Lets Go Brandon Gift Pack
Lets Go Brandon Gift Pack
ORIGIN : Yirgacheffe, Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia Light Roast
VARIETAL : Ethiopian Heirloom
ELEVATION : 1700M
HARVEST : October
Tasting Notes: Lemongrass, Honey, Floral, Black tea.
This single-origin Ethiopian coffee that offers an a sweet, floral aroma and flavor notes as Honey, and black tea this Yirgacheffe coffee is a wet processing washed coffee which grown at elevations from 1,700 to 2,200 meters above sea level, this coffee is the best high grown coffee in southern Ethiopia, an exotic coffee region known for fine coffees in the word. Our partner for sourcing coffees from this region of the world has decades-long relationships that help us to secure quality coffees from community based organizations in Ethiopia.
FARM/LOT NAME: La Chilana Mexico Medium Roast
ORIGIN : Chiapas, Mexico
PRODUCER : Jennifer Pohlenz de Villareal
VARIETAL : Sarchimor, Caturra
ELEVATION : 1300M
TASTING NOTES: Dark & savory, Red berry acidity
Jennifer is the current manager of Finca La Chilana in El Triunfo in the Sierra Madre Occidental in Chiapas Mexico. Her family has been in coffee for over a century and they have been managing this current farm since 1978. They are deeply committed to taking care of the environment and growing coffee in a sustainable way. The Finca La Chilana is proud to offer the highest quality beans of coffee which includes great taste and low acid, making it friendly to the stomach, a delicate sweetness, creating a finely balanced flavor, and persistent yet delicate aroma, which lasts till the last drop
FARM/LOT NAME: Santa Lucia Family Reserve Honduran Dark Roast
ORIGIN : Tres Piños, Comayagua, Honduras
PRODUCER : Raul Rodriguez
VARIETAL : Ih90, Red Catuai
ELEVATION : 1200-1650M
CERTIFICATIONS : Direct trade
HARVEST : December-March
FLAVOR PROFILE: Chocolate, Caramel, Vanilla
Finca Santa Lucia is tucked away in the little village of Tres Piños, over two and half hours away from the nearest city, Comayagua, Honduras. Raul Rodriguez, a third-generation coffee producer, owns and operates the farm and lives there happily with his wife and three dogs. He inherited this farm from his father, Don Ermenegildo Rodriguez—one of the biggest coffee innovators of his time. Having a vision for specialty coffee, his father introduced the world to exotic varietals such as Yellow Bourbon, Typica, and Caturra. Perfectly planted in Montaña de La Choca, a national mountain reserve, Finca Santa Lucia is surrounded by a cloud forest full of exotic wildlife. The well-defined seasons in this region contribute to the high quality of specialty coffees. The rainy season results in beautiful cherries, and the clear, dry season allows the producers to sun-dry their coffee once it is washed. The high altitude, richness of the clay, soil, and warmth of the sun ensure that the integrity and quality of the beans are preserved from beginning to end. This farm employs around 75 pickers during coffee harvest season and 15 permanent workers that live on the farm with their families. As a socially conscious coffee producer, Raul pays his workers the highest salaries in the region. This year, he will donate part of his profits from all of his direct sales to help rebuild the local school that is in dire need of a kitchen and electricity.