The cup starts off with low acidity and smooth, syrupy body. The cup has
superior complexity with notes of dark chocolate, black licorice, maple
syrup and black pepper lead to an unforgettable aftertaste...
The fragrance is wild fruit, raspberry, apricot, peach and vanilla. The body is table cream heavy. The cup continues with fruit adding candied strawberry, watermelon, and cherry licorice. The finish lingers in complexity...
This blend of dry processed central American and African beans roasted to a light medium makes for a great alternative to our espresso blend. A medium bodied smooth shot with a chocolate dipped body gives way to hints of hazelnut and toffee with a tart raspberry jam like finish. The roast level make..
Café Femenino Coffee is a first-of-its-kind women-led specialty coffee brand. The coffee is grown exclusively on farms owned and operated by women. When you choose Café Femenino, you choose a brand that provides direct compensation, leadership opportunities and ownership rights to women coffee farme..
Here is something special from the southern half of Costa Rica where a group of 250 producers with just a few acres of land dedicated to organically cultivate coffee along with beans and corn have pulled their resources to form a cooperative called Cooperativa Agroindustrial y de Servicios Múltiples..
Established in 1999, the Oromia Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union has quickly become the largest Fair Trade coffee producer in Ethiopia. The OCFCU was formed when 23,691 members of 35 small cooperatives came together with the goal of exporting their coffee directly to the specialty market. All six of..
The Sidama Coffee Farmers’ Cooperative Union (SCFCU) was founded in 2001 to represent coffee producing cooperatives located throughout the Sidama Zone of Southern Ethiopia. As of 2013, the SCFCU has grown to represent 47 cooperatives and 80,000 farmers making the SCFCU the second largest coffee prod..
This Fair Trade Yirgacheffe comes from the Banko Dhadhato Cooperative named after village in which it is located. It was established in 2012 and currently has 177 members, all producing different coffees in the region. Banko Dhadato is a member of the YCFCU, or Yirgacheffe Coffee Farmers’ Cooperativ..
The name of this finca, Huixoc which means 'water spring' was chosen by the founder, Jose Olivio Chavez, in 1940. Located in Northwest Guatemala in the lush mountains of La Democracia at altitudes between 4200 and 5500 feet. The estate has many natural springs that provide water and power for coffee..
This organic bean is grown on the slopes of Mount Karua at altitudes above 5000 feet, in the Tana Toraja regency of south Sulawesi (formerly known as Celebes). Unusually, it is fully washed and the cup is super clean with big body and big favours of bakers chocolate, caramel, cedar, and black ..
The word Mandheling refers to a traditional ethnic group (also spelled Mandailing) in northern Sumatra, and the name has come to represent the better Arabica coffee from the island. We see a lot of Sumatran coffee labeled Gayo, which means mountain – a good sign.Our Sumatra Mandheling Grade 1 comes ..