3 lb Bundle: Popular

(1 customer review)

Three individual pounds, this bundle includes:

Guatemalan Premium Huehuetenango Finca Vista Hermosa

Mexican Terruño Nayarita Cuarenteño Washed Processed

Costa Rican Org. SHB EP Finca Amistad

$19.85

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Jon’s coffee special features three of our most popular coffees.
This bundle includes:

*Bundles change over time. You will get the listed coffees at the time of order. *

We have been friends with the award winning Finca Vista Hermosa almost as long as we have been working in coffee. The background of the farm, the meticulous growing and processing practices, the empowerment of the workers (and their neighbors) is all top notch. The farm has been in the family for three generations and is one of the few that survived the Guatemalan revolution, not by luck, but because of how they treated their workers and the respect they have gained in the Mayan community. The largest perk to working with them, the taste and quality of the product.

This brew is a masterpiece of smoothness, cleanliness, and subtle sweetness, making it a delightful choice for all-day sipping. Delight in a harmonious blend of flavors that spans the spectrum from light to dark. These beans offer a captivating cup profile with a predominant malty character, accompanied by intriguing hints of acidity.

Tasting Notes: A tasty mix of tones, great from light to dark. The cup profile is mostly down the malty side but these beans have some awesome jazz.

Medium roasting really pulls together a tasty treat but you can take it lighter or darker depending on personal taste preference.

Hints of floral mixing with smooth nutty & malty features. Will show some winy citric and fruit acidity in the light to medium roast spectrum but all in all a medium to low acidity brew with a medium body.

Smooth, clean and sweet edged, a cup we are more than willing to drink all day. Guatemalans almost always hold dark roasts nicely for adding a little sweet malty note to the smoky and roasty tones is a tasty mix.

Roasting Notes: Easy to roast, being a hand crafted lot by Edwin himself, you can see a little variance in color but it is small, putting this in the easy to roast category. Medium to low chaff. If you do not have a personal roast level preference, try it first at a nice medium roast.

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Mexican Terruño Nayarita Cuarenteño Washed Processed

This is an excellent fresh lot from Terruno Nayarita. One of the most trackable and sustainable Mexican coffees (and tasty!). Our first relationship coffees here at Burman, we have been working with them for going on 18 seasons now. Be sure to   check out all the information at trackyourcoffee.com. This is lot GTN8411008

Want to know why we think Terruño Nayarita is so cool? Check out our new blog post about them. 

This is a farm that holds a special place in our hearts. Gathered around an extinct volcano, Cerro San Juan, a committed group of 260 cooperative coffee farmers are working together to produce arguably the best coffee in Mexico. Terruño Nayarita coffees come from heirloom trees. The word ‘Terruño’ means ‘homestead’. These are farmers that take great pride in their coffee.

San Cristobal Coffee Importers takes great care to find and produce excellent coffee, making sure farmers use safe, sustainable shade techniques and provide a fair wage to the workers. Check out their webpage:
San Cristobal

Tasting Notes:

Always our favorite Mexican coffees . A little fuller bodied than most lots, good sweetness and full of floral, nutty, caramel & chocolaty tones. Lighter roasts accentuate the cool floral & caramel qualities but will have noticeable lemony citric crispness. Medium to just before 2nd crack will produce smooth defined and balanced cups. Darker roasts get edgy and strong, smoky nutty and bakers chocolate tones which some will definitely like as well

Roasting Notes:
Tasty from light to dark but I would shoot for a nice medium roast to start. A little bit of a rougher cup into second crack but very chocolaty with just a hint of a floral aromatics, a smoky finish. A bit more delicate, sweeter and smoother at lighter roasts. A good bean to play with different roast levels. Even roasting with medium to low chaff.

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Costa Rican Org. SHB EP Finca Amistad

Hacienda la Amistad, located in Coto Brus, a canton in the province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica, is owned and operated by Roberto Montero, a third generation coffee farmer. Roberto’s grandfather first came to the area in the early 1900’s as part of a team surveying the border between Costa Rica and the newly formed country of Panama. Roberto’s grandfather later purchased over 10,000 hectares of land and began to cultivate coffee. Roberto’s family has returned more than 6,000 hectares of land to the government of Costa Rica for the preservation of La Amistad International Park, the largest natural reserve in Central America. Only 300 hectares of land are utilized for coffee cultivation while the remainder of the 4,000 hectare estate is preserved forest teeming with wildlife.

Roberto’s commitment to organic farming pairs harmoniously with his commitment to his community. During the coffee harvest, Roberto provides housing and free access to medical care for the seasonal pickers because most are indigenous people from Panama who come to La Amistad with their entire families. Roberto also takes pride in his ability to provide more than 100 full-time jobs to his neighbors from Las Mellizas, not only in coffee cultivation, but also in the dried fruit operation that he runs year round at La Amistad. Roberto hosts an annual employee celebration to recognize all their hard work and he also distributes school supplies to their children each year before school starts.

Tasting Notes: This is one you Costa fans will not want to miss; great smooth and clean coffee. A sweet and nutty cup that turns a bit chocolaty as one pushes past a medium roast. Wonderful balance of tones with hints of floral and soft fruit that pop out at most roasts levels. A little herbal spice in the aftertaste. Medium bodied cup with low to medium acidity depending on roast level. A cup everyone should love.

Roasting Notes: A shame to roast super dark, will mute up sweetness and all the lighter tones but still tasty. Avoid cinnamon and light roasts, it will not be balanced and taste pretty front loaded with acidity and floral. It shines in the city+ to full city range. If you like a hint of acidity, a nice city or city+ roast (lighter side of medium) will be perfect, if you like lower acidity and a little fuller bodied, shoot for right before 2nd crack. (strong medium)

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Weight 3.05 lbs

1 review for 3 lb Bundle: Popular

  1. Bill M.

    I always love this coffee. It has a lovely and complex flavor. No one element dominates. I like to roast it medium to medium dark. Each pound I roast is a different variety, but every time I roast this one, both my wife and I absolutely love it.

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