We are excited to introduce this wonderful daily drinker, coming from the most renowned growing region of India. We enjoy the consistent simplicity this coffee has to offer. There are notes of cocoa with a brightness like red grapes. The finish reminds us of tea and pleasantly lingers. It is friendly and steadfast.
Coffee grown in Kenya is known for being big and bold, and the Kenya Othaya Farmers AA is no different. This is a deep coffee, with powerful transitions; it starts out in front with berries and citrus, moves to a delicious bright middle, and wraps up with a buttery-cocoa finish.
Surprising us like a snow storm in spring, the Honduras Belén changes every day. Sometimes creamy, sometimes fruity, sometimes chocolatey, but always a smooth body and maple sweetness. It is a collection of crops gathered from smallholder farmers who live outside the town of Belén in the mountains of western Honduras.
One way coffee is traditionally processed in Brazil is to let the coffee cherry dry completely in the sun before milling the fruit off of the green coffee bean. In doing so, the coffee beans inside take on the fruit flavor of the cherry. The subtle dark fruit notes in this cup come from this process. Drinking it in the afternoon with shortbread has never failed us. Enjoy!
From the Bambito Estate located in the lush mountain highlands of Panama, this delicate and simple cup of coffee has quickly become one of our favorites. With a subtle bright fruit character and a creamy body wrapped around a caramel center, it reminds us of the sweet spot in the middle of winter, when the clear, warm sunshine balances out the crisp, cold air.
We were looking forward to trying coffee from Papua New Guinea and found these beans from the Kainantu Bauka Farm. They are a day-brightener; share a cup over conversation with someone. This fruit-forward coffee has heavy sweetness and a mellow pecan finish.
The Burundi Mutambu Station comes to us from many farmers on the hillsides of a tiny country in central Africa whose largest export is coffee. Brewing these beans in a french press makes for a rich, balanced cup. Taste its light blackberry notes and the distinct, creamy finish. We hope this Burundi can bring you clarity in the fog.
The Tanzania Tarime Town AA is a strong start - to a morning, to a road trip, to any other adventure you are beginning. It is fitting that these beans were grown in the country where Mount Kilimanjaro, the world's tallest freestanding mountain, is located. It's big, it's bold, with fruit tones and caramel sweetness, and stretches out for a lasting finish.
Fresh, vibrant, and full of life is the Aricha; a dry-process coffee coming from the Aricha station mill in the famous Yirga Cheffe region of Ethiopia. Open-bodied, complex and yet comfortable, its flavors ease into one another. The finish is sweet to this weighty berry and citrus cup. Enjoy these beans from the country of coffee’s birth.
Every time I have had this coffee it has been a good companion to a moment of silence. This bean caught our eye because of its unique flavors - a strong backbone of brown-sugar sweetness couples with citrus and vanilla. Up until we roasted this bag of coffee, the Bonilla family was responsible for every step in growing and producing it.
We get the best coffees we can, and roast to achieve a balance between the inherent qualities of each bean we buy.