An exceptional coffee from Producer Omar Leonel Renza, El Parador is a Direct Farm Relationship coffee offering complexity and balance. Starting with a cranberry snap that mingles with notes of roasted chestnuts and cacao that sweetens and rounds it out, it's simply a pleasure to drink.
It has been two decades since the height of the coffee market in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, but the DRC is beginning to reemerge as a producer of specialty coffee. Along with its rarity and a quality similar to well regarded Kenyans, as our first release of a coffee from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, this is a truly exciting offering.
The Muungano sparkles with the sweet crispness of honeydew and subtle notes of pear, and rounds out with deeper raisin notes on the finish.
Abakundakawa is one of the largest female driven cooperatives in Rwanda. This dynamic coffee is beautifully uplifting, with flavors of ripe cantaloupe, Tahitian vanilla bean and sweet cola.
DIRECT FARM RELATIONSHIP
For the third year running, producer Henrique Dias Cambraia has provided another great offering from his picturesque farm in Minas Gerais.
With the characteristics of great Brazilian coffees, the Samambaia displays a mild acidity and rich sweetness, with full flavors of roasted walnut and cacao.
Date sugar and pistachio notes keep this coffee sweet and light, while a rich-bodied toffee undercurrent balances out the cup to produce an exceptional experience.
SINGLE ORIGIN ESPRESSO
A double shot of Korate will taste of spice, then cool to reveal dried apricot and finish with lavender. With milk it all combines for a perfect macchiato with honey-like sweetness.