Just in time for the holiday season we have a couple of fresh crop single origin coffees that are sure to keep you warm these colder months.
The return of Brazil, Santa Ines has been highly anticipated by many of our baristas. Produced by the Pereira family, this pulp-natural process coffee has a complexity seldom seen in a Brazilian coffee. The sweetness and body one expects from the region is there, with notes of plum and raisin to round out a wonderfully dynamic cup of coffee. It's one of those rare coffees that is both exciting and interesting for coffee nerds while remaining approachable and immensely enjoyable for a broader audience.
Because of these qualities we selected the Santa Ines to be featured as our single origin espresso in December.
The second coffee is from the Cauca region of Colombia. Colombia has such a diversity of coffee growing regions that there is almost always a Colombian coffee in season. The Cauca region is known for its sweet coffees, and this blend of caturra and castillo varieties is no exception. We taste a sweet caramel complimented by notes of mixed berries and cherry.
Both coffees are now available on our webstore and in all of our cafés.