Coffee fuels us when we need it the most to keep building and creating great things. Let a special cup fill your heart with joy. 

how we process our favorite drink to perfection

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organic,
fresh, &
delicious

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farms

Our responsible farms in Costa Rica and Colombia produce fresh coffee cherries, with very high environmental and social standards. Our farms look more like forests with more than just coffee: Orange and cacao trees, wild grass, and other native plants provide aromas to the coffee, while mixed farming is more sustainable practice than monocultures.

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Photo by Austin Park on Unsplash

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farms

Our responsible farms in Costa Rica and Colombia produce fresh coffee cherries, with very high environmental and social standards. Our farms look more like forests with more than just coffee: Orange and cacao trees, wild grass, and other native plants provide aromas to the coffee, while mixed farming is more sustainable practice than monocultures.

Photo by Rodrigo Flores on Unsplash
Photo by Austin Park on Unsplash
Photo by Riley Farabaugh on Unsplash
Photo by Joshua Newton on Unsplash

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drying

Processing and drying the coffee cherries includes washing the fresh beans, fermenting to release the flavors, peeling the beans, and then sun-drying them, and then milling to remove the dried fruit residue.

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drying

Processing and drying the coffee cherries includes washing the fresh beans, fermenting to release the flavors, peeling the beans, and then sun-drying them, and then milling to remove the dried fruit residue.

Photo by Joshua Newton on Unsplash
Photo by Riley Farabaugh on Unsplash

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roasting

Roasting is probably the most highly-acclaimed processes in coffee production. The dried beans are magically converted to dark brown, in a range of light to dark roast. Surprisingly, a light roast contains more caffeine than a dark roast coffee.

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roasting

Roasting is probably the most highly-acclaimed processes in coffee production. The dried beans are magically converted to dark brown, in a range of light to dark roast. Surprisingly, a light roast contains more caffeine than a dark roast coffee.

Photo by Alex Jones on Unsplash
Photo by Rebekah Howell on Unsplash
Photo by Blake Richard Verdoorn on Unsplash

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brewing

Brewing coffee, whether in the shop, at home, or out camping, is the process of grinding the roasted coffee beans to perfection and then brewing with hot water. Many different methods are popular for this, which one is better ultimately depends on your taste!

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brewing

Brewing coffee, whether in the shop, at home, or out camping, is the process of grinding the roasted coffee beans to perfection and then brewing with hot water. Many different methods are popular for this, which one is better ultimately depends on your taste!

Photo by Blake Richard Verdoorn on Unsplash
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Is it time for a cup now?

coffee co

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