Serve Coffee Single Origin Select Gift Subscription
This subscription features 2 - 12 oz bag of freshly roasted, single origin coffees.
This is our chance to feature coffees from our award winning producers and friends and for you to enjoy a variety of coffees from the world of coffee.
We design this subscription so that every six months you will receive one selection from one of our four award winning producers. To cover the top growing regions of the world, we add a top Ethiopian Natural and Asian coffee. Also look for a good mix of cultivars and processing methods.
Your coffee will be roasted in a Giesen roaster, then sent USPS Priority mail.
Sample coffees include:
Honduras Siguatepeque Buen Pastor
Tasting notes: Fruit fragrance with peach notes. Creamy long aftertaste and really complex.
Buen Pastor won Honduras' Cup of Excellence in 2007 with coffees scoring over 92. When we visited Stanley last year, we expressed interest in this Catuai coffee grown under banana and peach trees adjacent to the plot that won the Cup of Excellence years ago. After Stanley harvested this coffee, Beneficio San Vincente's Benjamin Paz processed it for us.
We are grateful to be able to work with Stanley Yoder as he both restores this beautiful coffee farm and also supports a local orphanage.
Nicaragua Luis Baladerez
(Luis has hand selected several coffees for us, so this is just one example of what you may receive.)
Region: Nueva Segovia
Farm: Luis Alberto Balladarez Moncada's Finca La Bendicion
Altitude: 1,550 - 1,800 meters
Processing method: Washed on the farm and sun dried at dry mill
Varietals: Pacamara Honey
Tasting notes: Bright fruit, chocolate, and floral flavors with a red apple acidity and a medium body.
We are pleased to be able to offer this coffee from the 2018 first place Cup of Excellence competition winner and from the farm of our fiend, Luis Alberto Balladarez Moncada. A red pacamara from this farm won this year's Nicaragua Cup of Excellence competition. Congratulations, Luis!
Guatemala Aurelio Villatoro
Producer: Aurelio Villatoro and Family
Processing method: Fully washed, sun dried
Varietals: Catuai, Caturra
Tasting notes: Sweet with notes of chocolate and stone fruit.
Sixty years ago, Felipe Martinez planted churches in Huehuetenango's San Pedro Necta valley. Today we are pleased to have this is coffee from one of the world's top growing regions available for you.
The Villatoro family have been producing coffee for generations, and this family of 12 siblings is consistently represented in the Guatemala Cup of Excellence competition. In fact, in the 2018 competition, one of family's coffees placed in th
Burundi Nkonge Hills Long Miles
Region: Nkonge Hill
Farm: Cooperative of small farmers
Altitude: 2100 meters
Processing method: Washed
Tasting Notes: Bright floral flavors. lemon, raspberry, and a cherry blossom finish. "Chocolate, grape, hazelnut with a syrupy body."
This coffee is the result of the dream of the Ben Carlson family, a family "passionate about producing amazing coffee and caring for the well-being of the coffee farmers who grow it." Their Long Miles Coffee Project is helping build a strong coffee sector in one of the poorest countries in the world.
Award winning producers. Top origins. Artisan roasted. Enjoy!
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