MONTHLY ROASTER LINEUP

november

2016

AND COFFEE ROASTERS

Colombia Huila AAA

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Fresco Coffee Roasters

Costa Rica La Loma

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Coffee AMP The Roaster

Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Aroma

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october

2016

KINGLY COFFEE

GUATEMALA LOS CERAJES

Long-awaited “Los Cerajes Plantation” finally debut in 2016.

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CLAMP COFFEE SARASA

TANZANIA RUVUMA

 Ruvuma was not always known for good coffee. It took until 1997 for two companies to open 13 new central pulperies and 8 new mini-pulperies, all but two of which they also manage. By being the aggregate and managing the pulperies, they can insure the continued higher quality beans and raised selling prices for this coffee, thus helping out everyone in the region.

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TERA COFFEE AND ROASTER

EL SALVADOR SIBERIA PACAMARA

The Pacamara Plantation is the leading pacamara bean producer in El Salvador. The Siberia Plantation is located about 60miles north-west from the capital San Salvador near Chalchuapa.

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september

2016

Mel Coffee Roasters

Nicaragua Matagalpa Limoncillo

 

Doctor Erwin Mierisch’s Nicaragua farm pursues excellence in a way only suitable for a head judge of the global speciality coffee auction Cup of Excellence. Located deep in the mountains of the rainforest amid beautifully managed bamboo groves, Erwin’s farm carefully hones its varietal research, cultivation techniques, production processing, lot management, cupping assessments, and day-to-day management, producing quality flavor evident of the dedication of its producers. This coffee is balanced and refreshing with citrus elements such as lime.

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TAOCA COFFEE

Colombia La Primevera

 

Growing approximately 10,000 coffee trees, a mix of Caturra and Castillo varieties, Yeison and his family are dedicated and serious about producing specialty coffee.

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june

2016

Light Up Coffee

Bazil Cafundo

With three decades of growing experience, Fazenda Cafundó takes advantage of his farm’s 1,360 m altitude and cool climate to consistent grow specialty grade Brazilian coffee. Employing a careful selective coffee cherry picking strategy and processing by the pulped wet natural system, Cafundó’s coffee is consistently clean, sweet, and nutty.

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SWITCH COFFEE TOKYO

Guatemala San Gerardo

Family owned San Gerardo has been growing specialty coffee since 1962. Situated south-west of Guatemala’s capital, rich volcanic soil and a cooler microclimate produce among Guatemala’s best coffees. The farm has developed a reputation for continuous community development, dependability, and quality

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TRUNK Coffee

Ethiopia Hama

Grown by the Hama Cooperative in Ethiopia’s renowned Yirgacheffe region within the Gedeo Zone, this fully washed coffee is bright and vibrant with a floral aroma. An outstanding representation of Ethiopian heirloom coffee, expect fruity and citrusy flavors with a mild tea-like body.

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may

2016

CAFE L'AVENIR

Brazil Daterra Farms

A long innovator in Brazilian coffee, Dattera farm employs detailed farming techniques developed from a culture of continual experimentation to produce award winning coffees, previously placing in Cup of Excellence competitions and had their coffees used in world barista competitions multiple times. Equally devoted to sustainability, Dattera was one of Brazil’s first Rainforest Alliance certified farms and devote 5% of sales to social activities including farm residences and schools for workers.

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INDONESIA FLORES

Flores is located on the western end of the Lesser Sundra archipelago in the Bajawa district of East Nusa. This organic coffee presents a balance of mild acidity with a strong body and complex citrus sweetness. The roast brings out chocolatey caramel flavors while retaining the natural sweetness of the coffee. This coffee comes from seven small local farmers who manually sort the coffee three times for defects during the hulling process to provide utmost quality.

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Fresco Coffee Roasters

NICARAGUA MONTECRISTO

Nueva Segovia sits along the Honduras border in northern Nicaragua at an ideal elevation for producing high-quality coffee, letting the citrus and fruity flavors concentrate in the coffee. The product of small-scale farmers, this coffee is naturally processed by the growers themselves, leaving a bright and sweet finish. .

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april

2016

The WIRED COFFEE ROASTERS

Colombia Inza Tierradentro

The remote area of Inza in southern Cauca, Colombia is not only a World Heritage Site but also a coffee producing region full of budding potential. While single farm lots remain difficult to source given the volume of micro farms, the 3 local coffee varietals are processed and combined together with surprisingly wonderful harmony. Rounded and mild lemony acidity with a caramel aftertaste.

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Elmers Green

COSTA RICA LA PASTORA

Mainor Esquivel’s acclaimed La Pastora coffee farm grows coffee in Costa Rica’s largest producing region of Tarrazu. Situated high among Tarrazu’s cloud forest, the area has become renowned for complex and dense specialty grade coffees. La Pastora hand picks their coffee and employs their own micro mill. This bean employs a unique “black” honey processing technique, letting drying coffee have less turning and longer sun exposure, darkening the coffee bean in color.

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GLITCH COFFEE & ROASTERS

ETHIOPIA KOCHERE

 

The coffee growing highlands of Kochere in Ethiopia’s Yirgacheffe region has received global recognition for their exquisite combination of organic farming practices, ideal growing conditions, and heirloom coffee bean varietals. Kochere coffee exudes quality and unique origin character. With new varietals developing annually from cross breeding, local farmers continue to plant better and better heirloom varietals. Bright, floral, sweet and complex.

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march

2016

AND COFFEE ROASTERS

RWANDA COKO COOPERATIVE

One of Africa’s smallest producers of specialty coffee, Rwanda coffee can be difficult to source and needs to carefully be screened for defects. Scoring over 90 points in SCAA cuppings, this Rwanda coffee from the Coko region is a balance of floral and savory. Hand-harvested to ensure uniformity in ripeness and then washed with natural mountain water before sun-drying in the Rwandan sun.

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TAOCA COFFEE

KENYA IYEGO FACTORY AA

The Iyego factory is the main wet mill of the Iyego coop and located Northwest of Nairobi. The coffee is handpicked for quality by the cooperative farmers and brought to the Iyego factory for processing. This Kenya presents with a juicy mouthfeel and a deep but balanced fruitiness and subtle sweet aftertaste.

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JUBILEE COFFEE AND ROASTER

ETHIOPIA SAWANA ESTATE

Already a producer of top quality coffee after starting just 5 years ago, the Sawana Estate in Ethiopia shade grows their coffee and employs a natural fermentation process to bring out bright fruit flavors in their coffee. This classic natural Ethiopian tastes of strawberry and peach with a creamy mouthfeel and surprisingly clean finish.

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febuary

2016

Fuglen Coffee Roasters

GUATEMALA DARIO HERNANDEZ


Dario Hernandez has been shade growing classic Guatemalan bourbon and caturra coffee on the volcanic slopes of Antigua for several decades. A close partner of Luis Pedro Zelaya and the team of the Bella Vista Mill, Dario’s coffee has earned a reputation for consistent top-quality and is a favorite among top roasteries across Europe and the United States. Look for flavors of cacao butter, raisins, and lemon.

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Takamura Wine & Coffee Roasters

HONDURAS LA JOYA

This Honduras lot was a national winner at the Cup of Excellence (COE) grading auction. A complexity of flavors, this washed coffee is balanced in bitterness, acidity, sweetness and depth, leaving a fruity aftertaste of muscat. Smooth with hints of chocolate.

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Light Up Coffee

KENYA KIANYANGI

The Kianyangi factor near the city of Embu in the Eastern Province of Kenya borders the Kamithumo river, the primary water source for coffee processing at the factory. Harvested coffee cherries from the surrounding farming collective are pulped and washed at the factory and then dried for 1-2 weeks. The factory helps increase local coffee quality and production with farmer training and financing. This is a classic Kenyan coffee with juicy mouthfeel and bright earthy fruity flavors.

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january

2016

TRUNK Coffee

RWANDA NYAKABUYE

With the only washing station in the western district, Nyakabuye farm has a long history of cultivating coffee tree. Nyakabuye has become renowned for experienced producers investing in the cultivation of high-quality coffee trees. Expect flavors of ripe oranges, hints of sweet brown sugar and apricot with a full-bodied mouthfeel.

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LiLo Coffee Roasters

COLOMBIA TOLIMA

With recent improvements to Colombia’s  transportation infrastructure in the mountainous coffee growing regions, the identification of coffee down to specific farms and micro lots has only recently become possible. Located a little to the west from the Colombian center, Tolima produces a coffee with bright fruity acidity. Refreshingly fruity and characteristically nutty and Colombian.

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Fresco Coffee Roasters

COSTA RICA BELLA VISTA

This micro-mill coffee from Costa Rica represents a new trend in increased traceability and has been selected for it’s unique character and quality. The harvested coffee cherries are washed and processed in limited quantities by family-run Costa Rican farms. This lot is fruity and sweet with flavors of berry and apricot.

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