The first round of cold brews is here! Technically these little white clover flowers are weeds, but to me, they look like flowers on a Saturday morning in the spring (which is sort of what these bottles taste like too).
We spend as much time as possible working with our growers around the world. See what we’ve been up to recently below.
New labels coming for Afficionado roasts
New labels rolling out soon!!! We are really excited about our new bold color palette and the silhouettes of countries representing the origins of each of these beautiful roasts. So excited!
This is a photo of me (Adam) and one of the kids on Augusta Caldarone farm in Colaya, Peru. We happen to be playing on stone beds, which provide a drying method unique to Peru. Typical drying is done on patios made of concrete or terra cotta. With stone beds, the natural granite stays cool at altitude… Read more »
Sourcing coffee with Milford
This is Milford. Earlier this year we went to Kenya, home of some of the best coffee and most wonderful producers we’ve worked with. After a few days sourcing the coffee, Milford took us to Masai Mara. It felt like being in a movie. We made fresh coffee on a blanket in the grass next… Read more »
Coffee cupping with Sam and Coto
Here we are in Guatemala with our dear friends Sam and Coto at a coffee cupping. Sort of like a wine tasting; we do a light roast on the beans (which is why the coffee looks almost like tea in the photo) to expose any possible defects. We swirl it around in the cup, smell… Read more »