Roasted locally in Ventura, we are so excited to be offering these carefully crafted coffees in our stores. They are all available for retail purchase as well.
This medium bodied blend highlights notes of candied orange and molasses with a nutty profile.
This coffee comes from Finca Montevideo in the “Central Belt” coffee growing region of El Salvador within the El Básalmo-Quezaltepec Mountain Range, and is grown at an altitude of 1,200 - 1,600 menters above sea level.
The owner of this farm, Alberto Guirola, is highly attentive and cares deeply about the quality of the coffee he harvests. All coffees from Finca Montevideo are cultivated under native shade, dried on endothermic clay patios, and go through a fully washed processing method before being sent to the roasters.
The Kayanza region, where this coffee is grown, is know as one of the best coffee growing regions of Burundi. Coffee is grown at an altitude of over 1800 meters in this northern province, contributing to high levels of acidity and a fruity sweetness that blends excellently into our espresso.
With notes of cocoa and candied orange, this balanced coffee makes a delicious pourover option, and is also our choice as a unique yet widely palatable drip coffee that we serve daily.
This coffee comes from Café Orgánico Marcala (COMSA), a co-op that supports smallholder coffee farmers in the region of Marcala, Honduras by implementing sustainable agricultural practices that strengthen that land of producers as well as increase their yields while maintaining standards of high quality.
This pourover only option features notes of dried mango, black currant, and persimmon. We love the fruit-forward flavors that turn the drinking of this coffee into an eccentric experience.
We are pleased to be offering this rare, single origin peaberry coffee that boasts the especially sweet profile of the hand sorted peaberry mutation, which occurs in only 5% of all coffees!
This offering comes from a small family farm in the Gatina station, a member of the Mugaga Farmers’ Cooperative Society, where it is harvested and processed in a way that focuses on preserving the typical Kenyan coffee profile. Due to the very small size of this farm, the family is able to focus on specialty processing, allowing us in turn to have access to this exquisite bean.