SIRIUSLY BLACK IS BACK

In honor of our favorite wizard, we Coffee Geeks have brought back this short run coffee. Siriusly Black is a seriously good coffee that’s here to help celebrate the greatest of godfathers. In your mug, the flavors will be reminiscent of butterbeer, blackberries, and citrus. For Muggles who don’t know what butterbeer is, it’s a fizzy drink that tastes like creamy butterscotch. Like butterbeer, once you’ve had a mug of Siriusly Black, you’ll be craving your next.

Siriusly Black is composed of a dark roasted Nicaraguan coffee and a medium roasted Brazilian coffee. While the dark roasted Nicaraguan coffee from a group of farmers in Jinotega, Nicaragua provides this coffee its rich, butterscotch-like qualities, the medium roasted Brazilian coffee from the Alta Vista farm gives it a citric acidity and the fruitiness of blackberries. Together, these coffees form a truly magical blend.

So whether you enjoy it black or with cream, let Siriusly Black dazzle your senses. There’s a reason why we’ve brought back this short run coffee year after year. Now is the time to try it, no wand required.

Available both at your neighborhood Stone Creek cafe as well as at stonecreekcoffee.com, these beans may just magically make their way into your cart.

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At Stone Creek Coffee social responsibility is a foundational element of our identity. We believe that a commitment to the environment must coexist with other elements of social responsibility for a holistic approach to doing our best for the world and others.

Stone Creek Coffee will regularly audit, and identify, areas of environmental strength and weakness within the overall operations of the organization.  We will attempt toreduce any negative impacts to air, surface water, ground water, public health, community quality of life, employee health while producing coffee that is sweet, clean and juicy. Stone Creek Coffee will strive for continual improvement in pollution prevention while meeting or exceeding all regulations. 

Jessica Sheridan, Director of Coffee 
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