COSTA RICA Rosa Linda – A small 50 acre farm owned and managed by Jose Antonio Garcia for more than 30 years. He focuses his attention on the farm and meticulous coffee cherry selection. Finca Rosa Linda supports Jose, his wife and their three daughters.
Degree of Roast: 1
Bright, clean, quaffable
Grower: José Antonio García|Finca Rosa Linda
Variety: Red Catuai, Caturra
Altitude: 1550 masl
Process: Fully washed
Tasting Notes: Figs, apricot, citrus, lime, chocolate
TANZANIA Mbeya Peaberry – This coffee possesses many of the enviable characteristics of an estate Kenya. I love Kenyas but for many the winey acidity can be a bit over the top. Tanzania offers a more balanced cup with a smooth, lingering finish. The rounder shaped peaberry, formed from the maturation of one seed per cherry rather than the typical two seeds, is meticulously sorted during the milling process for its distinct flavor profiles.
Degree of Roast: 2
KENYA Nyeri Ichamama – The Othaya Farmers Co-operative Society manages the Ichamama Factory. The cooperative processes coffee from farmers who generally have half acre plots averaging 250 coffee trees shaded with Bananas, Gravelia, and Macadamia trees.
GUATEMALA Huehuetenango El Limonar – Crisp green apple acidity pierces a lush, burnt sugar sweetness.
INDIA MONSOON Malabar – This rare monsoon-aged coffee has a unique, big, earthy, musty flavor with a lingering aftertaste.
Degree of Roast: 3
COLOMBIA Tolima del Rio Fair Trade Organic – What makes Colombian coffees so desirable? In a word: balance. They are smooth, with brightness on the back of the tongue and a full, satisfying finish. If someone came from another planet and wanted to know what coffee is, perhaps a cup of Colombia would provide the best answer.
COLOMBIA Huila San Agustin – Each producer manages their own farm averaging just a few acres in size. Small enough for each producer to individually process the harvest with their own micromill, which allows for meticulous care in cherry selection, depulping, fermenting, and drying the coffee. Mastercol ensures traceability and quality control throughout the post-harvest process.
A lively brew from Central and South America with brilliant flavors and a wonderful finish…a perfect complement to a gorgeous sunrise.
A 50/50 blend of high grown ‘mauka’ Kona with Central American coffees. The goal is to complement the delicate Kona flavor components without overwhelming them. Our sunrise blend has brilliant flavor, balance and a delicate aroma.