Organic Randy's Blend
Body: Rich, Organized
Accents: Bold with a hint of Sarcasm
Acidity: Focused & Centered
This house blend, boasts a delicate balance of some of the finest Central & South American Coffees. The perfectly balanced acidity, which presents a wonderful brightness, can only be complimented with a medium body to make an astounding middle-of-the-road cup of coffee. Such an exceptionally amazing coffee cannot be beat for being the best cup to brighten your morning – not unlike Randy’s friendly smile and humorous greetings
Body: Deep, Wild
Accents: Earthy, Tobacco
Remarkably low in acidity, this stomach friendly coffee carries a considerably different yet tantalizing taste profile unlike any other coffee grown on earth. The intent of the PermataGayo Coop is to increase the sales of the organic coffee grown on the very small farms of its 50 members. Devastated by civil war and earthquake, the farmers hope for a peaceful future, prosperity & careful stewardship of the natural environment.
Breakneck Espresso Blend
Flavor: Berry, Chocolate, Floral
Body: Consuming, Fulfilling
Using five different coffees from all over the world, this blend required careful combining and tasting. After many attempts, the many attributes that make an exceptional espresso came together. Exploding with flavor, crema, and sweetness, this blend produces the finest espresso available.
JB's Black Velvet
Body: Smooth, Deep
Accents: Sweetness Like Dark Honey
Challenged to bring a new blend to the cupping table, our roasters at Crescent Moon stepped up to the plate. The result is a perfect blend of earthy African coffees with the smooth sweetness of South American Beans. The name appropriately is also a blend of two names suggested by our customers in a fundraiser for the Stone Family. J.B. is the father of the family. Hewas recently diagnosed with cancer. Many folks from the community have tried to raise funds to help them with the costs associated with his treatments. The Black Velvet aptly describes the brew. And so we have . . . JB's Black Velvet.
Did you know that deep dark cup of joe in your hand started
out as a juicy red berry?
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Coffee was first discovered in Ethiopia by a goat herder, Kaldi. Nearby monks saw Kaldi and his herd frolicking through the pastures with exuberance, and decided to pick a few berries for themselves. What happened to the monks? Did they fly to new heights in their divine quest or did their coffee breath overtake the monastery?
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