Milwaukee comes from the Algonquian word Millioke, which translates to “The Good Land.” Seeing the beauty of Milwaukee and recognizing how incredible of a natural resource Lake Michigan is, the Algonquian peoples decided to make the Good Land their home while paying its resources with the utmost respect. Although many of these peoples were eventually forced from their land during expansionism, we remember and celebrate their rich heritage and presence, making our city possible.
The Good Land comes from our partnership with Caravela Coffee and the multiple farmers in Huila, Colombia. This particular coffee was grown by farmers who mill their coffee together after harvest. Once it arrived at the mill, it was processed using a washed process, then dried on patios. This processing method translates to crisp, clean flavors in the final cup.
In a cup of The Good Land, you’ll experience subtle dried fruit aromatics, the sweetness of cocoa paired with brown sugar, and the acidity of citrus fruits. Grab a bag and experience The Good Land today!
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