We over-roasted for our recent events and have extra bags of coffee available. Our coffee was roasted between July 27th & July 31st, so it is still incredibly fresh. We've slashed the prices on these bags so stock up.
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Grown at high altitudes, the "strictly hard bean" (SHB) coffees are more dense and harder than lower altitude beans, delivering a wonderful and well balanced flavor. Guatemala Santa Rosa is a great cup of coffee at all roasts with a enjoyable balance of tangy acidity. 100% Arabica beans
Fruit and nutty notes
Light Roast: Due to the density of SHB coffee, the light roast of Santa Rosa Los Alamos could be considered bitter to many casual coffee drinkers. It is very enjoyable with a touch of simple sugar or raw agave syrup to bring out the fruit undertones, such as apple and apricot.
Medium Roast: At the medium roast, Santa Rosa Los Alamos' fantastic flavors come out in every cup with subtle complexities. Best enjoyed via french press or pour over.
Dark Roast: Amazing cup of coffee. Because SHB coffee beans are significantly harder than other beans, it tends to take a bit longer to get the full flavor of the bean. In our opinion, this bean shines as a dark roast and displays the full range of flavors from citrus, stone fruit, apple and a caramel/chocolate taste.