"Imagine a woodland creature inviting you to her home in a hollow log. She's throwing a party. Her guests are chewing on walnuts and wearing fancy dark clothing. Your host puts on a record and opens the windows. Some tiny, slow-moving lightning bugs fly in and guests begin dancing."
A blend designed for cool midwestern temperatures. Bake a pie, wear a sweater, rake some leaves, drink some coffee, spill some coffee on your sweater, do some laundry.
Colombia Buesaco (50%) , Brazil Fazenda (50%)
"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.
Region : Mbeya
Process : Washed
Variety : Kent
Elevation: 1,700 masl
Notes : Black Tea, Caramel, Citrus
This coffee was harvested and produced by smallholders of the Iyula Agricultural Marketing Cooperative and Society (AMCOS). The first coffee seeds were brought to the Iyula villages and cultivated in 1938. Over the past decade, AMCOS invested in a pulper, and built more washing stations, leading to increasing quality. They partner with a trading company called Ibelo, who helps to build and fund schools in local communities.
Sourced from our friends at Nordic ApproachView full product details
“Norris smiles softly."
Region : Kercha, Guji
Process : Natural
Variety : Ethiopian Hierloom
Elevation: 1,800-1,950 masl
Notes : Blackberry, Cranberry, Chocolate
Imported from our friends at Atlantic
Sakicha is a community in Kercha, Ethiopia which has been known for its vibrant natural processed coffees. This coffee was passionately produced and exported by Oboleyan Coffee, which was formed by brothers of the Edema Family. The third generation family of 29 brothers collaborates with over 600 farmers to provide training for excellent growing and harvesting practices at more than 20 privately-owned processing sites in Guji. We love the clean, and bright character of this coffee and find it to sparkle with berry-like flavors!View full product details