Current Coffee Offerings as of March, 2020

Covenant Coffee sources our specialty green beans from great brokers around the world. We take pride in our efforts to fid the beast coffee to roast and produce from your pleasure. Here are our current Coffee Offerings.

CURRENT COFFEE OFFERINGS as of 03/9/2020

EAST AFRICA 

Ethiopia Yirgacheffe G2

Roast Level: City Roast. (Light)

Cupping Notes: Lavender, Citrus. Black Tea.

Retail 12oz Bag Price: $15.00

Region: Yirgacheffe 

Altitude: 1,800 to 2,200 M above sea level 

Process: Washed 

Varietal: Local Heirloom

“The birthplace of Arabica coffee, Ethiopia produces some of the most exciting coffees in the world. Coffees from the Southwestern region of Yirgacheffe are processed using a sophisticated washed process. This produces some of the most fragrant and distinctive coffee in the world.”

Tanzania Peaberry

Roast Level: City Plus Roast. (Light-Medium)

Cupping Notes: Lemon. Peach. Black tea. 

Retail 12oz Bag Price: $14.00

Grade: Peaberry 

Region: Ngorongoro 

Producer: Nitin Estate 

Altitude: 1,600 M above sea level 

Process: Fully Washed / Sun-Dried 

Varietal: Kent 

Harvest Months: September to January

“Nitin Estate is owned by the Suhdir family and is located in the Ngorongoro Area, about 120 miles from Arusha town. The farm borders on the game reserve and elephants are a frequent guest. The specialty coffees (84+ cups) come from the newer planting blocks that were planted five years ago.”

Kenya AB Plus

Roast Level: City Roast. (Light)

Cupping Notes: Citrus. Stone Fruit. Floral. 

Retail 12oz Bag Price: $16.00

Altitude: 1,500 to 1,950 M above sea level 

Process: Fully Washed 

Varietal: Arabica, SL 34, SL 28, Ruiru 11 and Batian 

“The Kenya AB coffee beans consist of both A and B coffee beans. The A grade is sorted using a 6.8 mm screen while the B grade is sorted using a 6.2 mm screen. These two types of beans, A and B, are mixed together to form the grade Kenya AB. This is a classic Kenya, with a palate highlighting the sweet side of the citrus spectrum.”

NORTH AMERICA

Mexico Chiapas

Roast Level: French Roast. (Darkest we do)

Cupping Notes: Campfire. Earthy. Dark chocolate.

Retail 12oz Bag Price: $14.00

Grade: SHG EP 

Region: Chiapas 

Processing: Washed 

Altitude: 500 to 1,400 M above sea level 

Varietal: Principally Catimor and Bourbon 

Harvest Months: December to April 

“Chiapas produces some of the best high-grown coffee in Mexico, a sizable percentage organically produced. Since coffee was introduced into Chiapas at the end of the 19th century, it has become the major region of coffee cultivation in Mexico.”

INDONESIA

Papua New Guinea

Roast Level: Full City Roast (Traditional Medium)

Cupping Notes: Strawberry. Citrus fruits. Milk chocolate. 

Retail 12oz Bag Price: $18.00

Grade: PSC A Grade 

Region: Eastern Highlands, Simbu Province 

Dry Mill Location: Kundiawa 

Altitude: 1,500 – 1,900 M 

Process: Semi-Washed 

Varietal: Bourbon, Typica, Arusha 

Harvest Months: April to July 

“Papua New Guinea, a nation of 600+ islands and 715 indigenous languages occupies the eastern half of the South Pacific island of New Guinea, the world's second-largest island. There are 16 producing provinces across Papua New Guinea, with 90% of production in the Eastern Highlands, Western Highlands, Jiwaka, Morobe, and Simbu provinces. The vast majority of the coffee is exported, providing an income to 400,000 rural households.”

Sumatra Wahana Estate

Roast Level: Full City Roast (Traditional Medium)

Cupping Notes: Caramel. Chamomile. Blueberry. 

Retail 12oz Bag Price: $21.00

Grade: G.1

Region: Wahana

Altitude: 1,200-1,500 M above sea level

Dry Mill Location: Lae Mungkur Village, Wahana Estate Farms

Process: Natural, Patio Drying

Varietal: Catuai

Harvest Months: November to March

“Wahana Estate was established in 2005 and is located in the Sidikalang sub-district, Dairi, in North Sumatra, which is one of the most popular coffee producing regions in Indonesia. Only the heaviest cherries are selected for natural processing. The cherries are patio dried for two days, followed by rotary drying for ten days. Wahana Estate has implemented Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and established a clinic to serve workers at no cost. The Estate also buys from small farmers around Lake Toba to support local families.”

 

CENTRAL AMERICA

Guatemala Huehuetenango

Roast Level: Full City Roast. (Traditional Medium)

Cupping Notes: Dark chocolate. Tropical fruit. Berries.

Retail 12oz Bag Price: $15.00

Grade: SHB EP 

Region: La Libertad, Huehuetenango 

Altitude: 1,500 to 1,800 M above sea level 

Processing: Washed 

Varietal: Bourbon, Catuai, Caturra 

Harvest: February to May

“Owned and operated by Doña Raquel Sosa and her husband Mario Sosa, the kindest grandma-grandpa couple, since 1960. With a taste that is complex and subtle, Guatemala Huehuetenango is one of the nation’s most desirable coffees. Huehuetenango coffee typically has distinctive and delicate fruit notes, a medium body a buttery mouthfeel, and a sweet floral aroma. The finish is clean and lingers pleasantly on the palate.”

Costa Rica Tarrazu

Roast Level: Full City Roast. (Traditional Medium)

Cupping Notes: Orange citrus. Apple. Black tea. 

Retail 12oz Bag Price: $14.00

Grade: SHB EP 

Altitude: 1,500 – 1,700 M above sea level 

Region/Dry Mill Location: Santa Maria de Dota 

Producer: Coop de Caficultores de Dota R.L.

Processing: Natural

Varietal: Caturra, Catuai

Harvest Months: December to February

“Coop Dota was founded in 1960 and has 850 members living throughout the canton of Dota within the province of San Jose. They strive for a sustainable economic impact in the community through the creation of jobs. They also sell roasted coffee for national consumption, operate a coffee shop, hardware store, and offer guided tours of their coffee farms.”

 

SOUTH AMERICA

Brazil Cerrado

Roast Level: Full City Roast. (Traditional Medium)

Cupping Notes: Buttery caramel. Roasted almonds. Chocolate. 

Retail 12oz Bag Price: $14.00

Region: Mogiana 

Grade: 17/18 

Altitude: 900 – 1,200 M above sea level 

Processing: Dry Process 

Quality: Mogiana 17/18 

Varietal: Bourbon and Catuai

“Mogiana is a region covering the Northeast state of São Paulo and also some areas in the state of Minas Gerais. Some of Brazil's best coffees’ come from this area because of the natural conditions of altitude, climate, and ideal rainfall.”

Colombia Excelso EP

Roast Level: Full City Plus Roast. (Medium-Dark)

Cupping Notes: Bakers chocolate. Citrus. Floral. 

Retail 12oz Bag Price: $14.00

Grade: Excelso EP 

Region: Quindio 

Altitude: 1,450 M above sea level 

Processing: Washed 

Varietal: Castilla 

Harvest Months: November to May

“ "Excelso" is a grading term for exportable coffee from Colombia, not related to variety or cupping profile. Excelso coffee beans are a screen size of 15- 16, versus Supremo beans which are screen 17. Often Supremo and Excelso coffee beans are harvested from the same tree, but they are sorted by size. These beans include good-to-large flat beans and some peaberries.” 

 

HOUSE BLENDS

Black Gold 

Roast Level: Blend of City and Full City Roasts

Retail 12oz Bag Price: $15.00

Cupping Notes: 1 of 2….

This is a 50/50 blend of Brazil and Ethiopia. However, we rotate the blend with washed and natural Ethiopian coffees…

Cupping Note #1 (blended with a washed Ethiopian): Bright. Lemon. Floral. Peanut butter. A classic blend that gives you the caffeine you need with no acidity. 

Cupping Note #2 (blended with a natural Ethiopian): Strawberry. Peanut butter. Reminiscent of the end of Neapolitan ice cream when the strawberry, chocolate, and vanilla mix together. 

Wild Cat Espresso

Roast Level: Blend of City, Full City, and Full City Plus Roasts

Cupping Notes: A well-balanced blend of Ethiopia, Colombia, and Costa Rica. 

Bright. Lemon. Toffee. Bakers chocolate. 

Retail 12oz Bag Price: $15.00

 

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