El Salvador Finca Don Jaimie

Roaster: Dessert Oasis

Region: Las Tablas, Chalatenango

Farmer: Jaime Guevara

Varietal: Pacas

Processing: Honey

Tasting: Pineapple, Lime, Caramel

 

Back Story:

This honey-processed coffee produces a surprisingly clean cup with a super diverse flavor profile. There are tons of tropical fruits, berries, lime, florals, raspberry, passionfruit, and even grapefruit. Dessert Oasis had trouble narrowing it down to three tasting notes for the label. A perfect spring coffee after a long winter.

Kenya AA Gikirima

Roaster: Dessert Oasis

Region: Embu

Farmer: Gikirima Farmers

Varietal: SL-28, SL-34

Processing: Washed

Tasting: Tamarind, Apricot, Cane Sugar

 

Back Story: 

This washed process Kenya comes from the Gikirima farmers in the Embu region, on the slopes of mount Kenya. The lot consists of SL-28 and SL-34 variety coffees. Look for tasting notes of Tamarind, Apricot and Cane sugar.

Natural Burundi Masha

Origin Region
Africa

Country of Origin
Burundi

Region
Kayanza-Gatare

Farm
Masha Washing Station; Small Lot Farmers

Cultivar
Red Bourbon

Elevation
1670 Meters

Process
Natural

Roaster
Hyperion

Tasting Notes
Mango, Berry, Grape, Strawberry, Chocolate

Other Notes
This coffee comes from the Masha Washing Station in Burundi and is 100% bourbon cultivar. Currently Hyperion offers the same coffee with one being put through the natural process and the other through the washed process. The one we have currently is naturally processed. This is a great opportunity to taste what fermentation alone does to alter a coffee’s characteristics and flavors.

Java Taman Dadar

Origin Region
Asia

Country of Origin
Java, Indonesia

Region
Curah Tatal and Kayumas, Eastern Java

Farm
Smallholder Farmers

Cultivar
S795 (A Typica hybrid)

Elevation
884-1,585 meters

Process
Wet Hulled, sun dried on bamboo mats

Roaster
Espresso Elevado

Tasting Notes
Baker’s Chocolate, bourbon, hickory, nutmeg, clove, caramelized orange acidity.

Other Notes
Roasted medium-dark for those that enjoy a bolder cup and something to stand up to rich, creamy desserts. Taman Dadar means “flower garden” and describes the way the coffee plants are colorfully grown among other native plants. This coffee is grown by smallholder farmers in the villages of Curah Tatal and Kayumas on the ljen Plateau in eastern Java. The farmers have utilized organic farming techniques for generations and are organic certified. We are using it in our Turkish Coffee brewing method. Enjoy!

Brazil Mogiana

Origin Region
South America

Country of Origin
Brazil

Region
Mogiana

Farm
Co-op in Bahia

Cultivar
Bourbon, Catuai, Mundo Novo, Pacamara

Elevation
700-1350 meters

Process
Natual/Dry

Roaster
The North Star Coffee Company

Tasting Notes
Chocolate, Nutty, Aromatic

Other Notes
You’d be hard pressed to find a cleaner, more reliable cup of coffee. With notes of sweet chocolate and nuttiness, this coffee from the Mogiana region embodies the best of Brazilian coffees. It’s easy-drinking and perfect no matter how you brew your morning, afternoon, or late night cup.