This coffee is sold out!
This coffee was so good but we only had a limited amount! We released this coffee during the winter holiday season of 2020. Maybe the artwork is a hint to my mood at the time, but I think many people could probably relate! At least the coffee is good! The name of the coffee just so happened to be "Esperanza." It made me laugh to myself when I realized the serendipitous irony as I was putting the finishing touches on the label.
This illustration is also available as an art print now!
Did you have a chance to try this? Leave a comment below!
In case you wanted to reminisce on this cutie, here's the original post:
NEED A BREAK! Flavors of port wine and chocolate-dipped strawberries provide a temporary escape! This coffee is fragrant, fruity, and just slightly boozy in the best way! Relax, take a break, and sink into the drink!
This micro-lot is a unique varietal named Esperanza and is the first generation hybrid from crossing Sarchimor T5296 with Etiope 25 varietals. Grown by Aquiares Estate in Costa Rica, this institution has a long history but continues to innovate through new processing methods and breeding new varietals. At their onsite mill, the cherries are sorted, anaerobically fermented for a couple of days, then sundried in a process that Aquiares calls "natural-anaerobic."
- Origin: Aquiares, Cartago, Costa Rica
- Elevation: 1200 - 1400 meters ASL
- Varietal: Esperanza F1 Hybrid
- Producer/Farm: Aquiares Estate Coffee
- Process: Natural-anaerobic
- Tasting Notes: port wine, chocolate, strawberries, melon
- Roasted by Pair Cupworks
- Quantity: 8 dry oz (226 grams)