Sweet cocoa and toffee with tangy acidity and a smooth mouthfeel
Our newest offering from Colombia's Nariño Department. The region's dramatic landscape promotes humid, warm air in the lowlands in the daytime while nighttime sees that same warm air climb up mountains where coffee is growing. That temperature variation promotes the development of the coffee's wonderful combination of bright acidity and sweetness.
Cocoa, nut, bright finish
Mexican Radio is our rotating offering from Veracruz, Chiapas or Puebla regions. This latest is a Fair Trade offering from Finca Santa Martha in the mountains of La Fraylesca in Chiapas state. Smooth, sweet coffee delivering low-end cocoa and nut notes with a subtle, bright finish. A solid, everyday drinker.
Smooth body with pecan, citrus notes
Peru is relatively new to the specialty coffee game. We're excited to dig in to the region's offerings with this excellent variety from Peru's Cajamarca region. A smooth, sweet clean coffee showing off nut notes like pecan and finishes with bright, citrus notes.
Farm: Various smallholder farmers
Variety: Bourbon, Typica, Caturra