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5 Key Elements for Coffee Quality September 12 2016

Originally posted on The First Pull:
By Spencer Turer, Vice President at Coffee Analysts This post originally appeared on LinkedIn Photo: Spencer Turer Specialty coffee is a matter of choice, not a beverage of chance. Great care must be taken to ensure the intrinsic quality of the coffee, from farm to cup, is not destroyed by the…

The Secret Life of Bees August 31 2016

Originally posted on The First Pull:
By Nikki Seibert Kelley for the Bee Cause Project “In the end, we only conserve what we love, we only love what we understand, and we understand only what we are taught.” Under the dabbled light of a subtropical forest, the sweet smell from the coffee blooms entices one…

Victrola Coffee – Honduras Santa Barbara Caracolillo June 11 2016

Victrola Coffee – Honduras Santa Barbara Caracolillo  Located in the town of Peña Blanca and run by agronomist Angel Arturo Paz, Beneficio San Vicente has processed numerous Cup of Excellence winners from the surrounding villages of El Cielito, El Cedral, and Las Flores in recent years.  The coffees from these areas are known for their sweetness, … Continue reading "Victrola Coffee – Honduras Santa Barbara Caracolillo"

Beansmith Coffee – Tigerlily Espresso May 31 2016

Beansmith Coffee – Tigerlily Espresso Our premium espresso blend is named for its amazing striping in its buttery crema. This Northern Italian style espresso is carefully roasted to a “full city” roast, yielding a flavorful shot that’s not over-roasted or burnt tasting. Home baristas and coffee shop pros have been raving about this espresso, and we … Continue reading "Beansmith Coffee – Tigerlily Espresso"

Toby’s Estate Coffee – Brazil Sertao May 27 2016

Toby’s Estate – Brazil Sertao Fazenda Sertao owners, José Isidro Pereira and his wife Nazareth Dias Pereira inherited Sertao in the 1940s. Today, their children Franciso, Luiz, Paulo, Glycia and Sandra manage the 270 hectare farm. Located on a mountainside, Sertao’s uniquely high altitude results in the perfect microclimate for growing delicious and beautifully sweet coffee. LOCATION … Continue reading "Toby’s Estate Coffee – Brazil Sertao"

Kean Coffee – Panama Lerida Estate May 06 2016

Kean Coffee – Panama Lerida Estate From his visits to the Boquete valley in Panama, home to some of the most amazing coffees in the world, Martin has maintained a relationship with the Chiari family for years, and we’re proud to have this wonderful offering. Semi-sweet chocolate and cherry notes complement vanilla and honey aromas, with … Continue reading "Kean Coffee – Panama Lerida Estate"

Victrola Coffee – Rwanda Gakenke March 25 2016

We are proud to introduce you to the brave women of Hinga Kawa Women’s Coffee. The journey of both the producers and product are fully traceable by a third party traceability verifier.

Victrola Coffee – Rwanda Gakenke March 25 2016

We are proud to introduce you to the brave women of Hinga Kawa Women’s Coffee. The journey of both the producers and product are fully traceable by a third party traceability verifier.

Irving Farm Coffee – Honduras Don Pancho October 16 2015

Jose Francisco Portillo, known as “Don Pancho” in his community, began planting coffee trees over forty years ago on his family’s land in Santa Bárbara overlooking Lake Yojoa (the largest natural lake in Honduras).

Coda Coffee – Tanzania Peaberry October 09 2015

Tanzanian Peaberry has an earthy aroma with a bold and nature-like taste. It has heavy body, but goes down surprisingly smooth.

Klatch Coffee – El Salvador Las Mercedes Pacamara October 02 2015

The King Bean of Central America returns to the gates of Klatch Coffee. The Pacamara variety is a hybrid cross of Maragogype and Pacas varietals.

Kickapoo Coffee – El Salvador La Roxanita August 14 2015

Kickapoo Coffee – El Salvador La Roxanita Ignacio Gutierrez Notes of Green Apple, Pecan & Nougat Altitude: 1400 meters Varietals: Pacas Process: Washed Region: San Ignacio About The Growers This is the first El Salvadorian coffee we’ve purchased in the last few seasons. While we love the quality and flavor profiles the country produces, we … Continue reading "Kickapoo Coffee – El Salvador La Roxanita"

Coda Coffee – Costa Rica Santa Elena Estate August 11 2015

Coda Coffee – Costa Rica Santa Elena Estate Notes: sweet. buttery. crisp. Sourced from La Finca Santa Elena in the heart of the Tarrazu region in Costa Rica, this is one of the finest coffees you will ever taste. The beans are “honey processed” at origin during production, giving this coffee a unique delicious flavor. … Continue reading "Coda Coffee – Costa Rica Santa Elena Estate"

Passion House Coffee Roasters in Chicago August 07 2015

Passion House is a small batch roaster in Chicago, IL with the idea that coffee can be playful, while still being sophisticated, complex, and nuanced. To make specialty coffee more accessible and approachable to customers, they separate their coffee offerings into three distinct genres: Ambient, Mainstream and Experimental. Creating a common language that goes beyond tasting notes, origins, … Continue reading "Passion House Coffee Roasters in Chicago"

Kickapoo Coffee – Project Congo April 06 2015

Project Congo marks our second philanthropic collaboration with our friends at On The Ground. In our Project Congo initiative, we will donate $1 for every pound of this exceptional Congolese coffee to promote and raise awareness of gender equality in the farming regions of the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

Klatch Coffee – Papua New Guinea AAK Bros April 04 2015

Papua New Guinea is responsible for approximately 1% of world coffee production. This is an elegant and multifaceted bean that offers bright and sweet notes of lemon, orange and hazelnuts in aroma and cup.

Toby’s Estate – Prima Filter Blend March 02 2015

The Prima Filter Blend is crafted as our new seasonal blend for spring. The combination of Colombian and Guatemalan coffees creates an inviting, clean and easily enjoyable cup. A peach-like acidity lends an effervescent mouthfeel, with a rounded cantaloupe body and soft vanilla finish.

Kickapoo Coffee – Ethiopia Hama Organic Special Prep November 14 2014

When we first visited the Hama Cooperative back in 2011, we were greeted by three adorable Ethiopian children. We'd tasted coffees from Hama previously and found them to present 'classic' Yirgacheffe characteristics: candied lemon, intense florality, and refreshing, citric acidity.

Toby’s Estate – Honduras La Escuela November 12 2014

We are proud to have Toby's Estate as one of our newest roasters. In addition to great coffee, they have the farmer's interest in mind as well. Earlier this year Toby's Estate raised over $4,500 for La Escuela De La Piedrona during their Honduras Education Drive. Below is a large excerpt from the Toby's Estate Blog.

Panther Coffee – Ethiopia Suke Quto September 30 2014

This impeccable Suke Quto microlot grows in the Guji Zone, the Southern part of the Oromia Region that borders the Sidama and Gedeo Zones.

Colombia Huila Jose Nolvis Rodriguez Finca El Mirador September 26 2014

Photo courtesy of  Cafe Imports Victrola Coffee – Colombia Huila Jose Nolvis Rodriguez Finca El Mirador Facts Farm:  Mirador Town:  Alto de los Pinos Region: Pitalito, Huila Elevation: 5250 ft Process: Washed, Sun Dried Varietals: Caturra Producer: Jose Nolvis Rodriguez Tasting Notes Fragrance/Aroma: Cinnamon, Roasted Barley, Molasses Flavor: Cinnamon, Molasses, Chocolate, Lime Leaves Body: Buttery Acidity: … Continue reading "Colombia Huila Jose Nolvis Rodriguez Finca El Mirador"

Ethiopia Chelelektu – Coffea Roasterie June 26 2014

Photo courtesy of Coffea Roasterie. This coffee comes from the Kochere region of Ethiopia, a subsection of the Gedeo zone, located south of Yirgacheffe. The Kochere zone has long been known for its incredible coffee. It is easy to produce amazing coffee when you have some of the best growing conditions in the world. High … Continue reading "Ethiopia Chelelektu – Coffea Roasterie"

Sulawesi PT Toarco – Beansmith Coffee June 17 2014

  Photos courtesy of Beansmith Coffee. Coffee was introduced to Indonesia in 1699 and by 1711 was being exported to Europe. Indonesia, which includes Java of the famed “Mocha Java” blend featuring coffee from Yemen and Java, has an ideal geography for coffee plantations. The low acidity and strong body of Indonesian coffees makes them … Continue reading "Sulawesi PT Toarco – Beansmith Coffee"

Kona/Ka’u Hawaiian Espresso Blend June 12 2014

Photo courtesy of Klatch Coffee. This new espresso is a collaboration between Mike Perry (roastmaster) and Miguel Meza (developer), highlighting the sweet and delicate flavors of this magical bean. With keen attention to quality control, component coffees have been selected from Kona and Ka’u on the Big Island, Maui, Oahu and Molokai. In the 100% … Continue reading "Kona/Ka’u Hawaiian Espresso Blend"

Peru Huabal Fair Trade Organic Coffee May 21 2014

Photos courtesy of Kickapoo Coffee. Organic Peru Huabal – Cenfrocafe Cooperative Flavors of plum and dark cherry with citrusy acidity and a rich, almond sweetness. Notes of Plum, Black Cherry & Citrus Altitude: 1450-1900 Meters Varietals: Typica, Caturra Process: Washed Region: Huabal, Cajamarca This lot from our partners at Cenfrocafe marks a new phase in one … Continue reading "Peru Huabal Fair Trade Organic Coffee"

Metropolis Coffee, Best Coffee in Chicago, Joins Emery Coffee April 04 2014

As we continue to grow we keep looking for the best and the brightest, the top roasters of today. Metropolis has claimed awards in the past decade unlike few others. What drives them? The Metropolis Philosophy. Read on… We believe the essence of coffee comes from tension; tension between the hardness of the bean and … Continue reading "Metropolis Coffee, Best Coffee in Chicago, Joins Emery Coffee"

El Salvador Las Nubes March 06 2014

Photo courtesy of Passion House Coffee. Passion House Coffee Roasters has joined Emery Coffee! We are pround to offer this fantastic Chicago roaster, winner of several cupping competitions. Buy the El Salvador Las Nubes while there is still time and check out their other coffees too. The story of Las Nubes goes way back to … Continue reading "El Salvador Las Nubes"

Honduras Santa Barbara Beneficio San Vicente Caracolillo February 20 2014

Photo courtesy of Victrola Coffee. In recent years Honduras has made great strides in bringing exceptional coffees to market.  In the past, transportation and processing issues have created challenges for a country that has all the right ingredients to produce great coffee.  At the center of this shift is Beneficio San Vicente, a coffee mill … Continue reading "Honduras Santa Barbara Beneficio San Vicente Caracolillo"

Merry Christmas December 25 2013

Merry Christmas from Emery Coffee! “For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.” Luke 2:11  

FTO Ethiopian Gedeo Worka November 07 2013

Photo courtesy of Klatch Coffee. One of our most popular coffee returns to Klatch! Our new crop offers an abundance of fine flavors from the birthplace of coffee. This is the bowl of berries we come to expect from a clean Ethiopian Natural. It’s composed of blueberries, blackberries, raspberries along with its additional notes of … Continue reading "FTO Ethiopian Gedeo Worka"

Tanzania Peaberry October 31 2013

Photo courtesy of Beansmith Coffee. Peaberry is one of those coffee words that everyone knows, but a surprising number of people don’t understand. It’s pretty simple really. Coffee beans usually come in pairs inside their cherry, but sometimes there’s only one bean and it soaks up all the lovely flavor from the cherry for itself … Continue reading "Tanzania Peaberry"

Kenya Tatu Peaberry October 29 2013

Photo courtesy of Coffea Roasterie. Tasting Notes In the cup you’ll find a bright kiwi acidity, velvet body, and a crisp finish. About this coffee This coffee comes from the Tatu Estate 25km north of Nairobi. It’s grown in the red soil at the base Aberdare Mountains. Region: Tatu, Ruiru, Kenya Varietal: SL-78, Ruiru11 Process: … Continue reading "Kenya Tatu Peaberry"

Colombia La Virgen October 23 2013

Photo courtesy of Klatch Coffee. On December 12, 1715, Dona Francisca Salazar Valdez, daughter of a very wealthy Spanish landowner named Francisco de Salazar y Barrios y Petronilla Valdes, donated 3 hectares of their Hacienda to build a town that was to be named in honor of the Virgin of Guadalupe. During most of the 18th … Continue reading "Colombia La Virgen"

Honduras Beneficio San Vicente October 11 2013

Photo courtesy Victrola Coffee. In recent years Honduras has made great strides in bringing exceptional coffees to market. Transportation and processing issues, especially drying the parchment coffee have created challenges for a country that has all the right ingredients to produce great coffee. At the center of this shift is the Beneficio San Vicente coffee … Continue reading "Honduras Beneficio San Vicente"

Honduras Beneficio San Vicente October 11 2013

Photo courtesy Victrola Coffee. In recent years Honduras has made great strides in bringing exceptional coffees to market. Transportation and processing issues, especially drying the parchment coffee have created challenges for a country that has all the right ingredients to produce great coffee. At the center of this shift is the Beneficio San Vicente coffee … Continue reading "Honduras Beneficio San Vicente"

Colombia Valle del Cauca Cerro Azul Geisha June 20 2013

Photo courtesy of Victrola Coffee. Geisha, or gesha, holds the record for the most expensive arabica varietal at coffee auctions, bringing in $170 per pound in 2010. This is because of the plant’s relative rarity and low crop yield. Most of the arabica coffee grown is either the typica or bourbon varietal, both of which … Continue reading "Colombia Valle del Cauca Cerro Azul Geisha"

French Lavender Mint Tea May 31 2013

Photo courtesy of Alvin’s of San Francisco. A blend of the finest lavender buds from Provence, France blended with a sweet Moroccan spearmint leaf to produce this mellow herbal tea. The subtle taste cooling mint and soothing lavender together form a relaxing tea for any occasion. This caffeine free blend is great for bedtime or … Continue reading "French Lavender Mint Tea"

Kenya Gaturiri May 28 2013

Lion walking down the road in Kenya. Photo courtesy of Klatch Coffee. When we think of Kenya we think of lions…and great coffee. In Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, the city stretches around Nairobi National Park on three sides. Here rhinos, lions, and other wild beasts roam free against the backdrop of the only capital … Continue reading "Kenya Gaturiri"

Colombia Los Naranjos May 23 2013

This coffee farm rests along the edge of Cueva de los Cuacharo, Colombia, a 500 square mile biosphere where two mountain ranges converge.  Photo courtesy of Coffea Roasterie. Coffee leaf rust, or roya, could affect a majority of the Central American crop for the next several years. Only a few years ago the Colombian coffee crop … Continue reading "Colombia Los Naranjos"

Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Kochere May 20 2013

As one of the most sought after coffees in the world, Ethiopian Yirgacheffe has a floral, sweet, and citrus flavor profile. In Ethiopia you still find coffee trees in the wild and growing at elevations above 6000 feet. Ripe coffee cherries, such as these from the Kochere District, are processed at local cooperatives. The combination … Continue reading "Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Kochere"

Colombia Giraldo Exotico May 02 2013

In the central northwestern part of Colombia, known as the coffee belt, coffee is produced year round with certain peaks. This coffee in grown high in the Andean mountains of Antioquia. Photo courtesy of Klatch Coffee. Please leave your thoughts and comments below.

Colombia Giraldo Exotico May 02 2013

In the central northwestern part of Colombia, known as the coffee belt, coffee is produced year round with certain peaks. This coffee in grown high in the Andean mountains of Antioquia. Photo courtesy of Klatch Coffee. Please leave your thoughts and comments below.

Papua New Guinea April 19 2013

Photo courtesy of Beansmith Coffee. Love the artwork from this roaster! Papua New Guinea, located just north of Australia, has been involved in coffee production since 1926 when the first Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee seeds were planted. The coffee is produced without the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides due to cost and availability. This results … Continue reading "Papua New Guinea"

Lemon Rose Green Tea April 17 2013

Pan fried green tea with California grown rose petals and sun dried lemon peel. Photo courtesy Alvin’s of San Francisco.

Coffee Drying in Ethiopia. April 16 2013

Ethiopia – birthplace of coffee. Coffea arabica originated there and still grows wild in some areas. Photo courtesy of Coffea Roasterie. Please leave your thoughts and comments below.

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