Heidi Swift wrote a rad article on Courier Coffee that came out in Sundays Oregonian in the Travel section, check it out here. Complete photo gallery here. Heidi also wrote about us here, on her blog The Everyday Athlete.
On the coffee front we have some new samples coming to us from Royal Coffee. Particularly we are excited about coffee from the Cenaproc cooperative in Bolivia. We carried coffee from this cooperative last year and it was fantastic, perhaps one of our favorites from 2008, besides the Koratie cooperative coffee, Ethiopia. Royal only purchased one container this year, hoping there is some left for us by the time we roast and cup the sample.
Currently in our cellar we are offering..
Flores Bajawa Ngura (where Ngura means wet-hulled), organically grown
Ethiopia grade 2 (washed) Yirgacheffe, Oromia cooperative, org grown.
El Salvador Palo De Campana finca Alaska.
El Salvador Borbollon (red bourbon varietal) fincas la Reforma & el Cerro for espresso only.
Guatemala Esquipulas de Chiquimula finca Las Nubes.
Decaf Chiapas Mexico ORPAE cooperative, org grown, water process decaf.
Now we should say that while we have these coffees, they are not always roasted, or being roasted everyday. Half and Half Cafe, Little Red Bike Cafe, and Eastmoreland Market all retail our coffee. Walk ins are welcome at our workshop, but it is always best to call ahead to make sure we have what you want roasted.