Old World. New Style.
Our Mission - Keep the quality astonishingly high and keep the beans fresh af. Source 85 or higher scored beans, roast every order fresh to order and continue to find small batch single origin specialty coffee from top quality coffee farms from across the world. This means remarkable bodied coffee that stands out and flat out tastes better. One of a kind flavors, quick turnaround times, and a top notch customer experience make us stand out from the rest.
Our Promise - Product quality is the foundation we stand on and this foundation is comprised of three key areas: quality, trust and craftsmanship. If our coffee doesn't meet your standards, we'll do everything we can to make it right.
GUATEMALA ANTIGUA - LA PASTORES MILL 2019
Cupping Notes: Chocolate, Caramel, Pecan, Herb-like
The Beneficio Pastores mill was built in the late 1800's as a flour mill. It was not until the early 20th century, that Pastores began milling coffee.
In Antigua perfectly ripe beans are carefully handpicked and delivered to Pastores mill. Here the careful process of preparing the perfect coffee continues: depulping and a very precise 100% natural fermentation are the first steps. Coffee is then fully washed using fresh spring water and completely sun dried under the radiant Guatemalan sun.
After processing, various samples of each lot of parchment are drawn and sent to our QC Lab where our Q graders cup and evaluate the coffees.
KENYA AB LENANA 2018
Cupping Notes: Black Tea, Cane Sugar, Cherry Tomato, Grapefruit, Lemon
Our Gatubu AA microlot was produced by the Iyego Coffee Growers Co-operative in Muranga County. Gatubu AA is an 18+ screen and contains mostly SL28 and SL34 with small amounts of Ruiru 11. This microlot was chosen for its citrusy brightness, tea-like notes and its complex Kenyan character.
The Iyego Coop is comprised of 670 members from the Mununga, Gatubu, Marimira, Kabiruini, Watuha, Gathima, Gitura, Kiairathe, Thangathi, Nyakahura, Kirangano and Iyego Factory.
COSTA RICA LA CIMA 2017
Cupping Notes: Black Currant, Green Apple, Caramel
This coffee represents the community of La Cima, or "The Top," referring to its mountainous perch in Perez Zeledon. The region is populated by immigrants from the Central Valley who, toward the end of the 19th century, noted the area's gentle climate and rich soil and resettled with their coffee crops. Coffee has since significantly contributed to the region's social and economic development and generated a culture of values and principles built on family unity. Farms here dot the southeastern slopes of the Talamanca mountain range and on average are about 3.25 hectares(8 acres).
The climate is ideal for coffee production, and the region produces coffees with outstanding aromas and acidity. But yields here are lower than the country average. Our Volcafe Way farmer support teams have been working with producers to help them implement new agroforestry systems to enrich the soil with organic material and ensure a consistent production of high-quality coffees.