Coffee Background: Guama Danta has a smooth body, with flavor notes of milk chocolate, green apple, and almond.
This coffee comes from small communities, villages, and even single, isolated farms.
Coffee Background: Sidamo enjoys soil and climatic conditions-including altitude, rainfall, and temperature - that make it perfect to produce Arabica Coffee. Specialty grade coffee from Sidamo is grown mainly in small villages. Sidamo is well known for its production of "garden coffee". The coffee is planted at low density, ranging from 1000 to 1800 trees per hectare and is mostly fertilized with organic matter.
Coffee Background: Our El Tiple line of Colombia coffee is named for the Tiple, an instrument, used in traditional Colombian music. The tiple serves both as an accompanying instrument and for soloing. El Tiple is our way of making crowd-pleasing Colombia coffees more accessible to roasters. Through El Tiple we will explore Colombia's distinctive micro-climates and flavor profiles. The El Tiple line of coffees are intended to be roastery workhorses: perfect as an accompanying coffee in blends or as a solo, single origin coffee. Huila El Tiple Excelso EP was sourced from small, family-owned farms throughout the Huila department.
A bright blend of coffee beans from three different regions with notes of chocolate, honey, almond, grape, cranberry and tangerine.
Coffee Background: Tanzania Peaberry Zanzibar is a premium blend from high-altitude estates in Southern Tanzania (often Lunji, Utengule and Kanji Lanji Estates) and Northern Tanzania (Mondul, Burka, Ngila and Lyamungu Estates). There is a large variety of rare trees and flowers growing on the farm as well as several rivers. Surrounded by the Ngila Forest reserve in the north and foothills of Mt. Kilimanjaro in the south, this coffee is very unique. The Peaberries are a mutated bean, having one small round shaped bean develop instead of two halves per cherry. The mutated beans are separated out in harvesting, making this a rare treat. Tanzania Peaberry displays a spice-like aroma whose taste is close to Kenya.
Coffee Background: In El Salvador, El Borbollon coffee mill honors its long family tradition. The mill is committed to developing sustainable practices to preserve the environment. The El Borbollon is their brand of coffees that have been hand-picked at their customers' farms, where they provide agronomic support and advisory. Coffees are hand-picked to select only the ripest cherries, then separated by farm and quality at the mill. They are then pulped and naturally fermented, washed, then dried in clay patios or raised beds. After they are dry, the beans are stored in wooden silos or bags where they rest until they are hulled. Once the beans are hulled, they are washed once more before they are bagged and shipped out.
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