Some nerds make a most delightful video on a pourover controversy. Genießen!!
We have a few more coffees coming next week; you should see them on our shelves by Friday.
Ethiopia Sidama Bonko
Ethiopia Limu Nigusie Lemma (dry processed)
Rwanda Remera Nyarusiza
Papua New Guinea Kimel AA
Colombia Los Galapones (Manuel Santacruz)
The last coffee in particular, I am excited about. Colombia has pioneered a program that allows farmers to micromill their coffee and sell it separately from pooled lots. Within this system, farms as small as a few hectares can sell their coffee through traceable means. The benefit of this is the individual landowning farmer can market and sell their coffee and reap the profits directly. This is a great program and unlike co-operatives, encourages smallholder land ownership.
We also have one last roast of Sumatra Blue Batak remaining as well as one last roast of Rwanda Rushashi - they will be on our shelves this weekend, so if you loved these coffees, now is your last chance!
Once upon a time I was a prolific blogger…. then i started a coffeebar.
4 years later, I’ve started a roastery, and the whole coffee thing is new to me, all over again. I’ve been finding with the advent of roasting, I once again have stuff to share!