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  • Lux French Roast

     

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

     

    Origin: China

    Tasting Notes: Earthy, Chocolate

    $13.95$75.00
  • Lux French Roast Swiss Water Decaffeinated

     

    The Swiss Water decaffeination process is chemical free and allows origin notes to shine through for a smooth and balance cup.

     

    Origin: Brazil

    Tasting Notes: Earthy, Chocolate

    $16.95$85.00
  • Mchana Estate – Kenya **

     

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

     

    Mchana Estate has a rich history dating back to the 1950s. French investors were looking to expand their agricultural portfolio and their agent Jas Nicoll began to acquire coffee estates. These neighboring farms were grouped into one large estate, Mchana, and it became the largest single coffee plantation in Kenya. Fast forward to today, and Mchana estate is 906 hectare with 458 hectare under coffee – almost the same original amount of hectare used to grow coffee as in 1950. Management has changed hands a few times, and today is run by Mr. Wambungo, who is known for his innovation and renovating operations around the farm to increase productivity and quality.

     

    This coffee is a showstopper on the cupping table, with bright tropical fruit notes, a lush body, and tons of sweetness.

     

    Origin: Kenya

    Tasting Notes: Papaya, Mango, and Pear

    $17.95$90.00
  • Rebuild Women’s Hope – Congo **

     

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

     

    Marcelline Budza established Rebuild Women’s Hope (RWH) in 2013 along the shores of Idjwi, a large remote island in the middle of Lake Kivu in eastern Congo. Inspired by her own mother’s resilience, her vision is “to place women at the center of the integral development of her community” and that “building the hope of women is building the hope of the entire nation.” The cooperative supports its members in several meaningful ways, including interest free loans, incentives for cherry delivery thresholds, and are currently building a health clinic. This coffee comes from the Hala Washing Station of RWH. After cherries are delivered, they are sorted by flotation method, depulped, and then have a wet soak with continuously running water for 8 hours. This is followed by washing, pre-drying, and drying the parchment on raised beds for up to 24 days.

     

    Producer: Marcelline Budza

    Origin: Idjwi Island, Congo

    Varietal: Bourbon

    Tasting Notes: Raisin, Baking Spices, and Orange

     

    $17.95$90.00
  • Red Badger – Sumatra **

     

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

     

    The Badger lives on as a SteamDot legend and after a few years hiatus, has made its return! Red Badger is a symbol of the movement started by Red Goni Importers about 7 years ago in supporting orphanages in Sumatra. The humid climate in Indonesia makes it difficult for farmers to dry coffee, and as such, the unique processing method know as wet-hulling is widely practiced. Coffees have the cherry skins removed and are “quickly” dried for a few hours down to a moisture content of about 50%. At this point, the bean is swollen in the parchment. After the coffee is sold, it goes on to the mill to be further dried and “wet hulled” to remove the parchment layer. After this, the coffee is dried to a final 12-13% moisture content and is ready for export. The flavor profile for Red Badger is really unique for a Sumatran coffee, having vibrant acidity and citrus forward notes, followed by lots of sweetness. This is complemented by fine cedar origin notes in the finish, resulting in an overall well-balanced cup.

     

     

    Origin: Red Badger, Sumatra

    Process: Wet-hulled

    Altitude: 1350-1500 masl

    Tasting Notes: Orange, Turbinado Sugar, and Cedar

     

     

    $17.95$90.00
  • Red Shed Blend

     

    The Red Shed in Ship Creek is where it all began. This blend represents everything we love about coffee: fruit tones up front, tons of sweetness, and a smoooooth body. We’ve sourced coffee from Tanzania’s Shilanga washing station for the second year in a row (this time around we’ve got some bigger beans, AA instead of PB) and we sourced a great coffee from Burundi Murago to be its sidekick. Side note – by no means does the Burundi deserve the back seat. This coffee comes from an awesome, privately held woman-owned company called Kalico. This group has washing stations in Kirundo and Muyinga Provinces, where altitudes range from 1650-1700 masl. This coffee is fully washed and then dried on raised African beds.

     

    Origin: Tanzania, Burundi

    Tasting Notes: Dark fruits (boysenberry, fig), black tea, clove, honey

    $15.95$80.00
  • Tres Fincas Blend – Colombia**

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

     

    Our favorite blend of the year is here, bringing with it the brightness and sweetness that’s perfect to enjoy in the sunny weather. This year’s mix include Finca El Paraiso and Cafe La Sierrita (returning favorites), together with a new microlot – Finca La Miguela. You’ll find tons of citrus and nectarine in the front of the cup, followed by caramel and a marshmallow sweetness. This coffee has bright and rounded acidity, and tastes great brewed hot or over ice. These coffees were sourced from our partners at The Coffee Quest Imports. Cheers!

     

    Origin: Colombia

    Tasting Notes: Citrus, Nectarine, Caramel, and Marshmallow

    Body: Full and Smooth

    $17.95$90.00