Coffees Continue to Flow Into Our Warehouse

September 12, 2014

Sumatra Lintong Aek Nauli returns with the deep sweetness and convincing fruit flavors.

Ethiopia Dry Process Yirga Cheffe Chele’lektu has an astonishingly clean profile of fruit flavors and pectin sweetness.

Ethiopia Jimma – Cocola Cooperative shows great body and juicy tropical fruits.

Guatemala Huehuetenango – Finca Rosma has pronounced fruit notes and the deep sugar browning sweetness we’ve come to expect from this coffee.

Guatemala Antigua – Cabrejo Invernadero shows great sweet/bittersweet balance and boasts a near sparkling, malic acidity.

Brazil Minas Gerais – Roberto Canato is a well-rounded pulp natural from the award winning Fazenda Monte Verde. Bold sweetness, this coffee also harnesses flavors of golden raisin and black tea.

Costa Rica Familia Bonilla – El Llano, another from Don Mayo micro mill, this washed coffee makes for a transparent Costa cup, with sweet apple and walnut.

Sulawesi Bone-Bone Cooperative has thick, inky body and intense sweetness of developed sugar and rice syrup.

Honduras Santa Barbara – Juan Hipp Microlot is a small lot from Santa Barbara region, and is actually in many ways, Indonesia-like – foresty flavors and molasses sugar.

To be fair, one is a restock, but an already missed lot of Sumatra Toba Batak Peaberry, that we were luckily able to secure a few more bags of.

Be on the lookout next week for new Kenyas, Ethiopia, and Guatemala Xinabajul micro lots!

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