flavor, gentle, subtle acidity with rich notes of berry and sweetness.
Well-balanced and an aftertaste laced with cocoa flavors.
From a time when the Fresh Prince was fresh, MS Dos 5.0 was
cutting edge technology, Poison was giving you something to believe in, and
fava beans were all the rage, comes a blend to commemorate the beginnings of
Tasting Notes: Chocolate-covered cherries, Strawberries, Syrupy body and sweet finish
American RoastThis is the same coffee as the Inga Aponte Honey but processed differently once picked. This coffee is fully washed.
Inga community is comprised of descendants of the ancient, pre-Hispanic Incas. The Caturra variety has been planted in the Inga territory at an average of 2150 meters above sea level. This elevation, combined with the Galeras Volcano constantly shedding nutrient-rich ash, makes for an exceptionally complex and sweet coffee.
Tasting Notes: Candied Pecan, Peach, Lemon Peel
In the last decade the
mountains have become a safe zone for the Inga tribe, and illegal crops were
eradicated to give way to a new culture: coffee! The Caturra variety has been
planted in the Inga territory at an average of 2150 meters above sea level.
This elevation, combined with the Galeras Volcano constantly shedding
nutrient-rich ash, makes for an exceptionally complex and sweet coffee.
Friend2Farmer Fair Trade Nicaragua Jinotega is a Light Roast purchased from Cooperativa Multisectorial Café de Altura R.L., a coffee growing coop. Mission
statement of Cooperativa Multisectorial Café de Altura R.L. is:
Produce and commercialize high quality coffee,
with honesty, transparency, equity.
Aspire to give a high value to the client and to grow as a cooperative
company in a profitable and sustainable way, in harmony with the environment
and conserving natural resources. Through Crimson Cup’s
purchase of the coops Fair Trade coffee we hope to help the coop meet its
Tasting Notes: Medium Body, Graham Cracker, Citric Acidity
This Friend2Farmer relationship coffee from Julio Arevalo and NARSA is grown by Pedro Cahuana Cconocc, a farmer focused on quality and sustainability. Don Pedro's farm is located three hours away from La Merced, and sits at an average elevation of roughly 1900 meters.
Cupping Notes: Sweet Tea / Lemon / Caramel
David Lopez has
been a leader in his community in El Socorro, Honduras. He allows all local coffee growers to use his wet
mill for free and works tirelessly for the quality of coffee and education that
his community produces.
conducts annual service trips to Honduras to support
David’s efforts and those of his community. We are proud to offer this Friend2Farmer coffee to pursue our shared goal of better coffee and education.
Tasting Notes: Syrupy Body, Caramel, Brown Sugar
Grapefruit-lime acidity, floral and honey notes with a liquor like body and baker's chocolate finish.
Medium RoastIn the Spring of 2015 Crimson Cup paid a visit to the village of Olopa. Impressed with the quality of coffee, the quality of the people and their story of unification, we established a direct trade relationship with the co-op. Tasting Notes: Brown Sugar, Caramel, Toast
Tasting Notes: Floral aromatics with notes of vanilla, fruit, and berry. Clean, mild finish.
Another Friend2Farmer coffee, the El Conquistador is responsibly sourced with an emphasis on better helping the coffee farming communities grow. Your purchase of this coffee will help the community by supporting further education, environmental conservation, and higher quality processing standards.
Orange and grapefruit acidity with notes of candied pecans, blackberries, and red apple. Clean, lingering finish.