March 2019 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: 5,500+ Feet
Producer: 36 Small, Family Farms
Process: Washed
Varietal: Castillo and Caturra
Roast: Dark
Notes: Green Apple, Milk Chocolate

From the center of Colombia’s Huila province, Garzon has 3 microclimates: the Magdalena River Valley, a, humid, flat area with an average temperature of 84 degrees, Llano de la Virgen, an arid grassland and the mountainous Central Region region of eastern cordillera. This lot is sourced from 36 small producers farming an average of less than 4 acres apiece. Ripe cherries were fermented, washed and dried on patios and drying silos. We are roasting this bean dark, which produces a bold, memorable cup.




costa rica

Altitude: 3,950+ Feet
Producer: Otto Klotti Family
Process: Washed
Varietal: Catuai and Caturra
Roast: Medium
Notes: Caramel, Chocolate, Pear

One of our all-time favorites and the selection that started it all. This year’s crop of this beautiful coffee affords discernible flavor notes marked by an exceptionally clean finish and we remain impressed with every single cup. This remarkable bean is grown on the Otto Klotti family's 148 acre Candelaria Estate near the town of Palmares in Costa Rica's Central Valley. The Swiss and Costa Rican Klotti family has operated the estate since 1965 and is extremely active in the local community, sponsoring schools and sports facilities.


Altitude: 3,600+ Feet
Producer: John Schippers
Process: Washed
Varietal: Caturra
Roast: Medium
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.


costa rica honey

Altitude: 4,000+ Feet
Producer: Small, Family Run Farms
Process: Honey
Varietal: Catuai and Caturra
Roast: Medium
Notes: Nougat, Cane Sugar, Apple

The honey process, initiated in Costa Rica, entails leaving the coffee cherry’s mucilage - or honey - on the bean during the drying stage, allowing for a uniquely sweet cup. Hand-picked, depulped and dried on patios for a week at Costa Rica’s most modern mill established in 1888, Beneficio San Diego. Available in limited quantities, this is a special cup.