12 oz. Bag — $21
This naturally processed Geisha nanolot comes to us from Finca Las Duanas in the Metapan Mountain Range of El Salvador. Look for notes of pineapple, strawberry, milk chocolate, honeysuckle, and wild blueberry.
Is it a bike pump or a coffee brewer? The Aeropress is fun, makes a delicious cup, and the recipes are endless. Are you into the inverted method? Take it camping and find out.
While most of the coffees in Sumatra are produced using Indonesia's signature Giling Basah/wet-hulled process, this lot is dry processed, meaning its outer fruit (aka cherry) is left intact while it dries on raised beds over the course of several weeks. Kept under the protective cover of domes, the coffee is turned frequently to ensure that it’s dried evenly before it's milled and sorted again by hand.
This coffee is produced by the 320 members of the Koerintji Barokah Bersama Co-op who live and farm at the foot of Mount Kerinci, one of the many active volcanoes that form the 40,000-kilometer Pacific Ring of Fire.
Sucafina Specialty is partnering with Rikolto and the Koerintji Barokah Bersama cooperative to donate shade trees in Indonesia! Every bag of Kerinci Gunung Tujuh Sumatra green coffee that Red Rooster purchases from our importing partners at Sucafina Specialty will generate a donation of 1 avocado tree to Barokah member farmers.