"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 % )
"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.
"Lazy Bird got tired of having to flap its wings so fast."
Region : Santa Barbara
Process : Honey
Variety : Pacas
Elevation :1,550-1,600 masl
Notes : Candy, Black Cherry, Pear, Complex
Imported from our friends at Collaborative Coffee Source
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Farmer Pedro Sagastume grew this coffee on a hillside in Santa Barbara, which has become the largest supplier of Cup of Excellence winners in Honduras. Pedro and his neighboring farmers help each other practice the most innovative and refined techniques, and their diligence is discernible in this cup’s clean, clear, and fruity profile.
“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