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Linden x Two: Harrier Coffee
Linden x Two: Harrier Coffee
Linden x Two: Harrier Coffee
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Linden x Two: Harrier Coffee

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We have teamed up with Des and Ryan Linden to launch our very own Harrier specialty coffee blends. 

Both coffee blends are whole bean and come in 12oz bags.

Peru La Flor de Zapote

We Taste: Naval Orange - Custard - Strawberry

Farmer: Rony Lavan Guerrero

Region: San Ignacio

Variety: Bourbon, Caturra, Pache

Altitude: 1700 masl

Process: Washed

Origins of the coffee: The farm, La Flor del Zapote, took its name from these beautiful trees that surround it among the high mountains of the Peruvian jungle. The farm itself sits at an elevation of 1,700 meters nestled between the villages La Palma and Las Pirias, in the district of Chirinos and the province of San Ignacio in Peru. The coffee produced in this region is Strictly Hard Bean (SHB) and known for its high quality.  All of the crops grown on this farm are produced using only organic fertilizers and the family leverages shade coverage provided by the surrounding fruit trees, and wild flowers.


Guatemala San Isidro

Farmer: San Luis El Volcancito

Region: Pueblo Nuevo Viñas, Santa Rosa

Variety: Yellow Icatu

Altitude: 1700 masl

Process: Washed

Origins of the coffee: There's a deep family history at Finca San Luis El Volcancito.  The farmer, John, runs day to day operations on the Guatemala farm, and his two girls are forth generation of farmers who contribute in both farming and distributing.  This Las Marias lot is located up at 1300m in the Guatemalan mountains, in Pueblo Nuevo Viñas, in the region of Santa Rosa.  The farm's private volcano provides fertile grounds at Finca San Luis El Volcancito and great care is taken from seeding to final product, assuring a high quality coffee and complete traceability within the process.