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In the past few weeks we've rolled into our newest Kenya offering: Kenya Gititu! A lot of work goes into releasing a new coffee, so we wanted to take this chance to give a little behind-the-scenes into the roasting process.

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The Hario V60 has become one of the most popular manual coffee brewers available, and for good reason! For starters, the V60 can brew an amazing cup of coffee due to its unique design, which allows coffee to escape through both the sides of the brewer and the bottom. This helps create an even coffee extraction for your brew. The V60 gains bonus points for being simple and easy to clean up. Whether you are a manual coffee brewing beginner, home-brewing coffee expert, or barista, you can expect to cross paths with the V60 at some point. What You Need...

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When the weather turns each fall, dark roasts can be the ultimate comfort coffee. Dark Roasts might share a general roast style in common, but there's a whole range of different flavors to explore between coffees. We're proud of the work we've put into our range of dark roasts - here's a quick guide! Roast Styles: "Medium-Dark" and "Dark" Each Fazenda coffee has a roast style designated on the label: Light, Medium, Medium-Dark, or Dark. Our "Medium-Dark" offerings are generally roasted closer to the "Medium" than the "Dark" end of the roast spectrum, but hit a lot of the same...

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What makes a coffee taste unique is more than just how & where it was grown - what happens after it's picked (the "processing" stage) has a huge impact on the aromas, flavors & characteristics off the final cup. We want to take a quick dive into a novel method called the "Honey Process"! Want to try a Honey Process Coffee? Check out our current offering, Costa Rica Rinconcito! What exactly is "Coffee Processing"? To understand what makes a "Honey Process" coffee, it's helpful to have a basic understanding of how coffee is grown and the two dominant styles of...

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Colombia is our most popular single origin "house" coffee for most of our wholesale customers, and for good reason. Colombian coffees can have all the vibrant, rich fruit flavors of specialty grade coffee, but without sacrificing approachability & drinkability. We spent the better part of this year planning around bringing an updated & improved Colombia to our offerings, and are excited to introduce La Estrella del Ostro this fall! Coffee in Colombia Coffee first came to Colombia in the late 18th century by way of colonialism (the same way coffee was spread through most of the world outside of East...

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