"Imagine you're drinking coffee in our shop on Fulton when the staff turns down the lights and a disco ball descends from the ceiling and people in Stovetop animal costumes flood the room. Everyone dances for a really long time and it's not weird at all."
A versatile bag of beans. Espresso sippers, drip folks, iced people, sugar-and-creamer dreamers, pour-over enthusiasts. The company blend is for everyone.
Colombia Buesaco ( 50 % ) , Ethiopia Worka Chelbessa ( 50 % )
"Imagine a long walk in a snowy place. Your pockets are filled with cinnamon-walnut granola. A white-tailed jackrabbit peeks out from the edge of the woods. 'Your fur looks warm and clean,' you say. You build a tidy pile of granola for her in the snow. It's a nice day. That's what this coffee tastes like."
Make soup, drive carefully, build a good-looking fire. With heartwarming notes of sweetness, richness, and comfort, this winter blend will keep you cheerful all season.
Ethiopia Sakicha (33%) Guatemala Finca Lucita Linda (33%) Colombia Buesaco (33%)
2lb bag of our current Rwanda offering!
"She’ll bake you a loaf of bread ‘cause she’s sweet. Then she’ll beat you in a thumb war ‘cause she’s sassy."
Region : West Karongi
Process : Fully Washed
Variety : Bourbon
Elevation: 1,600-1,800 masl
Notes : Honey, Prune, Pomegranate
Sourced from our friends at Artisan Coffee Imports
This beautiful coffee, sweetly layered with deep sugars, prunes and vibrancy, comes from a plot farmed by female producers. The Agaseke women have been leaders at the Kopakaki Cooperative and began separating their harvests to allow traceability and encourage growth. With high quality skills in processing, farming practices, and floating techniques, these women bring a delightful coffee to the table that we are excited to share.
2lb bag of our current washed Ethiopia coffee!
"This Swaddled Hound enjoys the warmth of Grandpa Lyle's mustard afghan."
Region : Gedeb
Process : Washed
Variety : Ethiopian Heirloom
Elevation: 1,900-2,200 masl
Notes : Pear, Orange, Rose
Sourced from our friends at Atlantic
Brought to us from the privately owned Worka Chelbessa washing station, in the region of Gebed, Yirgacheffe. This washed coffee is illuminating with bright energy as a result of the traditional “double washing” method that is used prior to drying. The station patterns with SNAP, which brings hundreds of smallholder farmers together to sort, process and export their coffee together.