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    Eiser Carranza
    Eiser Carranza Baca

    Azafrán

    $0.00

    Cupping notes
    Yummy notes on their way.

    Coffee bio

    Origin
    Circasia, Quindío, Colombia

    Producer

    Ana María Donneys

    Farm

    La Paloma

    Varietal

    Caturra

    Process

    Natural Anaerobic

    Elevation

    1450 masl.

    Arrival

    Apr 2024

    Size lbs

    154.3

    Quantity available

    10 units at CTI, NJ
    0 units at DPU, TX
    0 units at YR, FL
    Price / lb
    8.90

    $0.00
    Azafrán
    Azafrán

    Azafrán

    $0.00

    Cupping notes
    Yummy notes on their way.

    Coffee bio

    Origin
    Circasia, Quindío, Colombia

    Producer

    Ana María Donneys

    Farm

    La Paloma

    Varietal

    Caturra

    Process

    Natural Anaerobic

    Elevation

    1450 masl.

    Arrival

    Apr 2024

    Size lbs

    154.3

    Quantity available

    10 units at CTI, NJ
    0 units at DPU, TX
    0 units at YR, FL
    Price / lb
    8.90

    $0.00
    Washed Anaerobic
    Washed Anaerobic

    Washed Anaerobic

    $0.00

    Cupping notes
    Yummy notes on their way.

    Coffee bio

    Origin
    Circasia, Quindío, Colombia

    Producer

    Ana María Donneys

    Farm

    Primavera

    Varietal

    Caturra & Castillo

    Process

    Washed Anaerobic

    Elevation

    1600 masl.

    Arrival

    Apr 2024

    Size lbs

    154.3

    Quantity available

    10 units at CTI, NJ
    0 units at DPU, TX
    0 units at YR, FL
    Price / lb
    5.90

    $0.00
    Wine Honey
    Wine Honey

    Wine Honey

    $0.00

    Cupping notes
    Yummy notes on their way.

    Coffee bio

    Origin
    Circasia, Quindío, Colombia

    Producer

    Ana María Donneys

    Farm

    Villa Libia

    Varietal

    Caturra

    Process

    Honey Anaerobic

    Elevation

    1550 masl.

    Arrival

    Apr 2024

    Size lbs

    154.3

    Quantity available

    10 units at CTI, NJ
    0 units at DPU, TX
    0 units at YR, FL
    Price / lb
    8.90

    $0.00
    Fernando Montoya and Juan Puerta at La Sirena Farm
    Spumm

    Spumm

    $0.00

    Cupping notes
    Roses, Sparkling White Wine, Lemonade.

    Coffee bio

    Origin
    Armenia, Quindío, Colombia

    Producer

    Juan Puerta

    Farm

    Sens Coffee x Finca La Sirena

    Varietal

    Castillo

    Process

    Honey

    Elevation

    1386 masl.

    Arrival

    Jan 2024

    Size lbs

    77.2

    Quantity available

    0 units at CTI, NJ
    0 units at DPU, TX
    8 units at YR, FL
    Price / lb
    9.50

    $0.00
    Hazel Juliana Guevara
    Hazel Juliana Guevara

    Hazel Juliana Guevara

    $0.00

    Cupping notes
    Grapefruit Blossom, Ginger, Lemon-Lime Soda, Cardamom.

    Coffee bio

    Origin
    La Argentina, Huila, Colombia

    Producer

    Hazel Juliana Guevara

    Farm

    La Terraza

    Varietal

    Chiroso

    Process

    Washed

    Elevation

    1900 masl.

    Arrival

    Jan 2024

    Size lbs

    77.2

    Quantity available

    0 units at CTI, NJ
    0 units at DPU, TX
    11 units at YR, FL
    Price / lb
    7.50

    $0.00
    Farm El Ocaso
    Santiago Patiño

    Santiago Patiño

    $0.00

    Cupping notes
    Gin, Cacao, Dragon Fruit, Purple Flower.

    Coffee bio

    Origin
    Palestina, Salento, Quindio

    Producer

    Santiago Patiño

    Farm

    El Ocaso

    Varietal

    Caturrón

    Process

    Natural Anaerobic

    Elevation

    1850 masl.

    Arrival

    Jan 2024

    Size lbs

    77.2

    Quantity available

    0 units at CTI, NJ
    0 units at DPU, TX
    9 units at YR, FL
    Price / lb
    12.50

    $0.00
    El Ocaso farm
    Santiago Patiño

    Santiago Patiño

    $0.00

    Cupping notes
    Rosé, Raspberry, Mandarin, Watermelon Candy.

    Coffee bio

    Origin
    Palestina, Salento, Quindio

    Producer

    Santiago Patiño

    Farm

    El Ocaso

    Varietal

    Papayo

    Process

    Natural Anaerobic

    Elevation

    1850 masl.

    Arrival

    Dec 2024

    Size lbs

    77.2

    Quantity available

    0 units at CTI, NJ
    0 units at DPU, TX
    9 units at YR, FL
    Price / lb
    12.50

    $0.00
    German Carranza Lot Amazon
    Germán Carranza Barbosa - Lot Amazonas

    Germán Carranza Barbosa – Lot Amazonas

    $0.00

    Cupping notes
    Coffee Blossom, Lemon-Lime Soda, Baking Spices.

    Coffee bio

    Origin
    Gracias A Dios, Amazonas, Perú

    Producer

    Germán Carranza Barboza

    Farm

    El Bebedero

    Varietal

    Marsellesa, Bourbon, Castillo

    Process

    Washed

    Elevation

    1650 masl.

    Arrival

    Oct 2023

    Size lbs

    152.1

    Quantity available

    15 units at CTI, NJ
    0 units at DPU, TX
    11 units at YR, FL
    Price / lb
    5.40
    ASERMA Coop.
    Sourcing from Germán Carranza Barboza

    This coffee comes from Germán’s farm named El Bebedero, located in the scenic village Gracias a Dios, in the Peruvian department Amazonas.
    Our relationship with German and his family started in 2019, which has allowed our business trips to origin to turn into visits with friends.
    We’ve had the pleasure of visiting El Bebedero three times now, with Germán and his beautiful family as our hosts. We’ve walked among his healthy trees across the different plots in the farm, his new processing infrastructure and chatted plenty about his plans for future experimental fermentation and expansion. Having purchased as much as we could since 2019, we’ve seen growth not only in the cup scores and quality year after year, but also as a visionary leader among his family and community.

    Peru is a coffee power house and we believe it does not yet get the recognition it totally deserves! It is often an origin associated with lower quality Fair Trade, or washed “blender” coffees. But Peru is an incredibly diverse landscape with micro climates all throughout where producers are doing amazing things and working to show that they have so much more to offer. Germán Carranza and his family are some of those producers who are pushing the boundaries and we are really excited to see what they will offer in the harvests to come.

    $0.00
    La Coipa
    La Coipa Community

    La Coipa Community

    $0.00

    Cupping notes
    Dark Chocolate, Caramel, Starfruit.

    Coffee bio

    Origin
    La Coipa, Cajamarca, Perú

    Producer

    3 Producers from Barro Negro

    Farm

    3 Allied Farms from Barro Negro

    Varietal

    Typica, Caturra, Pache, Catimor, Bourbon

    Process

    Washed

    Elevation

    1800 - 1850 masl.

    Arrival

    Oct 2023

    Size lbs

    152.1

    Quantity available

    9 units at CTI, NJ
    25 units at DPU, TX
    1 units at YR, FL
    Price / lb
    4.50
    ASERMA Coop.
    Sourcing from 3 Producers from Barro Negro

    La Coipa Community lot owes its name to the region where it grows. This blend is made up of three producers whom we had the pleasure of meeting personally. They manage small family farms ranging in size from 3 to 5 hectares.

    About this blend

    After the harvest, the producer delivers their coffee in parchment to our friend Eric from Alpes Andinos, a growers’ association headquartered in Jaén, Cajamarca, about 90 minutes down the mountain from La Coipa. Alpes Andinos is in charge of classifying the coffees and pointing them in the appropriate destination.

    The coffees that make up this blend were collected and selected for their consistency and size. In this instance, the profile is very relevant since they must be very similar in order to be compatible for blending.

    The blend itself is the product of art, in that the blending of coffees includes multiple variables to manage. It’s the result of cupping of a lot of coffees delivered by the producers of the same region. This is complemented with the deep understanding Eric has of the profiles of each producer and their origin; their farms and realities. The goal is to have a consistent product with the end consumer in mind. It is in this last part where the articulation with Yellow Rooster is key to find what the roasting community expects in a blend.

    In this community lot from La Coipa the varieties Caturra, Bourbon, Typica, and Pache all together give us as a result a unique and representative profile of La Coipa where notes of Chocolate, Caramel and Starfuit stand out.

    Participants of this blend

    NameFarmSizeVariety
    Elmer CruzEl Bosque5HaCaturra, Bourbon
    Esperanza CoronadoLas Fresas4HaTypica, Pache
    Segundo CoronadoLa Loma3HaTypica, Pache

    $0.00
    Ronal Carranza Montenegro - Perú
    Ronal Carranza Montenegro

    Ronal Carranza Montenegro

    $0.00

    Cupping notes
    Rosé, Kombucha, Grapefruit.

    Coffee bio

    Origin
    Gracias A Dios, Amazonas, Perú

    Producer

    Ronal Carranza Montenegro

    Farm

    El Pajonal

    Varietal

    Red Bourbon

    Process

    Natural

    Elevation

    1700 - 1800 masl.

    Arrival

    Oct 2023

    Size lbs

    152.1

    Quantity available

    0 units at CTI, NJ
    3 units at DPU, TX
    3 units at YR, FL
    Price / lb
    6.50

    $0.00
    German Carranza Gesha
    Germán Carranza Barboza - Lot 2 -

    Germán Carranza Barboza – Lot 2 –

    $0.00

    Cupping notes
    Strawberry, Orange Zest, Fresh Mint.

    Coffee bio

    Origin
    Gracias A Dios, Amazonas, Perú

    Producer

    Germán Carranza Barboza

    Farm

    El Bebedero

    Varietal

    Gesha

    Process

    Natural

    Elevation

    1650 masl.

    Arrival

    Oct 2023

    Size lbs

    152.1

    Quantity available

    0 units at CTI, NJ
    3 units at DPU, TX
    0 units at YR, FL
    Price / lb
    13.00
    ASERMA Coop.
    Sourcing from Germán Carranza Barboza

    This coffee comes from Germán’s farm named El Bebedero, located in the scenic village Gracias a Dios, in the Peruvian department Amazonas.
    Our relationship with German and his family started in 2019, which has allowed our business trips to origin to turn into visits with friends.
    We’ve had the pleasure of visiting El Bebedero three times now, with Germán and his beautiful family as our hosts. We’ve walked among his healthy trees across the different plots in the farm, his new processing infrastructure and chatted plenty about his plans for future experimental fermentation and expansion. Having purchased as much as we could since 2019, we’ve seen growth not only in the cup scores and quality year after year, but also as a visionary leader among his family and community.

    Peru is a coffee power house and we believe it does not yet get the recognition it totally deserves! It is often an origin associated with lower quality Fair Trade, or washed “blender” coffees. But Peru is an incredibly diverse landscape with micro climates all throughout where producers are doing amazing things and working to show that they have so much more to offer. Germán Carranza and his family are some of those producers who are pushing the boundaries and we are really excited to see what they will offer in the harvests to come.

    $0.00
    Cooperativa de Anserma
    Cooperativa de Anserma

    Cooperativa de Anserma

    $0.00

    Cupping notes
    Baker's Chocolate, Red Apple, Rye.

    Coffee bio

    Origin
    Risaralda, Caldas, Colombia

    Producer

    2046 associated producers from Anserma Coop.

    Farm

    Various (Caldas department)

    Varietal

    Castillo

    Process

    Washed

    Elevation

    1400 - 1900 masl.

    Arrival

    Oct 2023

    Size lbs

    154.3

    Quantity available

    160 units at CTI, NJ
    0 units at DPU, TX
    66 units at YR, FL
    Price / lb
    4.25
    ASERMA Coop.
    Sourcing from 2046 associated producers from Anserma Coop.

    Nestled among the majestic mountains of western Caldas, a remarkable community of 2,046 small coffee growers diligently cultivate a product that embodies the finest environmental and social practices. Their commitment to excellence yields a coffee of unparalleled quality, boasting exquisite flavor, balanced acidity, rich body, and captivating aroma.

    Established in 1967, the Coffee Growers Cooperative of Anserma stands as a beacon of collective strength and social responsibility. From its inception, this non-profit association has championed the interests of its members, ensuring that their livelihoods are safeguarded. Throughout the years, the cooperative has amassed a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the realm of coffee marketing, positioning itself as a formidable force in the industry. Anserma’s operations extend across various municipalities, including Anserma, Risaralda, San José, Belalcázar, and Viterbo.

    At the core of Anserma’s vision lies a resolute mission: to efficiently market coffee and other agricultural products, while fostering the democratic and participatory integration of its coffee growers. They strive to nurture human talent, create value, and provide enhanced services to their members, their families, and the wider community.

    To fulfill this mission, the Coffee Growers Cooperative of Anserma has meticulously crafted a range of programs designed to uplift and empower their associated coffee growers. These initiatives span a diverse spectrum, including soil analysis to optimize crop health, honey water systems to promote sustainable farming practices, machinery repairs to ensure operational efficiency, provision of personal protective equipment for the safety of workers, and the installation of septic systems, among other essential endeavors.

    $0.00
    Panela Sticky
    Panela Sticky

    Panela Sticky

    $0.00

    Cupping notes
    Sweet, Bright, Lemon, Cherry, Tamarind, Horchata.

    Coffee bio

    Origin
    Acevedo, Huila, Colombia

    Producer

    José Giraldo from Café 1959

    Farm

    El Diamante

    Varietal

    Pink Bourbon

    Process

    Double Washed, Three-Stage Anaerobic

    Elevation

    1800 masl.

    Arrival

    Oct 2023

    Size lbs

    77.2

    Quantity available

    15 units at CTI, NJ
    0 units at DPU, TX
    12 units at YR, FL
    Price / lb
    10.00
    ASERMA Coop.
    Sourcing from José Giraldo from Café 1959

    José Giraldo is a third generation coffee producer. He is a talented young guy who discovered alongside his dad that good coffee, needs good soil. This is how in just 4 years they turned their farm from commercial to specialty with truly remarkable results.

    Finca El Diamante is the home where Panela Sticky is grown. Located in the south of Huila, this Pink Bourbon grows at 1750 masl. and forms part of a Café 1959 program to process cherries from different farms. For this coffee they partnered with El Diamante to collaborate and co-create a sweet, clean, bright, and easy to drink coffee.

    Panela Sticky Recipe
    Coffee cherries are collected in the ripest stage when there is a ripe pink color (22 Brix degrees), the same reason the variety is called Pink Bourbon. It is theorized that it is actually a cross mutation between native Ethiopian accension and bourbon plants. Some characteristics of Pink Bourbon are good production, beautiful pink ripening and the sweetest mucilage you can imagine. Pink bourbon has the perfect level of sweetness for pursuing the creation of Panela Sticky.

    Cherries were collected and put into GrainPro Bags to start the 13 hour night time trip from Huila to Quindio, where the 1959 fermentation and drying facility is located. Traveling during the night helps to control the temperature in the first stage of the fermentation that takes place in the truck.

    Once arrived in Quindio and after a full 24 hr. fermentation, they pulp the coffee before putting it into closed tanks for another 24hr anaerobic fermentation, after which they open the tank, wash the coffee, rinse it, and return it once more into a dry, closed tank for the third and final 24 hr. Fermentation. Then the coffee is washed and rinsed a second time before laying it onto raised drying beds.

    The end step of this process is resting the coffee, in a long, slow, shade-drying process that takes on average 40 days. All this results in the stunning coffee Cafe 1959 calls, Panela Sticky.

    $0.00
    Cooperativa de Quindío
    Cooperativa de Quindío

    Cooperativa de Quindío

    $0.00

    Cupping notes
    Chocolate caramel, green apple, lemonade, silky body.

    Coffee bio

    Origin
    Quindío, Colombia

    Producer

    Coop. de Caficultores del Quindío

    Farm

    Various (Quindío Department)

    Varietal

    Castillo

    Process

    Washed

    Elevation

    1650 - 1850 masl

    Arrival

    Aug 2023

    Size lbs

    154.3

    Quantity available

    0 units at CTI, NJ
    28 units at DPU, TX
    1 units at YR, FL
    Price / lb
    4.50
    ASERMA Coop.
    Sourcing from Coop. de Caficultores del Quindío

    The Cooperativa de Caficultores del Quindío (Coffee Growers Cooperative of Quindío) is an associative enterprise that operates as a non-profit organization with limited responsibility. Its main objective is to promote and improve the economic, social, and cultural conditions of its members and their families, particularly those involved in agricultural activities, specifically coffee production in all its aspects. Since its establishment, the cooperative has aimed to gain recognition and appreciation for the exceptional human and professional qualities of its members, contributing to the growth of the local community through their efforts.

    The cooperative provides various services to its associated producers, including credit facilities for coffee products, the provision of agricultural materials, comprehensive training programs, threshing services, and access to weighing scales, among others.

    Recognizing that supporting members goes beyond the provision of goods, the cooperative empowers them with the necessary tools and knowledge to succeed in their ventures. In addition to its focus on members, the cooperative actively engages with the broader community. As part of its community outreach, it travels to different locations within the region, delivering school kits children. The Coffee Growers Cooperative of Quindío embodies a spirit of collaboration and dedication. It is driven by a collective vision to uplift its members and make a positive impact on the communities it serves.

    $0.00
    German Carranza
    Germán Carranza Barboza

    Germán Carranza Barboza

    $0.00

    Cupping notes
    Caramel, Black Cherry, Savory.

    Coffee bio

    Origin
    Gracias A Dios, Amazonas, Perú

    Producer

    Germán Carranza Barboza

    Farm

    El Bebedero

    Varietal

    Bourbon, H1, Marsellesa

    Process

    Washed

    Elevation

    1650 masl.

    Arrival

    Oct 2023

    Size lbs

    152.1

    Quantity available

    0 units at CTI, NJ
    9 units at DPU, TX
    0 units at YR, FL
    Price / lb
    4.90
    ASERMA Coop.
    Sourcing from Germán Carranza Barboza

    This coffee comes from Germán’s farm named El Bebedero, located in the scenic village Gracias a Dios, in the Peruvian department Amazonas.
    Our relationship with German and his family started in 2019, which has allowed our business trips to origin to turn into visits with friends.
    We’ve had the pleasure of visiting El Bebedero three times now, with Germán and his beautiful family as our hosts. We’ve walked among his healthy trees across the different plots in the farm, his new processing infrastructure and chatted plenty about his plans for future experimental fermentation and expansion. Having purchased as much as we could since 2019, we’ve seen growth not only in the cup scores and quality year after year, but also as a visionary leader among his family and community.

    Peru is a coffee power house and we believe it does not yet get the recognition it totally deserves! It is often an origin associated with lower quality Fair Trade, or washed “blender” coffees. But Peru is an incredibly diverse landscape with micro climates all throughout where producers are doing amazing things and working to show that they have so much more to offer. Germán Carranza and his family are some of those producers who are pushing the boundaries and we are really excited to see what they will offer in the harvests to come.

    $0.00
    SKF scales
    SKF Scoby Style

    SKF Scoby Style

    $0.00

    Cupping notes
    Red Wine, Chocolate Liquer, Floral.

    Coffee bio

    Origin
    Acevedo, Huila, Colombia

    Producer

    José Giraldo from Café 1959

    Farm

    El Diamante

    Varietal

    Pink Bourbon

    Process

    Natural 'Scoby Style'

    Elevation

    1800 masl.

    Arrival

    Oct 2023

    Size lbs

    77.2

    Quantity available

    0 units at CTI, NJ
    0 units at DPU, TX
    6 units at YR, FL
    Price / lb
    13.50

    $0.00
    Salado Blanco view
    Salado Blanco

    Salado Blanco

    $0.00

    Cupping notes
    Red Apple, Honeydew, Chocolate, Mandarin.

    Coffee bio

    Origin
    Huila, Colombia

    Producer

    23 Associated producers from Terra Coffee Association

    Farm

    Various (Huila department)

    Varietal

    Caturra, Colombia

    Process

    Washed

    Elevation

    1500 - 1900 masl

    Arrival

    Jan 2024

    Size lbs

    154.3

    Quantity available

    0 units at CTI, NJ
    25 units at DPU, TX
    28 units at YR, FL
    Price / lb
    4.90
    ASERMA Coop.
    Sourcing from 23 Associated producers from Terra Coffee Association

    This coffee is the result of 23 producers from the department of Salado Blanco in the municipality of Huila, Colombia. The 23 producers who worked collectively to create this coffee, named the lot Salado Blanco in honor of the district it is grown in. Salado Blanco produces excellent coffee but is not as well known as its neighboring districts in Huila and as the producers say, their town is part of their identity. Each producer operates a small family farm that ranges in size from 1-5 hectares. This coffee is created using a blend of Caturra and Colombia varietals with which the producers have been working with for the last few seasons, the main harvest is between the months of November and January and a secondary harvest from May to June.

    The Salado Blanco Recipe
    The harvest takes between 15 and 18 days and is done manually by the family and neighbors. The coffee is kept in cherry form and undergoes an initial fermentation of 18 to 24 hours. Afterwards, the coffee is depulped and undergoes a second fermentation of 36 to 48 hours. Once washed, it is sun-dried for 15 to 20 days to reach the optimal moisture content.

    Terra Coffee: Empowering Producers and Sustainable Practices
    Terra Coffee emerged as an association with a noble objective – to enhance the quality of life for its member producers. In their pursuit of a different approach to agriculture, the focus remains on empowering farmers to reconstruct and revive their soils. The key lies in crafting natural bio products in house, steering away from commercial fertilizers and fostering a wholehearted embrace of this transformative approach. The intricacies of their methodologies unfold through compelling workshops, offering a glimpse into the world of sustainable farming practices. According to Wbeimar, the representative of Terra Coffee, a significant stride involves amplifying the role of women within their association. From tailored workshops on coffee analysis and preparation, exclusively for female members, to deconstructing gender norms ingrained in the agricultural landscape, their efforts transcend economic objectives. The transformation of female participation, overcoming historical reticence, reflects a commitment to showcasing the indispensable contributions of women on the farm. The work with women extends beyond traditional boundaries, creating spaces where they feel acknowledged and fostering a reality where their influence in agriculture is pivotal.

    $0.00
    El Dulce lot
    El Dulce

    El Dulce

    $0.00

    Cupping notes
    Chocolate, Cinnamon, Fuji Apple, Silky Body.

    Coffee bio

    Origin
    Arboleda, Nariño, Colombia

    Producer

    26 associated producers from El Dulce

    Farm

    La Ermita

    Varietal

    Caturra, Castillo

    Process

    Washed

    Elevation

    1900 - 2200 masl

    Arrival

    Oct 2023

    Size lbs

    154.3

    Quantity available

    50 units at CTI, NJ
    0 units at DPU, TX
    0 units at YR, FL
    Price / lb
    4.90
    ASERMA Coop.
    Sourcing from 26 associated producers from El Dulce

    This delicious washed coffee comes from one of our favourite regions in Colombia, Nariño.

    El Dulce is made up of 26 producers working together to create a balanced coffee with a specific profile. With farms ranging from 1 to 3Ha, the producers work together with Terra Coffee to ensure harvesting and processing is done at the same time and with the same parameters. All the coffee is washed and then put out to be sun dried in the high altitude sunshine.

    The main harvest of El Dulce is between May and August and represents 80% and the mid crop is between October – December, being the other 20%.

    With the combination of factors such as 1660 hours of sunlight a year, 1866mm of reliable rainfall patterns and the rich volcanic soil thanks to the multiple volcanoes found in the Nariño region, producers are able to cultivate at higher altitudes with cooler than average temperatures. All this provides us with the unique and sought after profile we find in this region.

    Terra Coffee: Empowering Producers and Sustainable Practices
    Terra Coffee emerged as an association with a noble objective – to enhance the quality of life for its producing members.

    In their relentless pursuit of  regenerative agriculture, the focus remains on empowering producers to reconstruct and revive their soils. The key lies in crafting potent biopreparations, steering away from agro chemicals purchases and fostering a wholehearted embrace of this naturally transformative approach. The intricacies of their methodologies unfold through compelling workshops, offering a glimpse into the intriguing realm of sustainable farming practices.

    According to Wbeimar, the representative of Terra Coffee, a significant stride involves amplifying the role of women within their association. From tailored workshops on coffee analysis and preparation, exclusively for female members, to dismantling gender norms ingrained in the agricultural landscape, their efforts transcend economic objectives. The transformation of female participation and overcoming historical reticence, reflects a commitment to showcasing the indispensable contributions of women on the farm. The work with women extends beyond traditional boundaries, creating spaces where they feel acknowledged and fostering a reality where their influence in agriculture is pivotal.

    $0.00
    Finca Siquem
    Farm Blend

    Farm Blend

    $0.00

    Cupping notes
    Milk chocolate, cashew cream, almond, tamarind.

    Coffee bio

    Origin
    Fraijanes, Guatemala

    Producer

    Carlos Roldán

    Farm

    Finca Siquem

    Varietal

    Caturra, Bourbon, Marsellesa

    Process

    Washed

    Elevation

    1500 - 1700 masl.

    Arrival

    Aug 2023

    Size lbs

    154.3

    Quantity available

    49 units at CTI, NJ
    135 units at DPU, TX
    152 units at YR, FL
    Price / lb
    3.70
    ASERMA Coop.
    Sourcing from Carlos Roldán

    Behind Finca Siquem lies the Roldan family. The farm was founded in 1921 and neglected for generations. In 2018, it underwent a revival under the leadership of the Roldan family, who acquired the farm from a family friend.

    Since its revival, Finca Siquem has been focused on specialty coffees. They sought the advice of agronomical engineers and received assistance from the National Coffee Association (ANACAFE). As a first step, the engineers recommended analyzing the soil and then creating a customized recipe for soil reconditioning.

    Finca Siquem in Guatemala is a significant player, spanning 355 acres in size. From the beginning, the Roldan family understood the climatic conditions of their region. As part of their revival project, they replanted coffee trees (removing a significant portion of them), built an artificial lagoon, a water treatment plant, and opted to preserve part of the farm with native trees.

    Siquem produces various coffees, with their Estate Blend standing out for its consistency and traceability from one harvest to another. This blend is exclusively made from high-altitude beans.

    $0.00
    Process Blend
    Process blend

    Process blend

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    Cupping notes
    Apple cider, hibiscus, grape.

    Coffee bio

    Origin
    San José, Caldas, Colombia

    Producer

    Jorge Correa

    Farm

    Finca San Juan

    Varietal

    Gesha, Tabi, Bourbon, Caturra, Castillo

    Process

    Natural & Washed

    Elevation

    1550 masl.

    Arrival

    Oct 2023

    Size lbs

    154.3

    Quantity available

    1 units at CTI, NJ
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    1 units at YR, FL
    Price / lb
    5.50

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