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Coffees with ** next to their name are roasted to order on Tuesdays of each week (pre-orders submitted by 4pm AKST on Mondays will roast and ship on Tuesday)

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  • APROCASSI – Peru

     

    APROCASSI (Asociación de Productores Cafetaleros Solidarios de San Ignacio) was formed nearly twenty years ago in 2000, originally as an effort to protest the mining companies who were flocking to the area to harvest precious metals. Set on protecting their farming land, a small group of farmers banded together and formed the association. Currently, the association has about 600 members. APROCASSI is focused on selling certified coffees, increasing production, and the diversification of products, such as honey, cocoa, and pisciculture. APROCASSI is focused on keeping youth in coffee, as well as women’s income diversification. This coffee has a big, chocolate profile for an overall well-balanced cup. It makes a great pot of drip and is hearty enough to enjoy with (or without!) milk.

     

    Producer: APROCASSI

    Origin: Cajamarca region of Peru

    Tasting Notes: Dark Chocolate and Pecan

    $15.95$80.00
  • Cafe La Sierrita – Colombia **

     

    **This coffee roasts to order on Tuesday of each week**

     

    Cafe La Sierrita is a community lot comprised of producers within the Giraldo region of Antioquia. The lot is carefully constructed at the buying station, with every single coffee individually cupped various times before being included. First, a coffee is cupped is when the producer brings a sample or lot to the buying station. Upon initial approval, the lot is packed in grain-pro and a new sample is taken and brought back to the main lab in Medellin, where a full physical and cup quality analysis is performed. Upon approval, the lot is then delivered to the mill, where it is cupped a third time to ensure consistency in regards to previous analyses. 

    Cafe La Sierrita represents the hard work of dedicated producers whom are fairly compensated with the highest prices in town. This is the 3rd year we have sourced this coffee from our partners at The Coffee Quest Imports.

     

    Farmer: Various small producers

    Origin: Giraldo, Antioquia, Colombia

    Variety: Caturra, Colombia, Castillo

    Process: Washed

    Altitude: 1,700-2,200 masl

    Tasting Notes: Dark Chocolate – Almond – Green Apple

    $17.95$90.00
  • Caldera Blend

     

    The heart of Steamdot, our bright and tangy house blend, designed for espresso to pair in harmony with milk.

     

    Origin: Brazil, Colombia, Ethiopia
    Tasting Notes: Chocolate, Berries, Citrus

    $15.95$80.00
  • Cerrado – Brazil

     

    Brazil is the world’s largest coffee producing country, rallying 40-60 million bags a year. Located in the center of the country, the Cerrado is a large tropical savanna ecoregion. Throughout Brazil, the natural and pulped natural processing methods are most common, which imparts sweetness and enhances body in the cup. This coffee has low acidity and with its classic nutty and chocolate profile, it pairs great with milk.

     

    Farmer: Cooperative

    Origin: Brazil

    Tasting Notes: Dark Chocolate – Peanut Butter – Hazelnut

     

    $13.95$75.00
  • Coffee Subscription Club

    Join our Coffee of the Month club!

    On the first Tuesday of every month, we roast and ship out a 12oz bag of our newest Roaster’s Choice single origin coffee.

     

    Choose from 3 month, 6 month or 12 month frequency.

     

    Shipping is always included!

     

    Want to send it as a gift? Be sure to include your name in the billing section at check out and we’ll include a note with the first shipment notifying the recipient who sent them the gift.

    $55.00$200.00
  • Decaf Ethiopia Sidamo **

     

    Pre-order available now! First roast is Tuesday, April 20th

     

    **This coffee roasts to order on Tuesday of each week**

     

    Who doesn’t want to drink high quality coffee all day long? We’ve got you covered with this special release Single Origin Decaf from Ethiopia. It checks all the boxes of a high scoring, specialty grade coffee full of so much fruity goodness in the cup.

     

    Sourced from our friends at Royal Coffee, they select this lot based on cupping evaluations. After selection, the green coffee is pre-soaked in water to expand the beans for caffeine extraction. The beans are then introduced to a solution concentrated with coffee solubles that extract the caffeine without extracting the coffees particular flavor. The Royal Select Water decaffeination process leads to a sweet and fruity cup that fits great in our line up of single origin coffees.

     

    Origin: Ethiopia

    Producer: Oromia Coffee Farmers Cooperative

    Altitude: 1550 – 2200 masl

    Varietal: Heirloom Ethiopia

    Process: Natural and dried on raised beds

    Tasting Notes: Citrus, Berries, Tropical

     

    $17.95$90.00
  • Finca El Paraiso – Colombia **

     

     

    **This coffee roasts to order on Tuesday of each week**

     

    Finca El Paraiso is located in Gigante, Huila, Colombia and run by Ernedis Rodriguez. The farm consists of 14 hectares in total, half in coffee and half in reserve. While continually experimenting with each harvest, the main fermentation recipe used in his wet-mill is 72/48/24-hour mixed fermentation. After washing, the coffee is then laid to dry in parabolic dryers for anywhere from 18-25 days, depending on the weather. Ernedis is one of the hardest working producers in the industry: after being able to sell his coffee at elevated prices consistently for so many years, he has really become more like a CEO. He doesn’t work the coffee fields anymore but oversees the workers he hires to clean, fertilize and pick cherries and focuses his efforts on the wet-mil and drying. Last year he was able to upgrade his infrastructure and now has a wet mill that auto sorts and floats the cherries prior to de-pulping. This is a huge step and saves Ernedis an enormous amount of time and work, as well as using literally a fraction of the water to wash the coffees compared to traditional washing. Coffees from Finca El Paraiso are always a stunner, and we look forward to them year after year!

     

    Farmer: Ernedis Rodriguez

    Origin: Gigante, Huila, Colombia

    Variety: Caturra

    Process: Washed

    Altitude: 1840 masl

    Tasting Notes: Tangerine – Brown Sugar – Nectarine

     

    $17.95$90.00
  • Finca Vegas Del Chuscal – Colombia **

     

     

    **This coffee roasts to order on Tuesday of each week**

     

    Finca Vegas Del Chuscal is run by Nelson Fabio Cordoba and consists of 7 hectares of coffee. This lot is a blend of mostly Caturra, with a small amount of Variedad Colombia. Both of the varieties are picked separately and processed separately. As the Variedad Colombia can tolerate longer fermentation, after picking the cherries are left to ferment for between 12-24 hours and then de-pulped and fermented for another 20-24 hours. When the Caturra arrives to the wet mill, it is immediately de-pulped, dry fermented for 20-24 hours, and then washed in a process which uses 80% less water. After washing, the coffees are taken to the greenhouse to slow dry for 10-15 days. Nelson’s wet mill is an Ecomill, one of the first in the country, which allows him to use very little water during the washing process.

     

    Farmer: Nelson Fabio Cordoba

    Origin: Palestina, Huila, Colombia

    Variety: Caturra, Colombia

    Process: Washed

    Altitude: 1800 masl

    Tasting Notes: Cherry, Peach and Plum

     

    $17.95$90.00
  • Fundraiser: Bowman Elementary Bobcat Blend

     

    Bowman Elementary Fundraiser

    $12.00
  • Guatemala La Colmenita **

     

    **This coffee roasts to order on Tuesday of each week**

     

    Driving the narrow mountain road up the impossibly steep switchbacks to Finca La Colmenita, or “The Beehive”, the views are striking. There’s a reason this area is called Buena Vista. Far below, the deep valleys of San Pedro Necta stretch out and verdant ridges cast shadows from above. La Colmenita is nearly at the top, a high 1850 to 2000 MASL farm. It’s in the clouds a lot of the time. 

     

    When Francisco Cardona Martin bought La Colmenita in 2002, he had a vision: To produce the best quality coffees possible, by planting varieties known for excellence in separation, and investing heavily in innovative farming techniques. Primarily, Francisco cultivates Caturra and Bourbon plants beneath chalum, gravilea, and mature pine trees. Francisco is incredibly resourceful, investing nearly all profits from coffee sold back into the farm. He’s beloved in the local community, a kind and cheerful presence. Those who know him well call him “Chico Cardona”. When in Huehue City, he often attends cuppings with the QC team to develop his skills and to learn how he can improve.

     

    Francisco called his farm “The Beehive” because he loves his bees. Happily buzzing about the farm pollinating his coffees plants, bees make the honey which provides a secondary income for the farm.

     

    Farmer: Francisco Cardona Martin

    Region: Huehuetenango

    Process: Washed

    Importer: Onyx Coffee

    Tasting Notes: Intensely sweet aromatics give way to flavors of pineapple, caramel, pecan, and snickerdoodle. Bright and juicy acidity with a round body. A very dessert-like coffee.

     

    $17.95$90.00
  • Guji – Ethiopia

     

    Ethiopia is universally recognized as the birthplace of arabica coffee and produces some of the most complex and exciting coffees in the world. Ethiopia Guji is one of our flagship coffees and our longest-standing relationship coffee at SteamDot, and we are proud to source this elegant coffee year after year. Its complex flavor makes it an exciting single-origin offering, a stellar house cold brew and adds some flair to our Caldera espresso blend.

     

    The Guracho washing station is owned and operated by Sibu Coffee Exporters. Sibu Coffee began operations in 2014 and includes staff who has been working with farmers in Guji for over 20 years. In addition to their commercial activities in and around Guracho village, Sibu Coffee is actively invested in community development projects.  The Guracho Primary School is located just a kilometer from Sibu’s washing station and many of Sibu’s farmers have children in attendance.

     

    Farmer: 2300 members of the Guracho Washing Station, Kedir Hassen Aredo
    Region: Guji Zone, Kercha District
    Variety: Typica
    Altitude: 1900 – 2100 masl
    Process: Washed
    Harvest: Oct – Jan
    Tasting Notes: Tropical fruit and green-tea like aromatics give way to flavors of tangerine, cranberry, and lime in the cup with a lasting herbal finish.

    $17.95$90.00
  • Lux French Roast

     

    A classic French Roast with smooth, smoky, and bold flavors.

     

    Origin: China

    Tasting Notes: Earthy, Chocolate

    $13.95$75.00