Our Regional Select coffees highlight the unique flavors and characteristics typical in famous coffee regions around the world. This offering comes from Colombia's southwestern department of Nariño. Its bright flavors are the result of humid air which collects in surrounding valleys during warm days and later moves into the mountainside during cool nights.
This lot is comprised of coffees from several smallholder farmers who live near the municipality of Colon Genova near the Ecuador border. A premium is paid to these producers for their hard work which is apparent in the cup.
This light roast is smooth and juicy. Our Nariño profile highlights the bright notes of citrus, cream, and caramelized sugars which are typical from southern Colombian coffees.
Winter Solstice was developed with the season's short days in mind. Sitting 45˚ north of the equator, Montanans know all too well the struggles of ringing alarms hours before the day's first light.
Rich notes of dark chocolate and molasses highlight this blend of certified Organic and Fair Trade coffees ethically sourced from Indonesia and South America.
Last spring while sourcing coffee in Huehuetenango, Guatemala, we discovered this spectacular microlot coffee from producer Vidal Pérez Ambrocio. Vidal owns a 1.5-hectare farm in a small village called Sipacapa in Guatemala's western highlands.
Vidal's farm, Finca El Mirador, is yielding some of the highest scoring coffees in Guatemala while implementing sustainable agriculture techniques like soil conservation and safe gray water processing.
This coffee is a collaboration of all things delicious: rounded body, delightful sweetness, luscious fruit, and melt-in-your-mouth chocolate.
This winter, we're pleased to partner with the Friends of the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center for our seasonal community coffee, First Chair.
First Chair is our tribute to the dedicated riders who rise to predawn alarms to chase untracked pow. Notes of granola, chocolate, and berries highlight a coffee that's perfect for winding drives over mountain passes and sharing thermoses in lift lines.
A portion from every bag sold will be given to the Friends of the GNFAC to ensure they can continue their good work in forecasting and educating southwest Montana's backcountry community.