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Tweed Blend


Cherry | Vanilla | Pipe Tobacco

Medium roast.  No effects pedals required. The classic “tweed” amplifiers of the 1950’s were plenty loud, but also delivered pure, focused, and incredibly nuanced tones. Like the bluesman who can melt your face with one note, then bring you to tears with the next, this blend is about feel over volume. Candy apple, subtle spice, and a medium body help this coffee shine as a soloist, though it’s got plenty of chops to harmonize with any milk or sweeteners thrown at it.   12oz. or 5lb. bag of whole beans.

Current blend:

- 60% Burundi, Ngozi & Kayanza Regions, Turaco, Rainforest Alliance Named for an iconic bird native to Burundi, the Turaco comes from various small farmers in Ngozi & Kayanza regions of Burundi. Most of Burundi’s farmers own only 200-250 coffee, which is a small amount and makes harvest season a family affair as opposed to other origins that will bring in hired workers to help during harvest season. The Bugestal & Greenco washing stations located in both regions allow the farmers to be able to get their coffee to a reliable source each harvest season. While Burundi may not be as well known as some of its neighboring countries, the farmers and cooperatives are improving year after year. Red Bourbon varietal, fully washed processed, 5,250-6,233 feet above sea level.

- 40%  Guatemala, Huehuetenango, Primavera Family. The Primavera Family lot was produced by various farmers in the Huehuetenango region of Guatemala. These coffee growers carefully manage small farms that grow excellent coffee, and each producer processes the coffee in a home wet mill according to careful quality specifications. These producers earn a price much higher than the local rate, which they use to invest in the well-being of their families as well as the improvement of their farms and mills. Caturra, Catuai, Bourbon varietals, washed process, 5,085-5,415 feet above sea level.

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