Broadway Blend - Say When...

£8.50 

  • Broadway Blend - Say When...
  • Broadway Blend - Say When...

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Broadway Blend ongoing Subscription

In our ongoing subscriptions, you will receive a regular delivery of the Broadway Blend straight to your door.  With our recurring payment system choose how often suits you and leave the rest up to us.  

As this coffee changes with the seasons, you may receive a different coffee throughout the course of your ongoing subscription

Unfortunately, we are only able to offer subscriptions in the UK.

Please note that your subscription will start from the date of purchase and we are unable to change your first shipment. You are able to make an account and log in and manage subsequent shipments.

Our current Broadway Blend:

Flavour Profile

Caramel, Raisin, Pear

50%

La Cumbre
Guatemala

50%

COMSA CO-OP
Honduras

Region

Huehuetenango

Region

La Paz

Variety

Bourbon & Catuai

Variety

Caturra, Pacas, Ihcafe 90

Altitude

1,650 masl

Altitude

1,300 - 1,600 masl

Processing

Washed

Processing

Washed

The Story

Our Broadway Blend emphasises closer farm and import relationships working with many of the same coffees each year, selected for their unique representations of origin and terroir. This is our go-to balanced espresso on Broadway Market and pairs perfectly with milk.


The Details

Finca La Cumbre is overseen by producer Juan Bernardo, now into his 9th season of coffee production in the micro-region of Petatan, Huehuetenango. Nearing the border with Mexico, the area of Huehuetenango offers some of the most unique Guatemalan cup profiles. The higher altitude brings cooler evening climates which affects a slower maturation of coffee cherries. This weather also extends the required drying time for processed coffee which is now seen as a positive for allowing complex flavours to develop as well as adding to the green coffees longevity.

The Story

Located to the South-East of Guatemala is the COMSA Cooperative, a growing collective of neighbouring farmers set in Marcala, La Paz. Starting in 2001 with 69 local producers COMSA (Café Orgánico Marcala) set out to improve their communities coffee and livelihoods through sustainable organic production. Now they represent over 1,200 members and provide training in organic farm regeneration, water management and wildlife conservation. The improved quality and prices continue to motivate producing families and act as a beacon of inspiration as to the long-term sustainability of organic specialty practices.


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