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*If any coffee you are subscribed to is going out of stock, we will inform you before your next billing date.

  • Milky Way

    Brazil x Colombia

    A natural Brazilian and washed Colombian create a balanced unity in this blend. With sweet milk chocolate and hazelnut followed by a some orange notes and a creamy body, it makes a great espresso. This blend is easy on the palate while not compromising on complexity. You can have it black or white. We created this blend with the classic profile drinker in mind so don't be afraid to start here if you are new to specialty coffee.

    Recommended for: Espresso

  • Ethiopia

    Worka Chelichele Anaerobic

    We're excited to offer our first anaerobic natural processed coffee. This coffee comes from Worka Chelichele washing station in Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia. To this day, farming methods in the region are somewhat traditional. Most farmers tend to maximize the use of their land by farming many crops together with the coffee. Worka Chelichele is famed for superior quality standards and for helping many farmers produce better quality coffee cherry by providing training.

    Only the ripest cherries are selected for anaerobic fermentation. Selected cherries are tightly sealed in grainpro bags and fermented anaerobically (without oxygen) for 18-24 hours. The cherries are then removed from the bags and laid to dry in the sun on raised beds for approximately 2-3 weeks. We often tasted anaerobic processed coffees that tasted too fermented and off putting to us. This coffee however blew us away! It has all the distinct lactic acids and striking flavors you would expect from an anaerobic coffee without the extra fermented flavors.

    Flavor Notes: Peach Candy, Vanilla, Blackberry

    Recommended for: Filter

    Best after: 16 days post roast

    Out of stock

  • Guatemala

    Finca Palo Blanco

    Ivan Ovalle is one of the most quality oriented coffee producers in Guatemala. Utilizing his engineering background, Ivan has increased the water efficiency at Palo Blanco and trained the farmers to pick only the ripest cherries. His focus is mainly on sugar content (brix analysis) on when to pick the coffee cherries. This coffee is organic and has been farmed without the use of any artficial pesticides or fertiizers. After pulping, coffee is dry fermented for 36 to 48 hours. Then, parchment is washed in channels and laid to dry on a patio. After washing, parchment is laid to sundry on patios, where it will be raked regularly for 1.5 to 2 days. It is then transferred a greenhouse covered with plastic sheeting, where it will dry on raised beds for around 6 days. This is great example of a washed Guatemalan coffee that is great for everyday brewing with intense sweetness.

    Flavor Notes: Milk Chocolate, Concord Grape, Molasses

    Recommended For: Filter

    Best after: 12 days post roast

    Out of stock

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Milky Way

Bag Size

250 gm, 500 gm

Grind Size

Whole Bean, Espresso, Moka Pot, Filter Machine, French Press, V60, Cold Brew, Aeropress

Ethiopia

Bag Size

250 gm, 500 gm

Grind Size

Whole Bean, Espresso, Moka Pot, Filter Machine, French Press, V60, Cold Brew, Aeropress

Guatemala

Grind Size

Whole Bean, Espresso, Moka Pot, Filter Machine, French Press, V60, Cold Brew

Bag Size

250 gm, 500 gm