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Apple Pie

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Description

Anaerobic Honey Catuai & Washed Tabi, Caturra, Pink Bourbon¹
Tarrazu, West Valley, Costa Rica & San Agustin, Huila, Colombia²

Apple Pie is our seasonal blend for those in search of a flavour-forward experience. By combining a creamy Costa Rican coffee dried with cinnamon on the farm, and a crisp blend of Colombian coffees that snaps of golden apple, we believe we’d found a profile that’s undeniable every time.

¹ Processing & Varietal

Anaerobic Honey Catuai & Washed Tabi, Caturra, Pink Bourbon

² Region of Origin

Tarrazu, West Valley, Costa Rica
La Eva micromill is managed by Don's Juan and Gilberth Salas who have made a name for themselves in Costa Rica's West Valley for their innovative processing methods, such as this cinnamon dried anearobic honey process

San Agustin, Huila, Colombia
Coffee production has come to be a dominant agricultural product in Colombia and Huila province annually tops the list as the largest coffee producing zone.

P.S. Blends

Blended and roasted to bring out an undeniable flavour expression, Apple Pie, Toasté, and Deep’n Delicious are straight to the point. That means no more scratching your head at obscure notes you can’t seem to recognize in your own cup. Just dependable, flavour-forward coffee that builds bridges between the cupping table and the coffee pot.

The average price paid for fair trade coffee is $1.60 USD/lb, which often barely covers the cost of production.

This is not that coffee.

The People of San Agustin

Coffee production has come to be a dominant agricultural product in Colombia and Huila province annually tops the list as the largest coffee producing zone. In San Agustin alone, 6000 of these producers dot the picturesque mountains.

Headed up by young grower Esnaider Ortega-Gómez, Monkaaba supports fellow local producers through weekly cupping sessions. Producers are invited to bring samples of their coffee for free sensory evaluation and receive feedback on everything from processing and drying to preparing for export and understanding the international specialty market.


Read Their Story