90 COFFEE REVIEW. This coffee offers notes of incredibly intense brandied cherry, buttery-smooth mouth feel, medium bodied; complex and spicy with subtle chocolate notes.
This washed coffee is considered the best of Brazil, with a light to medium-body and a smooth flavor with modest acidity. The name refers to the variety of coffee arabica tree on which these beans grow.
Colombia’s highest grade coffee has a full, well-balanced flavor that makes it the most popular coffee in the U.S.
One of the most admired Central American coffees, this full-bodied bean has a robust richness, higher acidity and a smooth, clean finish.
92 COFFEE REVIEW. Lemon acidity, wild strawberry, plum, dark cherry and sweetness are very pronounced in the cup.
One of the most admired washed coffees in the word, Yirgacheffe shows little of the wild qualities of its coffee neighbors. Instead, it’s distinguished by its gentle flavor, fruit-like acidity and distinct flowery brightness.
This balanced blend was crafted to offer a sustainable relationships for two of our coffee partners. Enjoy this cup and know that your purchase has directly made a difference in a coffee growing community!
Your purchase of this Friend2Farmer coffee will help the community by supporting further education, environmental conservation, and higher quality processing standards.
Cupping Notes: Orange and grapefruit acidity with notes of candied pecans, blackberries, and red apple. Clean, lingering finish.
The purchase of this coffee helps fund the sustainability and community efforts put forth by this Fazenda. Tasting Notes: Peanut Butter, Apricot, Honey
The third generation owner of Finca Santa Rosa, Selena Contreras, is dedicated to preserving the integrity of the coffee and the farm. Tasting Notes: Caramel, Honey, Cocoa
In early 2013, we traveled to Costa Rica to search out great coffee to add to our Friend2Farmer lineup. Cupping Notes: Clean, citrus brightness, with caramel, apricot, butter and tea rose notes.
This is a rotating offering that varies in region, elevation, varietal and process. It all hangs on the palate of Jorge Ovalle, one of the youngest Q-graders. Enjoy notes of floral, lemon, cane sugar and cocoa.
This Arabic bean comes from the Finca Medina, which sits within the genuine Antiqua region of Guatemala at approximately 5,000 feet. Certified organic and processed naturally, it brews to a well-rounded cup with hints of citrus and berry. The medium-heavy body has notes of rich chocolate and molasses and finishes cleanly and brightly with a long, winey aftertaste. Medium acidity.
This Indonesian bean displays flavor characteristics similar to other coffees in the area, but usually has a lighter body and slightly higher acidity level—a profile more common to coffees from the Americas.
This coffee grows mainly on small estates along the sides of Mt. Kenya. It has a medium-to-full body, delicate acidity, a smooth wine-like flavor, and an almost blueberry aroma.
This New Guinea offering is favored for the moderately rich medium-body, slight tartness and low-key acidity that distinguishes all of the coffees of the Malay Archipelago and Indonesia.
Coffee from the island of Sulawesi (formerly Celebes) Indonesia, with a rich and complex flavor. It differs from neighboring coffees because of its slightly higher acidity, yet still maintains the full, heavy body and sublime aroma typical of the region.
The most famous of the Indonesian coffees is also among the world’s finest. It has the world’s lowest acidity level along with rich flavor, an extraordinarily full body and distinctly vibrant low key acidity. Also available in a dark roast.
Sumatra Wahana is shade grown in volcanic soils in a Northern region of Sumatra. Enjoy notes of apple, raspberry, honey and raisin in this cup!