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Soar (P.K.A Bond St)

Nutmeg, black cherry, golden syrup.

Size
Quantity

Grind     Whole beans – recommended (grind on demand)
Drip Filter – medium grind
Espresso – very fine grind
Plunger – coarse grind
Stovetop – fine grind
Whole beans – recommended (grind on demand)
Drip Filter – medium grind
Espresso – very fine grind
Plunger – coarse grind
Stovetop – fine grind

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Tasting Notes

Nutmeg, black cherry, golden syrup.

Description

A seasonal blend of microlot coffees, always exploring new ground. Soar to new heights.

Colombia Las Mercedes 50% Cupping Score 85

Varietal
Caturra & Castillo

Varietal

Caturra & Castillo

Altitude
1,750m

Altitude

1,750m

Processing
Washed

Processing

Washed

Las Mercedes has been in the Guerra family since 1960 when Eduardo Guerra Sanchez purchased the farm. Las Mercedes was originally a dairy farm however Don Eduardo's background was in coffee farming and decided to turn some small parcels of land to coffee production while still primarily producing milk. When Don Eduardo's son, Alfonso Guerra Velez took over the farm 20 years later. Las Mercedes manager, the young Juan Carios, is a truly progressive coffee producer; he has set up a cupping lab on his farm and is also a qualified Q grader, which is a rarity as a lot of producers never even have a chance to taste their own coffee.

Ethiopia Banko Gotiti 30% Cupping Score 84

Varietal
Mixed Heirloom

Varietal

Mixed Heirloom

Altitude
1,900m

Altitude

1,900m

Processing
Natural

Processing

Natural

The Banko Gotiti Cooperative in the southern district of Gedeb, Ethiopia is a member of the Yirgacheffe Coffee Union. This is a classic example of a naturally processed Ethiopian, full of juicy summer fruits and creamy milk chocolate.

Colombia La Loma 20% Cupping Score 88

Varietal
Caturra & Castillo

Varietal

Caturra & Castillo

Altitude 
1,750m

Altitude

1,750m

Processing
Natural

Processing

Natural

Finca La Loma was purchased from Alfonso Guerra Velez in 2005 making it the newest farm for the family, however the farm has been producing coffee for over 50 years. La Loma is the smallest farm that the Guerra's own with only 20 hectares of coffee trees planted. This allows them to focus on producing unique coffee's and experimental processing techniques. Don Alfonso's son, Juan Carlos manages the specialty coffee program for their farms and is a truly progressive coffee producer; he has set up a cupping lab on his farm and is also a qualified Q grader.

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