Single-origin blend: Ethiopia/Guatemala/Rwanda.
Tasting notes: CACAO NIB · DONUT PEACH · HONEYSUCKLE
"AttaGirl" is named in honor of our founder's grandmother, the dynamic Kitty O'Shea. Kitty grew up in the Mission District of San Francisco, a first-generation American during the Depression, where street talk colored every interaction and “atta girl” was a favorite Kittyism. She used it unsparingly through her long life to espouse love, praise, and a reminder to embrace life's opportunities. “Atta Girl” is now in the Webster Dictionary; lesson learned that if you stick around long enough, you become noteworthy—perhaps even legendary.
We hear you! You love the taste of coffee but not into the caffeine. We got your back. We created a decaf that tastes bombastic and you feel like you're in it and you can forget that it's decaf. We achieve this magic zone with a blend of Ethiopia, Colombia, and Guatemala decaffeinated through Swiss Water Process (the purest way to decaffeinate beans out there). You only want a water processed decaf. It's a win-win. join the club.
Single-origin blend: 3 Ethiopias.
Tasting Notes: DRIED BLUEBERRY · MAPLE SYRUP · MEXICAN HOT CHOCOLATE
Some might call Epic a triple origin, we prefer single-origin-blend! We roast each component separately and they stand solidly on their own — but when we blend them we create a depth of flavor and full mouthfeel.
Single-origin blend: 3 Colombias
Tasting Notes: MILK CHOCOLATE · HAZELNUT · NOUGAT
Some might call Stoked a triple origin, we prefer single-origin-blend! We roast each component separately and they stand solidly on their own — but when we blend them we create a depth of flavor and full mouthfeel.
UNDER THE PINK:
Coffee-cherry tea is made from the outer husk of a coffee cherry. It’s full of antioxidants and has 1/3 the amount of caffeine as a cup of coffee. Hibiscus coffee-cherry tea is refreshing hot or iced, and the leaves can be re-steeped up to 8 times! We direct source our coffee-cherries from Nicaragua and Costa Rica. We use our dried hibiscus, hibiscus sabdariffa, origin Egypt, USDA Organic.