• Peru Elvis Davila

    Chontali | Bourbon & Caturra | 1950 masl | Washed
    lychee, toffee, grapefruit

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    The coffees we’ve been sourcing from Peru have become some of our favorite daily drinkers. A combination of complex sweetness and crisp fruit flavors make them extremely versatile. This offering from Elvis Davila is no exception with notes of toffee, lychee, tangerine, and grapefruit.     

    Elvis Davila is a second generation coffee producer from the El Basal village of the Chontali District. The coffee growing areas of Chontali are different from the nearby areas of Jaen and San Ignacio in that the climate is much cooler and drier, and there is a large amount of a Bourbon-related variety that isn’t found in other districts. This variety has light bronze buds that are fairly uncommon, the cherries cluster like Bourbon, and the seeds are very small and round. 

    Elvis owns two hectares of land planted with Caturra and this Bourbon-like variety. The farm sits at an altitude of 1950 masl. Elvis ferments his coffee for 36 to 48 hours, since the climate is quite cool, before drying on tarpaulin mats in the sun for 10 to 15 days.

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  • Honduras Benigno Mejía Garcia

    bing cherry, sugarcane, kiwi
    Las Flores, Santa Barbara | Parainema | 1500 masl | Washed

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    This offering comes to us from the Las Flores village of Santa Barbara, where Benigno Mejía Garcia has been farming coffee since 1973. This lot is 100% Parainema, a cultivar that is a member of the Sarchimore hybrid family that is mainly found in Honduras. Benigno has garnered some accolades for his Parainema crop, winning the Best of Honduras competition in 2018. After picking, parchment is dry fermented for fifteen hours before being washed four times. The coffee is then dried using a parabolic solar dryer. Along with sugarcane sweetness, the cup showcases layers of fresh fruit notes such as Bing cherry, raspberry, muskmelon, and kiwi. 

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  • Burundi Gahahe

    clove, peach, maple
    Kayanza | Bourbon | 1800 masl | Washed

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    A perennial favorite, this year’s Gahahe harvest offers notes of clove, peach, ginger, and maple. 

    Gahahe is a washing station located in Kayanza, Burundi’s northern province that borders neighboring Rwanda. It sits at just over 1800 meters above sea level, and is a collection site for roughly 600 local farmers who are also station members. Most farmers here are growing bourbon exclusively, and their coffees have placed in numerous Cup of Excellence competitions. 

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  • Colombia Kenny Adarme

    apple blossom, ganache, cranberry
    Aponte, Nariño | Caturra & Castillo | 2200 masl | Honey

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    When exceptional terroir meets skilled processing, beautiful things can happen. This honey-processed offering from Kenny Adarme is a delicious example of this equation. The resulting cup is sugary sweet with notes of black cherry, cranberry, apple blossom, and ganache.  

    Kenny is a grower in Aponte, Nariño and a member of the Inga indigenous community, who make up the “resguardo” or reservation, of which Aponte is a part. His one hectare farm, named La Chorrera, is located at a whopping 2200 meters above sea level. Unlike many other young people in Aponte, Kenny decided to stay in his hometown and build upon the farming tradition started by his grandparents.

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  • Ethiopia Buncho

    peach, jasmine, strawberry
    Sidama | Heirloom | 2200-2300 masl | Honey

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    A beautiful marriage of fresh berry notes and floral undertones grabbed our attention when Buncho first came across the cupping table. While hot, we noted flavors of strawberry, red grape, and cocoa. Upon cooling, the profile expanded into notes of plum, jasmine, peach, and apple.    

    This impressive coffee was grown and picked around the Shantawene Village in Sidama, before processing at Daye Bensa’s Buncho washing station. It is a honey-processed lot, meaning, in the simplest of terms, that the skin is removed from the cherry, while the fruit mucilage is left on during drying.

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  • Ethiopia Nigusse Nare

    black cherry, rose, lime
    Sidama | Heirloom | 1900-2100 masl | Natural

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    Natural processed coffees are those produced by allowing the entire coffee cherry to dry fully intact. In many cases, this produces coffee that, while saturated with fruit flavors, lacks balance or terroir. That is not the case here. Nigusse’s coffee is filled with flavors of sweet black cherry, lime, mango, blackberry, and rose.

    Nigusse farms ten hectares of land in the Huro Hibiro village of Bensa, Sidama. Here he grows various varieties from the Jimma Agricultural Research Center, selected for their disease resistance, high yield, and cup quality. His coffee is all processed and dried at his family home, and he has consistently produced exceptional natural processed coffees.

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  • Ethiopia Nigusse Nare Extended Fermentation

    honeydew, plum, rhubarb
    Sidama | Heirloom | 1900-2100 masl | Extended Fermentation

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    This is the first year that renowned Ethiopian producer Nigusse Nare has experimented with extended fermentation, a process that consisted of first pulping the cherries, then sealing them in barrels to ferment for 40-60 hours, washing, and, finally, drying on raised beds. This intricate technique resulted in a uniquely nuanced flavor profile with notes of honeydew, lime, plum, Rainier cherry, and rhubarb.

    Nigusse farms ten hectares of land in the Huro Hibiro village of Bensa, Sidama. Here he grows various varieties from the Jimma Agricultural Research Center, selected for their disease resistance, high yield, and cup quality. His coffee is all processed and dried at his family home, and he has consistently produced exceptional coffees.

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  • Ethiopia Wuri Grade Zero

    lavender, pineapple, lemongrass
    Gedeb | Heirloom | 2050-2100 masl | Washed

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    Wuri Grade Zero delivers a pristine cup with notes of lavender, nectarine, pineapple, cantaloupe, and lemongrass.

    This experimental microlot was fermented for 48 hours before washing with fresh water. Once dried, the coffee was treated to extra sorting steps at the dry mill, including several additional passes through an optical sorter, and a longer, slower hand-removal of imperfections. The goal being to produce a better-than-grade-1 result, hence the grade “0”.

    Communities around Gedeb reach some of the highest growing elevations for coffee in the world, and have a long history of arabica preservation and genetic diversity.  Worka Sakaro is a municipality located in northeast Gedeb close to the Guji border. This coffee comes from the Wuri washing station, whose name in the Gedeo language translates to “high altitude”. 

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  • Rwanda Horizon

    orange spice, molasses, ginger
    Huye | Bourbon | 1700 masl | Washed

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    Layers of sweetness and clarity of flavor are what we look for in our favorite Rwandan coffees. Horizon brings both to your cup, with caramelized notes of toffee and molasses, rounded out with refreshing notes of orange spice and ginger. 

    Horizon Supreme is a washing station located in the hills of southern Rwanda, where a combination of high altitude and good rains help to yield top quality coffees. Fidel Ndagijima, the owner of Horizon, purchased the washing station at the end of 2018 and has been making improvements based on his years of experience managing stations in western Rwanda. He named the wet mill Horizon to guide his vision of processing quality coffee, and is now focused on growing his production volume.

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  • Gift Subscription

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    Gift a Camber coffee subscription for an instant upgrade from BF to BFF. Each shipment includes your choice of one or two 12oz bags and goes out on the 2nd or 4th Thursday of every month depending on your enrollment date. We’re happy to include a Camber card for the lucky recipient; just let us know it is a gift order at checkout and enter your gift message.

    Please note that certain times of year, it’s possible that you’ll receive repeat single origin coffees. Artist Series releases are excluded. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to drop us a line at [email protected]. Gift subscriptions are available for US mailing addresses only.

  • 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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  • Big Joy Espresso

    pear, cacao nib, red grape
    Guatemala Chichupac & Guatemala Palo Blanco

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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 milk-based drinks in 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 Guatemala Chichupac from Cobán and Palo Blanco from Huehuetenango. Together these coffees produce a densely sweet brew showcasing complex sugar flavors and crisp fruit character.

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  • Goodnight Moon Decaf

    dark chocolate, red apple, honey
    El Salvador La Esperanza | Santa Ana | Bourbon | Natural | Swiss Water® Process

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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. 

    La Esperanza is perfectly suited to growing coffee: it spans altitudes from 1,000–1,750 MASL, is shielded from winds, and allows for tremendous biodiversity and shade plants like conifers, eucalyptus, and ingas, and the farm is proximal to a wild-growing cypress forest just above. This lot, consisting entirely of red Bourbon, is naturally processed and has flavors of dark chocolate, red apple, vanilla, and honey.

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  • Mosaic

    grenadine, cacao nib, blood orange
    Peru Fidel Huancas & Eli Espinoza | Cajamarca | Bourbon & Caturra | Washed & Natural

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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 version of Mosaic is a blend of a washed coffee from Fidel Huancas, Cup of Excellence-winning producer from the village of San Ignacio, and a natural lot from Eli Espinoza. Eli grows and processes coffee on his four hectare farm in the village of Chirinos, and has also taken top honors in COE for his naturally processed coffee. Having purchased from both farmers for several seasons, we are thrilled by the consistency and dynamism of their coffees.

    Fidel’s coffee is layered with cacao nib and baking spice notes that beautifully contrast the sweet grenadine and sparkling blood orange of Eli’s naturally processed lot. These coffees come together to produce a deeply fruited cup of coffee or shot of espresso.

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  • Moonrise

    nectarine, panela, passionfruit
    Ethiopia Guji & Colombia La Sierra | 1800-1950 masl | Natural & Washed

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    Moonrise is a blend of Ethiopia Guji natural, and Colombia La Sierra- a washed offering from the Cauca region of Colombia. Together these coffees produce a syrupy brew with pronounced fruit notes. We particularly love this blend for espresso. Naturally processed coffees keep the whole cherry intact during drying, which imparts more intense fruit character and body to the cup. Guji lends juicy notes of nectarine and passionfruit. La Sierra is a high-grown washed Caturra that adds complex sweetness and refreshing acidity.

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  • Skyline Espresso

    blackberry, cocoa, lime
    Colombia San Adolfo & Ethiopia Bombe | Huila & Sidama | 1600-2400 masl | Washed

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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 San Adolfo lends cocoa sweetness balanced with juicy blackberry notes. Ethiopia Bombe contributes lively flavors such as lime, lychee, and cranberry. Together these coffees produce a brew with crisp fruit character and resonant sweetness.

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  • Blends Sample Box

    $40.00

    Enjoy a taste of our Signature Blends with our Blend Sample Box. This box includes four 100g samples of our popular blends, including:

    Big Joy Espresso
    Skyline Espresso
    Mosaic
    Moonrise

    We also offer a Single Origin Sample Box as well.

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  • Single Origin Sample Box

    $40.00

    Enjoy our newest releases with our Single Origin Sample Box. This box includes four rotating 100 gram offerings; our current Sample Box includes:

    Burundi Gahahe
    Colombia Kenny Adarme
    Ethiopia Wuri Grade Zero
    Rwanda Horizon

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

    We also offer a Blends Sample Box as well.

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