New Offerings for the Winter
A blog post written especially for you by Woody on February 24, 2012
Well winter is here, the days are shorter and the nights are colder and we are here to help keep you warm and motivated during these times. We have just released our new quarterly coffee list and I wanted to highlight a few of the changes we have made. First of all, our wintery Nor’easter is still out and available. It is a viennese roast (lighter than French, but a bit darker than full city) of Indonesian coffees blended with just the right amount of a lighter bodied Central American coffee. It is roasty, chocolaty, and a tad on the smokey side, perfect for those cold/mild/unseasonably warm winter nights. But it won’t be around for too much longer and you won’t be seeing it again until next year, so stock up now.
We also have 6 new single origins we are quite proud of, a Rwanda Gatare Washing Station Bourbon, an organic Bali Blue Moon semi washed, and some delightful little numbers from Colombia, Ethiopia, more Ethiopia (this one’s decaf), and Honduras. The Rwanda is lighter bodied with grapefruited notes a nice snappy acidity and a creamy english walnut finish. The Bali Blue Moon is syrupy, full of warm spices and cocoa. And I’ll let you discover the others. It looks like we’ll also have a late arrival or two which I (or possibly Jacob) will be blogging more about when the time is right. Hint: think decaf thoughts.
That’s all for now so until next time, good night and good coffee.