New Crops of Coffee from Brazil and Colombia

Our new crop Brazil is sourced from producers living in Poços de Caldas, a municipality within the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil.  The high elevations in Poços de Caldas allow the coffee cherry to mature slowly in the nutrient rich volcanic soil, which means the coffee beans develop distinct flavor characteristics not commonly found in other Brazilian naturals. Along with a fruity aroma, the brewed coffee has hints of vanilla, hazelnut, and caramel with a creamy milk chocolate finish. 

Our Colombia Huila Timana is from the small, coffee-centric town of Timana in the department of Huila, Colombia. Our Colombia Huila Timana coffee is bright with notes of black cherry and tamarind balanced with hints of honey and chocolate.