Farmers in the COMULFAC co-op cultivate coffee on various farms that average 4 to 100 acres in size and they use their own micro-mill to process harvested cherries, which allows for meticulous care in depulping, fermenting, and drying the coffee.
It was the summer of 1988 after not being happy with the first two blends of South American Coffees he'd been tinkering with that Ward Torke added a little high-grown Guatemalan to the mix and a dark-roast star was born. Full bodied with a deep smoky aroma. Brew for the dark roast connoisseurs throughout the day or serve as a dinner coffee.
Sourced From: Brazil, Colombia, Guatemala Roast: Dark Body: Medium Acidity: Light