The names of our coffees are as diverse as the coffees themselves. Many times they are simply the farmer’s first and last name. However, the name may come from a co-op, the farm, or even a specific part of the farm where the coffee was grown depending on what the producer wants their coffee to be called.Country of Origin & National Crest
The traditions of coffee processing have been passed down uniquely in each coffee growing country.
We honor this heritage by adding the names and national crests specific to each of our coffee partner’s home.
In the case where our coffees are not named after the individuals who grew them, we have made sure to include their names as well.Location
Where the coffees were grown. Varietal
The specific variety or cultivar of coffee that makes up a particular offering.
The height above sea level that a coffee is grown. Quality coffee must have cool nights and warm days to grow sweet and full.
The way the cherry and remaining fruit are removed or reduced from the coffee bean. Processing dramatically affects the final taste of the coffee.
Though we market our coffee in metric weight, because that is how we purchase it, we’ve added this space to help folks who are used to ounces.
This is the day the coffee was roasted. For the highest quality, use coffee within 14 days of this date.
We roast for Espresso (ESP) and regular brew methods (DRIP) differently.