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NOTE: All of our premium Arabica coffees are roasted to City+ to Full City roasts, showing minimal-to-no surface oils….we want all of the flavor to stay in the beans until the coffee is ground! Despite the additional descriptors, the first flavor and aroma you'll think of is "COFFEE".

Costa Rica Black Honey Monge Family

Country of Origin: Costa-Rica
Costa Rica Black Honey Monge Family
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Fans of alternative processing will really love the new Costa Rica Familia (Rodolfo and Gustavo) Monge Black Honey. Fully-ripe Catuai and Caturra varietal cherry is picked and partially pulped at their farm micromill in La Esperanza de Tarrazu, then brought to dry on raised beds. “Black” is the designation for cherries processed with the most possible mucilage left on the beans (there's also “White”, “Yellow” and “Red”, with white being the least amount). The more mucilage, the fruitier the final product. This coffee evinces a broad spectrum of yum, from concord grape to dark chocolate to cinnamon and many other savory notes in between. The Monge farm is 12 hectares and the coffee shrubs are intercropped with various fruit species. They have farmed this terrain outside of San Jose for over 40 years and 5 years ago brought in the micromill to have more process control and microlot traceability. Results have been fantastic and they regularly compete in the Costa Rica Cup of Excellence. This coffee is best experienced in pourover, with a 3:15-4:00 minute total time on 20 gram dose of ground joe.
 1 lb. bag $14.95 lb.


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Symphony Latte, by Tyler Hauptman of Sweet Masterpiece
Barista Tyler Hauptman of Sweet Masterpiece (Portland, OR) shows off his chops on Badbeard's Symphony blend coffee.
"Just checkin in boss. I certainly had to re-up on the best micro brew coffee in the world from the best micro brew DUDE on the planet! Thanks again chief. Your Boy from MINNEAPOLIS has to have the best coffee in order to bring the FUNK MPLS SOUND to CALI this week. PEACE, DP"
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