Read on to learn about our 25th Holiday Blend made with specialty coffees from Brasil, Rwanda, and Myanmar. 100% of proceeds are donated to Pike Market Child Care and Preschool.
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Belle Epicurean is featuring an espresso mocktail through November using Fonté First Avenue Espresso: The "Julio" Lavender Espresso.
For the first time, Fonté Coffee Roaster is roasting a fabulous coffee from the exotic origin of Myanmar. Learn about why this offering is a treat to taste, and why it's a hot topic in the Specialty Coffee community!
Coffee. Can you identify the aroma, the taste, and the texture of deliciously roasted beans? Now imagine the bean before it’s roasted—dense, light in color with a grassy, herbal scent. Read on for basic history of the coffee bean and how it came to be served as a roasted, brewed luxury.
Brasil Peaberry excels in displaying the flavors and mouthfeel characteristically developed in softer coffees. Very complete and balanced, the medium body has a distinctive mousse-like texture. Brighter than many Brasils, the acidity carries a red fruit flavor that calls to mind early harvest plum. The finish is clean and lightly dry with plenty of caramel and cocoa powder notes.
Thanks to you, we have raised $15,000 from the sale of our 2016 Holiday Blend, continuing a five-year tradition with all proceeds from the sale supporting the Pike Market Child Care and Preschool’s nutrition program.
Your French Press cup tastes super, but you’re seeking superb. You’ve mastered the basics mentioned in our initial French Press Brew Guide, and you’re ready to take your average coffee knowledge to a new level of nerdiness. Introducing: the bonus rounds of French Press brewing.
They're rounder, smaller, denser, and a little cuter than the average coffee bean. You can find them hanging with their bigger flatbean friends in most coffees—and sometimes, you can purchase a bag of coffee that is filled with these lesser-known beans. Parallel to the release of our all-peaberry 2016 Holiday Blend, we’re spilling the beans about what makes peaberries so unique.
Fonté’s 24th version of Holiday Blend combines three peaberry beans—Brasilian, Aged Sumatra, and Tanzanian. What makes it so unique? The peaberry bean is created when only one of two seeds develops in the original fruit; it is known for its distinguished oval shape, and represents only two to eight percent of seeds produced by a given coffee tree. Fonté’s master roaster, Steve Smith, describes the inspiration and detail that consummates this year’s Holiday Blend.
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