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JULY 1 - 31st
(Single Origin - Brazil)

If you're a fan of Brazilian coffee, rejoice! PDC hails from the Cerrado Mineiro region of Brazil, known for producing some of the finest coffee in the world. This particular lot is fully traceable and certified as part of the Regiao Cerrado Mineiro Designation of Origin program, which guarantees that it was grown on a farm in an area that is renowned for its unique combination of climate, soil, terrain, and elevation. So when you brew a cup of PCD, you can be confident that you're enjoying coffee at its finest.

The PDC is creamy, full bodied, very sweet, and has a mellow acidity. Across various roast levels we tasted chocolate, toasted almond, peanut butter, molasses, and dried cherry. This is an exceptional coffee for espresso, as it will produce a syrupy shot with a thick layer of crema and lots of sweetness. We also love it as a smooth and chocolatey drip coffee.
(Single Origin- Colombia)

From Tolima, Columbia and produced by ASOPEP, one of the most professionalized cooperatives in the region offering consistent, world-class coffees year after year.

This recent arrival of the MDC from the ASOPEP cooperative exhibits these attributes: a lasting sweetness across all roast levels, a balanced acidity, and a juicy body. Lighter roasts are bright and sweet with notes of tangerine, tart cherry, caramel, honey, and toasted hazelnut. Darker roast styles display a deeper sweetness and muted acidity with notes of molasses, semi-sweet chocolate, burnt sugar, and sweet pipe tobacco.
(Single Origin- Costa Rica)

Alberto Guardia began growing coffee at Hacienda Sonora in the 1970’s. The 100-hectare farm sits at the foot of the active Poás Volcano in Costa Rica’s Central Valley. Sonora has a well-earned reputation for producing quality micro-lots featuring specific varietal and processing separation. This honey processed lot is made up entirely of the Obata variety, which is a cross between Villa Sarchi and Timor coffee varieties.

The OH Costa Rica is complex, syrupy, and has layers of sweetness. Lighter roasts are bright and nuanced, with notes of orange marmalade, praline, and tropical fruit. Darker roasts are syrupy and thick, exhibiting notes of milk chocolate, toasted walnut and spice. This coffee is excellent as a pour-over, but would also work very well as a sweet and balanced single-origin espresso.


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