Reminisce Blend

Reminisce Blend

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Reminisce - Indulge in enjoyable recollection of past events.

Roast Level:  Medium / Dark

Tasting Notes:  Milk Chocolate, Caramel, and Brown Sugar

Process:  Washed

Our Reminisce Blend is made up of coffee from two origins, Guatemala and Colombia.  It is roasted to highlight milk chocolate up front with a caramel and brown sugar finish.  Smell and taste can induce memories and feelings of times past.  This blend brings us back to gatherings with friends and family sitting around a table talking and laughing.  It's that comforting cup of coffee you can count on to make your enjoyable moments even better.

Guatemala - Huehuetenango

Various smallholder farmers

1500 Meters Above Sea Level

The Ceiba lot from Huehuetenango is a community coffee, investing in sustainable sourcing to benefit a large group of producers. The cup profile boasts a rich floral and berry aroma and is full of chocolate, lemon, and raspberry, with a creamy body thanks to the specific Huehuetenango terroir.

Our sourcing partner for Ceiba, Unitrade Coffee, maintains a close connection with producers and is active in improving regional coffee infrastructure.


Colombia - Nariño

Aponte Community - Various smallholder farms

2150 Meters Above Sea Level

The Inga community of Aponte is comprised of descendants of the ancient, pre-Hispanic Incas. During the period of conquest, they remained isolated high in the mountains that became their natural refuge. This community did not resume significant contact with the rest of Colombia until the second half of the nineteenth century. Unfortunately, in the 1990’s, contact was mostly criminal, and the Inga’s refuge became a place of cruelty. For years the tribe was forcibly involved in poppy and heroin production under the influence of guerrilla groups, drug traffickers, and paramilitaries. The once-peaceful mountains teemed with illegal plantations and violence, in which the Ingas were trapped until as recently as fifteen years ago.

In the last decade the mountains have become a safe zone for the Inga tribe, and illegal crops were eradicated to give way to a new culture: coffee! The Caturra variety has been planted in the Inga territory, on smallholder properties in the Resguardo Inga Aponte, at an average of 2150 meters above sea level. This elevation, combined with the Galeras Volcano constantly shedding nutrient-rich ash, makes for an exceptionally complex and sweet coffee.