To celebrate our birthday and Winter's end we bring you a special edition of Queen Maeve: a single origin from the Tolima region of Colombia. It's Maeve in a different cloak.
Our Queen Maeve Single Reserve is limited in supply and available through March 21st. Each bag will be roasted to order in our hometown of Philadelphia.
Traditionally, 'Irish Coffee' has been associated with booze, yet the drink itself has far more coffee in it. We concentrated on the coffee and named if after an Irish cultural icon named Maeve, Ireland's warrior Queen.
Enjoy this special edition of Maeve and embrace Ireland's cultural heritage. To reimagine is good for you.
Our Ethiopian Queen
When we launched Bearings, we challenged ourselves to introduce you to coffee via art and interesting stories. Connecting you to a constellation of the night sky is our latest story.
While visiting Bryce Canyon's Dark Sky Place, a Park Ranger showed us Cassiopeia's constellation during a 'night sky tour'. Upon learning Cassiopeia was the ancient Queen of Ethiopia, we thought that might be a cool name for an Ethiopian coffee.
It's said that Cassiopeia was boastful about beauty. We celebrate her boastfulness: When you got it, you got it. So, take a timeout today, look up at the sky and find your bearings.