"Kind squirrel sips from her favorite mug, on her favorite mushroom, in her favorite socks."
Honey processing a coffee is done by removing the outer skin, or pulp, of a coffee cherry but leaving some of the mucilage (sometimes referred to as honey) intact during the drying stage. Colors are used to identify how much of the mucilage is left, black referring to the largest amount. There is a bit more fermentation that occurs in this process, thus imparting the coffee with some exciting flavors.
This Costa Rican tastes like a raspberry shortcake in a cup, wonderful chocolate notes complimented with a raspberry-like acidity. Squirrels have been known to store some for the winter.
"This swaddled hound enjoys the warmth of Grandpa Lyle's mustard afghan." This is one of the first coffees we bought as Stovetop was getting started, and it just keeps getting...View full product details
"King Louis likes to sleep in real late and eat lots of meatballs. In that order." This coffee is a Stovetop staple in all of our blends, but we believe...View full product details
"Her mysterious allure is breathtaking." This wonderful coffee comes from the village of San Rafael in Inza, Cauca. Red Fox Coffee Merchants is an importer dedicated to sourcing rare and unique...View full product details