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  • Red Shed Blend **


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


    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

  • Royal Badger – Sumatra **


    First Roast is Scheduled for 3/29 – Pre-order available now


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


    Sumatra Royal Badger the myth, the legend, is back in all its highness. Typically, Sumatran coffees are known for their earthy, forest-y vibes – in large part due to the processing method known as wet-hulling. The resulting cup tends to have an enhanced body and “muted” acidity (in comparison to a typical washed coffee). But when done well and with extra care, as is the case with Royal Badger, flavor and acidity can still shine. Royal Badger is the original “old school” Ateng varietal. The of Badak Gede in northern Sumatra are in a remote and secluded area and fully utilize their resources, which has limited the introduction of new hybrids. This old school Ateng varietal is starting to become less popular and extinct in Sumatra. Although the coffee production in this region is much slower than with newer hybrids, it has a superior and more complex cupping profile. By buying coffee from this specific area, we are supporting the people in the community and helping keep the old school Ateng varietal alive. Sourced from Red Goni Importers.



    Origin: Badak Gede, Aceh, Sumatra

    Process: Wet-hulled

    Altitude: 1400-1600 masl

    Tasting Notes: Grapefruit, Cedar and Brown Sugar