artisan, Coffee, collaboration, community, News and Upcoming Events, whiskey
Reserve Awesome Today!
August 31, 2020 | Adam Carpenter
Whiskey Barrel-Aged Coffee is Back! In full force this beautiful Oregon White Winter Wheat Whiskey by Branch Point Distillery, dances with our Caravan Guatemala Monte Cristo creating a full bodied, syrupy sweet coffee that lingers with spiced tropical fruits and a vanillin butterscotch aftertaste. Like a great whiskey, this coffee should...Read More
artisan, collaboration, community, guatemala, local, New Coffee, party, roasting, whiskey
Whiskey Coffee is Back! ... almost.
2nd Annual Local Collaboration! Stay Tuned as Pre-Sale Begins Soon! Back by popular demand we are proud to announce the limited release of our Branch Point Distillery whiskey barrel aged coffee! Pre-sale...Read More
Cafe Feminino, Coffee, Culture Snapshots, Fair trade, Giving Back, Organic, sumatra, Women Owned
Femenino puts the "T" in S.E.T.
This month (August) our Tasting Room is offering a special dark roast of our single origin Sumatra Kokowagayo by Cafe Femenino. Available ONLY in our Tasting Room - you'll have to come...Read More
artisan, Caravan, Coffee, Culture Snapshots, Ethiopia, Fair trade, Featured, Organic, Sidama
Ethiopia puts the "E" in S.E.T.
This month (August) our Tasting Room is pulling liquid gold cold brew from one of our favorite coffees. As a single origin offering Ethiopia Damo Sidama is a Wow! coffee for many reasons. It bursts...Read More
101, artisan, Caravan, Coffee, coffee cupping, Cupping, Education, espresso
Sensory Calibration - Part 2, what are all these "tasting notes" anyways?
In my last sensory calibration post, I asked if you have ever noticed the three flavor words on our coffee bags? Capstone for instance, “Vibrant Citrus, Milk Chocolate, and Sweet”. I...Read More
artisan, Coffee, coffee cupping, Cupping, Education
Sensory Calibration - Part 1, where do coffee tasting notes come from?
Have you ever wondered how coffee companies select those enticing and elusive description notes on a bag of coffee? Our QC Lead, Paul, describes a bit of the process in...Read More