Whole Bean Coffee
Whole Bean Coffee
A deep, chocolatey blend of Indian Monsooned Malabar and Ethiopia Amaro Gayo (natural) that has almost no acidity whatsoever. This is our maltiest, smoothest, most decadent coffee blend.
Notes from the Underground:
A classic in more ways than one. This deep, dark—if slightly existential—espresso blend serves up a smooth, rich espresso with no acidic notes, typical in the Northern Italian style.
Guatemala Swiss Water:
Swiss water process is the only way to achieve decaffeinated coffee without harmful chemicals. The Swiss water method uses only 100% pure water to gently remove the caffeine, yet keep this delicious Guatemalan’s distinctive origin characteristics.
The Sun Also Rises:
A perfectly balanced "sunny" blend of both washed and natural Central American beans from small high-altitude coffee farms in Costa Rica, Honduras and Guatemala.
Here we roast the inimitable Sumatra Ketiara Organic three ways: dark, light and medium. Each roast brings out different characteristics – from fruit and herbs to dark chocolate and rich molasses. We then mix the three together in this deliciously seck-sie blend.
Heart of Darkness: For those who love a rich, dark roast we get to the heart of it with this deep, chocolate-y roast of Brazil Cerrado Oberon, while still keeping the clean, citric notes. There is always hope. It comes in whole bean.
Street Legal Espresso: A modern "west coast" espresso with brighter notes from the addition of African coffees to our classic espresso blend.
Organic Honduras COMSA: Cafe Organico Marcala, or COMSA, was created in 2000 by 62 farmers who wanted to reform the way coffee was grown. Many of the members belong to the indigenous Lenca tribe who brought their traditional sustainable organic farming practices along with them. In 2001, they were certified organic, in 2006 achieved fair trade status, and today they boast over 300 members—providing much-needed employment to many local farmers and workers, and using the premium they gain from their excellent product for
India Monsoon Malabar: Its name refers to both how it’s processed “monsooning,” and where it’s processed “malabar". It starts with a naturally-processed coffee bean, which is then meticulously weathered, or “monsooned,” to result in a chocolatey, woody, nutty coffee with almost no acidity. Monsooning beans began around the time of the british raj, when wooden vessels carried raw coffee to europe during the monsoon months (a 6-month journey), where the humidity of the hold and the sea winds caused the coffee to undergo
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