EVERGOOD Dark Roast features a deep, strong aroma that harmonizes neatly with mild acidity and an elegant, fulsome finish. A taste experience created to be enjoyed.
EVERGOOD Dark Roast has been roasted a little more deeply than EVERGOOD Classic, and this translates into a stronger aroma and taste, with a continental touch.
Great taste and great quality are non-negotiable requirements when it comes to EVERGOOD. In EVERGOOD Dark Roast, we use high-altitude Arabica beans grown at an elevation of 1,200–2,000 meters, where the climate and soil conditions are at their finest. Coffee cultivated at this altitude ripens slowly, developing a strong, complex flavor spectrum that lays the perfect foundations for delicious taste and aroma. To produce a darker, stronger and more continental character in the taste, the roasting time for these beans is slightly longer than for those used in EVERGOOD Classic. This is what gives EVERGOOD Dark Roast such a distinctive flavor.
The secret behind EVERGOOD is to be found in the harmony and interaction between the pleasantly well-rounded body and the slight acidity. This creates a silky smooth taste experience with a long, elegant finish.
The verdant mountain landscape high above the sea provides the perfect climate for the beans on coffee plants to ripen slowly.
It allows the beans all the time they need to develop the full-bodied, rich and aromatic taste that distinguishes EVERGOOD Classic – a discerningly selected mix of Arabica beans where we draw a sweetish acidity from Kenyan beans, while beans from Colombia add a silky smooth balance, body and a long, elegant finish.
It is important to emphasize that we want EVERGOOD to be a taste that is easily recognizable from one time to the next. So when we select the coffee beans for EVERGOOD, we focus strongly on where and how they are grown. Climatic conditions and the nature of the soil define the quality and taste. Plantations located at altitudes of 1,200–2,000 meters above sea level are in particular demand as coffee cultivated at this altitude ripens more slowly than coffee from the lowlands, and has plenty of time to develop a rich spectrum of flavors.
In the EVERGOOD blend, fine, high-altitude coffee beans from countries including Colombia and Kenya are particularly well represented, with both leaving their distinctive mark on the taste. These tasty coffee beans, perfectly mixed and masterfully roasted, are the secret behind EVERGOOD’s taste and popularity.
Overall length: 31.5 cm/12,4 in
Blade length: 19 cm/7,5 in
Blade Steel: 1.4116N
Handle: Curly birch
Hardness: 58 HRC
Made in Norway
Tradition and quality since 1896
Brusletto & Co’s history goes right back to 1896 when Rognald Brusletto started as a knifesmith and a scythe maker at Geilo. Forging tools and knives was nothing new in Hallingdal. The history of mining for ore at Hardangervidda and manufacturing of sickles, scythes, axes, knives, and swords around Geilo had already started 1500 years prior to when Rognald Brusletto started the company. Geilo had been a center for the forging of tools and knives for a long time already. It was thus a very long tradition that the craftsman and industrial pioneer Rognald Brusletto entered, when he further developed the use of a mechanical hammer based on water power, and at the same time he opened up the way to technical development and industrial production that would put its stamp on the industry and the local community at Geilo for many generations.
Today Brusletto & Co AS manufacture high-quality sportsknives. Their knives are an important tool whether you are hiking, fishing, hunting, biking or skiing, and the knives are designed and made to be used. The shape of the handle and the blade differs depending on the need you, the user, want to meet and not least what fits your hand best. They use different types of handle materials and different types of steel for the blades in their knives. The steels used are high-value steels which are stamped, heat treated and hardened to optimal hardness. A Brusletto knife will retain its sharpness for a long time and at the same time being relatively easy to resharpen when necessary.
All the knives are manufactured by hand and Brusletto & Co’s knifesmiths sort and select the material used for the knives and handcraft the knife. There are between 48-55 different hand-operations to make one Brusletto knife. This ensures that no knives are identical, but all knives are made to last and Brusletto & Co grant a lifelong warranty against manufacturing faults for all Brusletto knives. (This warranty does not cover normal wear and tear, reshaping, misuse, disassembly or lack of normal maintenance.)
The best selling and best-known knife is the Brusletto Hunter and more than 1.3 million knives of this model have been manufactured and sold since this knife hit the market in 1961. Brusletto & Co are proud of their knives and their basic idea is that a knife is a companion on a trip, a tool that will help you carry out tasks both small and big.
Hunter Premium Chef
We thrive in the kitchen while preparing delicious food, or watching others doing it. That’s why Brusletto & Co knows that sharp and versatile kitchen knives are important. They make knives because they mean a lot to us and Brusletto & Co have constantly challenged knife design, developed and made knives in Geilo since 1896. Hunter Premium Chef is an exclusive line of kitchen knives where they have used the handle of Norway’s most successful and iconic knife design, the Brusletto Hunter, and designed a brand-new kitchen blade. The knife has a taper-ground blade that is silksoft polished, hand-edged and honed. The result is a beautiful kitchen knife with a firm grip and a razor-sharp edge. Hunter Premium Chef is perfect for anyone who appreciates razor-sharp and state-of-the-art kitchen knives with a lasting and beautiful design.