"Surfer Sloth hangs loose after thrashing some serious steamrollers in the soup.
Region: Cauca Inzá
Process: Washed, Ethyl Acetate Decaf
Variety: Typica, Caturra, Castillo
Elevation: 1,700-2,000 masl
Tasting Notes: Molasses, Pear, Creamy
Imported from our friends at Red Fox
We're very proud to share a new decaffeinated coffee with you, this time brought in from the remote region of Inza, Colombia.
To achieve quality non-chemical decaffeination, this coffee was soaked in a bath of water along with naturally derived ethyl acetate (EA) and then steamed to ensure no traces of EA remain, resulting in a delicious cup that’s 99.7% to 99.9% caffeine free.
"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 Idido ( 50 % )View full product details
"Imagine a chilly spring picnic. Your sweetheart is wrapped to the chin in a quilt. You're eating brie on whole wheat, talking about current events. When the sun emerges, you pause. You close your eyes, quietly absorbing the warm and gorgeous Vitamin D. Your sweetheart hums joyfully. That's what this coffee tastes like."
You made it through the winter without complaining. With uplifting notes of apricot, honey, and melon, this spring blend praises your endurance and strength of character.
Rwanda Nyagatare ( 50% ) , Ethiopia Gute Sodu ( 50% )View full product details
"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 : Western Province
Process : Washed
Variety : Bourbon
Elevation : 1,500-1,800 masl
Notes : Brown Sugar, Prune, Cranberry
Imported from our friends at Artisan Coffee Imports
This coffee, rich with delicate sugars and a hint of citrus zest, comes from a plot farmed by female producers. They bring their harvest to the Nyagatare washing station, which prioritizes waste elimination, quality improvement, and increased pay at collection sites. At the Kopakama Cooperative, beans have been meticulously sorted by hand, then floated and evenly dried, contributing to a clean, reliable cup.