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Kenya Kirinyaga
This nation has been resonating and waking folks up to the flavor magic of coffee for quite some time. Unique and Intriguing varietals as well as a processing style that is unparalleled elevate the flavor of these coffees above even the high altitudes in which they are grown. From a field of champions, we have selected a coffee that truly sings the song of why we love Kenyan Coffee. Kirinyaga washing station sits in the Southern shadows of Mt. Kenya. Our importing partners have navigated the intense and highly competitive auction system that governs the nation's exports in order to secure another year of Wild Kenya Magic.
Kenya Kirinyaga
Kenya Kirinyaga
Honduras
Honduras
Honduras
This coffee was grown on Finca El Sile, the farm of Milton Selvin Rivera Perdomo. Milton is a third generation coffee farmer, vice president of the COCASJOL cooperative, and he also builds his own coffee roasters. What we are saying is the man is busy! We’re inspired by Milton’s energy and worked with him to craft a cup just like the strong coffee he drinks to keep up his impressive momentum. Sip some of this brew when you are ready to climb life’s mountains and get stuff done!
Sumatra
The Santiang Exporting Company has closely partnered with many small farms which is where the majority of the country’s coffee has been grown since the larger estates disbanded in the 1870’s. The mission of this collaboration? to push the charity and sweetness of the traditionally muddled and earthy flavors of Sumatran coffee by closely monitoring the sorting and processing in order to separates the most exceptional of the lots. The mission was a great success and before us is an examples of just how good coffee from this island can be. alt-1,500-1,8000 masl
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Ethiopia
Ethiopia
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Ethiopia
Prior to the 18th century, coffee was only cultivated in Ethiopia. Every coffee plant from El Salvador to Bali can be traced back to this nation, also nicknamed “Coffee’s Motherland”. Thanks to an impressive biodiversity and a deep tradition of cultivating and processing, the coffees from his land are famed for expressive acidity, as well as sweet fruit and complex floral notes. Kayon Family Farm are a small family farm and excellent ambassadors for both the region’s coffee as well as a leader in sustainable practices that are helping their community grow. Alt-1900-2200 masl
Colombia
The Coffees of Colombia tend to be sweet, clean, and uncomplicated, but with as many farms and farmers as the nation has there is a lot to explore. The Rodrigo Pelaez family has been producing and exploring coffee at Laderas for 4 generations now, and in that time they have honed techniques to help produces some unique coffees. The family utilized that “natural process” for this lot. In the natural process ripe cherries are completely dried before removing the seed. The resulting coffee is infused with a fuller body and a rich fruit forward profile. alt-1,600-2,000 masl
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