For the past few years, we've sourced a handful of single-farmer lots from within the COMSA cooperative in Marcala, Honduras. COMSA also provides the coffee we use in our Funky Mamacita blend, French roast, and Gran's Blend. Currently we have four outstanding COMSA microlots rounding out our Apex Series, including a natural-process coffee from Eraldo Garcia, manager of quality control at COMSA's wet mill in Marcala.
Any way you accomplish it, cold brewing is an excellent way to enjoy your Higher Grounds coffee this summer.
Saveur du Kivu (SduK) is a celebration of the reemergence of coffee in the Democratic Republic of Congo. As the specialty coffee cupping competition and annual meeting for representatives throughout the international supply chain, the event supports the construction of DRC’s specialty coffee industry, producing some of the world's finest Arabica coffee.
The “Congo Comeback” showcases how an inclusive, collaborative, and equitable market system translates to stronger, more resilient, and diverse value chains.
Jennifer traveled to Marcala, Honduras during the third week of March to visit our partner farmers at COMSA with a group of other roasters and staff from Coop Coffees.