Coffees are roasted Monday and shipped Tuesday.
Process: Organic RFA Washed
Tasting Notes: Lemon, Lime, Cherry
This is a Grade 2 Limmu coffee from Ethiopia and it is both organic and RFA certified. It was grown at the Tega and Tula (Tega Tula for short) Farm in the Kaffa regions at altitudes between 1700-2000 masl. Tega Tula is one of the youngest and most modern coffee producers, processors, and exporter in the heart of Kaffa. The two main coffee plantations are situated in the southwestern part of the country in the center of the natural forested area of Kaffa Zone Gembo Woreda. The total area of the plantation is over 500 hectares and works in collaboration with an additional 300 hectares of smallholder farms. This particular coffee was grown in the Kaffa Forest where it was handpicked and then transported to Tega Tula's central processing mill.
Origin: El Salvador
Variety: Pacas, Bourbon
Tasting Notes: Honey, Almond, Orange
Looking out from the Los Cipreses farm, the cone of the Chingo Volcano rises up out of the flourishing landscape. Pacas, Yellow and red bourbon coffee trees grow in the rich clay soil, providing a home for creatures like rabbits and hummingbirds. The Contreras family has been growing here for 5 generations, collecting almost 100 years of family coffee experience. Rene Contreras and his family are deeply invested in their community – his wife is a doctor who provides health care locally, and the family operates an animal sanctuary on the farm, taking in stray and neglected animals. The 30-hectare farm is only 93km from the capital city of San Salvador, outside the smaller city of Santa Ana. The mill employs 30 men year-round, then up to 150 men and women during the peak harvest season. This coffee has limited availability every year, and with our direct, person-to-person approach, it will continue to exceed expectations.
Variety: Caturra, Catuai
Process: Organic Washed
Tasting Notes: Watermelon, Hard Candy, Grape
This is an SHB EP grade coffee from Ihuamaca which is a subregion of San Ignacio in Cajamarca Peru. This coffee comes from Finca La Gaviota and prodcuer Dionisio Pintado. Growing altitude for this lot is 1750 masl and varieties include Caturra and Catuai.
Tasting Notes: Blueberry, Strawberry, Chocolate, Almond
This SHB EP, naturally processed coffee from the Carmen Estate, Santa Clara and was grown at 1400 masl. Carmen Estate has been producing and exporting high quality Arabica coffee for over 50 years. Year after year and cup after cup our consistency in quality has driven our way to make the best coffee of Panama. Carmen Estate coffee is consistently placed in the top 5 in a number of specialty cupping contests.
Variety: Adung Sari, Tim Tim
Tasting Notes: Strawberry, Rhubarb, Chocolate, Bell Pepper
The Kerinci Valley is a doughnut hole valley surrounded by Seblat National Park. More than 300,000 people live in this fertile highland valley. Almost the entire population of the valley relies on agriculture for their family income. Our partners at Santiang Exports are working to provide conservation solutions. The producers they work with are trained in sustainable practices, provided quality seedlings, and commit to not grow their coffee within the National Park, verified by on-site visits.
You will receive 3 5oz bags of our finest offerings!