Currently on espresso, we’re pulling Bongo Java’s signature espresso: a blend of Peru AAA, Unwashed Ethiopia Sidama, and Colombia Fondo Paez [we taste orange, blackberries, and dark chocolate, and we feel warm and fuzzy]. This coffee makes a stellar espresso, loved by our novice and connoisseur customers alike. It just rolled out in February.
Also from Bongo Java, we’re batch brewing some old favorites of ours, Colombia Fondo Paez [we taste brown sugar, honey, and lemon] and Congo Sopacdi [we taste watermelon, cilantro, and strawberries] [really, we do.]
On the aeropress bar and retail shelves, we are featuring our friends Broom Wagon from Charlotte, NC.
Colombia // Cauca // Finca Río Cofre
Tabi and Castillo Tambo varietals grown at 1750 meters. Washed and African bed dried. Notes of pineapple, blackberry, and dark chocolate.
Ethiopia // Yirgacheffe // Koke Natural
Heirloom varietals grown at 1340-2100 meters. Unwashed. Notes of strawberry, peach, and honey.
Up next: Mad Priest Coffee from Chattanooga, TN.