Seasonal direct trade, single origin coffees that will blow your mind. Choose your favorite or choose both to alternate between every week, every other week or every month.
Currently in the Lineup:
This limited batch of direct trade coffee from the Motherland of Coffee, Ethiopia, exhibits a forward Plum Rose taste followed by an Allspice flavor that finishes clean and smooth. (10 oz.)
Banko Michicha is a Mill in the Guji zone, Kercha Region, in Southern Sidamo Ethiopia. Neighboring the more famous Yirgacheffe region, this co-op buys coffee cherries from local producers and collects them at 5 different sites. The coffee is then carefully transported to the central mill just outside of Kercha town where it is dried on raised beds, then indoors over 3-4 weeks. It is then transported to Kercha town to be hulled, and eventually to Addis Ababa for final milling, cleaning, and grading. Banko Michicha is owned by Mr. Degefa Sema who’s been working in the coffee industry for 25+ years. He buys coffee from over 800 small lot holders and offers support through an agriculture based training center at the mill just outside of Kercha.
This is a Beautiful Coffee with a Beautiful Story, and we are so happy to share it with you!
This limited batch of direct trade coffee from the beautiful mountains of El Salvador and exhibits a sweet & savory flavor of blackberry pie and clove and is perfect those crisp autumn mornings (10 oz.)
This coffee comes from Divisadero Farm where “Moe” as his friends call him, has been involved in coffee all of his life, following in his parents and grandparents footsteps since the 1890’s. Moe owns and manages 5 farms including Finca Himilaya, Finca CruzGorda, and Finca Villa Galicia (where Divisadero’s mill is also located) with primarily shade grown Bourbon. All of Moe’s farms are located in the Apaneca highlands. His attention to quality all along the agronomy and processing chain are evident when you talk to him and taste his coffee.