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Available in 12 oz bags only. 


COPACABANA TOUR REPORT
Located in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copacabana beach is one of the most famous in the world. This famous beach is brimming with authentic eats, lavish accommodations and the beautiful beach sidewalk made with black & white mosaic tiles. Beware, less is more when it comes to swimwear!

100% Arabica, single origin. This Brazilian coffee brews complexity at its finest. With each cup, enjoy rich chocolate and nutty combination delivering a flavor similar to German Chocolate Cake with a hint of vanilla as it finishes. This medium-dark roast coffee is about as smooth as it gets.

 

HAWK'S NEST TOUR REPORT

Located in Upstate New York is a serpentine road that offers astonishing twists, rolling curves and breathtaking scenic views. On one side of the road is hand-laid stonework walls and on the opposite is the Delaware River. This is known to be “New York’s Windiest Road”.

 

100% Arabica, single origin. This is one of the smoothest, most balanced coffee you'll experience with a hint of nutty. This is a Direct Trade coffee and purchased directly from the coffee farm in Guatemala. We ensure you are drinking ethically sourced coffee, farmers are fairly treated and compensated, fresh green coffee from the current crop season and you know exactly where this coffee is coming from. Bethel is Kafetos family owned coffee farm, located in the highlands on the border of Guatemala and Honduras (4,000+ ft above sea level). Due to the climate, clay and metamorphic volcanic soils provide the perfect conditions for a distinct acidity and good body.

 

CABOT TRAIL TOUR REPORT

Located in Nova Scotia, Canada in the Cape Breton Highlands, the Cabot Trail is considered one of the world’s most scenic destinations. Rising up from the sea and clinging to the mountains, the 180-mile Cabot Trail is a winding mix of roadway, iconic lighthouses and stunning beauty that takes you from unreal ocean vistas to quaint fishing villages.

 

100% Arabica, single origin. The Andes Mountains run through the department of Huila, Colombia, which is also home to the Nevado del Huila volcano. The area's resulting mineral-rich soil and microclimates contribute to a celebrated cup profile that's typically juicy, fruity and complex, with a rich, full body. These small farms are planted in mostly Caturra, and processing is of the traditional method. Producers all use manual, hand-cranked depulping machines to remove the cherry from the beans. And they use raised beds for drying the coffee, which creates ideal air circulation and even drying.


In short, the Cabot Trail is a Colombian classic, bold, rich and chocolatey. It’s a fantastic cup of coffee for watching the sun go down the horizon.

 

OUR PROMISE

To guarantee freshness and quality, we roast-to-order. We care about where our beans come from, their impact on the environment, the people that produce them, and the quality of the coffee that end up in your mug every morning, afternoon, and evening.

The America Collection

$48.00 Regular Price
$45.00Sale Price
  • Roast Medium Dark Roast
    Flavor Profile Chocolate, Nutty, Smooth
    Country of Origin Brazil
    Region Cerrado, Colombia
    Elevation 650–1650
    Processing Natural
    Drying Method Dried in the sun

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