Slow Burn - espresso blend
Region: Mina Gerais
Process: Pulped Natural
Region: Aceh, Sumatra
Its name speaks to that ever -glowing, ever-burning passion that resides within each one of us and serves as our guiding light through life's twists and turns.
Coffee Story - Indonesia
In 2011 Foster and Anna moved away from the capital city of Aceh to the central highlands of the Aceh province to work with the community to solve soil infertility problems. Trained local villagers in sustainable agricultural land technology. Planted new coffee plants in between hedgerows of leguminous plants. The co-op consists of twelve families.
Coffee Story - Brazil
Fazenda Passeio is located in the southern part of Minas Gerais, where an abundance of specialty coffees are grown. Headed by Adolfo Henrique Vieira Ferreira, the estate focuses on not only the production of fine coffees but the preservation of the surrounding environment. Currently, 130 hectares are devoted to the production of coffee. The coffee is picked by hand. This can be quite rare for Brazil. The Vieira Ferreira family has been producing coffee in the region for over three generations. Their aim is to improve and increase productivity with respect to the environment and the local workforce, which is a large part of the operation. There is a strong emphasis on social improvement as well. All of the local workers receive social support, such as schooling for their children, workforce training, and environmental education
This coffee is roasted with espresso in mind but beautiful with all brew methods.