What is specialty coffee?
Specialty coffee translates to nothing more than to QUALITY.
That’s the word we would use to summarize its meaning, but according to the SCA, here’s a better explanation:
“Specialty coffee can consistently exist through the dedication of the people who have made it their life’s work to continually make quality their highest priority.
This is not the work of only one person in the lifecycle of a coffee bean; specialty can only occur when all of those involved in the coffee value chain work in harmony and maintain a keen focus on standards and excellence from start to finish.
This is no easy accomplishment, and yet because of these dedicated professionals, there are numerous specialty coffees available right now, across the globe, and likely right around the corner from you.”
For more info, visit: https://thecaffeinespot.com/what-is-specialty-coffee/
Where do you get your coffee from?
As right now, we work with specialty coffee importers. We are working hard on sourcing our coffee beans directly from the origins: Costa Rica, Peru, Colombia…
How fresh is the coffee?
SUPER FRESH! Our promise is to provide you with the freshest and most quality coffee EVERY TIME.
Thus, we roast your coffee a maximum of 1 week before we ship it, and we indeed stamp the roast date on each coffee bag! That’s how we make sure you’re getting the freshest coffee.
You will definitely taste the difference!
Do you flavor the coffee?
No, the only ingredient in our coffee is coffee!
You will see that every coffee in our site is associated to some tasting notes: caramel, chocolate, grapefruit, hazelnut… These are called tasting notes and are the flavors we have identified within each coffee, but are not added flavors or ingredients.
What are the tasting notes you list?
The tasting notes are flavors we have identified within each coffee and that you can discover in single-origin coffee.
How much coffee comes in each bag?
We offer 12oz and 5lb bag options. The 12oz bags are primarily aimed at home or individual consumption (12oz will serve about 30 cups of coffee) while the 5lb bag is offered for coworking spaces, coffee shops….
However, you don’t need to be a business to get the 5lb bag