Farm to Cup Story
*Shrieks* “It’s baaaack!” Winter, that is. And like the yeti, we’re prepared for it here at Stone Creek Coffee. To share in our preparedness to get you through the blistering cold days ahead, we’ve created this composition of Guatemalan and Colombian coffee to keep you warm and cozy. Since Wisconsin snow can make our state look more like the apocalypse than a winter wonderland, we’ve decided to call it Snowmageddon. In a cup of Snowmageddon, you’ll taste the sweetness of hot cocoa, cashew, and mellow citric acidity.
The Guatemalan component of this composition is 100% Bourbon and comes from various farmers located in gorgeous Antigua, Guatemala. Here, local farmers grow, harvest and sort their coffee. The farmers then visit the San Miguel mill where the coffee is processed using a washed process. This method ensures clean, crisp flavors without running too high of a risk of acquiring too much flavor from fermentation. While the Guatemalan coffee offers sweetness and a round body, the Colombian lot of coffee in Snowmageddon offers it acidity and fruitiness. Featuring the Castillo and Caturra varieties, this washed lot of coffee is brought to us from various small farmers in Huila, Colombia.
Discover your oasis from the cold and grab a bag of Snowmageddon today.