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A Coffee for a Season in a Golden Light

2020 Fall Blend

A New Way to Tell Time
Our Seasonal Blends capture the essence of each season. Inspired by fall and using color as our guide, our 2020 Fall Blend evokes the time of year when the Northern Hemisphere shifts away from the sun and the light turns flaxen.


Toasted Pecan

Apple Cider


A Coffee for a Season in a Golden Light
Fall Blend
Notes of toasted pecans, apple cider, and nutmeg
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Roasts and ships on Friday, September 25th

Roasts and ships on Friday, September 25th

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For this season of transition, we yearned for a down-to-earth coffee blend, a richer cup to warm us against the first chill in the air. We looked to Colombia for the foundation and to East Africa for the accent. Together, the beans are roasted a few minutes longer on the roasting drum, yielding a fuller-bodied coffee with caramelized sugar sweetness and a depth like toasted nuts. Its straightforward profile might just ring of nostalgia for those of us who first fell for coffee by way of heftier Latin American-based blends. But whether or not such a balanced coffee is familiar to you, its caramel sweetness and hints of warm spice make for one fine cup—with or without milk.
  • All of our blends (both the individual components and the blend itself) are tested weekly by our professional tasters to ensure quality and deliciousness.
  • For our whole bean coffee, 24 hours is the maximum time that could possibly pass between roasting our coffee and shipping it to you. (It's usually even less.)
  • Cupping spoons and a practiced palate are the key instruments of our Quality Control team, who taste, evaluate, and refine our coffees every day.
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  • All shipping emissions offset with investments in projects to reduce greenhouse gases.
Central America

We looked to Colombia to find a rich and layered coffee that would take to a darker roast well. Our import partner, Azahar, pointed us to farmers in the Huila Department, Colombia’s most productive coffee region. There, the fertile Magdalena Valley gives way to washed arabica coffees that are complex yet comforting—a sweet foundation for our Fall Blend.

East Africa

Kenya, Burundi, and Rwanda are known to produce supremely expressive and fruity coffees. By roasting single-origin worthy coffees from East Africa darker than we would when serving them alone, their telltale florality is turned down a notch, making way for a syrupy sweetness to develop instead, which gives Fall its decadent mouthfeel and complexity.

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