Here in Wisconsin, there’s little better than that first picking of strawberries and rhubarb in the early summer. Jam, pies, summer cocktails…different foods signal each season.
Coffee is the same way. On this side of the world, the harvest cycle starts with South America below the equator and is followed by Central Americans. In specific microclimates, the harvest moves up the mountain into higher elevation as the picking progresses.
As coffee roasters, we’re always in tune with what’s in season. Right now, fresh crop Central Americans are rolling into the roastery. This week we’re pleased to release this year’s Organic Guatemala Rio Azul & Organic Mexican Comon from our long term farmer partners.