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House Roast BULK Subscription

House Roast BULK Subscription

Regular price $110.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $110.00 USD
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Your morning ritual’s best friend. Enjoy specialty coffees from around the world, hand-roasted in San Diego, California by Coffee Cycle Roasting. This regular offering features a classic daily coffee that brings out the best in your morning. These house roast coffees pair well with a variety of home brewing methods, and are consistently good for both drip, pour over and espresso. Selected by our Head Roaster, Chris O'Brien, these  coffees bring out the uniqueness of each varietal and origin, and pair well with a variety of home brewing methods. Your subscription coffees are roasted and shipped within 24 hours ensuring you'll be receiving the freshest coffees we can offer.

Simply select how often you would like to received your subscription (weekly, every other week, or monthly), and how you would like your coffee beans to be delivered.

Current House Roast subscription is:

Guatemala Finca el Pilar

Roaster: Coffee Cycle Roasting Co. (Exclusive Roast)
Processing: Washed
Variety: Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai
Region: Acatenango
Producer: Juan Carlos Chen
Tasting notes:
 Chocolate mousse, Caramel, Apple pie

This is our second year bringing you coffee from Finca El Pilar in Guatemala.  This farm sits at high elevation (1950 masl), allowing the coffee cherries to produce plenty of sugar while ripening.  Despite being located fairly close to some metropolitan areas, Finca El Pilar itself is surrounded by remote and mountainous landscape.  Juan Carlos Chen has been working to modernize his farm's production, even using satellite technology to analyze soil composition.  Despite these adaptations, Finca El Pilar still prioritizes organic growing methods whenever possible.  The farm is not organic certified, but all plant matter from pruning and processing contributes to organic compost for the coffee plants.  In addition to this, a huge portion of the farm's property (190 of the 280 total hectares) is preserved forest.  That forest is actually a popular birding location for locals and visitors to this area of Guatemala, famous especially for its hummingbirds.

Coffees shipped will change automatically as house coffee changes at Coffee Cycle.



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