"Lil bun found an umbrella in an alley behind a tiki bar."
The Santa Palencia Farm works with the LIFT sustainability program to increase quality and farming practices in a biodiverse region resulting in a relaxed and easy to enjoy cup of coffee.
“Norris smiles softly."
Region : Oromia
Process : Natural
Variety : Ethiopian Hierloom
Elevation: 1,800-1,970 masl
Notes : Grape, Berries, Cocoa
We are really excited to bring you this tasty treat! This mix of coffee from many small farmers throughout the Nensebo Woreda district is meticulously sun-dried for rich fruity flavors like berries, grape jam, and cocoa.
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"King Louis likes to sleep in real late and eat lots of meatballs. In that order."
Region : Mogiana
Process : Pulped Natural
Variety : Various
Elevation: 1200-2100 masl
Notes : Honey, Chocolate, Rich
This coffee takes us to the Mogiana region of Brazil in search of something deliciously sweet and rich in character. Mogiana has a sorted and unique history but one thing remains the same, for over 200 years the small farmers in this area have been producing consistently high-quality coffee and we are excited to share the fruits of their labor with you.
$ 18.00 $ 57.60
“Party like a lizard / smooth, strong, fragile & knowing / dance into the night.”
Variety: SL 28, SL 34, Batian, Ruiru
Elevation: 1810 masl
Notes: Strawberry, Citrus, Complex
This delightful coffee comes to us from the volcanic slopes of Mt Kenya. Kenya is known for brite, crisp flavors in their coffees and this one is no exception. The Kiandu factory has been processing coffee from farmers in the region for over 50 years and we are excited to share their coffee with you!