• GUATEMALA EL BOSQUE

    plum, pear, dark chocolate
    Chimaltenango | Bourbon & Caturra | 1600-1850 masl | Washed

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    El Bosque is a farm operating in the Chimaltenango region of Guatemala, run by a gentleman named Luis Pedro Zelaya. Luis Pedro also operates the Bella Vista Mill where coffees from several of the farms he manages are milled. Here, lot separation allows for greater quality and transparency and the Bella Vista team tries to keep a strict adherence to all agricultural activities on all the farms they manage to ensure high production and quality. The cherries are hand-picked by people from places near the farm, bringing a good source of employment to the community. We find that El Bosque brews an extremely sweet cup with notes of citrus, plum, pear, and dark chocolate.

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  • Kenya Karimikui AA

    huckleberry, honey, lime
    Kirinyaga | SL-28, SL-34, Ruiru 11 | 1600-1800 masl | Washed

    $22.00

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    Mount Kenya, at the helm of Kenya’s Central Province, is the second tallest peak on the continent of Africa and a commanding natural presence. Kirinyaga county is one of the smallest and yet best known of these central counties, next to its neighbor, Nyeri. Year after year Kirinyaga coffees are beloved for their ripe fruit-forward profiles, many reminiscent of berry jam, citrus, and lemongrass. The Karimikui factory alone has 1400 contributing farmer members, and is one of only three factories that comprise its local Farmers Cooperative Society (FCS), Rungeto. Farmers belonging to Karimikui average slightly more than 500 kilograms of picked cherry each. Rungeto FCS oversees the operations of all three member cooperatives, Karimikui, Kii, and Kiangoi. This year, Karimikui was a standout lot with notes of huckleberry, honey, cranberry, lime, and pineapple.

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  • Ethiopia Reko

    peach, honeysuckle, lime
    Yirgacheffe | 1850-2100 masl | Heirloom | Washed

    $20.00

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    Reko washing station is named after Reko mountain, a tall skinny mountain that towers above the hills of Kochere. Reko, translates to “challenge”. It refers to the challenge of climbing Reko mountain as well as the goal of producing some of the best coffee in the region. During harvest, about 850 farmers bring their red cherries to the washing station. Incoming coffee is washed with water from the local river, then is pulped with an Agard pulping machine. The mucilage is removed by traditional fermentation, which lasts 36-48 hours depending on weather conditions. The coffee is then dried on raised African beds for 10-12 days. The brew is delicate with layers of fruit flavors. We taste notes of peach, bing cherry, lime, honeysuckle, and jasmine.

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  • Colombia Palomos Del Sur

    white peach, persimmon, mixed berries
    Leonardo Henao & Robinson Pillimué | Inzá, Cauca | Caturra & Colombia | 1880-2000 masl | Washed

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    Palomos Del Sur is owned by our friend Leonardo Henao, who is uniquely positioned in that he’s a farm owner, coffee producer, operates a dry mill with license to export, and has put together microlot buying programs throughout the country. Needless to say, he has an in-depth knowledge all along the coffee supply chain. Palomos Del Sur is managed by Robinson Pillimué, a local and longtime ASORCAFE member, and an old friend of Leo’s. He and his family live at the farm year round and he oversees much of the renovation and harvest. The house on Palomos Del Sur sits at 1880 meters, and marks the median altitude. The coffee itself is incredibly complex with flavors of mixed berries, white peach, honey, apple, and persimmon.

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  • Colombia Penderisco

    hibiscus, toffee, honeydew
    Urrao, Antioquia | Caturra, Colombia, Typica | 1800-2000 masl | Washed

    $19.00

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    This coffee is made up of small lots from three different producers in Urrao. Penderisco is a valley in Urrao that has cooler weather for the area, which results in slower fermentation times during processing. High elevation farms along with slower fermentation both contribute to the crisp fruit character and round sweetness of this coffee. We find Penderisco to have an almost effervescent quality along with notes of honeydew melon, lychee, toffee, and hibiscus tea.

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  • Camber Sample Box Set

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

    The current box set includes:

    Ethiopia Reko
    Colombia Palomos del Sur Washed
    Colombia Penderisco
    Kenya Karimikui AA

    Please note: Not all of the offerings in the box set change each month.
  • Kenya Gakuyuini AA – 8OZ.

    concord grape, lime, watermelon
    Kirinyaga | SL-28, SL-34, Ruiru 11 | 1600-1700 masl | Washed

    $20.00

    At first glance, there is nothing extraordinary about the Thirikwa Farmers Cooperative Society, which only operates a single factory called Gakuyuini located in Kirinyaga county. But Thirikwa FCS has been turning heads with record breaking auction prices at the Nairobi Coffee Exchange for quite some time now. Farmers hand pick ripe cherry and delivery it to the Gakuyini mill for processing the same day, and their hard work and dedication shines through. This AA offering is perhaps our favorite Kenya lot of the year, showcasing exceptional body and structured acidity. In the cup we taste juicy notes of concord grape, pineapple, watermelon, and lime.

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  • Colombia Palomos Del Sur Natural – 8OZ.

    cherry, panela, watermelon
    Leonardo Henao & Robinson Pillimué | Inzá, Cauca | Caturra & Colombia | Natural

    $20.00

    This is the naturally processed (or dry processed) version of our other Palomos offering. Naturally processed coffees keep the whole cherry intact during drying which imparts more intense fruit character and body to the cup. This type of processing can also result in a less consistent cup profile overall since it is mostly hand sorted. We were excited by the vibrant fresh fruit notes and sweetness that we found in this coffee. Naturally processed coffees can be polarizing due to potent aromatics and flavor, but really interesting and delicious at the same time. Expect notes of strawberry candy, barleywine, panela, cherry, and watermelon.

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  • Camber Artist Series Box Set

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    Illustrations by Rosa de Weerd

    Currently featuring: 
    KENYA GAKUYUINI AA
    COLOMBIA PALOMOS DEL SUR NATURAL

    Box sets ship every Thursday. The weekly order cut off is Wednesday at noon PST.

  • 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.

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    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].

  • Moonrise Blend

    cherry, panella, lychee
    Colombia Palomos Del Sur & Honduras Santa Barbara | Caturra, Colombia, Pacas | 1670-2000 masl | Natural & Washed

    $22.00

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    Moonrise consists of Colombia Palomos Del Sur natural and Honduras Santa Barbara. This Colombia offering from Inzá is the naturally processed version of our other Palomos offering. 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

    blackberry, cocoa, lychee
    Colombia Inzá & Ethiopia Nano Genji | Cauca & Agaro | 1500-2200 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 is a regional blend that lends a caramelized depth of sweetness balanced by juicy dark fruit notes. Ethiopia Nano Genji brings lively fruit notes such as tangerine, pear, and lychee. Together these coffees produce a brew with unique fruit character and resonant sweetness.

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  • Big Joy Espresso

    cherry, molasses, pear
    Espresso Developed for Milk | Peru Cajamarca | David Diaz & Elvis Rafael | Caturra & Catuai | Washed

    $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 single producer lots from Cajamarca, Peru. David Garcia Diaz owns two 1.5 hectare plots of land in the village of San Francisco. This coffee comes from his higher elevation farm, which sits at 1800 masl. Elvis Reinerio Tineo Rafael is a second-generation coffee producer who owns land in the El Diamante area of Jaen. Elvis and his family work on the land together, coordinating all of their processing together. Together these coffees produce a densely sweet brew showcasing complex sugar flavors and crisp fruit character.

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  • Goodnight Moon Decaf

    fig, raspberry, cocoa
    Colombia Gaitania & Tanzania Iloma | Washed | Swiss Water Process®

    $17.00

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    Goodnight stars, goodnight air, goodnight noises everywhere.

    Goodnight Moon consists of carefully selected small batch coffees decaffeinated by our friends at Swiss Water Decaf. The roast profile is well suited for all brewing methods. We find the cup to be sweet and full-bodied with notes of fig, raspberry, and cocoa.

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  • Rotating Coffee Subscription

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    Let our team choose a fresh new single origin coffee for you to receive every month. If you’d like to receive shipments more frequently, you can choose the 7 or 14 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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  • Costa Rica Helsar Cascara Tea – 5oz.

    hibiscus, tamarind, raisin
    Dried Coffee Fruit | Caturra & Catuai | Llano Bonito De Naranjo, West Valley

    $15.00

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    Cascara is the name used in Central America for coffee cherry skins, and a perfect name for the tea made from them as well. If you like fruit-blend herbal teas, especially those with fruited flavors like hibiscus, rose-hips, tamarind, orange peel, mango, apple, you should like Cascara tea a lot. It makes amazing iced tea as well, and with a very moderate amount of honey can be very pleasant. Does it have caffeine? Yes, all parts of the coffee plant contain some caffeine, but we don’t know how much, and it will certainly depend on steep time and the amount used to make each cup. What’s interesting about this cascara, is that it is dehydrated – part of a joint effort on the part of the folks at the Helsar micro-mill in Costa Rica, and a research team at the University of Costa Rica. They found that cascara has 50% more antioxidants than cranberries, and are using dehydration for drying the cherry to near zero moisture, making for a crisp and very edible product. Yes, edible! In addition to tea, try using it in place of dried fruit on cereal, yogurt, or even on its own. Expect to see the occasional stem too, easily spotted and removed. And while the final produce is not certified organic, they are only using coffee cherry from Helsar’s three organic farms.Recommended Brewing: 12 grams tea to 350ml water. Steep for 8 minutes or to taste.