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$12.00Location: Pangoa – Junin (250 km East of Lima in Central Amazon Region)
Elevation: 1000-2000 meters above sea level
Varietals: Caturra, Typica, Bourbon, Pache
Diversification: Cacao, honey, fruit trees, roasted coffee, ecotourism
Average farm size: 5 Hectares per member average
Tasting Notes: Full bodied, smooth, with notes of baker's chocolated and toasted nuts
Great as an espresso!
$14.00Fair Trade - Shade Grown - Organic
Producer: Permata Gayo
Region: Aceh Province, Sumatra
Elevation: 1,200 to 1,650 m
Harvest: October - June
Variety: Typica, Ateng, S-line
Tasting Notes: Earthy, Caramel, Balanced
Great in the french press and also makes an amazing cold brew!
￩￫$13.00Location: Piura Region; Coyona, Canchaque
Altitude: 900-1700 meters
Varietal: Arabica - Bourbon, Typica
Process: Unwashed, natural process, fruit-dried
Certifications: Organic, FLO
Organization: Founded in 1993, comprised of 6,000 members
Tasting Notes: Strawberry and cola notes in a full-bodied cupMaximum quantity exceededMinimum purchase amount of 0 items is Required
￩￫$14.00Named after the occupations and demonstrations in France during May 1968. This social movement against capitalism, consumerism and American imperialism marked a cultural, social and moral turning point in the country and spurred an incredible artistic movement. The worker-owners of Thread are excited to bring you an espresso that is a real work horse, whether enjoyed as a double shot or with steamed milk.
￩￫$14.00Fair Trade - Shade Grown - Organic
Our cold brew blend features coffees with rich chocolate, silky body, and a hint of stone fruit. We slow-brew for 12-16 hours in house. This blend is the perfect way to wake up on a hot summer morning. We roast to medium to bring out the earthy body, and hints of caramel.
￩￫$13.00Dark roast lovers, this one's for you! With dark chocolate and brown sugar notes, this blend of Honduran, Colombian and Bolivian coffees is perfect for those who take their coffee with cream. We named this blend after the amusement park that was the first place in Maryland to show motion pictures to the public in 1896.
￩￫$14.00Dedicated to more than just growing coffee, La Central Cooperativa Las Diosas (The Goddesses) is a dynamic network of community based cooperatives run by women and supporting true development and respect for women’s rights. The cooperative is located east of Managua in the department of Estelí where much of the land is devoted to tobacco production and largely controlled by male producers. Las Diosas consists of four smaller cooperatives, each managed by its own Directiva (female Board of Directors). Fiercely independent and determined to succeed in the coffee industry, the 250-member cooperative has made much progress since their founding in 1996, both in terms of sustainable commercial relations for their coffee sales as well as the promotion of issues such as women’s education, housing and health.
￩￫$14.00Striving to offer a consistently high-quality coffee, raised with care and respect for their natural resources — the coop offers their producer members regular educational and capacity-building activities focused on sustainable farming techniques and the importance of a strong social economy. Maya Vinic in the cup has a classic Chiapas profile, with medium body, bright acidity and balanced with sweet, deep flavors of caramel, dark chocolate and spices… and a hint of fruit.
￩￫$14.00Fair Trade – Organic – Shade Grown
Producer: Association Fondo Paez, 550 members
Location: Cauca, Colombia
Altitude: 1000 – 1900 meters
Elevation: 1300 - 1900 meters above sea level
Tasting Notes: Sweet fruit, nutty, caramel