We thought the best way to tell our fans and subscribers Happy New Year was to blow your minds with fantastic coffee. That has been our aim by making January's coffee the El Salvador Finca Santa Rosa Lot 17 from Onyx Coffee Lab in Springdale, Arkansas.
For December's coffee, we are excited to be working with Case Coffee Roasters from Ashland, Oregon. The coffee we are highlighting is their Ethiopian Reko Kochere. This fully washed Ethiopian coffee is sweetly complex, with lots of peach acidity and floral flavor characteristics.
November's coffee is the Kenya AB Oreti Estate from Hardy Coffee Co. This coffee is dynamic, consisting of flavors of grapefruit, rhubarb, hibiscus and almond. It also has a pleasant piquant and crisp acidity.
This months coffee is from Steadfast Coffee out of Nashville, Tennessee and is Tanzania AB Tarime. This coffee is delicate, clean and delicious. The cupping notes from Steadfast are blue raspberry, creme fraiche and dried apricot. We particularly love how the...
'Tis the season for mind blowing piquant Kenyan coffees! This months coffee is a Kenya Kirinyaga Mukangu from Sunergos Coffee in Louisville, Ky. We have highlighted...
We are excited to introduce Sweet Bloom and offer this Costa Rican coffee that is a gantastic example of what this origin can bring to the table. It is versatile for a variety of brew methods and has a super enjoyable malic acidity. So, Let's get down to the nitty, gritty:
June's coffee is Brazil bean from Pearland Coffee (the feature roaster from our first month). It's a great bean with an even better story.
Our first Rwandan coffee and we couldn't asked for any better! Just north of Seattle, Velton's coffee knocked it out of the park! This award winning small quality-oriented wholesale coffee roastery took a high-quality bean and treated it properly. The fig and brown sugar are prominent, but not to be out done by the subtle floral and fruity notes.
As someone who tinkers with electronics for a living, I had a bias towards liking this month's roaster... but then I learned more about them. Their site says they were "born from a simple idea: amazing coffee should be available and accessible, not pretentious and intimidating".
Are you wearing socks? If so, get ready to have them blown off! This month's coffee is a Papua New Guinea roasted by one of Louisville's finest roasters, Argo Sons Coffee.