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Sumarta
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
Sumarta
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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
Burundi
Situated in central Africa’s great lakes region is a largely rural landlocked nation that a surprising number of people haven’t heart of. Despite being small and being surrounded by many very prominent producing nations the coffee coming from Burundi is very distinct. The quality of the coffee here is truly a testament to the commitment and passion of the farmers and cooperatives like Bwayi who navigate the many challenges of this developing nation. the coffee an stories of Burundi are a great reminder of why it’s worth exploring the unexplored. alt-1,760 masl
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Peru
Peru
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Peru
The Andes, Machu Picchu, Alpacas. We were already sold on Peru before the first sip! The climate here has always been ideal for quality production, but ironically the high altitudes that give this region so much potential are also their prime challenge. In the last decade farmers have joined forces forming cooperative groups that have helped to consolidate, classify, and effectively market these previously hidden gems. Thanks to this spirt of collaboration these coffee can now make the epic journey from the mountain ranges of northern Peru to a mug near you. Altitude -1200-1700masl
Costa Rica
The unofficial Motto of Costa Rica translate to pure life. Step one foot into this country and you will understand why. The lush and verdant landscapes seem never ending, especially when trekking through Tarrazu, the famed region which is home to La Angostura. The community collective has been working hard and making a name for themselves, no small task inland of such abundant quality and quantity. We are excited to support these projects, watch these communities grow, and get a little taste of Pure Vida, One Cup at a time.
Costa Rica
Costa Rica
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GERMACK RETAIL
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2517 Russell St, Detroit, MI 48207
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Cafe Hours:
Monday - Wednesday: 7:30AM-4:30PM
Thursday - Friday: 7:30AM-5PM
Saturday: 7AM-5PM
Sunday: closed
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Nut Store:
Monday - Saturday: 8:00AM-4:30PM
Sunday: 10AM-4PM
GERMACK FACTORY (WHOLESALE)
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2140 Wilkins Detroit, MI 48207