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Handwired Espresso


Ginger | Cardamon | Milk Chocolate

Medium roast.  Any of our offerings will pull a respectable shot, but this one is a specialist. Lower acid accentuates the beans’ natural sweetness in this medium-full bodied blend.  Also brews an elegant, lower-acid drip. 12oz. or 5lb. bag of whole beans.

Current blend:

- 60% Brazil, Sul de Minas Region, Fazenda Taquara Do Reino, Rainforest  Alliance/UTZ-Certified.   This coffee is located on a 450 hectare farm in the town of Botelhos, Sul De Minas owned by Mozart Tiso and his two sons. The coffee is grown on 200 hectares with the majority of the remaining hectares being dedicated to a wildlife conservation zone. Mundo novo, topázio, yellow catuaí, yellow icatu varietals, natural & dry process, 3,280 feet above sea level.

- 25% Sumatra Kokowagayo Women’s Cooperative, Bener Meriah District, Fairtrade/Organic Kokowagayo is a women-owned and women-managed coffee cooperative on the Aceh province. Kokowagayo has 567 farmer members from seven villages in the Bener Meriah districts. Kokowagayo is an abbreviation for Koperasi Kopi Wanita Gayo. The group has 18 women in leadership roles — a chairwoman and business manager, a secretary and collector, a treasurer, a chair supervisor, two member supervisors, four collectors and eight delegates. Kokowagayo is also part of Café Femenino, a supply chain/framework with the radical idea of giving women farmers credit for their crucial roles in the coffee industry. Bourbon, Tim Tim and Catimor varietals, wert-hulled processed, 3,937-4,921 feet above sea level.

- 15% Ethiopia Sidamo Natural Process, Sidama Coffee Farmers Co-op Union. This coffee is produced by the numerous smallholder farmers who characterize the coffee production landscape of Ethiopia. In the Sidamo region, the farmers pick the cherries selectively by hand when the cherries are ripe. The pickers rotate among each tree anywhere from 8 to 10 days so that they give the cherries time to ripen when they go back to pick them. Kurume, Dega and Wolisho varietals, natural process, 5,905 feet above sea level.

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