I recently posted a question on my Story, asking for recommendations for new-ish roasters that I haven’t tried yet. My old friend @steverhinehart was swift to respond […]
Category: coffee reviews
Bean & Bean Coffee Roasters // Guatemala Santa Felisa Purple Gesha
Ever since featuring Bean & Bean Coffee Roasters in my roundup of noteworthy woman owned coffee roasters, their Guatemala Santa Felisa Purple Gesha has been […]
RAKO Coffee Roasters // Ethiopia Luleesa Limu
I featured RAKO Coffee (more accurately RĀKO Coffee Roasters) in my recent feature, 13 Woman Owned Coffee Roasters in the United States. I was so taken with their mission that I decided to buy one of their coffees to show some support: their Ethiopia Luleesa Limu.
Folkcity Coffee // Nicaragua La Fuente
Folkcity Coffee makes their Noteworthy debut today with a selection from Sabino and Maria Jesus, a husband and wife team that grows coffee and vegetables at the highest altitudes in the Jinotega region of Nicaragua.
Conscious Cup Coffee Roasters // Costa Rica Finca Sabanilla
When Oscar Chacon inherited generations-old land from his late father at age 18, he didn’t expect that one day he and his wife would become […]
Oddly Correct // Colombia La Lampara
Oddly Correct Coffee Roasters quickly became one of the most noteworthy coffee roasters in the country. And this is their Noteworthy debut!
Onyx Coffee Lab // Public Label: Cxffeeblack
This is the mantra of Cxffeeblack – a Memphis-based venture that was launched by Bartholomew Jones and Renata Henderson. Cxffeeblack is a social enterprise that seeks to reintroduce the black history of coffee into black communities and help reimagine its black future by using revenue generated from apparel, music, events, consulting work, and collaborations to invest in their community; providing opportunities for people of origin to create inspiring work.
Rabbit Hole Roasters // Iyenga Tanzania
slept all night in the cedar grove,i was born to ramble, born to rove,some men are searchin’ for the holy grail,but there ain’t nothin’ sweeterthan […]