“Found Things” is a blend of two different Colombian coffees and a bourbon varietal from Guatemala. The combination we came up with delivers lots of deep, drippy, fruit notes. All of the coffees in this blend are on the lighter end of the spectrum to maximize the juice, but there’s still plenty of body and viscosity present.
One of the Colombian components is a natural process from El Vergel Estate in Colombia. We’ve used this coffee as a Reserve offering each of the last two years. This component delivers viscosity and tropical fruit notes to the blend. The other Colombian is a co-op lot from the Huila region that contributes citrus-like acidity. The Guatemalan component brings the nougat and berry to the party.
A note from Harmony:
My first memories of coffee are of my Grandma in my kitchen making coffee on an old drip coffee maker. Watching her daily morning ritual stuck with me. Coffee always ties back to her standing in that ’70s kitchen. My love for this experience, and the decor and items around that era, have been with me throughout my life. I love the hunt in a dusty antique shop or vintage store for the perfect, one-of-a-kind, maybe creepy, oddity. Unique findings are sort of my thing. This, my “My Brew” composition left me searching for a unique coffee. I knew I had to jump at the chance to add a Colombian coffee with tasting notes of guava. To complement this, we added dark fruit flavors from Guatemalan and Colombian coffees. Hopefully, you’ll find this coffee takes some commonly found coffees and uses them in a unique way.
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