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Rwanda Shyira

pomegranate, clove, molasses

Nyabihu | Bourbon | 1800-2200 masl | Fully-Washed

$17.00

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Description

This coffee hails from the Shyira Washing Station in the Nyabihu district of Western Rwanda.  For processing, the coffee is washed and fermented for 12 hours and sun-dried for 35 days. 1,869 farmers provide cherries to this station and last season they participated in the FFS (Farmer Field Schools) program, which developed a nursery with 110,000 seedlings and distributed them successfully to farmers in the region. This program helps to train and educate small coffee producers in better agricultural practices in order for them to gain better yields from their trees. Shyira is an elegant cup with complex acidity and sweetness.

 

Colombia La Bohemia Box Set | Pre-Order

A delicious opportunity to taste multiple coffee varieties and processing methods from a single farm.  You will receive-

  • One 8oz bag of honey processed Gesha | Notes of raspberry, watermelon, and lavender
  • One 8oz bag of fully washed Gesha | Notes of bergamot, white peach, and melon
  • One 8oz bag of honey processed Caturra | Notes of rose, merlot, and orange

These coffees were grown at Finca La Bohemia in Vereda Buenos Aires in La Union, San Pedro de Cartago, Nariño. The farm is owned and operated by Raquel Lasso.  Her farm was a Cup of Excellence finalist in 2017.  Your order will ship on December 20th.

$65.00

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Honduras Migdoneo Enamorado

cinnamon, mandarin orange, honey

El Sauce, Santa Barbara | Pacas | Fully-Washed

$17.00

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Description

The extremely unique growing conditions in the highlands around Lake Yojoa cause for a very extended cherry maturation period. Cool mists can keep temperatures low and protect the plants from too much direct sunlight. While this slow development can have a great deal to do with the unusually tropical, complex character of Santa Barbara coffees, it also means that a significant portion of the harvest happens later than most other regions in Central America. It’s not at all unusual for farmers to be delivering coffee to the beneficio as late as early August, and some of these Late Harvest deliveries can yield the most flavorful, intense cups. Migdoneo's coffee is no exception.

Colombia La Bohemia Caturra

rose, merlot, orange

Raquel Lasso | Caturra | 2010 masl | San Pedro de Cartago, Nariño | Honey Process

$18.00

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Description

This coffee was grown at Finca La Bohemia in Vereda Buenos Aires in La Union, San Pedro de Cartago, Nariño. The farm is owned and operated by Raquel Lasso.  Her farm was a Cup of Excellence finalist in 2017.  The honey process used here added intensity to the aromatics and complex fruit notes without overpowering the underlying character of the coffee.  This is a beautifully balanced coffee.

Ethiopia Nano Challa

jasmine, ginger, white honey

Gera, Jimma | Heirloom | 1900-2100 masl | Fully-Washed

$18.00

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Description

The name Nano Challa refers to a local mythic tale about a challenge to become King of Jimma, and the coop adopted it to signify their desire to be a strong cooperative. Indeed, many coops in the West of Ethiopia have struggled to find good buyers who will pay enough for the coffee, to manage their own debts, and from internal struggles and graft. Nano Challa was formed as part of an initiative to aid farmers in a more comprehensive way. The program was administered by a non-government organization that not only coordinates agronomists and managers for each of the coops they work with, but also has a business adviser assigned that helps the cooperative manage their debt, re-invest in quality improvements at the mill, and verifies distribution of income to all members. Nano Challa is a smaller cooperative coffee mill near Gera town in the Agaro area, Western Ethiopia. The farms are at altitudes between 1900 to 2100 meters, planted in old regional varieties of coffee.

Kenya Karumandi AA

watermelon, tangerine, rose hip

SL-28, SL-34 | Kirinyaga | Fully-Washed | 1800 masl

$24.00

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Description

Karumandi is the the name of the factory that produced this lot, located in north-central Kirinyaga. Contributing farmers are members of the Baragwi Farming Cooperative Society, which operates a collection of 12 washing stations throughout Kirinyaga and has an active membership of almost 12,000 farming families. 

Smallholders like those that contribute to Karumandi Factory tend to measure their plots by number of trees rather than acreage, averaging around 250 coffee plants per plot. Many are inter-cropping to improve the biodiversity of the region and the security of their harvest, planting banana, grevillea, and macadamia in addition to coffee.  Like most Kenyan growing regions, coffee in Kirinyaga benefits from its equatorial location and two distinct annual rainy seasons, resulting in a main crop in the winter and a fly crop harvested in the summer.

Zambia Mafinga Hills Decaf

concord grape, red apple, cranberry

Katesha & Isanya Estates | Catimore 129 & Java | 1340-1600 masl | Fully-Washed | Swiss Water Process

$18.00

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Description

Zambia is an origin not always associated with quality, and the catimore variety is also not usually recognized for great flavor.  It is better known for high yield and disease resistance.  However, this coffee from Mafinga Hills delivers a cup that is unique coming from Zambia. The Mafinga Hills are a plateau covered by hills, situated on the border between Zambia and Malawi in Southern Africa.  We have been tasting a complex and balanced array of fruit character ranging from grape and red apple, to ginger and cranberry, that makes for an exceptionally good cup of decaf.

Guatemala Santa Isabel

marzipan, honeydew, cherry

Caturra & Catuai | 1400-1600 masl | Coban | Fully-Washed

$17.00

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Description

Located near the town of San Cristóbal Verapaz, in the cool, rainy reaches of Cobán, Guatemala, Finca San Isabel is situated on 300 acres of high, but relatively level, fertile land. Don Luis and his son - also named Luis (nicknamed ‘Wicho’) - manage the farm as general and agricultural manager, respectively. Now Luis IV (5 years old), Wicho’s son and Luis’ grandchild, spends his school holidays at the farm, much as his father did when he was young.

When Don Luis first planted the farm out in Bourbon, Caturra and Catuai, Cobán didn’t necessarily have a reputation for high-quality coffee, due in part to the fact that coffee from the region must often be mechanically dried because of the humid climate. Don Luis and Wicho, however, knew that the region had more to offer. By placing their attention on improved cultivation techniques and perfecting their drying practices, they succeeded transforming the quality of their coffee over the course of the last decade, even succeeding in placing Guatemala’s Cup of Excellence twice.

Skyline Espresso

cherry, marzipan, tangerine

Guatemala Santa Isabel | Caturra & Catuai | 1400-1600 masl | Coban | Fully-Washed

$17.00
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Description

Our current Skyline incarnation is composed of coffee from the Santa Isabel farm in Coban.  This lot is comprised of washed Caturra and Catuaí grown at 1400-1600 meters.

We select and roast coffees that produce articulate sweetness, complexity, and body.  Our roast profile is optimized for espresso extraction.

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$17.00

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