Good Coffee Tells A Great Story

Slow Coffee One of the most widely enjoyed aspects of coffee is that it provides a nice jolt of caffeine that sends us all on our way to a land of productivity. However, coffee is more than a caffeinated commodity. Coffee is a work of art, a true form of culinary expertise and should be presented and enjoyed as such. We’re not saying that it would be wrong to enjoy coffee simply for the caffeination benefit. We are merely suggesting that this “slow coffee” approach gives coffee the higher standards it deserves and allows you to enjoy and savor the complex flavors it can offer. Use Your Senses Beyond caffeine, what does the coffee have to offer? What aromas do you smell? What flavor notes do you taste? One of the biggest realizations to be made is that coffee doesn’t just taste like “coffee” any more than a Merlot just tastes like “wine”. Good Coffee Tells A Great Story Sometimes there is nothing better than sitting and thinking about what you are consuming. Your coffee was grown by a farmer, hand picked and processed, roasted to perfection and brewed for your cup. Let that journey become a part of your experience.
Cream & Sugar Dark Roast from Cultivar
A perfect way to ease into the morning
Roast Level: Dark
Price: $14.00 for 12 oz.
Reward Beans: 30
Decaf Colombia from Cultivar
You might just think you're drinking regular
Roast Level: Medium
Price: $19.00 for 12 oz.
Reward Beans: 45
Finca Malacara Red Bourbon from Cultivar
Brown Sugar, Caramel, Apple
Roast Level: Medium Light
Price: $17.00 for 12 oz.
Reward Beans: 40