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Chelba

In Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia, people are busy harvesting coffee. Folks are busy picking red cherries off of native trees. Cooperatives are busy processing coffee and sorting through beans on raised drying beds. It’s really amazing how much work goes into the whole process. When we first arrived at the Chelba cooperative,...

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La Esperanza and the producer

La Esperanza is back again for the 3rd year in a row! This coffee has been a big hit each year that we have worked with it. Last year it was voted in GQ Magazine as one of the top 50 things to eat & drink in 2013. We are really...

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Affogato: espresso meets ice cream

Our version of this classic Italian confection consists of homemade coconut ice cream topped with a perfectly pulled shot of espresso, seemingly simple. After many tasty attempts of pairing our coffee with different ice cream maker’s offerings it was clear, we had to make our own. Creating an ice cream...

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R.I.P. SOE

We are officially no longer roasting coffee specifically for espresso. Why would we decide to do this right now? Let me explain all of the reasons and maybe you will think twice about your espresso profiles. What is an espresso roast? Most people refer to an espresso roast as something...

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Colombians in the house

This summer's harvest of Desarrollo is here. We are so grateful to have this coffee again this year and It tastes delicious!  A heavy base of caramel like a Werther's Original, followed with lots of fruit like honey-dew melon in the mid-palate highlighted by sensational flavors of hibiscus, cola, and...

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GICHATHA-INI

In February, I ventured to Africa to visit producers in Ethiopia and Kenya. After flying from Adis-Ababa to Nairobi, my plan was to spend four days with the experts from Dorman’s – the main specialty coffee exporter of Kenya.

 As it turned out, my timing was excellent! I was in Kenya...

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Guatemala La Esperanza, our long lost friend.

La Esperanza is back at heart for the second year. We were amazed by the quality and consistency when we started working with these producers Octavio and Otto Herrera last year. They recently sold off big sections of the farm in order to be able to concentrate on the sections...

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Kenya coffees have landed!

Thunguri AA Kenya coffees are finally here! We are excited to have these big coffees back at heart. I visited Nyeri, Kenya in February this year and selected 4 different coffees for heart.  On my trip, I went to several cooperatives, small and large. All the cooperatives that I visited had...

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Here Is Your Cup Of Coffee

Exciting news! While digging through our archives here at heart HQ, we recently discovered some very old video footage we shot on an origin trip to Guatemala. Lucky for you, we've been able to restore the footage & our technical wizards managed to upload it to the heart website for...

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Fresh Crop Coffee, Guatemala Pulcal

It's been so long since we've had a fresh crop coffee from Central America. We were excited when we tasted the first samples of this coffee and were reminded that Central America produces some of the cleanest, sweetest coffees available. Guatemala Pulcal is a beautiful coffee grown in Antigua at...

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