Peak Season for Latin American Coffees

Sep 1, 2011   //   by admin   //   Blog, Coffee  //  No Comments

This is the time of year that the finest Latin American coffees reach our shop.  The harvest season has ended, the coffee has rested, and now it is arriving at the coffee roaster to be made into deliciousness for our baristas to brew for you!  The new coffees we have in stock highlight a variety of growing regions and varietals, a few are listed below:

There is Los Caleros from Metapan, El Salvador that will leave the taste of toffee on your tastebuds

Buenavista, grown at some of the highest elevations just outside of Antigua, Guatemala, provides the quintessential Latin American flavor profile of creamy milk chocolate.

Costa Rica Santa Rosa.  Growing at a towering elevation of 1900 meters means this coffee took a while to ripen.  All that time allowed the coffee cherry to develop a bounty of sugars that are evident the minute you take a sip.

Other fresh coffees new to our shop:  Costa Rica Herbazu and Ethiopia Mordecofe (direct trade & organic)
Be sure to inquire with your barista about sampling these selections via the Chemex brew method.

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