Tag Archives: single origins

Dagger Mountain Roastery // Ethiopia Hambela

Ethiopia Hambela is sourced from METAD Agricultural Development PLC (METAD), a family owned business that operates the Hambela Coffee Estate. METAD has a rich history that began after World War II when the Ethiopian Emperor awarded Muluemebet Emiru, the first […] The post Dagger Mountain Roastery // Ethiopia Hambela appeared first on A Table in the Corner of the Cafe.Continue Reading

New Harvest Coffee Roasters // Honduras Los Portillos

Adolfo Reyes Portillos farm lies on the fertile volcanic slopes surrounding Lake Yojoa in the village of El Cielito, Santa Barbara, Honduras. Like many farmers in the region, he has found great success in the Cup of Excellence program, placing […] The post New Harvest Coffee Roasters // Honduras Los Portillos appeared first on A Table in the Corner of the Cafe.Continue Reading

BeanFruit Coffee Company // Kenya Chinga Peaberry

The Kenya Chinga wet mill is located in the Nyeri district of Kenya. The wet mill processes about 230 acres worth of coffee and is part of the Othaya Farmers’ Cooperative Society, which is made up of 783 members. Coffee […] The post BeanFruit Coffee Company // Kenya Chinga Peaberry appeared first on A Table in the Corner of the Cafe.Continue Reading

Kings Arms Coffee Company // Ethiopia Tencho Limu Inara

In the Limu Kosa wareda (neighborhood/district), coffee growers wanted to escape the low-paying loop of individual farmers selling small lots to private traders for low prices. So they formed the Ethiopia Tencho Cooperative in 2008, and in 2010, they built […] The post Kings Arms Coffee Company // Ethiopia Tencho Continue Reading

Conscious Cup Coffee Roasters // Costa Rica Las Lajas

Dona Francisca and Don Oscar Chacon of Costa Rica Las Lajas Micromill are third generation coffee producers in their family. They inherited their farms from their grandparents and are known for being one of the first to process high-quality Honeys […] The post Conscious Cup Coffee Roasters // Costa Rica Las Lajas appeared first onContinue Reading

Evans Brothers Coffee // Colombia Finca Buena Vista

Evans Brothers Coffee Roasters is very excited to offer their Colombia Huila Best Cup Winner #10, Finca Buena Vista by Yudi Alexandra Jimenez (10th out of 700 coffees submitted in Huila,Colombia). They’re so excited, in fact, that they also shipped a […] The post Evans Brothers Coffee // Colombia Finca Buena Vista appeared first on A Table in the Corner of the CafeContinue Reading

Reunion Island Coffee // Finca Buenos Aires Colombia Gesha

Granja La Esperanza is located in the municipality of Trujillo, Valle de Cauca, in the Western Cordillera of Colombia’s Andean mountain range. The Herrera family have been growing coffee for 40 years in Colombia; the farm was started by great-grandparents […] The post Reunion Island Coffee // Finca Buenos Aires Colombia Gesha appeared first on A Table in the Corner of the Cafe.Continue Reading

PERC Coffee // Colombia Samaniego

Kuichi means “rainbow” in the indigenous Quechua language and is the name that 22 Samaniego-based farmers participating in the Borderlands project created for their coffee to distinguish it from other groups in the region. The Borderlands project—which was initiated by Catholic Relief […] The post PERC Coffee // Colombia Samaniego appeared first on A Table in the Corner of the Continue Reading

Kickapoo Coffee Roasters // Ethiopia Worka

This is the second year that the Worka Cooperative has been crafting Grade 1 Lots for export. They did this by working with a dedicated crew of farmers who picked beautifully ripe, perfect cherries. After the meticulous picking, this lot spent some extra time at the dry mill where additional defects Continue Reading

Craft Coffee // Rwanda Rulindo Cocatu Cooperative

Cocatu Cooperative is a group located in the area of Tumba town, in the mountainous Rulindo district, Northern Rwanda. Located at 1820 meters, the coop actually draws coffee from the surrounding hills of 2000+ meters. Cocatu Cooperative is one of the surviving cooperatives from a time when many were formed but few truly prospered. The problem… Read More Craft Coffee // Rwanda Rulindo Cocatu Cooperative Continue Reading

Barefoot Coffee Roasters // Papua New Guinea Arokara

Arokara is a co-operative of Plantations surrounded by mountains. With over 20 years experience in coffee growing and processing in PNG, Arokara has always delivered a quality bean. These plantations… The post Barefoot Coffee Roasters // Papua New Guinea Arokara appeared first on A Table in the Corner of the Cafe.Continue Reading

Craft Coffee // Ethiopia Biftu Gudina

Derived from Amharic language, Biftu Gudina means “ray of development.” The cooperative was established in 2012, and is located in the Agaro – Goma woreda (district) within the Jimma zone…. The post Craft Coffee // Ethiopia Biftu Gudina appeared first on A Table in the Corner of the Cafe.Continue Reading