Single Origin Coffee

Washed bourbon and typica with super sweet, silky notes of dark chocolate, apricot, and dark berries.

San Pedro Yosotatu is a community of just under thirty farmers of the Sierra Mixteca cooperative, in Santa Maria Yucuhiti, Oaxaca. Farmers grow old varieties, use organic practices, and cultivate very small parcels of land. The small reserve lot represents just five producers, and includes some of the finest coffee from this year's harvest.

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Kainamui
$17 - 12oz

Bright and crisp with notes of citrus, blackberry, and plum. 

The Kainamui washing station lies in the Kirinyaga District, on the slopes of Mt. Kenya. The co-op serves about 1800 farmer members, who cultivate the SL28 and SL32 varieties. Farmers deliver ripe cherry to the station to be washed, then dried slowly on raised beds. 

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Kolla Bolcha
$17 - 12oz

Quenching ripe red cherry flavor with a honeyed, cola sweetness and lush mouthfeel.

The Keila Bolcha cooperative lies in Agaro, in the western zone of Jimma, Ethiopia. Formed in 2016, the membership consists of about 400 producers who cultivate coffee. After farmers deliver cherry to the wet mill, it is washed and soaked overnight, then dried on raised beds. Super clean and delicious!

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