Burundi Turihamwe - 16 oz. The Burundi Turihamwe is an exceptional coffee with bright acidity and complex sweetness. This light roast coffee exhibits notes of sweet tangerine, vanilla, and rhubarb. We love this coffee as a pour-over, but it does remarkably well in a drip brewer.Country: BurundiFarm: Gitemezi Wet MillRegion: Ngozi ProvenceElevation: 1750 mVariety: BourbonProcess: WashedThis exceptional coffee was produced entirely by women farmers and processed at the Gitemezi Wet Mill in the Ngozi Provence. The mill was built in 2018 by a group of women farmers who had long wanted a processing site of their own for quality assurance. The group of women farmers behind this coffee are a part of a larger producer group who refers to themselves as Turihamwe Turashobora in Kirundi, which translates to "Together We Can!" The wet mill and quality team is entirely women-led and works closely with trained Q Graders on best quality practices and lot curation.
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Colombia Magia del Campo This stellar coffee from Tolima is bright, sweet, and chocolaty with hints of ripe, dark fruit. This coffee is available in a medium roast which results in notes of cherry and plum balanced by notes of baker's chocolate and toasted almond. It is a very adaptable coffee suitable for many brewing methods, but we love this coffee for pour-overs and drip-brew. Country: Colombia Farm: Asociacion de Productores Agropecuarios de Cafe Especial de Planadas Region: Planadas, Tolima Elevation: 1600 - 1950 m Variety: Castillo, Colombia, Caturra Process: Washed Fair Trade Certified
Ethiopia Quantit This naturally processed Ethiopian is layered with tons of fruit and floral notes. Bright, fruity, sweet, and syrupy, we think this medium-light roast coffee is excellent as a pour-over or a single-origin espresso! Country: Ethiopia Farm: Quantit Mill Region: Sidamo, Southern Nations Elevation: 1900 m Variety: Ethiopian Heirloom Process: Natural Farm Story: The Quantit mill was founded in 2005 by Daye Bensa COffee, a company run by brothers Asefa and Mulugeta Dukamo that has built numerous mills in the Sidamo region and also exports and grows coffee. The mill was built for farmers near the town of Chabe to sell their coffee in this rugged and difficult to access area. Today, 1500-2000 local farmers deliver coffee to this washing station and no longer have to travel the long distances to other mills. Farmers working with the Quantit Mill are also paid a higher premium for their coffee. The naturally processed lots are processed by floating and picking out the ripe cherries. It is then dried on African raised beds for 13-15 days.
Kavarna Blend Kavarna's house blend is back! An easy-going balanced cup highlighted by baker's chocolate and toasted walnut. This blend is well suited for all types of brewing, including drip brew, pour-over, and can even be used in home espresso machines! This blend is a medium roast, but will exhibit flavors that dark roast drinkers will love! Origin: Guatemala + Peru Region: Huehuetanango, San Martin Elevation: 1400-1700m Process: Washed (Both) Variety: Typica, Pache, Caturra, Bourbon The Peruvian beans in the blend are organically grown and Fair-Trade Certified.
Brazil Paubrasil The Brazil Paubrasil has all the classic attributes of a delicious coffee from Cerrado Mineiro: creamy, sweet, mellow acidity, and full of dried fruit, chocolate and toasted nut. As a drip coffee, expect a round, sweet, and chocolatey cup. Country: Brazil Farm: Paubrasil Region: Cerrado, Patos de Minas - Minas Gerais Elevation: 1100 m Variety: Cataui Process: Natural Farm Story: Paubrasil is transparently certified as part of the Regiao Cerrado Mineiro Designation of Origin program. Coffees certified with the Designation of Origin are grown on farms in an area encompassing 55 municipalities that produce coffees with a unique identity, resulting from the combination of climate, soil, terrain, elevation, and the "know-how" of producers. Paubrasil's contributing producers belong to one of nine cooperatives or six associations affiliated with the Cerrado Coffee Growers Federation, have signed a statement of good practices in accordance with Brazilian labor laws, and store coffee in accredited warehouses post-harvest.1
Burundi Turihamwe The Burundi Turihamwe is an exceptional coffee with bright acidity and complex sweetness. This light roast coffee exhibits notes of sweet tangerine, vanilla, and rhubarb. We love this coffee as a pour-over, but it does remarkably well in a drip brewer.Country: BurundiFarm: Gitemezi Wet MillRegion: Ngozi ProvenceElevation: 1750 mVariety: BourbonProcess: WashedThis exceptional coffee was produced entirely by women farmers and processed at the Gitemezi Wet Mill in the Ngozi Provence. The mill was built in 2018 by a group of women farmers who had long wanted a processing site of their own for quality assurance. The group of women farmers behind this coffee are a part of a larger producer group who refers to themselves as Turihamwe Turashobora in Kirundi, which translates to "Together We Can!" The wet mill and quality team is entirely women-led and works closely with trained Q Graders on best quality practices and lot curation.
Peru Flor de Selva The Peru Flor de Selva has layered sweetness, a silky body, and balanced acidity. This medium roast coffee will give you notes of milk chocolate, grapefruit, caramel, and sweet cream. This coffee shines in both pour-overs and automatic drip brewers. Country: Peru Region: San Martin Farm: Aproceco Cooperative Elevation: 1700 m Variety: Typica, Caturra, Pache Process: Washed Certifications: Fair Trade, Organically Grown Peru Flor de Selva comes from the Aproeco cooperative in the department of San Martin in the upper part of the Peruvian Amazon rainforest. The cooperative was founded by smallholder farmers in 2008 and now has 369 farmer members, with 270 of them certified as organic coffee producers. Aproeco has continually innovated their quality control program since its founding and each individual lot delivered to the cooperative is meticulously cupped by their talented cupping team. Their thorough QC protocols have allowed Aproeco to consistently find exciting new coffees of exceptional quality from farms throughout the virgin rainforest of San Martin and the Amazon.
Guatemala Manos de Mujer This year's harvest from the ACODIHUE coop is one of our favorites. Creamy body, balanced acidity, and complex notes of ripe melon, black cherry, and bittersweet chocolate make for an excellent cup. This coffee is an all-around crowd-pleaser and one that works great across all brew methods. Country: Guatemala Farm: ACODIHUE Cooperative Region: Cuchumatan, Huehuetenango Elevation: 1400 - 1600 m Variety: Bourbon, Caturra Process: Washed Fair Trade Certified Farm Story: Manos de Mujer comes from the ACODIHUE cooperative in the mountainous territory of Chuchmatan, Huehuetenango. The cooperative was founded in 1996 after the conclusion of several development projects in the area by the European Union that grouped farmers together into associations. This coffee is produced entirely by women members of ACODIHUE's network of women growers, which is referred to locally as Awal Nan (Siembra de Mujer) in their native Mam language. Only 22% of ACODIHUE's annual production goes under the designation of Cafe con Manos de Mujer, which represents a refined selection of the cooperative's coffee.
Papua New Guinea Bunum Wo Peaberry Papua New Guinea Bunum Wo is sweet, juicy, and has a touch of savoriness. A distinctive and all-around enjoyable coffee that would fit nicely into anyone's daily routine. Country: Papua New Guinea Farm: Bonum Wo Region: Wahgi Valley, Western Highlands Elevation: 1500 m Variety: Typica Process: Washed Farm Story: Papua New Guinea Bonum Wo PB is grown in the Wahgi Valley in the Western Highlands Province at over 4500 feet. Soil and water conservation is a priority and the estate is bird and eco-friendly. They employ a medium-density shade strategy, using two types of shade trees. This promotes even ripening of coffee cherries and provides habitat for at least 90 species of birds. Cherries are hand-picked and carefully checked for uniformity; they must be red and fully ripe which allows for the correct balance of sugar and acid within the cherry. The selected cherry is then pulped on the day of picking. A fermentation process follows, a period of three days broken every 24 hours by washing - but unlike many other coffees, the Bonum Wo process follows this by total immersion in water for a further day. This balances the flavors. After sun-drying, the coffees are carefully conditioned for 21 days. Next, the coffee goes through the process of destoning, hulling, grading, densitometric sorting, color sorting, and finally hand sorting.
Sampler Pack A ready to wrap box filled with four 8oz packages of Kavarna's sustainably roasted whole coffee beans. Every box will have a bag of Kavarna Blend and three different randomly selected single-origin coffees of varying roast levels. Don't forget, the sampler pack is about trying new things!
The Traveler A ready to wrap box filled with Kavarna's sustainably roasted whole coffee beans and a large travel mug. The Brooklyn 16oz travel mug is perfect for all-day sippers who want to keep their coffee or latte hot/cold for long periods of time. It also features a super-secure screw-on lid to avoid any accidents.
The Commuter A ready to wrap box filled with Kavarna's sustainably roasted whole coffee beans and an excellent 12oz travel mug. The Hudson 12oz travel mug is wonderfully insulated to keep your coffee or latte hot for hours, fits in cup holders of all sizes, and has an excellent feel for sipping your morning brew!