January’s Coffee

pexels-photo-450301New Year’s has come and gone, and I have to say I am beyond excited for what this year has in store. If your 2017 was anything like mine you had quite the roller coaster ride in both incredible and challenging ways. In my own life I’ve gone from the mountain top of marrying the love of my life, to the valley of being asked to resign from my fairly new corporate job in San Diego not six months later.

The craziest part though, I wouldn’t change any of it. Every up and down in your life is leading you somewhere, and you can either fight tooth and nail against God’s plan or you can show a little faith, have a cup of coffee 😉 and enjoy the ride. We can help with those last two. So here’s to 2018 and making it the best year of your life!

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Halfwit Roasters | Find out more

Coffee:  Ethiopia

Region:  Yirgacheffe

Roast:  Medium | Light

Cupping:  Jasmine | Lemonade | Passion Fruit

Certification:  Direct Trade | Single Origin

Brewing Method:  Chemex | Aeropress | Pour Over

Grind:  Medium | Fine

Tasting Notes:  This is an incredibly rare and delicate coffee. Try it on its own or with a touch of cream and go from there.

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Oregon Mountain Coffee Co. | Find out more

Coffee:  Upper Left

RegionHonduras Cerro Azul

Roast:  Dark

Cupping:  Deep | Fresh Wood | Burnt Sugar

Certification:  Single Origin

Brewing Method:  Pour Over | French Press | Drip Pot

Grind:  Medium | Fine

Tasting Notes:  Very deep and complex flavors. You can almost taste the Oregon woodlands where this coffee is roasted. If you like a lighter brew you may need to adjust your water content for this robust coffee.

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Nossa Familia | Find out more

Coffee:  Delicia

Region:  Brazil Cerrado

Roast:  Medium | Dark

Cupping:  Chocolate | Nutty | Balanced

Certification:  Single Origin | Direct Trade

Brewing Method:  Drip Pot | Mocha Pot | Pour Over

Grind:  Fine | Medium

Tasting Notes:  This is one of the most approachable and well-balanced coffees we have cupped. The light sweetness and lesser acidity makes it the perfect mocha base. A half portion of Becks Cocoa makes and exceptional morning treat.

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Comment below how you enjoyed your coffee or any cool experiences you had this year! We love hearing from you.

As always stay caffeinated.

Colton | Beans N’ Leaves

One Comment Add yours

  1. Peggy Poore says:

    Been stuck on the Nossa Familia this month. What a smooth and tasty cup of coffee. Anxious to try the others but hate to run out of this one!!!

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