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Groovin' Coffee

Groovin' Coffee

Just in time to get you in the mood! Slide into the right summer groove this June, with our Groovin’ coffee blend. This is a dark roasted coffee for dark roast lovers. It was designed to be a change of pace coffee for the end of the afternoon to get you through the end of a workday. It’s a little spicy, has a hearty touch of cocoa, and a rich creaminess that will give you that end of the day pick me up you’re looking for.

A Blend of the Americas

This crowd-pleasing coffee blend is an almost equal mixture of dark roasted Honduras and dark roasted Brazil. A seamless marriage of Latin American and South American coffee. Brazilian coffee is generally low in acidity, has some bold and distinct chocolatey notes and, over the roasting process, develops some wonderfully tasting bittersweet flavors that keeps the coffee interesting and lively. Brazilian coffees are commonly used in espresso, blends, single origins - all of the above! The country of Brazil produces the most coffee on the plant, and it’s not a close race. Because of the elevation and climate, Brazilian beans can’t reach the depth and complexity as Ethiopians, Kenyan, or Guatemala’s can. But don’t be fooled, a lack of complexity doesn’t mean a lack of flavor. Brazilian beans are always a crowd pleaser and are a very approachable drinking experience.

Finca Santa Lucia

The Honduran coffee we use for this blend comes direct from Finca Santa Lucia. Perfectly planted in Montaña de La Choca, a Honduras national mountain reserve, Finca Santa Lucia is surrounded by a cloud forest full of exotic wildlife and beautiful vistas. The well-defined seasons in this region contribute to the high quality of specialty coffees grown at Finca Santa Lucia. The rainy season results in beautiful cherry development, and the clear, dry season allows the producers in this area to slowly sun-dry their coffee on outdoor patios. This step allows the coffee to roast very evenly and maximizes its inherent sweetness.

Combine that inherent sweetness with the distinct bittersweet chocolate of our Brazil, and you’ve got a bold, and interesting cup of coffee that’ll keep you coming back for more this June.

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