Learn about our monthly coffee selections, our origin of the month. Every 30 days or so we bring you an exotic new coffee to try. Scroll Down to check out the premium origin of the quarter!

Origin For March 2023

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The farm on which this coffee was grown, Finca Santa Josefita, is pretty special. It is named after the woman who started the farm in 1932, Mrs. Josefa Ariz. The farm is run today by two families, the Limas and the Socios. This farm has been awarded the Cup of Excellence 3 times! This farm conserves a natural rain forest that is hundreds of years old and is home to many diverse animal species. Finca Santa Josefita is a member of the Cuzcachapa Cooperative and is Rain Forest Alliance certified.
This coffee was grown at an elevation of about 4265 feet above sea level. After harvest, the farmers transport the coffee cherries a few kilometers down the road to the Balcanes Mill, where they are processed and patio dried for 18 days. This process is called the natural process.
All of this coffee is of the Bourbon (pronounced Burr-Bone in the coffee world) varietal. We have brought you other Bourbon coffees. Some of you will remember the Bali Blue Moon Blue Bourbon, a huge customer favorite.
Some of you will also remember the La Hondurena we brought you in July 2021. The first drink of La Hondurena made me stop, look down at the cup, and say- โ€œWow, thatโ€™s a great cup of coffee.โ€ Well, this El Salvador has done the same thing to me. Wow- it is a great coffee. It is smooth, full bodied, and slightly sweet. You absolutely must try this coffee. The more sophisticated coffee drinkers among us may get notes of Red Apple, Dark Chocolate, and Black Cherry




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This coffee was grown by Rossembert Parra, at an elevation of around 6000 feet above sea level. This farm, in the Huila region, is renowned for its specialty coffee. This coffee is medium bodied and full-flavored. It achieved a cup score of 88.25 (remember that only 1% of the coffee in the world earns a cup score of 90 or higher). A cup score of 88.25 makes it the highest cup-scored coffee we have brought to you yet. With a cup score this high, it is definitely a premium origin. Those of us with more discerning palates may catch flavor notes of Apple, Honey, Citrus, and Pear.  

The Huila region of Colombia always produces the highest quality, award winning, coffees that the coffee world waits for with great anticipation. High elevations and volcanic soil, rich in nutrients, are the biggest reasons coffee grown in this region is consistently among the best of South America. Coffees from the Huila region are known for distinct cup profiles of bright acidity (a very good thing), sweetness and aromatics.   

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