meticulously roasted, single origin coffee in Pontiac, Michigan.
Colombia -Castillo, Caturra
Sweet and syrupy with tangy acidity; caramel, brown sugar, apple and grapefruit flavor with a basil aftertaste.
Colombian coffee is among the most recognizable and most dynamic in the world, with multiple growing
regions whose distinct yet consistently crowd-pleasing profiles reflect the various microclimates that
exist in this large country. We source workhorse coffees from various of these growing regions, looking for
a cup that contains a nice balance of sweetness, fruity effervescence, and a foundation of cocoa and/or
Ethiopia-Haro Wachu, Uraga, Guji
Very sweet with juicy fruit acidity and a creamy mouthfeel; lots of fruity and floral flavors with lemon, grape, caramel, cane sugar and citrus fruits.
Layo Taraga Washing Station was founded in the year 2000, and serves 500 smallholder farms, each of
whom owns about 1/2 hectare of land in the area around Haro Wachu town in the Uraga District.
According to the washing station manager, this lot is a selection of Bourbon variety coffees.
For the Washed coffees, the cherry is sorted after delivery before being depulped and fermented
underwater for 48–72 hours. Then the coffee is washed, and gets another soak that lasts 8–16 hours
before being dried on raised beds for 9–12 days, on average.