Cold Brew

We are gearing up for summer by releasing a limited Cold Brew Blend! Pre-order now for your order to ship on 5/6 or before!

(Cold brew is made by taking fresh roasted coffee, grinding it really coarse, and then steeping it for 12-24 hours)

The coffee beans used for this limited release are from Ethiopia & Nicaragua.

The Ethiopian coffee is sourced from the Derikocha wash station, which is located in the Guji Zone of Oromia and is owned and operated by Ashenafi Woressa. Around 650 producers living in the surrounding communities produce this amazing coffee. Ripe cherries are delivered the Derikocha wash station where they are sorted, immediately placed on raised beds, and dried for 15 to 20 days. Raised drying beds are carefully constructed to ensure proper air circulation and temperature control for an optimal drying process. Cherries are also turned regularly on the beds to prevent damage. Once dried, the beans are transported to Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, to be milled and prepared for export.

The Nicaraguan coffee is from the mountains of Jinotega, Nicaragua. Over the years, Don Felipe and his family perfected his processes ensuring the finest specialty coffee is produced. The farm’s future is safeguarded with sustainable practices and they are committed to the highest social, economic and environmental standards for their fellow Nicaraguans. Protected from the sun by a canopy of shade trees, the high mountain grown coffee cherries ripen slowly enhancing their pleasant flavor. Harvested by hand, the cherries are wet milled daily with spring water. The seeds of the cherries, or beans, are naturally dried in the fresh air and strong sun. The dried green beans are exported directly to Texas for roasting.

12 oz bag / $24

  • Origin

    Ethiopia, Nicaragua

  • Region

    Guji, Jinotega

  • Variety

    Indigenous Cultivars, Caturra

  • Process

    Natural and Washed

  • Altitude

    1,200-1,800 meters

  • Roast

    Medium

  • Notes

    Blueberry, Raisin, Cashew, Chocolate

How Much Coffee Should I Order?

Our whole bean coffees come in 12 oz bags. Brewing methods, cup size, and preference all will affect how far it will go, but a 12 oz bag should be about a two-week supply for 1-2 coffee drinkers. You can always increase, decrease, or pause your subscription if needed.

Keep in mind, you want your coffee to be fresh, so don’t order too many bags at once. It’s best to keep your order spaced out so we can deliver you the freshest and best tasting coffee.

One 12 oz Bag Is:

$1.50

per whole oz

24

6 fl oz cups

$0.75

per 6 fl oz cup