La Golondrina comes from acooperative of organic farmers in Colombia called Organica. Organica has been producing some of the highest quality Colombian coffees for more than a decade and this year's batch of La Golondrina is no exception. Look for notes of milk chocolate, cherry, and nut with a creamy body.
Brewed on Kalita 155.
The Idido cooperative is situated throughout seven communities in the area east of Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia and is some of the highest grown coffee in the area. Idido is certified organic and exceptionally delicious with notes of melon and citrus with a floral aroma.
Brewed on Kalita 155 and as espresso.
Try or Summer Special!
Summer Shandy: Black iced tea, simple syrup, and a shot of Idido espresso. Malty, citrusy, refreshing and delicious.
Finca el Puente
Finca el Puente is run by the husband and wife team of Moises and Marysabel. They work closely with the folks at Counter Culture on the constant quest to improve their product and experiment with new varieties and farming techniques. This particular lot consists of mostly Catuai variety and it shines with notes of concord grape, brown sugar, and toasted nut.
Brewed on Fetco for hot drip.
The name Big Trouble comes from the difficult task of sourcing high quality coffees from small scale farms that bring clean, sweet flavors with low acidity. Look for easy to love flavors of caramel and nut with a round body.
Current blend components:
60% Finca Nueva Armenia Bella Vista, Guatemala
40% Los Nubes, El Salvador
Brewed as espresso and as Japanese style iced coffee.
Slow Motion is naturally decaffeinated using chemical free water processing. Counter Culture uses the same great quality beans they use in all their coffees, so expect the same great flavor minus the jolt.