Farm to Cup Story
Spring represents all things good in life—light, growth, and perseverance. However, languishing amidst this beauty, it’s often easy for us to lose sight of the reason why spring is so special—it is a time of rebirth. In order to celebrate this magical, transformative time, we’ve brought you Bloom, from the Long Miles Coffee Project in Burundi. In a cup of Bloom, you’ll taste the juiciness and acidity of red currant and citrus, paired with the rich sweetness of plums and cocoa.
The lots used in Bloom are 100% Heirloom Bourbon varietals sourced from various small farmers in the Ngozi region of Burundi. After the farmers drop off their coffees at the washing station, their beans are sorted, weighed, and logged so that they can be paid. The beans are then depulped, fermented in water for 12 hours, and pushed into channels that are flooded with fresh water to clean them once more before being sent out to the drying beds to dry. The amount of care and love that went into growing, harvesting, and processing this coffee is evident in the final cup.
Grab a bag of this limited-time offering before it’s gone and let yourself and your coffee bloom. After all, spring only does come once a year.