We were asked to craft a blend of coffee in collaboration with the amazing staff of the Denver Public Library. We were so honored and excited! Nerd alert: it's called the 641.3373 Blend. We've put together something that resonates sweet, fruity, and a bit on the chocolaty side of the tasting wheel. This blend is made up of our Atitlan and Guji so you know it's going to be tasty! If you're local and want to support the Denver Public Library system, please inquire about a bag of this coffee. And take moment to read more about this lively collaboration here.
Beyond the Dewey decimels, we have several coffees slated to roll out over late summer and early fall. First up: Kenya! Our first of two Kenyan coffees this year will be Baragu, grown by the Baragu Farmers Cooperative Society in Kirinyaga County, Kenya. We'll follow this up shortly with a new washed Ethiopian, Guji Uraga, and a delicious coffee grown by Eriban Mendoza in Santa Ana, Honduras. More info on these as they come along. For all the nonlocal folks unfortunate enough to be a part of this fun Denver collaboration, don't worry there's still quite a lot of fun and delicious coffees to taste. It's crazy how much we've been loving the Ardi and Doña Lucinda, and how quickly we're brewing up both coffees. Take a moment to stop by either cafe and grab a cup.
We're gearing up for cooler weather, sweaters, and cold hands around warm mugs so without further adieu, please take a quick look at our current and most up to date offerings, and keep enjoying tasty coffee!
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