A community two hours away from La Plata, Colombia. Each family has its own de-pulping and fermentation set up as well as raised drying screens protected from the rain.
Varietal: Caturra, Typica. In the cup: Bold cherry acidity, red berry tones, and solid structure. Silky body
Ethiopia Harrar (Direct Trade)
This is an exceptional coffee coming from the Mesela region, located in East Harrar, about 180 KM east of Dire Dawa city. This region has one of the highest altitudes at 2,600 meters above sea level, providing ideal coffee growing conditions for spectacular coffee.
Varietal: Indigenous Typica, heirloom varieties. Elevation: 1,700 – 2,300 m. In the cup: Blueberries, light chocolate (roast) notes, and nectar-like body.
Mexico Grapos (Organic)
Twenty five small lot farmers. Grupo de Asesores de Produccion Organica y Sustenable ( GRAPOS ) is located adjacent to El Triunfo Biosphere Reserve in Chiapas and certified as Bird friendly by control union.
Varietal: Typica,Bourbon. In the cup: Brown sugar fragrance, nutty and mild fruit flavors, medium body and medium acidity.
Sumatra Permata Gayo (Organic)
Founded in 2006 with 50 farmers in the Bener Meriah district of the Aceh Province In Sumatra, Indonesia . The cooperative was founded in order to increase the sale of organic coffee and generate benefits for the allied small-scale farmers.
Varietal: Catimor. Elevation: 1,000 – 1,500 m In the cup: Spicy, herbal aromatics, with syrupy body and medium acidity.
This exceptionally complex Ethiopian from the Yirgacheffe region is the product of many small farmers’ heirloom varietal coffee being processed immaculately.
Keffa’s Zero Defect Sorting, which takes 3 times longer than other coffees from the region, enhances its clarity in the cup and intensifies the aroma of black tea, the peach sweetness, and grapefruit acidity.
Tasting Notes: Floral, Honey, Cherry, Nice Body, and Complex
Elevation: 1900 – 2000 m