The fact that we even get to serve this coffee here at Pascal's is the result of a collaboration between our friends in Jacksonville, Fl, Bold Bean Coffee Roasters, and the Pacas family in El Salvador.
This particular coffee, from the Santa Ana region, is a Red Bourbon and, like all Cafe Pacas's coffees, it was separated at the farm and at the mill according to the lot and the maturation process of each coffee cherry. This intense attention to detail results in consistently robust brewed coffee.
When we cupped this coffee, we were amazed that, although tasting subtly fruity, it sat heavily in our mouths with a rich, dark chocolatey body. This coffee is so balanced, we're stoked to offer it to you.
We're brewing it by-the-cup and in our airpods. Come get some while we've got it.
This is Bold Bean's first year working with the Pacas family, and they hope to continue growing in relationship with the folks at Cafe Pacas.
We're excited to present to you Ceremony Coffee Roasters. Based out of Annapolis, Maryland, Ceremony represents top-tier quality coffee roasting. They're committed to sourcing and roasting quality coffees through direct relationships with farmers around the world.
Read this post from Ceremony's blog to get a sense for who they are and to what they're committed.
They are passionate about sharing ideal coffees with their customers. These are coffees that are representative of both the highest quality and reasonable cost to all involved, from the farmer all the way to the drinker.
We're stoked to share with you one of their current single-origin offerings: the Ethiopia, Yirgacheffe, Wazzala, a bright, sweet coffee with notes of strawberry marmalade and lemon zest.
We'll be doing 20% all Ceremony pour-overs for the rest of the summer. Come get some Wazzala while we've got it, and be on the look out for more Ceremony coffees.
See you soon!