Volcanoes. The name of our new coffee from El Salvador got me thinking about how many of our coffees are grown on or near volcanoes. Our Kona Pahala, of course, but also all our Indonesian coffees, the coffees from Guatemala and Peru and Ecuador. The tropical portion of the “ring of fire” is full of great coffee growing areas. Turning to Africa, our Organic Congo Lake Kivu is also grown on the side of a volcano. What is it about volcanoes that coffee loves so much?Read More
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Black Honey. The name conjures exotic sweets, and we were intrigued when one of our favorite importers told us about the farm she had visited in Costa Rica and the wonderful “black honey”coffee she enjoyed there. Of course we wanted to know more!Read More
Kenya is one of the most desirable coffee origins. Coffee connoisseurs from around the world seek out Kenyan coffee for its lively, bright flavor. A sip of good Kenyan starts with a burst of lemon or citrus. The best coffees from Kenya also have balancing sweetness and richness for a smooth and satisfying cup of coffee.Read More
It's already August and the hottest days of summer are on their way. Keep cool with coffee! Whether you agree with the Chinese and sip it hot to cool off, or prefer it frosty and iced, the Dog Days of Summer are a great time to enjoy your favorite coffee!Read More
This week, we're shining the spotlight on an organic coffee from Chiapas, one of our favorite growing regions in Mexico, Organic Mexico El Triunfo.Read More