"King Louis likes to sleep in real late and eat lots of meatballs. In that order."
Region : Mantiqueira de Minas
Process : Pulped Natural
Variety : Yellow Bourbon, Acaia
Elevation: 1100-1525 masl
Notes : Almond, Citrus, Caramel
Sourced from our friends at Atlantic Specialty
This fun and beautifully processed coffee comes from Fazenda Moinho - a farm owned and ran by Robson Velila Martins who is known for producing excellent coffee in Brazil. Robson offers some of the greatest working conditions in the area, by employing a small and specialized team, who give a lot of care to detail. He also owns Alta Vista Farm, which many recognize for its award winning coffee. We look forward to share this mellow yet fruit-filled coffee with you!
"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 % )View full product details
"Smalls always remembers a smile."
Region : Lintong
Process : Wet-Hulled
Variety : Sigararutang + Various
Elevation : 1,300-1,600 masl
Notes : Apple Cider, Caramel, Baking Spices
Imported from our friends at Mercon Specialty
Grown on a high plateau near Lake Toba, this Indonesian coffee is rich with deep sugars, earth tones, and hints of mulled apple cider that will warm you up with every sip.
"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.