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Black Magick Blend


Black Currant | Fig | Toasted Marshmallow

Our darkest roast. Named after a certain amp shrouded in mystery that was reportedly used to record one of the seminal debut albums of the classic rock era, Black Magick is our take on the darker side of coffee.  We don't roast any beans to the point that they taste burnt, but we do take this blend right to the edge of our comfort zone.  The key to our approach is that the coffee remains fruity, sweet, and balanced--there are no bitter or harsh flavors, no smoky ashtray notes, just a lush and deeply satisfying cup that redefines what a dark roast can be.  12oz. or 5lb. bag of whole beans.  

Current blend:

- 60% Guatemala Huehuetenango, ASDECAFE, Organic. The ASDECAFE association is committed to sustainability and environmental protections, the equitable distribution of all generated income, transparency in business, and long-term relationships with customers and suppliers. It’s also intently focused on using good agricultural and post-harvest practices to improve its members’ coffee quality and access to international markets.  Catuai, Bourbon, Pache, Catimor varietals, washed, 4,600-5,900 feet above sea level.

- 40% Rwanda Gashonga Women's Cooperative, Rusizi District, Fair Trade. Started in 2009, a group of women farmers started the Gashonga Cooperative to pool their resources and improve their collective futures.  After initial struggles this coop is hitting its stride, placing 7th in the Rwanda Cup of Excellence auction in 2015.  The 104 members are investing in education, better farming inputs, and even health insurance for members.  This is an exciting coffee lot from a coop with a bright future ahead of it.  Bourbon varietal, washed, 5,400 feet above sea level.

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