Mighty Forces
Mighty Forces Mighty Forces
$12.00

"Be bold and mighty forces will come to your aid"

- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

This quote is one of our favorites that we live by.  It came to mind when we started thinking of a bold blend to add to our offerings.  Mighty Forces has a pleasant heavy body that is fortified with flavors of baker's chocolate, hearty earthiness, and hints of cinnamon apple.  This is for those drinkers desiring a bold/heavy body coffee to aid them throughout their day!

Origin: Sumatra, Ethiopia, Colombia

Flavor Notes: Baker's Chocolate, Cocoa, Honey, Pleasant Earthiness, Cinnamon Apple

Sumatra Takengon Mandheling Grade 1:

This coffee is sourced from the Jagong Mill, owned by the Junus family. Irham Junus owns and operates the Jagong Mill with his son, Andi and daughter, Ina. Sumatra Takengon Mandheling is sourced from this mill and surrounding family-owned farms. The Junus family completes all processing and milling here and they have full control of the coffee right up to the final export stage.

Origin: Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia

Altitude: 1,300 - 1,600 masl

Varieties: Bourbon, Catimor, and Typica

Process: Wet Hulled

Drying: Sun dried

Yirgacheffe:

Origin: Ethiopia

Region: Yirgacheffe

Flavor Notes: Chocolate, Peanut Butter

Altitude: 1,900-,2100 masl

Process: Natural 

Variety: Heirloom

Finca La Maria:

Farm Sourced, Single Origin from Colombia.

Flavor Notes: Dark Chocolate, Candied Almond, Maple Syrup

Finca La Maria is a coffee that is directly sourced, exported, and imported by the Niece of the farmer, whom we deal directly with. This coffee is special to us due to this relationship and because it is such a high quality bean. Being able to see who we are directly supporting through buying this coffee is especially rewarding. 

Farmer: Adolfo Taborda Berrio

Origin: Colombia

Subregion: Southwestern Antioquia

Elevation: 1600m above sea level

Variety: Arabica Castillo & Yellow Castillo

Aroma: Sweet, floral, dark chocolate
Cupping Score: 86
Processing Method: Washed
Fermentation time: 12 hours
Capacity of production: 10,000 lbs/year
Harvest time: November – January 2017