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  1. Spirit Tea: Sunstone

    Full-bodied and low in astringency, Sunstone draws its inspiration primarily from the rich black teas of Southwest China, creating something familiar and yet genre-transcending: brisk enough to stand up to what so ever you put in it brilliant and nuanced enough to be sipped on its own.


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  2. Spirit Tea: Rosella

    Rosella is a common name for hibiscus, a reference to the deep red color of the flower and its infusion. Perhaps the most popular cold fusion in the world, hibiscus is the focal point of Rosella providing remarkable tanginess, lemongrass expresses tangy citrus zest, and licorice root naturally elevates the sweetness and clarity of the tonic.

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  3. Spirit Tea: Kodama Sencha

    Sencha differs from other green teas in its crisp, deep umami flavor.

    This extra boost comes from growing the tea plants in full sun, promoting extra tannin in the leaf.

    Our sencha from Spirit Tea is grown in the Yame province of Japan by the Yamaguchi family.

     

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  4. Inzá

    Classic yet complex, this coffee from the Cauca region benefits from a dash of Typica, an uncommon cultivar in Colombia.

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  5. Andino

    One of our most versatile coffees, this all-around star from the farmers of the town of Bruselas is at once chocolatey, fruity, and grounded. Iced, filter, espresso, or immersion--it's good no matter how you choose to brew.

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  6. Miguel Guzman

    Another late-harvest Honduran from our San Vicente project, producer Miguel Guzman's coffee balances warm spice and lively citrus.

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  7. Conductor Blend

    Just like its namesake, this blend leads the way. Conductor takes two reliable yet distinct elements together for a harmonious, approachable coffee.
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  8. Vides

    Guatemala’s smooth, balanced coffees win over coffee drinkers of all stripes. Vides's coffee from Finca El Rincon (meaning “the corner” in Spanish) is the intersection of crisp acidity and silky, milk-chocolate body.

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  9. Sero Bebes

    Papua New Guinea embodies complexity--in culture, in landscape, in people. This coffee from the washing station of Sero Bebes is also complex, but in a truly enjoyable way. We love how it's so balanced, but gives little hints of strange notes like fall leaves and mango.

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  10. Iced Coffee

    Our rotating seasonal selection for iced coffee. Coffees may change, but you'll always get the same full-bodied profile.

    Current Selection: Kenya Giakanja

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  11. Sugarcane Decaf

    A sweet, flavorful decaf with a lower carbon footprint.

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  12. Deisy Muñoz

    Deisy Muñoz presents a coffee that's comforting, yet unique: a foundation of chocolate flavor finishes with notes like kiwi and green grape.

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  13. Zarzal

    Closed off to the world for decades due to regional violence, the Colombian state of Nariño is finally getting the attention it deserves. This micro-lot from Luis Alfredo Guerrero's Finca Zarzal is a great example.

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