This is the first of a series of coffees we're bring in from Guatemala this year. This lot, from producer Josué Morales, is rich with flavors of ripe and overripe fruit.
A classic cup profile for a coffee from Nariño. The seeds are quite hard and dense, encouraging us to be quite aggressive with heat in the roaster. The cup is well-rounded with a citrus acidity, often resembling tangerines.
This lot from Planadas in southern Tolima is soft and supple, brewing well in a variety of settings. Melon and tropical fruit dominate the cup, supported by a coating milk chocolate on the palate.
- San Josué
- Santa Teresita
- Bunde Harmony
Croissant with Benton's Bacon, Egg & Cheddar
Vietnamese Steak & Eggs
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