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  • Rwanda Tumba

    clementine, cinnamon, pear
    Rulindo | Bourbon | 1825 masl | Washed

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    This coffee comes to us from Tumba town, located in the Rulindo district with Northern Provence. Coffee grown in the area is processed at a central mill run by a local teacher named Venustre Mugraneza. Venustre is esteemed in the local community and has been systematically improving all aspects of processing and the quality shines through. This lot is made up of their best cherry selection, receiving special attention from the pickers before being dried on raised beds. The cup showcases a variety of baking spice notes such as clove, cinnamon, and vanilla balanced with fresh citrus and pear.  

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  • Colombia Rio Paéz

    red grape, cacao nib, apple cider
    Inzá, Cauca | Caturra & Colombia | 1500-2000 masl | Washed

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    Inzá is a province located in southwestern Colombia within the greater Department of Cauca. As you make the drive from La Plata to Inzá, you follow the Rio Paez, and an eventual crossing over a suspension bridge lands you on the road to the the villages whose coffees make up this blend. Like much of Colombia, Cauca is home to some very high altitude farms, many breaching the 2000 meter mark. This particular lot is a blend of coffees from seven of the neighboring veredas within the region, with altitudes ranging from 1500 – 2000+ meters. Rio Paéz brews a sweet, full-bodied cup with notes of apple, red grape, cacao nib, and honey.

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  • Peru Saul Taica

    lingonberry, toffee, persimmon
    Huabal, Jaén | Caturra | 1900-2000 masl | Washed

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    Saul Menor Taica owns four hectares of land in the San Francisco area of the Huabal district. The altitude of his farm ranges from 1900 to 2000 masl and Saul grows caturra, catimor, and castillo. Saul has converted two hectares of his farm to pasture land and has started raising cattle along with growing a number of different cash crops. Over the past two years he has made a number of improvements to his processes, including better cherry selection. This lot is 100% caturra from the highest parts of his farm and is one of the finest coffees in the area. The cup is very sweet with notes of lingonberry, persimmon, toffee, and honey.

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  • Honduras El Tanque

    peach, muscovado sugar, grapefruit
    Danny Moreno | El Cedral, Santa Barbara | Pacas | 1670 masl | Washed

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    We are huge fans of coffees from the Santa Barbara region of Honduras, and value our long standing relationship with the celebrated San Vicente mill. Moreno family members have become somewhat of a farming dynasty in Santa Barbara, inspiring many of their neighbors to pursue specialty coffee. The Morenos are in a special category of coffee producers, consistently cultivating and producing exceptional quality coffees. This requires a mixture of ambition, long term planning, understanding what their market is looking for, and constant reevaluation of agronomic, harvesting and processing techniques. El Tanque is Danny Moreno’s highest altitude tablon, producing this consistently delicious lot. In the cup we taste notes of peach, lime, melon, muscovado sugar, and grapefruit.

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  • Tilly Artist Series Box Set

    $40.00

    Enjoy two outstanding coffees and our mesmerizing new Artist Series bags in this Box Set. Created with reactive fluids and captured with a macro lens, this work of art is inspired by the world around us. It’s a microcosm to macrocosm journey that reminds us of the collision of the natural world with our human-made world.

    This Artist Series Box Set features one 8oz bag of Peru Fidel Huancas and one 8oz bag of Ethiopia Asefa Dukamo, both of which carry a beautiful array of flavors.

    2021’s Artist Series features work from Tilly Mint. Artist Series photo by Charity Likes.

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  • Peru Fidel Huancas – 8oz.

    black currant, rose, praline
    Cajamarca | Caturra | 1840 masl | Washed

    $20.00

    Fidel Huancas’ farm is named La Esperanza, reflecting his hope to grow the most outstanding coffee in his region. He recently achieved this hope, placing fourth in the 2020 Peru Cup of Excellence. On his 1.5 acres in San Ignacio, Cajamarca, Fidel utilizes best practices outlined by his local cooperative. His tireless dedication to and passion for quality can be tasted in this excellent Artist Series offering. We taste  a complex range of flavors including cranberry, lychee, black currant, rose, and praline. 

    2021’s Artist Series features work from Tilly Mint. Artist Series photo by Charity Likes.

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  • Peru Eli Espinoza

    orange blossom, brown sugar, plum
    Cajamarca | Bourbon, Caturra, Typica | 1845 masl | Washed

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    Eli Espinoza is the owner of a four hectare farm named La Palma in the region of Cajamarca. The farm is cultivated with Bourbon, Caturra, and Typica. Eli arrived in the region as a teenager, looking to work on a farm as a picker. Eventually, Eli was able to invest in a house and his own farmland. After investing in a large solar dryer, Eli now has the ability to produce natural and washed coffees. He took eighth place in the 2020 Peru Cup of Excellence, a reflection of his attention to quality coffee production, and we are so excited to offer his coffee this year. On the cupping table we’ve tasted notes of lime, baking spice, orange blossom, strawberry, plum, and brown sugar.  

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  • Ethiopia Asefa Dukamo – 8oz.

    apricot, raw sugar, mango
    Sidama | Heirloom | 1900-2100 masl | Honey

    $20.00

    Asefa Dukamo co-owns Daye Bensa coffee along with his brother Mulugeta Dukamo. Their operation consists of a variety of different washing stations, farms, mills, and an exporting company. This lot comes from his Qonqana washing station in the Bensa district of Sidama. The coffee is mechanically pulped and then carefully sun dried on raised beds for ten to twelve days. In the cup we taste an array of flavors such as mango, apricot, tangerine, raw sugar, and banana.

    2021’s Artist Series features work from Tilly Mint. Artist Series photo by Charity Likes.

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  • WCR Benefit Series – Honduras Olvin Fernandez

    clementine, melon, raisin
    Las Flores, Santa Barbara | Parainema | 1540 masl | Washed

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    Research is essential for improving the ‘goodness’ of coffee: how good it tastes, how good it is for the planet, and how good it is for people who grow it. Significant to improving this ‘goodness’ is sustaining the supply of high quality coffees. World Coffee Research works to grow, protect, and enhance the supply of high quality coffees while improving the livelihoods of the families who produce it. 

    This benefit series is our way of celebrating and supporting the work of WCR. With each release, we will highlight an aspect of their research — such as coffee genetics and breeding, coffee diseases and pests, and farm profitability, to name a few. 

    $10 from every purchase goes to supporting the global, collaborative work of World Coffee Research to ensure the future of coffee. We are in the processing of selecting a coffee for the next release. 

    Learn more about World Coffee Research at worldcoffeeresearch.org.

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  • Mosaic

    tangerine, honey, chardonnay
    Honduras El Filo | El Cedral, Santa Barbara | Pacas | 1550 masl | Washed

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    Mosaic is crafted to highlight the unique flavor characteristics of one or more coffees. Our roasters explore a variety of roast profiles and recipes to achieve a distinctive result. Mosaic should appeal to those with a more eclectic palate.

    This coffee was grown by Danny Moreno on a piece of land named El Filo. Danny and his five brothers inherited this land from their father Daniel, who divided it into lots for each son. Together, the family built a wet mill, raised beds, and solar dryers to process and prepare their specialty lots. Working together and sharing their facilities with their neighbors, the family has helped elevate the El Cedral community to produce and prepare better quality coffees.

    This version of Mosaic blends two different roast profiles of this 100% Pacas lot from El Filo. One profile to develop complex sugars and raw honey sweetness, and the other to accentuate the juicy chardonnay and tangerine notes.

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  • Big Joy Espresso

    cherry, cacao nib, red apple
    Espresso Developed for Milk | Peru Elvis Tineo & David Garcia

    $17.00

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    Big Joy is a slightly more developed roast than Skyline, and pairs exceptionally well with milk. We use Big Joy for all of our milk-based drinks at our cafe and it brews a dynamic, layered solo shot as well. But don’t count it out as a filter option! It will be delicious and sweet brewed with your favorite brewer. Our current Big Joy is a blend of lots from two different producers located in the Cajamarca region of northern Peru. Together these coffees produce a densely sweet brew showcasing complex sugar flavors and crisp fruit character.

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  • Moonrise

    cranberry, panela, lychee
    Ethiopia Dambi Uddo & Honduras Santa Barbara | 1670-2160 masl | Natural & Washed

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    Moonrise consists of Ethiopia Dambi Uddo natural and Honduras Santa Barbara. Dambi Uddo is easily the cleanest and most balanced naturally processed coffee we have cupped this season. Naturally processed coffees keep the whole cherry intact during drying, which imparts more intense fruit character and body to the cup. Santa Barbara is known for its competition-worthy coffees, and this community lot is no exception. Together these coffees produce a syrupy brew with a bright, complex acidity. We particularly love this coffee for espresso.

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  • Skyline Espresso

    red grape, panela, honeydew
    Colombia Inzá & Ethiopia Halo Beriti | Cauca & Yirgacheffe | 1500-2300 masl | Washed

    $17.00

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    For Skyline, we select and roast coffees that produce articulate sweetness, complexity, and body. Our roast profile is optimized for espresso extraction. Our current offering is a blend of two outstanding coffees. Colombia Inzá lends panela sweetness and body balanced with juicy fruit notes. Ethiopia Halo Beriti contributes lively flavors such as lemon verbena, jasmine, and lychee. Together these coffees produce a brew with crisp fruit character and resonant sweetness.

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  • Goodnight Moon Decaf

    black cherry, baker's chocolate, red apple
    Colombia Aponte Village | Nariño | Caturra & Colombia | Honey | EA Sugar Cane Process

    $17.00

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    Goodnight stars, goodnight air, goodnight noises everywhere.

    Goodnight Moon consists of carefully selected small batch decaffeinated coffees. The roast profile is well suited for all brewing methods. This selection comes to us from coffee producing families in Aponte Village located in the region of Nariño. The people of Aponte are Inga, a pre-Colombian ethnic group related to the Incas who have inhabited this part of Colombia for more than 500 years. We find the cup to be sweet and full-bodied with notes of black cherry, baker’s chocolate, plum, and red apple.

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  • WSU BREAD LAB BENEFIT SERIES

    orange blossom, brown sugar, plum
    Cajamarca | Bourbon, Caturra, Typica | 1845 masl | Washed

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    We’re teaming up with some of our favorite people to bring you the Benefit Series. 50% of the sales of these bags go to our friends at WSU’s Bread Lab. To learn more about WSU’s Bread Lab program visit their website – http://thebreadlab.wsu.edu.

    Eli Espinoza is the owner of a four hectare farm named La Palma in the region of Cajamarca. The farm is cultivated with Bourbon, Caturra, and Typica. Eli arrived in the region as a teenager, looking to work on a farm as a picker. Eventually, Eli was able to invest in a house and his own farmland. After investing in a large solar dryer, Eli now has the ability to produce natural and washed coffees. He took eighth place in the 2020 Peru Cup of Excellence, a reflection of his attention to quality coffee production, and we are so excited to offer his coffee this year. On the cupping table we’ve tasted notes of lime, baking spice, orange blossom, strawberry, plum, and brown sugar.

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  • Camber Sample Box Set

    $40.00

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    Each month we feature four 150 gram offerings in our custom boxes.

    The current box set includes:

    Ethiopia Asefa
    Honduras El Tanque
    Peru Eli Espinoza
    Peru Saul Taica

    Please note: Not all of the offerings in the box set change each month.

  • Camber Coffee Club

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    Sign up for our coffee club and sleep easy, knowing that our coffees will magically arrive on your doorstep for months to come. Or better yet, gift the Camber Coffee Club for an instant upgrade from BF to BFF.

    Two (2) x 12oz bags are included in each shipment and you can get a delivery either once or twice a month. You save 10% when you sign up for 6 months, and 15% when you sign up for 12 months. Free shipping is automatically included in every option.

    We ship coffee club orders on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month.

    Giving our Coffee Club as a gift? We’re happy to mail you a Camber card for you to give to the lucky recipient. Just let us know it is a gift order on the checkout page, and enter the address where you’d like the card mailed in the shipping information.

    You can sign up for any of the following options: rotating single origin, Skyline Espresso, Big Joy Espresso, Moonrise Blend or Goodnight Moon Decaf. Please note that certain times of year, it’s possible that you’ll receive repeat single origin coffees. Artist Series releases are excluded from the Coffee Club. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to drop us a line at [email protected].

  • Rotating Single Origin Subscription

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    Let our team choose a fresh new single origin coffee for you to receive every shipment. If you’d like to receive shipments more frequently, you can choose the 7, 14, or 30 day shipment options. Please note that your coffee selection will only change once a month. If you have any questions whatsoever, please email [email protected].

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