Fall Winter Blend: Warrior Queen
Queen Maeve was our first coffee and is our signature product. In honor of Maeve, we blended a festival of coffees from three continents to create a truly great coffee to enjoy as your daily brew and with coffee cocktails.
The inspiration behind naming a coffee after her is quite straight forward: We want to move away from some stereotypical views of Ireland and tell you a story about an Irish cultural icon who lived in ancient Celtic times.
In ancient Irish folklore and mythology, she's remembered as a powerful, majestic leader who commanded armies and was revered all over Europe. Enjoy her story and embrace part of Ireland's cultural heritage. To reimagine is good for you.
Dry January Can Be Exciting
The bloggers and foodies make a big deal out of January. Many of them suck the enjoyment out of food completely. How boring.
Our own 'dry January' consists of two magical products: honey and chocolate. The honey was produced on an estate where George Washington once prepared for battle. The chocolate hails from our darling Haiti.
Doesn't that sound a little bit more exciting than a kale smoothie with a side of rice cake?
Guatemala Single Origin
Either by boat or plane, coffee travels a great distance and is not a local product. Although it may be roasted in your hometown, the beans themselves come from afar - countries located within in the Equatorial zone, known as the 'bean belt.'
We're delighted to bring you a unique and delicious single origin coffee from the Huehuetenango region in the highlands of Guatemala, just south of Mexico in Central America.
And because it represents a different geography, your order comes with a postcard-sized travel poster from the 1950's, printed by our neighbors right here in Philadelphia. Enjoy the journey and the coffee.
Spring Summer Coffee Blend
During a visit to Bryce Canyon, Utah, a designated Dark Sky Place, a ranger showed us Cassiopeia's constellation during what's called a night sky tour.
After learning about her distinctive 'W' star pattern, the ranger described Cassiopeia as the 'Ethiopian Queen who lives in the stars.' We thought her name would be a great one for an Ethiopian coffee blend.
It's said that Cassiopeia was boastful about beauty and we say cheers to that. Our hope is that Cassiopeia encourages you to look up from your coffee for a moment and up at the sky. It's big and bright, full of mystery and totally free. Enjoy the experience and if you see Cassiopeia tell a friend.