Guatemala – Ixlama Huehuetenango (icks-la-muh) (way-way-ten-ango)
Tasting Notes: Blackberry, Soft spices, Wine, Melon
Notes on the Beans: This spring we’re featuring a Guatemala on espresso for the first time. This coffee is extremely sweet and will be a perfect complement to the upcoming sunny weather. We wanted something vibrant on espresso to bring life and excitement back after a dreary winter by adding a little extra pop of sweetness.
Brewing Recommendations: We recommend a brew temp 202-205 F in the vessel of your choice.
Brazil – Primavera Topazio (toe-poz-ee-o)
Tasting Notes: Milk Chocolate, Lemon, Honey
Notes on the Beans: Ah, the Topazio…this coffee is all anyone could ever want in a balanced, milk-chocolatey everyday cup of coffee. Super smooth and so easy to drink, it really doesn’t get any better than this. This bean will make an extremely pleasant coffee that’s balanced and perfect.
Brewing Recommendations: Brew it any way you’d like at around 201-204 F. In our shop, you’ll be able to try this coffee on drip.
Colombia – Las Montanas (EA Decaf)
Tasting Notes: Cocoa, Black Cherry, Lemon
Notes on the Beans: This coffee will be a special treat for our decaf lovers! When we first tasted this coffee, we almost forgot we were tasting decaf. The cherry and citrus notes are soft but recognizable and the cocoa finish really gives this coffee a well-rounded taste. If you’re looking for the best decaf around, this one is hard to beat.
Brewing Recommendations: Brews well through paper filter brewers. Recommended brew temp is around 202-205 F.
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