Taste the differences between origins, processing methods, and varietals with the Coffee Box. This is perfect for those who want variety on their home coffee bar. Each coffee's unique flavor profile offers a new taste experience and it keeps the grinder loaded for about 4-6 weeks depending on consumption.
Current Coffee Bundle: Colombia, Guatemala, Indonesia, Ethiopia
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Our Timeless coffees offer a flavor profile that is approachable, rich in sweetness, and beautifully balancing intrigue with familiarity. These coffees can be brewed across various brew methods and are iconic for being pulled on espresso.
Coffees identified as Modern will showcase the beauty of today’s coffee growing and processing practices. These flavor profiles are exciting, complex, and will bring a new level of expectation for the coffee experience.
Eternal coffees are unparalleled and exceptional. These are limited quantity coffees that push the boundaries of what’s possible and make you second think what coffee should taste like. Eternal coffees offer an outstanding and memorable sensory experience.
Relationships & Sustainability
Long term relationships and business sustainability go hand in hand, therefore, we're actively building relationships with both producers and trusted importers from one harvest to the next with longevity in mind.
This builds trust, vulnerability, and transparency throughout the supply chain which helps everyone involved better serve one another.
Shop Our Coffees Our Favorite Brewing Methods
Pour overs give you the most control over your brewing with a totally hands on process. When done right, you get a complex and delicious cup of coffee.
Usually brewed at a 1:2 ratio, a shot of espresso is strong, intense, and will oftentimes magnify the flavors of the coffee. They're delicious on their own and are at the core of any cappuccino or latte.
A simple process of adding coffee grounds to your favorite coffee maker and letting it do all the hard work for you.
Using the aeropress chamber and plunger, water gets manually pushed through coffee grounds and a filter. Think espresso machine and French press combined into one brewer with many ways to make a delicious coffee.
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