Salt Lake Roasting Co.
Mexico Mayan Harvest Micro-lot – This micro-lot is sourced from 168 family-owned farms located in communities within the municipality of Bella Vista in the state of Chiapas, Mexico. Community efforts allow producers to earn higher prices and reinvest in better agricultural practices and improve the livelihoods for their families. This is the first year they Mayan Harvest Women’s Group has exported coffee.
Nicaragua FTO Canta Gallo – This particular lot is named after the community cooperative called Cooperativa Multifuncional Héroes y Mártires de Cantagallo R.L. (Cantagallo the Rooster’s Crow in English). Environmental training programs, healthcare initiatives, life insurance, and educational opportunities are just some of the ways PRODECOOP strives to support community based cooperatives and improve the quality of life for coffee producers and their families.
What is the Coffee of the Month? It is a program Salt Lake Roasting offers to give you the opportunity to try something new, for FREE, while showing you that we appreciate your business. If you are looking for a monthly coffee delivery service, please go to our coffee subscriptions and select from one of seven subscription plans.
How does it work? For every five pounds you purchase via mail order, you will receive a sixth pound of our Coffee of the Month (COM) for FREE!
Will the COM automatically appear in my cart? Good question! The answer is that you have to do a little bit of the work. Simply add five pounds of your favorite coffee to your cart, then add the COM to your cart and we will take care of the rest.
Oh, and one more thing…. when you add the COM to your cart before you satisfy the 5lb requirement, you will see a charge. Once your cart meets the terms of the program, the price will drop off. If by chance you keep the COM in your cart without satisfying the program’s requirements, you will be charged.
We look forward to serving you and are excited for you to try new coffees that you might not otherwise experience. Happy brewing!
This Guatemala Pacamara Natural is going fast! Pacamara meaning elephant in Spanish due to the size of the beans and natural refers to the fermentation of the coffee cherry flesh (or mucilage) on the bean in order to develop fuity notes. But this is not our only micro-lot, try our Peru Organic Micro-lot.
Grower: Max Perez Finca La Hermosa
Region: Acatenango, Guatemala
Altitude: 1900-2100 masl
Tasting Notes: bakers chocolate, fruity, cherry, cola, blueberry, delicate & aromatic
You asked and we delivered….or we will deliver! Yes, coffee subscriptions are now available at Salt Lake Roasting. As an introductory offer and to celebrate our 40 year anniversary, the first 40 subscribers will receive our introductory pricing for as long as they keep their subscription going. The prices shown are the discounted prices but will increase once we hit our quota.
With over 50 coffees at our roastery, we are excited to roll out this new service. There’s so much to choose from so we tried to simplify things for you.
How does it work? You choose which subscription package you want: Africa, The Americas, Asia and Pacific Rim, our lighter roast or darker roast Proprietary Blends, our Decafs, or let us choose for you with a Roaster’s Choice.
What do I get? Each month, you will receive a rotation of the various coffees in the subscription category selected. Oh and did we mention, our subscriptions are packaged by the pound, compared to the industry’s more common practice of 12 ounces.
Is there a fee to subscribe? NO, not at all. That’s just the way we roll.
Will you charge me shipping with each delivery? Your monthly payment includes the cost of USPS Priority shipping.
Am I locked into this if I don’t like it? You are welcome to cancel at any time and because it is a monthly charge instead of a pay in advance, there will be no need for refunds. We only ask that you cancel 5 business days in advance to ensure you do not receive an unwanted order.