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Single Origin Subscription
Single Origin Subscription

Single Origin Subscription




Welcome to our Single Origin Subscription - Roaster's Choice!

Coffee offerings are always changing as new crops come in and existing harvests sell out, so we designed this subscription to help you access the best of our single origin selection. On the first Monday of each month you will receive two 12 ounce bags of single origin coffee selected by members of our Roasting Team.

Choose between a monthly recurring subscription* or prepay and save on 3, 6, or 12 month subscriptions (subscriptions will automatically renew after the last shipment unless canceled). Each box will come lovingly packaged with detailed information, images, and brew notes for each coffee, and shipping is included in the price. Enjoy your PT's coffee knowing it was specially curated by us!

Esperanza Natural

Colombia - Granja La Esperanza - Natural

This lightly roasted coffee features a cherry and milk chocolate aroma. When brewed it has a velvety body, red wine-like flavor, black cherry sweetness, and blackberry acidity. The finish is rich like chocolate fudge.

Producer: Rigoberto Herrera
Farm: Granja La Esperanza
Altitude: 4600 - 5775 feet
Varietal: Caturra and Colombia
Process: Natural
Roast: Light
Notes: Red Wine, Black Cherry, Chocolate Fudge

This offering comes from Las Margaritas farm of Granja La Esperanza. Situated on a steep mountain slope, Las Margaritas sits between 4600 - 6560 feet with a mild temperature range of 64℉ - 74℉.  This harvest has been chosen to go through the carefully managed Natural Process, where the cherry is left to ferment on the drying coffee seeds for several weeks before being pulped. This gives the coffee a round body and rich sweetness.

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Villa Loyola Dark

Colombia - Finca Villa Loyola - Loyola Dark

This medium-dark roasted coffee features an aroma reminiscent of s’mores. It tastes of baker’s chocolate with a round body, plum sweetness, and pineapple acidity. The finish is enjoyable with a note of roasted hazelnut and more gentle, kiwi-like acidity.

Producer: Padre José Alejandro Aguilar Posada
Farm Manager: José Luis Almeida
Farm: Finca Villa Loyola
Altitude: 6160 feet
Varietal: Caturra
Process: Washed
Roast: Medium - Dark
Notes: Baker’s Chocolate, Plum, Roasted Hazelnut

This is our sixth year working with Finca Villa Loyola and we thought it was time to try something different. Typically we lightly roast our single origin offerings as a way to preserve the terroir, or distinct characteristics of that particular coffee varietal, the micro-climate it grows in, and the way it’s processed.

For this harvest we decided to shake things up a bit. Taking the roast a few degrees higher for a longer amount of time, we landed on a medium-dark roast with a pleasant caramelization of flavors and sweet acidity.

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May's Box

Colombia - Granja La Esperanza - Mokka

This lightly roasted coffee features a milk chocolate and raisin aroma. When brewed it has a malt flavor and milk chocolate sweetness. The body is juicy with a white grape acidity and a sweet almond finish.

Producer: Rigoberto Herrera
Farm: Granja La Esperanza
Altitude: 5085 feet
Varietal: Mokka
Process: Washed
Roast: Light
Notes: Raisin, Malt, White Grape

The Mokka from Granja La Esperanza is exceptional both in quality and rarity. Generally only found in the state of Hawaii, this variety was originally cultivated in Yemen and features the smallest bean of any Arabica. Mokka is known for its strong character, dense body, and pronounced sweetness. The aptly named farm of Hawaii at Granja La Esperanza has a microclimate perfectly suited to this variety, featuring volcanic sandy loam soil, mild average temperatures, and full sun.

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Sumatra - Silimakuta Community - Silimakuta Helena

This light- medium roasted coffee features a rich fig aroma, juicy body, and key lime acidity. When brewed it has a prune-like flavor and brown sugar sweetness. The finish is an aromatic and cooling cedar.

Producer: Helena (Collector)
Farm: Silimakuta Community
Altitude: 4600 - 5000 feet
Varietal: Jember (S-795), Typica, Sigararutang
Process: Wet-Hulled (Giling Basah)
Roast: Light - Medium
Notes: Fig, Brown Sugar, Cedar

This offering comes to us from our friends at Crop to Cup. Silimakuta is a small community in the Lake Toba region of Sumatra and the first village to work directly with Crop to Cup. Helena is the local collector, traveling around the community gathering the coffee cherries from all the neighboring farms. She sorts the coffee cherries for quality of ripeness then pulps the coffee on the spot before taking the parchment to the local stream for washing. Here she uses flotation to further separate the highest quality coffee from the rest. This coffee is milled when the moisture content is still high. Known as Giling Basah, or the Wet-Hulled Method, this is the traditional milling process found in Sumatra. The coffee is dried and sent off to the nearby city of Medan where it is dried and milled again, then hand-sorted twice.

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Junes's single origin box features two Direct Trade offerings from Colombia

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Our Single Origin Subscription roasts and ships out on the first Monday of every month.

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