We don’t really rest here. It’s not that kind of bed, silly! These are drying beds in Ethiopia, and the only things that rest on them are high-elevation, fully washed, Arabica coffee beans.
Resting isn’t really on our agenda anyway. We have cupping labs throughout East Africa and Latin America to visit. We have meetings with co-op members and independent growers to attend. We have farms and mills to inspect, at the ends of long and bumpy roads through beautiful highlands. And we have to catch our flights home to San Francisco, so we can roast these coffees up, and share them with you.
That’s why we can’t rest. We have to roast the fourteen (!) coffees we’re offering you right now.
Most of them are from folks with whom we (and you) already forged relationships over the last few years. We’re pleased to welcome back some familiar flavors from Kenya, Rwanda, Colombia, and Guatemala. When you’ve finished trying those, spare a minute for the incredible new coffees of Ethiopia’s far west.
Anyway: tool around our Web site, make yourself some coffee, and relax. Check out the photos by Tal, Jodi, and Jeremy. Maybe even read a little if you feel like it. But no matter what, don’t sleep on these coffees. That would be just plain silly.