Farm to Cup Story
People matter, and so do their stories. This is a sentiment that we share with the Carlson family, whose mantra is founded on compassion. “We are ready to give to those in need,” it reads, “realizing that needs take on as many forms as people do. We believe that every person and living thing is valuable and worthy of attention, despite what its history may be.” The Carlson’s dream to work with Burundian farmers has slowly, but surely, come to fruition. In a cup of Long Miles Natural, you’ll experience the juiciness of papaya, strawberries, and blueberries, paired with the complexity of floral aromatics and a tea-like body.
This particular lot is natural process from the Bukeye washing station, which left the coffee with a rich, fruity sweetness and viscous body. Careful natural processing allows these developed flavors to come through without sacrificing the cleanliness of the cup. The Carlson’s and the farmers that they work with have become part of our coffee family here at Stone Creek Coffee, and we’re happy to make them part of yours, too.
Enjoy a cup of this limited-time offering from the Long Miles Coffee Project’s Bukeye washing station before it’s gone.