Our July 2018 Coffee Selections
SYPCOFFEE always means discerning. Fresh roasted. Single-origin. Small-lot. Because you and those whom you have entrusted us to gift on your behalf deserve an exceptional cup every time. Below, our newest coffee selections for gifting or home:
Altitude: 3,150+ Feet
Producer: Marinalva Ivo das Neves
Process: Fully Washed
Varietal: Yellow and Red Catuai
Notes: Brown Sugar, Cream, Buttery
This coffee, sourced from Fazenda Riacho Doce, a single estate owned by Marinalva who, in 1986, took over her farm located on the Vitoria da Conquista plateau in the town of Barra do Choca, is special. Ripe coffee cherries are harvested during the day and taken to the washing station on the farm by days end where they are de-pulped and left to rest in fermentation tanks up to 15 hours. Afterwards, they are washed and left to slowly dry in greenhouses. This process, along with the region's unique microclimate, helps produce one of the creamiest bodied coffees we have come across.
Altitude: 3,600+ Feet
Producer: John Schippers
Notes: Pecan, Molasses
John Schippers farm, Finca San Luis El Volcanito in Pueblo Nuevo Vinas in the Santa Rosa region, dates back to 1881. Between the Guatemalan mountains, beans grow on very fertile land courtesy of the farm's private volcano. The farm is also home to 11 worker families who are provided land for their own crops and their own school built in 2014 supporting pre-kindergarten through 6th grade educations, In addition, the Schippers family recently renovated the onsite church, right down to new pews and bibles. The Schippers 2 daughters, Paulina and Dany, make up Dos Ninas Coffee Importers, and this is through whom we discovered these remarkable beans and more importantly, family. We hope this cup provides as much enjoyment in taste as it does it knowing your gift also supports such a wonderful family.
Altitude: 4,950+ Feet
Producer: 41, Small, Family Owned Farms
Notes: Cinnamon Spice Cake, Maple
From the northeast region of Colombia called Santander which includes the Magdalena River Valley, a flat area with an average temperature of 84 degrees and the mountainous region of eastern cordillera, this lot is sourced from 41, small, family owned farms whom are aided by the Farmer Support Organization on sustainable production techniques. Cupping a variety of roast profiles, we are roasting this bean dark, which produces a beautifully even color and even more memorable, bold cup.