Until recently, Mexico was never considered a serious contender in the world of specialty coffee, but recent improvements in quality-control and producer education have drastically improved Mexico’s coffees during the last few years.
We selected this lot from a collective of women producers who are members of the GRAPOS cooperative in Chiapas. A premium was paid to each female member who contributed to this lot with the intention of helping increase their farms' production and community investment.
This shade grown offering captures the flavors of Mexico. This full body coffee is highlighted by strong notes of cocoa, pleasant sugars, and mild acidity.
During the last several years many roasters have transitioned to lighter espresso blends, yet despite this recent fad, we have stayed true to our roots. Today we continue to roast and blend the classic espresso our customers have come to love during the last 20 years.
The bold, rich flavors from our Hellroaring Espresso always finishes with a perfect layer of crema and can stand up to milk and sugar that compliment most espresso drinks.
Our Espresso combines subtle earthy notes from Indonesia with lively flavors from East Africa and South America to create a blend that is bright, full, and well-balanced.
This microlot coffee was sourced from the Songwe region in western Tanzania. Smallholder farmers from the Sombezi Masangula cooperative picked and processed their harvest before this coffee was selected as one of the co-op's highest scoring lots.
This medium-light roast is sweet, smooth, and vibrant. Burnt sugar, honeydew melon, and orange zest highlight the flavor profile of this east African coffee.
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.