Farm to Cup Story
Few modern artists are as well known and culturally disseminated as Andy Warhol. In order to celebrate the birth and life of pop art’s creator, we’ve brought you "Coffee". In a cup of "Coffee", you’ll experience a smooth body paired with notes of black tea, chocolate, and citrus.
Originally owned by their father Jerry LaRue, Cynthia, John Mark, and Sheldon LaRue have spent the past decade reclaiming and revamping the farms that their family has run for over five generations in Nicaragua. The lot in "Coffee" is a mixed lot from three of their farms, La Plata, Apolo 11, and Los Mesones, called “La Trampa”, after their father’s farm, when combined. It is an enchanted mix of Caturra and Catuai that underwent a washed process. The Burundian component in "Coffee" is a washed lot of Heirloom Bourbon varietals from various farmers in the Kayanza province of Burundi that was processed at a Long Miles Coffee Project washing station. This processing left the coffee with a rich, fruity sweetness and viscous body.
Whether it’s for the design on the bag or what’s inside of it, you won’t regret grabbing a bag of "Coffee" before it’s gone.
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