• Guatemala Santa Isabel

    red apple, marzipan, cherry
    Cobán | Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai | 1400-1600 masl | Washed

    $20.00

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    Santa Isabel is located near the town of San Cristóbal Verapaz, in the cool rainy reaches of Cobán. The farm is situated on 300 acres of high, fertile land. Don Luis and his son, also named Luis, but nicknamed Wicho, manage the farm as general and agricultural manager, respectively. When Don Luis first planted the farm, Cobán didn’t necessarily have a reputation for high quality coffee. Don Luis and Wicho knew that the region had more to offer. By placing their attention on improved cultivation techniques and perfecting their drying practices, they transformed the quality of their coffee over the course of the last decade. Their coffees have placed in Guatemala’s Cup of Excellence twice. This year’s offering is extremely sweet and full bodied with notes of apple, baking spices, marzipan, and cherry.

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  • Ethiopia Yabitu Koba

    lavender, honey, bergamot
    Guji | Heirloom | 2250 masl | Washed

    $21.00

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    Located in the beautiful mountainous landscape of the Guji highlands, Uraga is one of the highest elevation growing regions in Ethiopia with altitudes of over 2,300 meters. Coffee is grown in and around Ugo Begne forest and classified as forest, semi-forest or garden grown. Within this immense stretch of forest lies an array of distinct subregions, including Yabitu Koba. This coffee comes to us from the Muda Tatesa processing site at the Welichu Wachu washing station. It is beautifully floral, with vibrant acidity and notes of tangerine, lavender, honey, and bergamot.

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  • Colombia Rio Paéz

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

    $20.00

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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 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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