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Guatemala

San Vincente Pacaya

 
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11.00

This coffee fills our Chocolate/Nutty slot.

The Community and Region "Located in the western side of Honduras, just outside the buffer zone of the Celaque National Park is cultivated some of the finest Honduran coffees. For producers in this region coffee means more than just a way to make a living, it means tradition, and pride."

The Producer and Family "The Romero’s brothers (Walter and Sergio) are a third generation coffee producer family, after their father transmitted to them the techniques and passion necessary to produce the finest quality coffee. They work together with their wife and children."

The Farm "The Farm is named after the Liquidambar shade trees characteristic of the region. At an altitude of 1600 m.a.s.l. with a total planted area of 50 hectares (this is just one plot of the farm). The coffee is handpicked and wet milled daily, then to be dry using solar dryers, and Patios."

GEOGRAPHY:
Region Copán
Altitude 1450
PRODUCER: The Romero Family
VARIETY: Parainema & ICATÚ
PROCESSING: Hand picked, fermented, fully washed, sun dried

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Colombia

Laderas del Tapias

Natural

 
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15.58

Sweet, tasty cup.

Region: Guji

Altitude: 1900 - 2100 meters ASL

Producer: Various small holders

Varieties: Ethiopian Heirlooms

Processing: Washed

Harvest: Oct. 2017 - Feb. 2018

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Kenya

Gathiruini AA

 
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Rwanda

Buliza

 
16.60

Tart with satisfying nutty finish

Region: Rulindo Northern Province

Altitude:1950-2400

Producer: Kunda Kawa Kabuye, Rusiga Cooperative, Murwintare (Womens Association in Coffee)

Varieties: Bourbon

Processing: Washed

Harvest: Apr - June ‘18

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Creme Brulee

Blend of Guatemala, Honduras and Uganda

 
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Flavorful but not flavored, this blend evokes creme brulee by virtue of the buttery quality of the Uganda.

13.00
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DECAF Colombia

The sugarcane decaffeination process really preserves the sense of place and flavors of this wonderful Colombian coffee

 
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15.50

Decaf that is worth drinking! This cup has wonderful dried fruit flavors.

Region Cauca

Farm: Various smallholders

Variety: Castillo, Caturra, Colombia

Altitude 1200–2000 masl

Proc. Method: Washed, Ethyl Acetate decaffeinated

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Sam’s Dark Side

Blend of Guatemala, Honduras roasted dark and smokey

 
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12.00
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