You can buy 100 gram sample packs of any of our coffee, which will come with 6 different offerings! These are the perfect touch for a local AirBnb listing or hotel room as a way to introduce your guests to local businesses in Cold Spring.
Colombia Macizo del Guarapas (Single Origin)(SOLD OUT/BACK ORDERED)
Tasting Notes: milk chocolate, sweet and clean
Process: Washed, Patio dried
In southern Huila, about 40 minutes southeast of the town of Pitalito, producers in the municipality of Palestina formed an association that, in honor of the mountain range and river, they named Macizo del Guarapas.
Today, the association consists of 92 farms that are generally between 3 and 5 hectares. Crop density is low in the area, and most farms have fewer than 4,000 trees per hectare. The farms range in altitude from 1,600 to 1,900 meters above sea level and mostly grow Caturra and Colombia, though several grow higher-end varietals including Geisha, Pink Bourbon and Tabi. All of them have extensive shade from local trees like walnut and guayacan.
The area has two rainy seasons that allow for a main crop, from October through January, and a smaller crop between May and July. However, because they're situated on the slope of the great Macizo, and given the high altitude and somewhat cold and rainy microclimate, the coffee trees are unusual here. Instead of a few big flowerings, the trees produce several small flowerings, which causes coffee to be harvested over 10 months of the year.
The time from flowering to picking is 34 to 35 weeks (a couple of weeks longer than is common in most places, as the cool climate requires more time for the cherries to mature). And finally, the yield per hectare is also less than average, given lower density, the colder environment and the extensive shade—though together these are a recipe for a beautiful cup profile. [InterAmerican Coffee]
Tanzania Mbeya (Single Origin)
Tasting Notes: Cocoa Powder, Brown Spice
Process: Washed, sun-dried
This coffee was handpicked by smallholder farmers who are members of the Usongwe, Mwakakum and Umoja wa Songwe cooperatives. Geoffrey George Mbemba lives in the village of Mshewe and is a member of the Mwakakum co-op. He is 30 years old and has been farming for 10 years, since inheriting his 1-acre farm (765 trees) from his father. Geoffrey supports his wife, three children and grandmother with his coffee-production income. Last season he was able to produce 250 kgs of green coffee from his farm, earning more than 1 million Tanzania Shillings (about $440) in profit, which he plans to use, in part, to plant another acre in the coming season. [Genuine Origin]
Decaffeinated Colombia Calle de Cauca (Single Origin)
Tasting Notes: cherry, caramel, cane sugar
Altitude: 1350 to 1750
Located in a biological Conservation Corridor, Valle del Cauca lies between the National Park of Tatama and "serrania de los paraguas". Some years ago, this region was identified by Conservation International as one of the two main conservation corridors in Colombia.
Farmers in this region are strongly aware of the importance of the preservation of natural resources, water management and friendly environmental practices. Valle del Cauca was once a prominent producer of coffee, but much of the land is now dedicated to producing sugar cane.
This coffee was decaffeinated using the Sugarcane Process. The process uses ethyl acetate - an organic compound found in sugar cane - to remove 97% of the caffeine from coffee beans. The process tends to leave a pleasant, sweet flavor.[Genuine Origin]
Indonesia Sulawesi Toraja (Single Origin)
Tasting Notes: Dark Chocolate, Walnut, Raisin & Granola
Process: Wet hulled
Formerly known as Celebes, coffee was introduced into Sulawesi centuries ago by the Dutch East India Company when Indonesia was under Dutch control. The first Typica plants arrived, as coffee production spread throughout Java and Sumatra. This Toraja Grade 1 Sulawesi coffee comes from various small holders. The cherries were double-picked, to remove any physical defects. The additional quality control practice ensures that only ripe red cherries are used. The coffee was then processed using the wet-hulled method (locally called “Giling Basah”), in the same way as other Indonesian coffees. This process helps to give the coffee its classic Sulawesi characteristics. [Genuine Origin]
Papa New Guinea Simbai (Single Origin)[Reserve Series]
Tasting Notes: Dark Chocolate & prune
Simbai Balus Kopi (Simbai Airplane Coffee) comes from the Simbai area, just over the Bismarck Range bordering the Western Highlands Province and Sepik Province. Since all coffee from Simbai is transported via plane, getting Simbai Balus Kopi is not easy. In order to access the supply chain Simbai farmers must bring their coffee to an airstrip; some farmers have a day’s journey from their farm to the airfields. At the airfields, the parchment is weighed, recorded and stored in sheds (which were built by Genuine Origin's sister company). When there is enough coffee for a plane-load our local managers get a charter flight ready. They also organize freight and people for the airstrip for the outbound journey to cover part of the charter cost (usually about $2,000 USD). The coffee is then transported to Mt Hagen where it gains access to our global supply chain. [Genuine Origin]
Kenya AB Lenana (Single Origin)[PANTRY RESERVE]
Tasting Notes: Blackberry, Black Currant, Brown Spice, Maple Syrup
Acidity: Mild with a hint of brightness
Our AB Lenana is a blend of AB grades from traceable sources, both estates and cooperatives, and prepared by our sister company Taylor Winch (Coffee) Ltd in Kenya. The coffee was grown by smallholders, generally with average 200 trees each, who delivered their freshly picked ripe cherries to cooperative wet mills. The AB Lenana was disc pulped, fully fermented and washed, sundried on elevated drying tables. Consolidated parchment volumes were then delievred to dry mills where the parchment was hulled, graded according to size and density, and warehoused and warranted for sale. [Genuine Origin]
Guatemala Huehuetenango (Single Origin)
Tasting Notes: Baker's chocolate and clean
Huehuetenango is the highest and driest of Guatemala's non-volcanic regions. This renowned region owes much to the dry, hot winds that come in from the mountains of Mexico's Tehuantepec plain. The additional heat layers protect Huehuetenango from frost and enable coffee to grow at altitudes of 2,000 masl. Due to the high altitude, nearly all of Huehuetenango's producers process their own coffee. Fortunately, the region has rivers and streams in abundance, so mills can be placed almost anywhere.. [Genuine Origin]
Tasting Notes: Tropical Fruit, Cane Sugar, Green Tea
Haile Gebre owns and operates two farms and a washing station under the Mordecofe name, which is short for ‘Mora Mora River Valley Development Coffee’. The farm is located in the Shakiso ‘woreda’ (administrative district) in Ethiopia's Guji zone about 200 miles from the Kenyan border. In total Haile and his family own roughly 500 hectares of land in Shakiso and have planted 420 hectares with semi-forest coffee. Haile is passionate about many things and cares deeply about the environment.
After a career in the Ethiopian government, Haile left his job and returned home to grow coffee on his family's land in the highland forests of Southern Ethiopia. Haile is passionate about growth on all levels. He believes that, to be successful, his local community in Shakiso, and his customers must also prosper.
Through Mordecofe, Haile and his family work with 300 small-holders to produce high quality, organic coffee. Mordecofe works with these producers to help them increase quality and to face the challenges of coffee farming. In particular he is concerned with the ecosystem, lack of farming education, and limited access to sustainability initiatives. [Genuine Origin]
Colombia Nariño (Single Origin)
Tasting Notes: Milk chocolate, Almond, Cane Sugar
The highest-grown coffee in Colombia is cultivated in Nariño, a small region bordering Ecuador and the Pacific Ocean. Coffee from Nariño can be cultivated at such extreme altitudes (up to 2,300 meters ASL) because it is just one degree north of the equator. Its proximity to the Equator, the amount of hours of sun per day, and huge temperature changes between day and night give Nariño its distinctive flavor. Farms in Nariño are the smallest in Colombia, with an average size under 1 hectare. [Genuine Origin]
Peru Capili (Single Origin)
Tasting Notes: Dark chocolate and cane sugar
Coffee producers in Santo Domingo de la Capilla are very serious about picking only the ripest cherries, so it can take up to five pickings to complete a harvest. After each picking, the cherry is pulped immediately and the parchment is fermented for approximately 12 hours and then washed and dried. While it’s drying on patios it’s turned several times, which helps to achieve the region’s beautiful shade of green. The Producers Farmers here only recently began growing coffee. Until about five years ago, they concentrated primarily on sugarcane, or yonke (pronounced jon-kay). Traditionally, yonke is grown at low altitudes, but these communities had adapted and were cultivating heirloom plants and distilling a popular Peruvian cane liquor. They’ve since been introduced to coffee, which is more profitable — especially in their capable hands — though yonke remains a popular side business.
Santo Domingo de la Capilla — one of 15 districts in the province of Cutervo — has perfect conditions for outstanding coffees: high altitudes (coffee grows at up to 2,000 meters ASL) warm temperatures and abundant rain. The region also has abundant vegetation that the locals are serious about conserving. This has directly influenced la Capilla’s microclimate, which creates more precipitation than other coee-producing regions in Cajamarca and enormously benefits the producers. [Genuine Origin]
Honduras La Honurena (Single Origin)
Tasting Notes: Chocolate, caramel, & almond
La Hondurena is a woman-farm coffee from Honduras. This lot was produced in cooperation with the International Women's Coffee Alliance (IWCA) and was carefully selected from small holders of the Asociacion De Mujeres Procesadoras De Cafe La Labor (AMPROCAL) and two small independent producers of Finca Pashapa El Mason and Finca Gaby [Genuine Origin]
Pantry Freeze Dried Instant Coffee - Building the Dream (BACK ORDERED)
Tasting Notes: chocolate, chocolate & more chocolate
This pantry signature blend has been preserved in time by freeze drying. The resulting solubles are ready for you to enjoy a cup anywhere!
Each box comes with 6 sachets of the pantry's freeze dried coffee.Use filtered water (boiled, warm or cold) depending on preference and add8-10oz of water for every sachet.Stir.Adjust flavor ratio for your personal tastes.
Great for camping, avoiding using the grinder when the kids are sleeping, and all other scenarios where you want a hassle free way of making coffee.
This product is sold out/back ordered and we will notify you when it is available again.
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