Jasmine blossom, lilac, lemon sugar and white peach
It's our pleasure to present Tsebel - a washed blend of Guji, Typica and Heirloom varieties sourced by the team at Catalyst Trade from smallholders in the Hambela Wamena district of the Guji zone.
We've really been looking forward to bringing some coffees from Catalyst Trade to our menu - they're Ethiopian-American owned, woman-led coffee importers driven by a dedication to sustainability, equality and innovation.
.."everyone who works in coffee deserves to experience the rewards of their labor through increased quality of life and more equitable profit distribution."
Candied cherry, toasted sesame and orange zest
Among the newest in our lineup of coffees is a delicious Bourbon varietal from Los Pirineos farm in El Salvador. Produced by Diego Baraona — a fifth-generation coffee producer carrying on the tradition and legacy of over 130 years of experience cultivated by his family.
We find some truly unique flavors in this coffee - it’s warming, like mulled spices with candied cherry, toasted sesame, and sweet buttery chick-o-stick candies complemented by juicy orange acidity.
Champagne, pink grapefruit, sweet pastry
This coffee won us over at the cupping table; it’s bright, rich, playfully sweet, and dynamic. Brought to the states by our friends at De La Finca Coffee Importers, this lot comes from La Esmeralda - their experimental farm project in La Sampedrama, Comayagua.
A portion of proceeds from this coffee are donated to Educate2Envision, promoting education initiatives and youth scholarships in rural Honduras.