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May the Fourth
May the Fourth  

A wise teacher once said, “Do. Or do not. There is no try.” May the Fourth is for all of us doers in this galaxy and beyond, here to help celebrate the Light and Dark within all of us. This short-run offering comes to us from three farms owned by the LaRue family in Jinotega, Nicaragua. It’s our third year working with the LaRue family, and we’re excited to bring you coffee from them once again. The lot in May the Fourth is a washed coffee that was medium roasted to perfection to produce a cup that will have you saying, “Stone Creek Coffee, you’re my only hope.” With sweet, creamy notes of cashew and cocoa complimented by the juicy acidity of lemon, May the Fourth will help remind you of the perks of being good.

May the Fourth  

May the Fourth
A wise teacher once said, “Do. Or do not. There is no try.” May the Fourth is for all of us doers in this galaxy and beyond, here to help celebrate the Light and Dark within all of us. This short-run offering comes to us from three farms owned by the LaRue family in Jinotega, Nicaragua. It’s our third year working with the LaRue family, and we’re excited to bring you coffee from them once again. The lot in May the Fourth is a washed coffee that was medium roasted to perfection to produce a cup that will have you saying, “Stone Creek Coffee, you’re my only hope.” With sweet, creamy notes of cashew and cocoa complimented by the juicy acidity of lemon, May the Fourth will help remind you of the perks of being good.
May the Fourth
A wise teacher once said, “Do. Or do not. There is no try.” May the Fourth is for all of us doers in this galaxy and beyond, here to help celebrate the Light and Dark within all of us. This short-run offering comes to us from three farms owned by the LaRue family in Jinotega, Nicaragua. It’s our third year working with the LaRue family, and we’re excited to bring you coffee from them once again. The lot in May the Fourth is a washed coffee that was medium roasted to perfection to produce a cup that will have you saying, “Stone Creek Coffee, you’re my only hope.” With sweet, creamy notes of cashew and cocoa complimented by the juicy acidity of lemon, May the Fourth will help remind you of the perks of being good.
ROAST LEVEL:   MEDIUM
TASTING NOTES:   Sweet / Full
BODY:   
BRIGHTNESS:   
FARM:   La Trampa
VARIETY:   Caturra, Catuai
ALTITUDE:   1110 masl
PROCESS:   Washed

ROAST LEVEL:   MEDIUM
TASTING NOTES:   Sweet / Full
BODY:   
BRIGHTNESS:   
FARM:   La Trampa
VARIETY:   Caturra, Catuai
ALTITUDE:   1110 masl
PROCESS:   Washed



Farm to Cup Story 

To help celebrate the Light and Dark within all of us, we present May the Fourth. This short-run offering comes to us from the LaRue family farm in Jinotega, Nicaragua. Just one sip  will have you saying, “Stone Creek Coffee, you’re my only hope.”

 

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. La Trampa, named after their father’s farm, is a mixed lot from three of their farms, La Plata, Apolo 11, and Los Mesones. It is a mix of Caturra and Catuai that underwent a washed process. We chose a medium-roast to bring out sweetness while preserving acidity. This coffee tastes sweet like cocoa, is creamy like cashews, and has an uplifting citrus acidity to round it all out.

 

Grab a bag today of this limited-time offering to celebrate May the Fourth before it says bye bye bye.

 

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