These are in season, ethically sourced coffees from around world. Each coffee is individually chosen by us because they are coffees we love to drink.
First planted in 1966, El Tambor farm was purchased by the Caledron Family in 2001. At an elevation of 1750 masl, the site provides a swift diurnal change from hot growing days to cool nights. This cycle is instrumental to the interesting coffee grown at El Tambor.
The Calderon family uses biodynamic and organic agricultural practices. The finca is on a migration route for butterflies, which flutter all over the area, the rich canopy of trees on the farm forming a haven for them.
They also produce their own honey and set aside land to be protected against agricultural impact. Workers at El Tambor are supported with land to grow their own food and help them in building their own houses.
Tasting notes: cardamom, ginger, grape soda, roasted barley, and tamari