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Farm Gate Price Report:

Hilario Sántiz
Chiapas, Mexico

Overview:
This is the second year in a row featuring Don Hilario's coffee on our menu and our second year working in partnership with Jesús Salazar and Cafeología.  Based in San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Jesús and his team are involved with every step of coffee production - from post-harvest processing education to building a quality rewarding price structure to roasting/brewing/serving coffee in their cafes.  One of the most noteworthy aspects of his operation is the feedback loop created by employing the children of many of the farmers he works with.  This has established a very direct and trustworthy avenue for discussing desired flavor attributes and assigning scores to quality.  Though their reach is starting to expand as word spreads throughout Chiapas, we continue to gravitate towards the farmers that Jesús has the longest relationships with, including Hilario Sántiz. We all share the same vision of continuing to push quality forward and improving our systems, making the whole supply chain more reliable and profitable - particularly for the farmers.  What sets Don Hilario apart from many others in the area is that he fully processes the coffee himself and sells green coffee, instead of parchment or cherries.  This is much more scalable and profitable for Don Hilario in the long run as he continues to produce more coffee each year.

Cafeología's pricing system for the farmers is stable and operates without the influence of the C Market fluctuations.  It's structured around a set agreement of base quality (84 points) and a correlating price, with small price increases as the score of the coffee increases.  In calculating the price we pay to Jesús, we must then add in the many factors handled by Cafeología - both throughout the year via investments into the farmers and also immediately after harvest as the coffee is prepared for export.  Factors such as - helping purchase equipment, teaching educational seminars, helping dry and mill coffees, transportation, packaging, storage in a safe warehouse, etc.

Price report continued in the comments below!

Farm Gate Price Report: Hilario Sántiz Chiapas, Mexico Overview: This is the second year in a row featuring Don Hilario's coffee on our menu and our second year working in partnership with Jesús Salazar and Cafeología. Based in San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Jesús and his team are involved with every step of coffee production - from post-harvest processing education to building a quality rewarding price structure to roasting/brewing/serving coffee in their cafes. One of the most noteworthy aspects of his operation is the feedback loop created by employing the children of many of the farmers he works with. This has established a very direct and trustworthy avenue for discussing desired flavor attributes and assigning scores to quality. Though their reach is starting to expand as word spreads throughout Chiapas, we continue to gravitate towards the farmers that Jesús has the longest relationships with, including Hilario Sántiz. We all share the same vision of continuing to push quality forward and improving our systems, making the whole supply chain more reliable and profitable - particularly for the farmers. What sets Don Hilario apart from many others in the area is that he fully processes the coffee himself and sells green coffee, instead of parchment or cherries. This is much more scalable and profitable for Don Hilario in the long run as he continues to produce more coffee each year. Cafeología's pricing system for the farmers is stable and operates without the influence of the C Market fluctuations. It's structured around a set agreement of base quality (84 points) and a correlating price, with small price increases as the score of the coffee increases. In calculating the price we pay to Jesús, we must then add in the many factors handled by Cafeología - both throughout the year via investments into the farmers and also immediately after harvest as the coffee is prepared for export. Factors such as - helping purchase equipment, teaching educational seminars, helping dry and mill coffees, transportation, packaging, storage in a safe warehouse, etc. Price report continued in the comments below! - 7 hours ago

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Have you tried our newest coffee offering from @1000facescoffee ?! Hilario Sántiz, a washed coffee from Aldama, Mexico that holds tasting notes of rich, juicy, and vanilla. Come try a cup today! // “Having personally shared walks through town and meals in the kitchen of Don Hilario’s home,  we are extremely excited to be the only people in the United States importing and sharing his coffee.  Don Hilario ferments/washes and dries his coffee using a concrete fermentation tank and drying patio, respectively, just behind the convenience store he owns in the small village of San Pedro.  Unlike other farmers in the area, Don Hilario fully processes the coffee himself - thus, selling coffee in its green, exportable form instead of dried parchment or cherries.  This coffee reminds us of a lot of Hilario himself: it is sweet and vibrant and guaranteed to bring a smile to your face.” [📸: @1000facescoffee ] #vortexdoughnuts #1000facescoffee #32banksave #resistbadcoffee

Have you tried our newest coffee offering from @1000facescoffee ?! Hilario Sántiz, a washed coffee from Aldama, Mexico that holds tasting notes of rich, juicy, and vanilla. Come try a cup today! // “Having personally shared walks through town and meals in the kitchen of Don Hilario’s home, we are extremely excited to be the only people in the United States importing and sharing his coffee. Don Hilario ferments/washes and dries his coffee using a concrete fermentation tank and drying patio, respectively, just behind the convenience store he owns in the small village of San Pedro. Unlike other farmers in the area, Don Hilario fully processes the coffee himself - thus, selling coffee in its green, exportable form instead of dried parchment or cherries. This coffee reminds us of a lot of Hilario himself: it is sweet and vibrant and guaranteed to bring a smile to your face.” [📸: @1000facescoffee ] #vortexdoughnuts #1000facescoffee #32banksave #resistbadcoffee - 1 day ago

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Our next coffee release is called Yader & Karen and it hails from the highest reaches of Jinotega, Nicaragua.

Yader & Karen (and their kiddos Jesús and Elvin) harvest their coffee two months after the usual Nicaragua harvest due to the higher elevation and thus colder climate. What does that mean for you, the discerning coffee consumer? Denser, sweeter cherries that yield better cup quality.

Stay tuned for this one, launching next Tuesday!

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

Our next coffee release is called Yader & Karen and it hails from the highest reaches of Jinotega, Nicaragua. Yader & Karen (and their kiddos Jesús and Elvin) harvest their coffee two months after the usual Nicaragua harvest due to the higher elevation and thus colder climate. What does that mean for you, the discerning coffee consumer? Denser, sweeter cherries that yield better cup quality. Stay tuned for this one, launching next Tuesday! #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 1 day ago

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Our third core value is COMMUNICATION.

We intend to have open lines of communication internally amongst our team and externally amongst all those we interact with. We are not bottled up. Channels are open. It’s okay to say and to ask. Our goal is to improve on giving and receiving constructive feedback. This aspect is a work in progress!

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

Our third core value is COMMUNICATION. We intend to have open lines of communication internally amongst our team and externally amongst all those we interact with. We are not bottled up. Channels are open. It’s okay to say and to ask. Our goal is to improve on giving and receiving constructive feedback. This aspect is a work in progress! #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 2 days ago

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#buyonegetonefree between 4-5pm today, grab those kiddos and treat them to some pre-dinner doughnuts! [📸: @tsnowdon ] #vortexdoughnuts #resistbadcoffee #1000facescoffee

#buyonegetonefree between 4-5pm today, grab those kiddos and treat them to some pre-dinner doughnuts! [📸: @tsnowdon ] #vortexdoughnuts #resistbadcoffee #1000facescoffee - 3 days ago

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You got tickets to #AthensPopFest? Well, you're in luck! Make sure to stop in for a BOGO 50% off any drink on our menu! Just show your tickets to your barista. Good all day Saturday the 11th and Sunday the 12th.

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

You got tickets to #AthensPopFest ? Well, you're in luck! Make sure to stop in for a BOGO 50% off any drink on our menu! Just show your tickets to your barista. Good all day Saturday the 11th and Sunday the 12th. #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 4 days ago

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Thinking back, @matthewmagnuson and I have been coffee pen pals since 2013, once he moved back up to the great north. This round of beans has me excited already!
#coffee #homebarista #specialtycoffee #georgehowell #yirgacheffe #gesha #laesmeralda #moccamaster #asheville #resistbadcoffee

Thinking back, @matthewmagnuson and I have been coffee pen pals since 2013, once he moved back up to the great north. This round of beans has me excited already! #coffee #homebarista #specialtycoffee #georgehowell #yirgacheffe #gesha #laesmeralda #moccamaster #asheville #resistbadcoffee - 5 days ago

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It was so delicious, I drank it before I could take its picture 📷🤷🏼‍♀️ @1000facescoffee killin’ the coffee game. You HAVE to check them out! #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #frutta #love #neighborhood #localbusiness

It was so delicious, I drank it before I could take its picture 🤷🏼‍♀️ @1000facescoffee killin’ the coffee game. You HAVE to check them out! #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #frutta #love #neighborhood #localbusiness - 5 days ago

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The weekend draws nigh. You'll need one of our 2 new specialty drinks in hand, won't you?
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🍉GUJI COOLER🍉
Guji Highland coffee
watermelon juice
lemon juice
simple syrup
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❄️GELENA FLASH BREW❄️
Gelena Abaya coffee
flash chilled / shaken
grapefruit peel
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#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

The weekend draws nigh. You'll need one of our 2 new specialty drinks in hand, won't you? . GUJI COOLER Guji Highland coffee watermelon juice lemon juice simple syrup . ️GELENA FLASH BREW️ Gelena Abaya coffee flash chilled / shaken grapefruit peel . #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 5 days ago

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Dreamy Flowers always on display thanks to @blueridgeblooms and @lauracookeceramics 💐 #vortexdoughnuts #resistbadcoffee #1000facescoffee

Dreamy Flowers always on display thanks to @blueridgeblooms and @lauracookeceramics #vortexdoughnuts #resistbadcoffee #1000facescoffee - 6 days ago

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Do you like to be at ease? Do you like good conversations and good community? Do you like all manner of delicious beverages? Do you like to be well fed and well cared for? Then get on over to @buvez_athens! And make sure you say 'howdy' to our delightful former colleague, @nickyleighj.

P.S. It's located in our old spot! How cool to see the space carried forward with new life and vision.

P.P.S. Buvez is super duper family friendly! Kapla blocks and toys, y'all!

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

Do you like to be at ease? Do you like good conversations and good community? Do you like all manner of delicious beverages? Do you like to be well fed and well cared for? Then get on over to @buvez_athens ! And make sure you say 'howdy' to our delightful former colleague, @nickyleighj. P.S. It's located in our old spot! How cool to see the space carried forward with new life and vision. P.P.S. Buvez is super duper family friendly! Kapla blocks and toys, y'all! #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 6 days ago

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Power is out alllll over Asheville, y’all! We’re closing it up a little early today, we will see you tomorrow at 7am! #vortexdoughnuts #resistbadcoffee #1000facescoffee

Power is out alllll over Asheville, y’all! We’re closing it up a little early today, we will see you tomorrow at 7am! #vortexdoughnuts #resistbadcoffee #1000facescoffee - 7 days ago

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Wednesdays are for education!

We'll be taking Wednesdays to focus on education in coffee - methods, terminology, processes, economics. Accessibility in coffee can be as simple as better understanding the ins and outs of coffee. Hopefully you'll find this useful and find that it helps you expand your understanding of coffee a bit more!

This week: AEROPRESS

The small but mighty Aeropress is one of the most travel-friendly and compact brew methods. While compact it does still manage to brew a tasty, easy to make, consistent cup.

Originally designed by a toymaker named Alan Adler to brew a quick, concentrated cup of coffee that you could either drink straight or dilute with water, the Aeropress is now real a fixture in coffee
So much so that we even have a annual World Aeropress Championship, where brewers from around the world test their brew recipes to see which yields the tastiest cup.

Here's how we Aeropress:

Method: Inverted, no dilution
Dose: 15g
Water: 255g
Temp: ~200 (right under boil - boil your water and let sit uncovered for ~30 seconds)
Grind: medium fine grind (slightly finer than filter)

For the inverted method, you will start with the cap-side of the aeropress up such that the rubber plunger should JUST create a seal with the plastic tube. This seal will allow you to pour your water in without any leaks. Insert a new filter into the filter basket and rinse briefly with hot water. Next, add your 15g dose of ground coffee to the brewer. Start a timer and in the first 30 seconds, you will add all 255g of water to the Aeropress, stir the coffee/water slurry 3 times, then cap your Aeropress with the filter basket to stop the heat from escaping. Let sit and bloom for 1 minute, uncap and stir 3 more times, then recap tightly and flip your Aeropress onto a sturdy carafe. Now slowly push the plunger down for 30 seconds until you hear a light "hiss". This sound is an indicator that you have finished your brew! You should finish at ~1:45 on your timer. As always, experiment with all the variables - coffee type, dose, grind, etc - until you settle on what you love!

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

Wednesdays are for education! We'll be taking Wednesdays to focus on education in coffee - methods, terminology, processes, economics. Accessibility in coffee can be as simple as better understanding the ins and outs of coffee. Hopefully you'll find this useful and find that it helps you expand your understanding of coffee a bit more! This week: AEROPRESS The small but mighty Aeropress is one of the most travel-friendly and compact brew methods. While compact it does still manage to brew a tasty, easy to make, consistent cup. Originally designed by a toymaker named Alan Adler to brew a quick, concentrated cup of coffee that you could either drink straight or dilute with water, the Aeropress is now real a fixture in coffee So much so that we even have a annual World Aeropress Championship, where brewers from around the world test their brew recipes to see which yields the tastiest cup. Here's how we Aeropress: Method: Inverted, no dilution Dose: 15g Water: 255g Temp: ~200 (right under boil - boil your water and let sit uncovered for ~30 seconds) Grind: medium fine grind (slightly finer than filter) For the inverted method, you will start with the cap-side of the aeropress up such that the rubber plunger should JUST create a seal with the plastic tube. This seal will allow you to pour your water in without any leaks. Insert a new filter into the filter basket and rinse briefly with hot water. Next, add your 15g dose of ground coffee to the brewer. Start a timer and in the first 30 seconds, you will add all 255g of water to the Aeropress, stir the coffee/water slurry 3 times, then cap your Aeropress with the filter basket to stop the heat from escaping. Let sit and bloom for 1 minute, uncap and stir 3 more times, then recap tightly and flip your Aeropress onto a sturdy carafe. Now slowly push the plunger down for 30 seconds until you hear a light "hiss". This sound is an indicator that you have finished your brew! You should finish at ~1:45 on your timer. As always, experiment with all the variables - coffee type, dose, grind, etc - until you settle on what you love! #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 7 days ago

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>>NEW COFFEE<<
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>>HILARIO SÁNTIZ<<
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The landscape becomes more magical and mystical when you get closer to the clouds. At nearly 2000 masl, there are only small, quiet villages overlooking vast valleys of greenery. Up until extremely recently (the 1990s!) when roads were finally built in this area of Mexico, these places were hidden to the world. All of the farmers throughout the area, mostly of Mayan descent, have historically grown and sold coffee through the local market. This consists of ‘coyotes’ driving around with pickup trucks and buying all of your product (defects, under ripe, over ripe, everything) for very cheap, often even below the market price. We’re happy to be involved with pushing farmers away from this model and supporting better farming practices through much higher pay incentives for quality coffees. We truly believe there are coffee gems within Chiapas, and we are humbled to visit each year and continue furthering our relationships. Within each village/home/farm we visit we are able to directly observe and hear explanations surrounding each farmers’ different growing, processing, and drying practices that make their coffees unique. A big ‘thank you’ is in order to Jesús Salazar and his entire team at Cafeología - these folks do a mass amount of work year round educating farmers, exploring new regions, processing coffees themselves, and continually pushing for excellence. They are to thank for introducing us to Mexican coffees and showing us just how much potential and beauty there is in Chiapas. We are extremely excited and honored to be sharing what we have selected this season and will be highlighting a total of four farmers throughout the year. With some logistical help from InterAmerican Coffee, we were able to import these coffees to the United States once again, now for the second
time ever!

Continued in the comments below!

. >>NEW COFFEE<< . . >>HILARIO SÁNTIZ<< . The landscape becomes more magical and mystical when you get closer to the clouds. At nearly 2000 masl, there are only small, quiet villages overlooking vast valleys of greenery. Up until extremely recently (the 1990s!) when roads were finally built in this area of Mexico, these places were hidden to the world. All of the farmers throughout the area, mostly of Mayan descent, have historically grown and sold coffee through the local market. This consists of ‘coyotes’ driving around with pickup trucks and buying all of your product (defects, under ripe, over ripe, everything) for very cheap, often even below the market price. We’re happy to be involved with pushing farmers away from this model and supporting better farming practices through much higher pay incentives for quality coffees. We truly believe there are coffee gems within Chiapas, and we are humbled to visit each year and continue furthering our relationships. Within each village/home/farm we visit we are able to directly observe and hear explanations surrounding each farmers’ different growing, processing, and drying practices that make their coffees unique. A big ‘thank you’ is in order to Jesús Salazar and his entire team at Cafeología - these folks do a mass amount of work year round educating farmers, exploring new regions, processing coffees themselves, and continually pushing for excellence. They are to thank for introducing us to Mexican coffees and showing us just how much potential and beauty there is in Chiapas. We are extremely excited and honored to be sharing what we have selected this season and will be highlighting a total of four farmers throughout the year. With some logistical help from InterAmerican Coffee, we were able to import these coffees to the United States once again, now for the second time ever! Continued in the comments below! - 8 days ago

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Our second core value is CUSTOMER SERVICE.

We strive to treat customers, employees, and ALL stakeholders well. We do this with authenticity, acceptance, and open-mindedness. We intend to be personable, we intend to make those we interact with feel comfortable, and we intend to be engaged and present in our interactions.

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

Our second core value is CUSTOMER SERVICE. We strive to treat customers, employees, and ALL stakeholders well. We do this with authenticity, acceptance, and open-mindedness. We intend to be personable, we intend to make those we interact with feel comfortable, and we intend to be engaged and present in our interactions. #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 9 days ago

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Flippin craaazzzyyy 😜 #invertedaeropress #manualbrew #fliporflop

Flippin craaazzzyyy #invertedaeropress #manualbrew #fliporflop - 10 days ago

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Sunday’s til 5pm! We are here to help you get through those afternoon sleepies with your @1000facescoffee of choice! Hot Coffee, Iced Coffee, Black Coffee, Espresso, Lattes, you name it! #vortexdoughnuts #1000facescoffee #32banksave #resistbadcoffee

Sunday’s til 5pm! We are here to help you get through those afternoon sleepies with your @1000facescoffee of choice! Hot Coffee, Iced Coffee, Black Coffee, Espresso, Lattes, you name it! #vortexdoughnuts #1000facescoffee #32banksave #resistbadcoffee - 10 days ago

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Come on over to the new South Front bakery and cafe! We’ve got your new favorite pastry and more waiting for you, with a delicious cup of 1000 Faces coffee of course. #Repost @1000facescoffee with @get_repost
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Friends in Wilmington, NC! Rejoice, for @lovelydiabakery has opened!

Make sure to check out the newest project from the brilliant folks behind @pinpointrestaurant for all kinds of delicious pastries, breads, and much more. Paired with some of our coffee, of course!

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

Come on over to the new South Front bakery and cafe! We’ve got your new favorite pastry and more waiting for you, with a delicious cup of 1000 Faces coffee of course. #Repost @1000facescoffee with @get_repost ・・・ Friends in Wilmington, NC! Rejoice, for @lovelydiabakery has opened! Make sure to check out the newest project from the brilliant folks behind @pinpointrestaurant for all kinds of delicious pastries, breads, and much more. Paired with some of our coffee, of course! #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 11 days ago

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BREW SCHOOL -- > this Sunday at 5pm!

Our seventh of 2018 is all about exploring coffee culture in other countries. While we never seem to run out of ways to think about coffee, the picture gets more complex and fascinating as we branch away from drinks traditionally consumed in the US to other beloved recipes from around the world. We will be making and sampling several of these unique beverages including Arabic Qahwah (a light coffee drink with cardamom and cloves served with dates), Vietnamese egg coffee, Russian raf (a sweetened espresso drink steamed with the milk), lattes made with Indian-style turmeric milk, Mexican Cafe de Olla (steeped with cinnamon and raw sugar), and more. Snacks and coffee will be provided! This event is free, however, space is limited so be sure to reserve your spot using the link in our bio.

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred #BrewSchool

BREW SCHOOL -- > this Sunday at 5pm! Our seventh of 2018 is all about exploring coffee culture in other countries. While we never seem to run out of ways to think about coffee, the picture gets more complex and fascinating as we branch away from drinks traditionally consumed in the US to other beloved recipes from around the world. We will be making and sampling several of these unique beverages including Arabic Qahwah (a light coffee drink with cardamom and cloves served with dates), Vietnamese egg coffee, Russian raf (a sweetened espresso drink steamed with the milk), lattes made with Indian-style turmeric milk, Mexican Cafe de Olla (steeped with cinnamon and raw sugar), and more. Snacks and coffee will be provided! This event is free, however, space is limited so be sure to reserve your spot using the link in our bio. #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred #BrewSchool - 12 days ago

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It’s moments like these that inspire us to keep traveling to get the best coffee for you. It good coffee like this that keeps us going and keeps you happy. We cannot thank you enough for supporting us on this journey. #coffeeiswild #wearewild #coffeelove #directtrade #resistbadcoffee #coffeefarmersmaketheworldgoround #coffeebeans #theredcherry #farmlife #coffee #coffeefarmers #coffeetime #redcherry #farm #coffeeholic #agriculture #coffeelovers #coffeelover #farmlifestyle #coffeefarmer #coffeefarmersaremyrockstars #coffeeaddict #farming #coffeeshop #redcherryphotography #farmlifeforever #1000facescoffee

It’s moments like these that inspire us to keep traveling to get the best coffee for you. It good coffee like this that keeps us going and keeps you happy. We cannot thank you enough for supporting us on this journey. #coffeeiswild #wearewild #coffeelove #directtrade #resistbadcoffee #coffeefarmersmaketheworldgoround #coffeebeans #theredcherry #farmlife #coffee #coffeefarmers #coffeetime #redcherry #farm #coffeeholic #agriculture #coffeelovers #coffeelover #farmlifestyle #coffeefarmer #coffeefarmersaremyrockstars #coffeeaddict #farming #coffeeshop #redcherryphotography #farmlifeforever #1000facescoffee - 12 days ago

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Friends in Wilmington, NC! Rejoice, for @lovelydiabakery has opened!

Make sure to check out the newest project from the brilliant folks behind @pinpointrestaurant for all kinds of delicious pastries, breads, and much more. Paired with some of our coffee, of course!

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

Friends in Wilmington, NC! Rejoice, for @lovelydiabakery has opened! Make sure to check out the newest project from the brilliant folks behind @pinpointrestaurant for all kinds of delicious pastries, breads, and much more. Paired with some of our coffee, of course! #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 13 days ago

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Below is our first stab at using this social media platform to provide pricing transparency through the entire supply chain of our coffee. We hope you enjoy, and that it helps to stir more conversation around this subject through increased awareness and knowledge. We'll be calling these Farm Gate Price Reports!

Farm Gate Price Report:

Boa Vista Valley
Caconde, Brazil

Overview:
This coffee is a mainstay on our menu and comes to us via the Croce Family. We've been proudly working with the Croce Family for 8 years, which is our longest standing producer partnership. The Croces are a family that handles the various aspects of coffee farming, processing, exporting, importing, and more in the fertile farmlands around Sao Paolo, Brazil. They grow their own coffee and bring in lots from other family farms in their area, process the coffees, sorting them by cupping score using the Cropster app. This determines the final price paid to the farmer and subsequently, to us, the roaster. They then prepare the coffee for export, export the coffee, import the coffee (which is very unique for coffee producers), and finally store and sell the coffee domestically here in the US.

An overarching goal for the Croces is to help farmers realize their potential. Farmers are to have an active voice in what they produce and be provided educational opportunities to develop their farming skills. They also support farmers in better understanding the cost of production and cost of goods for specifically coffee because many farmers are producing more than just coffee. The truth is, the disconnect between coffee farmers and the beverage of coffee remains. FAF is working to bridge the gap.

The Croces also operate an eco-tourism venture on their farm, Fazenda Ambiental Fortaleza. All this still grossly underrepresents the vast amount of work and effort the family puts into helping us source some of the finest coffee in Brazil.

Price report (listed per lb) in the comments below.

Below is our first stab at using this social media platform to provide pricing transparency through the entire supply chain of our coffee. We hope you enjoy, and that it helps to stir more conversation around this subject through increased awareness and knowledge. We'll be calling these Farm Gate Price Reports! Farm Gate Price Report: Boa Vista Valley Caconde, Brazil Overview: This coffee is a mainstay on our menu and comes to us via the Croce Family. We've been proudly working with the Croce Family for 8 years, which is our longest standing producer partnership. The Croces are a family that handles the various aspects of coffee farming, processing, exporting, importing, and more in the fertile farmlands around Sao Paolo, Brazil. They grow their own coffee and bring in lots from other family farms in their area, process the coffees, sorting them by cupping score using the Cropster app. This determines the final price paid to the farmer and subsequently, to us, the roaster. They then prepare the coffee for export, export the coffee, import the coffee (which is very unique for coffee producers), and finally store and sell the coffee domestically here in the US. An overarching goal for the Croces is to help farmers realize their potential. Farmers are to have an active voice in what they produce and be provided educational opportunities to develop their farming skills. They also support farmers in better understanding the cost of production and cost of goods for specifically coffee because many farmers are producing more than just coffee. The truth is, the disconnect between coffee farmers and the beverage of coffee remains. FAF is working to bridge the gap. The Croces also operate an eco-tourism venture on their farm, Fazenda Ambiental Fortaleza. All this still grossly underrepresents the vast amount of work and effort the family puts into helping us source some of the finest coffee in Brazil. Price report (listed per lb) in the comments below. - 14 days ago

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Best part of travel. #resistbadcoffee #commissary

Best part of travel. #resistbadcoffee #commissary - 15 days ago

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Little breakfast and coffee place in downtown Dallas. #resistbadcoffee #commissary #counterculture

Little breakfast and coffee place in downtown Dallas. #resistbadcoffee #commissary #counterculture - 15 days ago

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Our pals at @cafeauchain just got a huge boost in the form of a $20,000 grant! Congratulations are in order!

We can't wait to see this funding launch forward their work in traceability, verification, and risk management in the coffee supply chain.

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

Our pals at @cafeauchain just got a huge boost in the form of a $20,000 grant! Congratulations are in order! We can't wait to see this funding launch forward their work in traceability, verification, and risk management in the coffee supply chain. #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 15 days ago

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Coffee makes Monday work. Pink makes Monday smile. 💗☕️🙂 #PINKAVAcoffee #drinkPINK #slaytheday

Coffee makes Monday work. Pink makes Monday smile. ️🙂 #PINKAVAcoffee #drinkPINK #slaytheday - 16 days ago

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Our first core value is QUALITY.

Quality in the final product means quality in sourcing, roasting, brewing, and educating. Quality is a never ending pursuit. We must always strive for improvement. Also, through the pursuit of quality, we also satisfy other goals that we seek - sustainability, better working conditions at origin, better pay for our staff, margins for our bottom line, and many more.

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

Our first core value is QUALITY. Quality in the final product means quality in sourcing, roasting, brewing, and educating. Quality is a never ending pursuit. We must always strive for improvement. Also, through the pursuit of quality, we also satisfy other goals that we seek - sustainability, better working conditions at origin, better pay for our staff, margins for our bottom line, and many more. #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 16 days ago

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TODAY! Join us from 10am to 3pm for a pop-up shop from another of our favorite local businesses - @nedzaeats.

Waffles, ice cream, and smiles. That's the delicious and fun @nedzaeats!! Their unique approach to service (each order comes with a compliment) is paired with creative and decadent waffles for one heck of a lovely treat. You gotta try these waffles! And, let us tell ya, we know from experience how well they pair with some good coffee.

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

TODAY! Join us from 10am to 3pm for a pop-up shop from another of our favorite local businesses - @nedzaeats. Waffles, ice cream, and smiles. That's the delicious and fun @nedzaeats !! Their unique approach to service (each order comes with a compliment) is paired with creative and decadent waffles for one heck of a lovely treat. You gotta try these waffles! And, let us tell ya, we know from experience how well they pair with some good coffee. #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 17 days ago

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We’ve got a new one in from @1000facescoffee - Benigno Rayme Grande - a washed coffee of the Bourbon, Caturra, Mundo Novo Varietals -  from the Cusco region of the the southern most highlands of Peru. “We love coffees like this and can’t help but to gravitate towards them season after season - highly sweet and approachable throughout, while simultaneously offering a complexity of flavors as it cools and evolves in the cup.  Give it to your barista friend or your grandma. We’re tasting: milk chocolate, vanilla, honey, apple, pear, plum, cherry, clementine, orange blossom, nougat, marzipan. “ - @1000facescoffee ☕️ Try it today, and take a bag home for yourself with our Weekend Bundle Deal! Choose any four doughnuts + any 12oz bag of #1000facescoffee beans for just $20! #vortexdoughnuts #1000facescoffee #32banksave #resistbadcoffee

We’ve got a new one in from @1000facescoffee - Benigno Rayme Grande - a washed coffee of the Bourbon, Caturra, Mundo Novo Varietals - from the Cusco region of the the southern most highlands of Peru. “We love coffees like this and can’t help but to gravitate towards them season after season - highly sweet and approachable throughout, while simultaneously offering a complexity of flavors as it cools and evolves in the cup. Give it to your barista friend or your grandma. We’re tasting: milk chocolate, vanilla, honey, apple, pear, plum, cherry, clementine, orange blossom, nougat, marzipan. “ - @1000facescoffee ️ Try it today, and take a bag home for yourself with our Weekend Bundle Deal! Choose any four doughnuts + any 12oz bag of #1000facescoffee beans for just $20! #vortexdoughnuts #1000facescoffee #32banksave #resistbadcoffee - 19 days ago

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FRI-YAY!
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1) Make sure to catch us at the roaster café till 6pm today, 9am to 5pm on Saturday, and 10am to 3pm on Sunday!
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2) We'll be serving dranks and selling bags at three farmers markets - @athensfarmersmarket at Bishop Park in Athens on Saturday from 8am to noon, @freedomfarmersmkt at the Carter Center in Atlanta from 9am to 1pm on Saturday, and #grantparkfarmersmarket at Grant Park in Atlanta from 9am to 1pm on Sunday.
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3) And last, but clearly not the least, come by the café on Sunday from 10am to 3pm for a pop-up by the delicious and fun @nedzaeats!! Their unique approach to service (each order comes with a compliment) is paired with creative and decadent waffles for one heck of a lovely treat. You gotta try these waffles!
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#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred
2nd photo by @atl.by.day
3rd photo by @nedzaeats

FRI-YAY! . 1) Make sure to catch us at the roaster café till 6pm today, 9am to 5pm on Saturday, and 10am to 3pm on Sunday! . 2) We'll be serving dranks and selling bags at three farmers markets - @athensfarmersmarket at Bishop Park in Athens on Saturday from 8am to noon, @freedomfarmersmkt at the Carter Center in Atlanta from 9am to 1pm on Saturday, and #grantparkfarmersmarket at Grant Park in Atlanta from 9am to 1pm on Sunday. . 3) And last, but clearly not the least, come by the café on Sunday from 10am to 3pm for a pop-up by the delicious and fun @nedzaeats !! Their unique approach to service (each order comes with a compliment) is paired with creative and decadent waffles for one heck of a lovely treat. You gotta try these waffles! . #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred 2nd photo by @atl.by.day 3rd photo by @nedzaeats - 19 days ago

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Ah, the venerable and world-renowned Five & Ten! Besides excellent food, cocktails, and service, did you know our coffee is served on their coffee bar? What an honor!

Make sure to order an espresso to cap off that amazing meal you're bound to have.... and then another cocktail!

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

Ah, the venerable and world-renowned Five & Ten! Besides excellent food, cocktails, and service, did you know our coffee is served on their coffee bar? What an honor! Make sure to order an espresso to cap off that amazing meal you're bound to have.... and then another cocktail! #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 20 days ago

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You know the saying 'the early bird gets the coffee'? 🐦☕️Well, it's true. Get to the roastery early tomorrow! We're closing around 9:30. Exciting things are abrewing...stay tuned!! #coffeelife #collab #drinklocal

You know the saying 'the early bird gets the coffee'? ️Well, it's true. Get to the roastery early tomorrow! We're closing around 9:30. Exciting things are abrewing...stay tuned!! #coffeelife #collab #drinklocal - 21 days ago

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Wednesdays are for education!

We'll be taking Wednesdays to focus on education in coffee - methods, terminology, processes. Accessibility in coffee can be as simple as understanding the jargon of coffee. Hopefully you'll find this useful and find that it helps you expand your understanding of coffee a bit more!

This week: FARMGATE PRICING

In the world of green coffee sourcing, roasters are well aware of their FOB (freight on board) price for coffee. This is, after all, the price upon which roasters can then set their prices to consumers. Roasters either pay FOB price or a small margin above FOB price directly to US firms (importers/traders/extensions of origin-based producers) that manage the importing process.

Per @dailycoffeenews, "FOB pricing is the amount paid for the coffee once it is stored, processed, bagged and transported to the port, ready for export. It is not a reflection of what the farmer actually received, or the farmgate price. Estimates of farmgate as a percentage of FOB run from 60 to 80 percent in the coffee sector, depending on the origin and the number of actors in the value chain." That being the case, we feel it is necessary to dig further into the relationship between farmgate price and FOB price to better understand and illuminate the value chain of coffee.

Farmgate pricing can be highly contextual. Factors like farm location, logistics, shipping, country-specific export infrastructure and support, risk, cost of capital, insurance, exchange rates, education/training services, and more all tend to have impact on what we as roasters pay and what farmers receive.

Over the next few weeks and months, via this platform, we intend to look at our coffees through this lens. Our hope is to impart further understanding of the economics of the coffee supply chain onto our consumers. Cheers to transparency!

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

Wednesdays are for education! We'll be taking Wednesdays to focus on education in coffee - methods, terminology, processes. Accessibility in coffee can be as simple as understanding the jargon of coffee. Hopefully you'll find this useful and find that it helps you expand your understanding of coffee a bit more! This week: FARMGATE PRICING In the world of green coffee sourcing, roasters are well aware of their FOB (freight on board) price for coffee. This is, after all, the price upon which roasters can then set their prices to consumers. Roasters either pay FOB price or a small margin above FOB price directly to US firms (importers/traders/extensions of origin-based producers) that manage the importing process. Per @dailycoffeenews , "FOB pricing is the amount paid for the coffee once it is stored, processed, bagged and transported to the port, ready for export. It is not a reflection of what the farmer actually received, or the farmgate price. Estimates of farmgate as a percentage of FOB run from 60 to 80 percent in the coffee sector, depending on the origin and the number of actors in the value chain." That being the case, we feel it is necessary to dig further into the relationship between farmgate price and FOB price to better understand and illuminate the value chain of coffee. Farmgate pricing can be highly contextual. Factors like farm location, logistics, shipping, country-specific export infrastructure and support, risk, cost of capital, insurance, exchange rates, education/training services, and more all tend to have impact on what we as roasters pay and what farmers receive. Over the next few weeks and months, via this platform, we intend to look at our coffees through this lens. Our hope is to impart further understanding of the economics of the coffee supply chain onto our consumers. Cheers to transparency! #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 21 days ago

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IT'S BREWSDAY!! Enjoy a cold one 🌬❄️ #coldbrew #summerishere #chillout

IT'S BREWSDAY!! Enjoy a cold one 🌬#coldbrew #summerishere #chillout - 22 days ago

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This is the Gatare washing station in nestled within a lush green valley in the Muramvya province of Burundi. Our lot is comprised of a blend of the 25 top day-lot selections throughout the harvest this year.

This washing station and its contributing farmers are boosted by the efforts of a new initiative based on years of relationship building in the region. Project Vache is a three-tiered approach to complex issues faced by the over 2500 families contributing to the Buhorwa and Gatare washing stations. It was born of many meetings between Crop to Cup, washing station owners, farmers, and various partners in the community - sparked by the original idea brought forth by the farmers themselves. The goals of Project Vache are simple to grasp yet challenging to realize: raise quality, grow healthier farms, and increase farmers’ capital and income.

#1000facescoffee #makethemundanesacred #resistbadcoffee

This is the Gatare washing station in nestled within a lush green valley in the Muramvya province of Burundi. Our lot is comprised of a blend of the 25 top day-lot selections throughout the harvest this year. This washing station and its contributing farmers are boosted by the efforts of a new initiative based on years of relationship building in the region. Project Vache is a three-tiered approach to complex issues faced by the over 2500 families contributing to the Buhorwa and Gatare washing stations. It was born of many meetings between Crop to Cup, washing station owners, farmers, and various partners in the community - sparked by the original idea brought forth by the farmers themselves. The goals of Project Vache are simple to grasp yet challenging to realize: raise quality, grow healthier farms, and increase farmers’ capital and income. #1000facescoffee #makethemundanesacred #resistbadcoffee - 22 days ago

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Mondays are easy when you have friends like this 🤞❤️#squadgoals #bringiton #coffeestyle

Mondays are easy when you have friends like this 🤞#squadgoals #bringiton #coffeestyle - 23 days ago

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Our core values are quality, customer service, communication, education, integrity, respect, and accessibility. We'll dig into these further in the coming weeks!

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

Our core values are quality, customer service, communication, education, integrity, respect, and accessibility. We'll dig into these further in the coming weeks! #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 23 days ago

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Our new friends at @marketstgrocery in Pittsburgh 💗Come downtown and find us on shelves and on bar! Awesome people, awesome coffee 🙌 #pittsburgh #marketstreetgrocery #coffeevibes

Our new friends at @marketstgrocery in Pittsburgh Come downtown and find us on shelves and on bar! Awesome people, awesome coffee #pittsburgh #marketstreetgrocery #coffeevibes - 24 days ago

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TODAY! Join us from 10am to 3pm for a pop-up shop from another of our favorite local brands - @ironponyshop.

Kristin curates a top-notch selection of vintage that makes all who wear it look and feel amazing. Come peruse and drink coffee with her and with us!

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

TODAY! Join us from 10am to 3pm for a pop-up shop from another of our favorite local brands - @ironponyshop. Kristin curates a top-notch selection of vintage that makes all who wear it look and feel amazing. Come peruse and drink coffee with her and with us! #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 24 days ago

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☝️sip, ✌️sips...ok, alll miiine!! When you're #coffeeobsessed, all the coffee is always yours. #truth #coffeelife

️sip, ️sips...ok, alll miiine!! When you're #coffeeobsessed , all the coffee is always yours. #truth #coffeelife - 25 days ago

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Some love from our friends at @1000facescoffee: pretty jazzed about supporting year 2 of the #ashevillecoffeeexpo! if you're around AVL this weekend, we highly recommend you check it out. we'll be paired up with our sister business @vortexdoughnuts as well as supporting our AVL wholesale accounts

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

Some love from our friends at @1000facescoffee : pretty jazzed about supporting year 2 of the #ashevillecoffeeexpo ! if you're around AVL this weekend, we highly recommend you check it out. we'll be paired up with our sister business @vortexdoughnuts as well as supporting our AVL wholesale accounts #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 26 days ago

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Weekend time! We sincerely hope you have a great one. Here are some tips to make it great:
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1) Make sure to catch us at the roaster café till 6pm today, 9am to 5pm on Saturday, and 10am to 3pm on Sunday!
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2) We'll be serving dranks and selling bags at three farmers markets - @athensfarmersmarket at Bishop Park in Athens on Saturday from 8am to noon, @freedomfarmersmkt at the Carter Center in Atlanta from 9am to 1pm on Saturday, and #grantparkfarmersmarket at Grant Park in Atlanta from 9am to 1pm on Sunday.
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3) And last, but clearly not the least, come by the café on Sunday from 10am to 3pm for a pop-up by our pal @kristinkarch and her @ironponyshop! Kristin curates a top-notch selection of vintage that makes those who wear it look and feel amazing. Come peruse and drink coffee with her and with us!
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#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred 
1st photo by @elyfigueroa84
2nd photo by @carolinesingletary
3rd photo by @littlelyssfitness
4th photo by @rekindleathens
5th by @ironponyshop

Weekend time! We sincerely hope you have a great one. Here are some tips to make it great: . 1) Make sure to catch us at the roaster café till 6pm today, 9am to 5pm on Saturday, and 10am to 3pm on Sunday! . 2) We'll be serving dranks and selling bags at three farmers markets - @athensfarmersmarket at Bishop Park in Athens on Saturday from 8am to noon, @freedomfarmersmkt at the Carter Center in Atlanta from 9am to 1pm on Saturday, and #grantparkfarmersmarket at Grant Park in Atlanta from 9am to 1pm on Sunday. . 3) And last, but clearly not the least, come by the café on Sunday from 10am to 3pm for a pop-up by our pal @kristinkarch and her @ironponyshop ! Kristin curates a top-notch selection of vintage that makes those who wear it look and feel amazing. Come peruse and drink coffee with her and with us! . #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred 1st photo by @elyfigueroa84 2nd photo by @carolinesingletary 3rd photo by @littlelyssfitness 4th photo by @rekindleathens 5th by @ironponyshop - 26 days ago

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John F Kennedy once said that as we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live them. We show our appreciation to the farmers for the work they do by visiting them and being apart of their lives and homes. This for us is worth the long distances we travel just to say ‘thank you’ #coffeeiswild #wearewild #resistbadcoffee #coffeefarmersmaketheworldgoround #africanadventure #iloveafrica #thisisafrica #africa #coffee #travel #coffeetime #coffeefarmers #travelafrica #coffeeholic #instatravel #coffeelover #coffeelovers #coffeefarmer #travelling #coffeeaddict #coffeefarmersaremyrockstars #coffeeshop #1000facescoffee #coffeebreak #coffeegram #coffeelove

John F Kennedy once said that as we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live them. We show our appreciation to the farmers for the work they do by visiting them and being apart of their lives and homes. This for us is worth the long distances we travel just to say ‘thank you’ #coffeeiswild #wearewild #resistbadcoffee #coffeefarmersmaketheworldgoround #africanadventure #iloveafrica #thisisafrica #africa #coffee #travel #coffeetime #coffeefarmers #travelafrica #coffeeholic #instatravel #coffeelover #coffeelovers #coffeefarmer #travelling #coffeeaddict #coffeefarmersaremyrockstars #coffeeshop #1000facescoffee #coffeebreak #coffeegram #coffeelove - 27 days ago

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@oatly is baa-aaaack!

This magical milk is made from oats which means it is gluten free, dairy free, soy free, and nut free. It's also traceable down to each individual ingredient. And it's so dang delicious!! Try some in your fave milk drink!

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

@oatly is baa-aaaack! This magical milk is made from oats which means it is gluten free, dairy free, soy free, and nut free. It's also traceable down to each individual ingredient. And it's so dang delicious!! Try some in your fave milk drink! #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 27 days ago

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Wednesdays are for education!

We'll be taking Wednesdays to focus on education in coffee - methods, terminology, processes. Accessibility in coffee can be as simple as understanding the jargon of coffee. Hopefully you'll find this useful and find that it helps you expand your understanding of coffee a bit more!

This week: FRENCH PRESS

A truly classic brew method. But why? And how do you execute a perfect press? Read on!

French Press is a full immersion brewer - think of it like steeping tea in that the coffee stays in contact with the water for the entire brew time. Because of this full immersion, one of the main perks of brewing with a french press is that you’ll be drinking a cup with a really nice viscosity and mouthfeel. Plus! It's a super easy clean up and it uses a reusable filter.

As for how to: we like to grind for FP closer to a paper filter grind instead of a traditional super coarse grind. The coarse grind results in a weaker cup of coffee, do to the higher probability of under extraction.

We like 50g coffee to 800g water right off boil (keep this 1:16 ratio and just adjust depending on how much coffee you want to make.

Next, pre-heat your french press with a healthy splash of hot water, then discard water before brewing. Add your ground coffee into the brewer, place the brewer on your scale, then tare your scale. Begin a timer, say, the one on your smart phone. Add 400g of water and allow to bloom for 1 minute. At 1 minute, break the crust that has formed and gentely stir. Pour in the rest of your water until you reach 800g and put the plunger cap on your brewer. Slowly push down the plunger at 4 minutes and 30 seconds. Allow your french press to sit for a few minutes to allow more sentiment to fall to the bottom. Slowly pour your french press into a cup or carafe to allow any left over sentiment to fall behind - you will most likely still get some sediment in your cup, and that’s totally fine & will still taste delicious.

This recipe will yield enough coffee for multiple people to drink, so grab someone you love and share a cup!

As always, experiment with it and find out which coffee and recipe you like best as a French Press!

Wednesdays are for education! We'll be taking Wednesdays to focus on education in coffee - methods, terminology, processes. Accessibility in coffee can be as simple as understanding the jargon of coffee. Hopefully you'll find this useful and find that it helps you expand your understanding of coffee a bit more! This week: FRENCH PRESS A truly classic brew method. But why? And how do you execute a perfect press? Read on! French Press is a full immersion brewer - think of it like steeping tea in that the coffee stays in contact with the water for the entire brew time. Because of this full immersion, one of the main perks of brewing with a french press is that you’ll be drinking a cup with a really nice viscosity and mouthfeel. Plus! It's a super easy clean up and it uses a reusable filter. As for how to: we like to grind for FP closer to a paper filter grind instead of a traditional super coarse grind. The coarse grind results in a weaker cup of coffee, do to the higher probability of under extraction. We like 50g coffee to 800g water right off boil (keep this 1:16 ratio and just adjust depending on how much coffee you want to make. Next, pre-heat your french press with a healthy splash of hot water, then discard water before brewing. Add your ground coffee into the brewer, place the brewer on your scale, then tare your scale. Begin a timer, say, the one on your smart phone. Add 400g of water and allow to bloom for 1 minute. At 1 minute, break the crust that has formed and gentely stir. Pour in the rest of your water until you reach 800g and put the plunger cap on your brewer. Slowly push down the plunger at 4 minutes and 30 seconds. Allow your french press to sit for a few minutes to allow more sentiment to fall to the bottom. Slowly pour your french press into a cup or carafe to allow any left over sentiment to fall behind - you will most likely still get some sediment in your cup, and that’s totally fine & will still taste delicious. This recipe will yield enough coffee for multiple people to drink, so grab someone you love and share a cup! As always, experiment with it and find out which coffee and recipe you like best as a French Press! - 28 days ago

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#realtalk #resistbadcoffee

#realtalk #resistbadcoffee - 29 days ago

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>>NEW COFFEE<<
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>>BENIGNO RAYME GRANDE<<
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In the Southern Highlands of Peru lies an absolutely magical expanse of coffee producing land - the Cusco region. We’ve only recently started to dip our toes into sourcing coffees from Peru, but it’s feeling like we’ve stumbled upon a hidden gem. Within the Cusco region lies the Yanatile district, and within the Yanatile district there exists the ideal conditions for producing stellar coffee. Many farms are nestled over 2000 MASL in the mountains, and the valley boasts an arid climate that is perfect for drying and storing parchment. This is very beneficial for the shelf life of the green coffees - a slow and even drying process without excess moisture in the air means that coffees from this area are going to be very stable and taste vibrant for many months after they are harvested. We’re overjoyed to be bringing in a beautiful lot of coffee from a man with deep love and respect for the tradition of coffee growing - Benigno Rayme Grande. Our friends at Red Fox Coffee Merchants were able to access this remote region with the help of their long time friend, Prudencio Vargas. He organized a group of twenty farmers from the Yanatile Valley as a unified association. Some of the utmost quality focused producers, Benigno included, still manually depulp and process their coffee by hand at their farms. Processing on the farm allows the coffee to stay under the producers’ watchful eyes throughout the every step of the process. The care and attention to detail in every aspect of harvest and processing translates directly to how clean and sweet this coffee is in the cup. We love coffees like this and can’t help but to gravitate towards them season after season - highly sweet and approachable throughout, while simultaneously offering a complexity of flavors as it cools and evolves in the cup. Give it to your barista friend or your grandma. We’re tasting: milk chocolate, vanilla, honey, apple, pear, plum, cherry, clementine, orange blossom, nougat, marzipan.
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Available online, at our roastery, our farmers markets, and through our wholesale program. Enjoy!
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#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

. >>NEW COFFEE<< . . >>BENIGNO RAYME GRANDE<< . . In the Southern Highlands of Peru lies an absolutely magical expanse of coffee producing land - the Cusco region. We’ve only recently started to dip our toes into sourcing coffees from Peru, but it’s feeling like we’ve stumbled upon a hidden gem. Within the Cusco region lies the Yanatile district, and within the Yanatile district there exists the ideal conditions for producing stellar coffee. Many farms are nestled over 2000 MASL in the mountains, and the valley boasts an arid climate that is perfect for drying and storing parchment. This is very beneficial for the shelf life of the green coffees - a slow and even drying process without excess moisture in the air means that coffees from this area are going to be very stable and taste vibrant for many months after they are harvested. We’re overjoyed to be bringing in a beautiful lot of coffee from a man with deep love and respect for the tradition of coffee growing - Benigno Rayme Grande. Our friends at Red Fox Coffee Merchants were able to access this remote region with the help of their long time friend, Prudencio Vargas. He organized a group of twenty farmers from the Yanatile Valley as a unified association. Some of the utmost quality focused producers, Benigno included, still manually depulp and process their coffee by hand at their farms. Processing on the farm allows the coffee to stay under the producers’ watchful eyes throughout the every step of the process. The care and attention to detail in every aspect of harvest and processing translates directly to how clean and sweet this coffee is in the cup. We love coffees like this and can’t help but to gravitate towards them season after season - highly sweet and approachable throughout, while simultaneously offering a complexity of flavors as it cools and evolves in the cup. Give it to your barista friend or your grandma. We’re tasting: milk chocolate, vanilla, honey, apple, pear, plum, cherry, clementine, orange blossom, nougat, marzipan. . Available online, at our roastery, our farmers markets, and through our wholesale program. Enjoy! . #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 29 days ago

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Athens so far, hanging around til the Jenny Lewis show tonight #1000facescoffee #themothership #resistbadcoffee #thegrit #goodfood #goodcompany #doubledate #doublefeature #dinnerandashow #jennylewis

Athens so far, hanging around til the Jenny Lewis show tonight #1000facescoffee #themothership #resistbadcoffee #thegrit #goodfood #goodcompany #doubledate #doublefeature #dinnerandashow #jennylewis - 30 days ago

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It's Monday. Treat yo'self.
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🍋ESPRESSO LEMONADE🍋
espresso...sparkling water...organic lemon juice...local honey
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On bar now. Enjoy!
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#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

It's Monday. Treat yo'self. . 🍋ESPRESSO LEMONADE🍋 espresso...sparkling water...organic lemon juice...local honey . On bar now. Enjoy! . #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 1 month ago

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TODAY! Join us from 10am to 3pm for a pop-up shop from another of our favorite local makers - @lodemos!

Lori makes functional pottery intended for everyday use.  Everything is very durable and microwave and dishwasher safe. Lori wood-fires the majority of her work. The flames and ash whip around the pots, leaving their trace on the fired surface in a natural but unpredictable way. Come check out her wares and drink some coffee!

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

TODAY! Join us from 10am to 3pm for a pop-up shop from another of our favorite local makers - @lodemos ! Lori makes functional pottery intended for everyday use. Everything is very durable and microwave and dishwasher safe. Lori wood-fires the majority of her work. The flames and ash whip around the pots, leaving their trace on the fired surface in a natural but unpredictable way. Come check out her wares and drink some coffee! #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 1 month ago

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Had to get some good coffee in before we left the country. #missionlife #costarica #resistbadcoffee

Had to get some good coffee in before we left the country. #missionlife #costarica #resistbadcoffee - 1 month ago

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It's Friday. Which means the weekend is here! Perhaps we can interest you in something over ice?
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---> Make sure to catch us at the roaster café till 6pm today, 9am to 5pm on Saturday, and 10am to 3pm on Sunday!
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---> We'll be serving hot and cold coffee and selling bags at three farmers markets - @athensfarmersmarket at Bishop Park in Athens on Saturday from 8am to noon, @freedomfarmersmkt at the Carter Center in Atlanta from 9am to 1pm on Saturday, and #grantparkfarmersmarket at Grant Park in Atlanta from 9am to 1pm on Sunday.
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---> And last, but clearly not the least, come by the café on Sunday from 10am to 3pm for a @lodemos Pop-up Shop! Lori makes functional pottery intended for everyday use.  Everything is very durable and microwave and dishwasher safe. Lori wood-fires the majority of her work. The flames and ash whip around the pots, leaving their trace on the fired surface in a natural but unpredictable way. Come check out her wares and drink some coffee!
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#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

It's Friday. Which means the weekend is here! Perhaps we can interest you in something over ice? . ---> Make sure to catch us at the roaster café till 6pm today, 9am to 5pm on Saturday, and 10am to 3pm on Sunday! . ---> We'll be serving hot and cold coffee and selling bags at three farmers markets - @athensfarmersmarket at Bishop Park in Athens on Saturday from 8am to noon, @freedomfarmersmkt at the Carter Center in Atlanta from 9am to 1pm on Saturday, and #grantparkfarmersmarket at Grant Park in Atlanta from 9am to 1pm on Sunday. . ---> And last, but clearly not the least, come by the café on Sunday from 10am to 3pm for a @lodemos Pop-up Shop! Lori makes functional pottery intended for everyday use. Everything is very durable and microwave and dishwasher safe. Lori wood-fires the majority of her work. The flames and ash whip around the pots, leaving their trace on the fired surface in a natural but unpredictable way. Come check out her wares and drink some coffee! . #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 1 month ago

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Good morning guys & gals!!! It's GO🚦time! Get your growler on 🔥 #coldbrew #friyay #helloweekend

Good morning guys & gals!!! It's GO🚦time! Get your growler on #coldbrew #friyay #helloweekend - 1 month ago

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@lastresortgrill is an Athens institution. Whatever you're celebrating (maybe it's just as a lovely lunch or dinner) this spot always delivers with delicious food and drink. And make to finish that meal with a hearty slice of one of their renowned cakes and a shot of our espresso!

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred #lastresortgrill

@lastresortgrill is an Athens institution. Whatever you're celebrating (maybe it's just as a lovely lunch or dinner) this spot always delivers with delicious food and drink. And make to finish that meal with a hearty slice of one of their renowned cakes and a shot of our espresso! #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred #lastresortgrill - 1 month ago

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Wednesdays are for education!

We'll be taking Wednesdays to focus on education in coffee - methods, terminology, processes. Accessibility in coffee can be as simple as understanding coffee. Hopefully you'll find this useful and find that it helps you expand your understanding of coffee a bit more!

This week: STORING ROASTED COFFEE

So you just invested in a delicious bag of roasted coffee. Sweet! How do you keep those ounces protected so they taste great throughout the entirety of their existence? Basically: Keep them in an airtight container. Keep the temp stable and cool. Keep them protected from direct sunlight. Sounds simple. And for the most part it is, but what you store your roasted coffee in can make a difference.

Our bags are pretty great at the big three points mentioned above. That's why we chose them! They are resealable to a solid airtight state, protect from light, and have a one-way degassing valve for post-roast gas expulsion.

Mason jars make for a nice option as well. They're easy to pour from (or scoop from with wide mouth options), are excellent at keeping an airtight seal, and cheap and easy to find. Since most are clear glass, make sure to store your coffee jars in a dark space in your kitchen a ways away from heat sources like ovens and stoves. Honestly any airtight, resealable, clean vessel should do a bang-up job.

And then there's the grinder hopper, the wide open bag on the counter, the fridge (oh no), the freezer (hotly debated but overall hard to properly execute), and worst of all - pre-ground. None of the methods mentioned in this paragraph follow the rules mentioned earlier.

Freshly roasted coffee. Airtight. Stable, cool temps. Protected from direct light. Keep those in mind and your coffee should stay delicious until the last bean.

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

Wednesdays are for education! We'll be taking Wednesdays to focus on education in coffee - methods, terminology, processes. Accessibility in coffee can be as simple as understanding coffee. Hopefully you'll find this useful and find that it helps you expand your understanding of coffee a bit more! This week: STORING ROASTED COFFEE So you just invested in a delicious bag of roasted coffee. Sweet! How do you keep those ounces protected so they taste great throughout the entirety of their existence? Basically: Keep them in an airtight container. Keep the temp stable and cool. Keep them protected from direct sunlight. Sounds simple. And for the most part it is, but what you store your roasted coffee in can make a difference. Our bags are pretty great at the big three points mentioned above. That's why we chose them! They are resealable to a solid airtight state, protect from light, and have a one-way degassing valve for post-roast gas expulsion. Mason jars make for a nice option as well. They're easy to pour from (or scoop from with wide mouth options), are excellent at keeping an airtight seal, and cheap and easy to find. Since most are clear glass, make sure to store your coffee jars in a dark space in your kitchen a ways away from heat sources like ovens and stoves. Honestly any airtight, resealable, clean vessel should do a bang-up job. And then there's the grinder hopper, the wide open bag on the counter, the fridge (oh no), the freezer (hotly debated but overall hard to properly execute), and worst of all - pre-ground. None of the methods mentioned in this paragraph follow the rules mentioned earlier. Freshly roasted coffee. Airtight. Stable, cool temps. Protected from direct light. Keep those in mind and your coffee should stay delicious until the last bean. #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 1 month ago

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While we say farewell to the La Ensenada, and with it all of the past year's delicious Guatemalans, it's hard to be sad about it knowing how much fresh crop tastiness is on the horizon. Coming next - Peru! After that, more Ethiopians, Colombians, Mexicos, and Nicaraguans.

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

While we say farewell to the La Ensenada, and with it all of the past year's delicious Guatemalans, it's hard to be sad about it knowing how much fresh crop tastiness is on the horizon. Coming next - Peru! After that, more Ethiopians, Colombians, Mexicos, and Nicaraguans. #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 1 month ago

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Our vision is simple. We envision more consumers being mindful about their coffee consumption and through increased demand, spurring more quality coffee production.

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

Our vision is simple. We envision more consumers being mindful about their coffee consumption and through increased demand, spurring more quality coffee production. #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 1 month ago

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BISCUITS & COFFEE LOVE is today from 10am to 3pm!

What is B&CL? It's a fundraiser series by 1000 Faces Coffee & @thefarmcart. Just eat a delicious biscuit and drink some tasty coffee to support important work in our community. Held at 1000 Faces once per month on select Sundays from 10am to 3pm.

In 2018, 10% of proceeds go to the Get Comfortable campaign created by @creaturecomfortsbeer.

The mission of the Get Comfortable campaign is to become a unifying anchor in the business community to drive awareness, increase engagement, and provide support for nonprofits combating the Athens community’s greatest needs as it relates to living comfortably. In Athens-Clarke County where one in five people are food-insecure and the poverty rate is 36.6% – nearly twice the state poverty rate of 18.4% – the campaign has traditionally focused on hunger, homelessness, and poverty. Through a rigorous vetting process as well as the direction of an advisory committee of community stakeholders, the campaign selected 6 organizations to highlight throughout the season & receive funding when the program wraps in November 2018.

The following nonprofits were chosen as the 2018 Get Comfortable partners: Advantage Behavioral Health, Athens Area Homeless Shelter, Athens Community Council on Aging, The Ark, Chosen For Life, & Mercy Health Center.

#1000facescoffee #biscuitsandcoffeelove #getcomfortable #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

BISCUITS & COFFEE LOVE is today from 10am to 3pm! What is B&CL? It's a fundraiser series by 1000 Faces Coffee & @thefarmcart. Just eat a delicious biscuit and drink some tasty coffee to support important work in our community. Held at 1000 Faces once per month on select Sundays from 10am to 3pm. In 2018, 10% of proceeds go to the Get Comfortable campaign created by @creaturecomfortsbeer. The mission of the Get Comfortable campaign is to become a unifying anchor in the business community to drive awareness, increase engagement, and provide support for nonprofits combating the Athens community’s greatest needs as it relates to living comfortably. In Athens-Clarke County where one in five people are food-insecure and the poverty rate is 36.6% – nearly twice the state poverty rate of 18.4% – the campaign has traditionally focused on hunger, homelessness, and poverty. Through a rigorous vetting process as well as the direction of an advisory committee of community stakeholders, the campaign selected 6 organizations to highlight throughout the season & receive funding when the program wraps in November 2018. The following nonprofits were chosen as the 2018 Get Comfortable partners: Advantage Behavioral Health, Athens Area Homeless Shelter, Athens Community Council on Aging, The Ark, Chosen For Life, & Mercy Health Center. #1000facescoffee #biscuitsandcoffeelove #getcomfortable #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 1 month ago

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BISCUITS & COFFEE LOVE! This Sunday from 10am to 3pm!

What is B&CL? It's a fundraiser series by 1000 Faces Coffee & @thefarmcart. Just eat a delicious biscuit and drink some tasty coffee to support important work in our community. Held at 1000 Faces once per month on select Sundays from 10am to 3pm.

In 2018, 10% of proceeds go to the Get Comfortable campaign created by @creaturecomfortsbeer.

The mission of the Get Comfortable campaign is to become a unifying anchor in the business community to drive awareness, increase engagement, and provide support for nonprofits combating the Athens community’s greatest needs as it relates to living comfortably. In Athens-Clarke County where one in five people are food-insecure and the poverty rate is 36.6% – nearly twice the state poverty rate of 18.4% – the campaign has traditionally focused on hunger, homelessness, and poverty. Through a rigorous vetting process as well as the direction of an advisory committee of community stakeholders, the campaign selected 6 organizations to highlight throughout the season & receive funding when the program wraps in November 2018.

The following nonprofits were chosen as the 2018 Get Comfortable partners: Advantage Behavioral Health, Athens Area Homeless Shelter, Athens Community Council on Aging, The Ark, Chosen For Life, & Mercy Health Center.

#1000facescoffee #biscuitsandcoffeelove #getcomfortable #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred
Photo by @carolinesingletaryphotography

BISCUITS & COFFEE LOVE! This Sunday from 10am to 3pm! What is B&CL? It's a fundraiser series by 1000 Faces Coffee & @thefarmcart. Just eat a delicious biscuit and drink some tasty coffee to support important work in our community. Held at 1000 Faces once per month on select Sundays from 10am to 3pm. In 2018, 10% of proceeds go to the Get Comfortable campaign created by @creaturecomfortsbeer. The mission of the Get Comfortable campaign is to become a unifying anchor in the business community to drive awareness, increase engagement, and provide support for nonprofits combating the Athens community’s greatest needs as it relates to living comfortably. In Athens-Clarke County where one in five people are food-insecure and the poverty rate is 36.6% – nearly twice the state poverty rate of 18.4% – the campaign has traditionally focused on hunger, homelessness, and poverty. Through a rigorous vetting process as well as the direction of an advisory committee of community stakeholders, the campaign selected 6 organizations to highlight throughout the season & receive funding when the program wraps in November 2018. The following nonprofits were chosen as the 2018 Get Comfortable partners: Advantage Behavioral Health, Athens Area Homeless Shelter, Athens Community Council on Aging, The Ark, Chosen For Life, & Mercy Health Center. #1000facescoffee #biscuitsandcoffeelove #getcomfortable #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred Photo by @carolinesingletaryphotography - 1 month ago

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Who wouldn't want to pull up a chair to this table of joy? Our pals at @vortexdoughnuts make people happy, plain and simple. We're so glad to be a part of that!

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred 
Photo by @abigailsmusings

Who wouldn't want to pull up a chair to this table of joy? Our pals at @vortexdoughnuts make people happy, plain and simple. We're so glad to be a part of that! #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred Photo by @abigailsmusings - 1 month ago

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Happy 4th of July!

Our independence means being able to choose good coffee over bad coffee. That alone makes this a holiday a worth celebrating!

We're open from 9am to 1pm today. Come say 'cheers' to America with us!

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred
Photo by @joshjonesphotog

Happy 4th of July! Our independence means being able to choose good coffee over bad coffee. That alone makes this a holiday a worth celebrating! We're open from 9am to 1pm today. Come say 'cheers' to America with us! #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred Photo by @joshjonesphotog - 1 month ago

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>>NEW COFFEE<<
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>>GUJI HIGHLAND<<
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Fresh crop Ethiopia season is upon us! The Guji Highland lot was introduced to us via our long-time importing partners, @trabocca, who do an incredible job being our eyes and ears forming relationships throughout Ethiopia. This group of growers is located in the Southern part of Ethiopia, just outside of a town named Shakiso. The coffee is dried slowly on raised beds for a total of 21 days. After the perfectly ripe cherries are methodically turned and dried to a specific moisture content, the seeds are stripped from the fruit and washed clean. The journey then takes our coffee to Shakiso for final dry milling. Here the coffees are bagged, prepped for export, and stored in Trabocca’s warehouse. Coffees from Guji are beautifully unique, especially in comparison to the close neighboring Yirgacheffe region. You can expect less of an in-your-face explosion of berry flavors and more of a complex and nuanced profile. The acidity of Guji Highlands is juicy and absolutely fruit forward. Though it reminds us of berries at times, the flavors are largely a little more exotic - think pineapple, mango, pomegranate, cherries. The body feels full and chocolatey, and there is a distinctly deep sweetness that reminds us of brown sugar and coconut. In fact, Guji Highland is tasting very reminiscent of a piña colada! Just in time for summer.
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Available online, at our roastery, our farmers markets, and through our wholesale program. Enjoy!
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#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

. >>NEW COFFEE<< . >>GUJI HIGHLAND<< . Fresh crop Ethiopia season is upon us! The Guji Highland lot was introduced to us via our long-time importing partners, @trabocca , who do an incredible job being our eyes and ears forming relationships throughout Ethiopia. This group of growers is located in the Southern part of Ethiopia, just outside of a town named Shakiso. The coffee is dried slowly on raised beds for a total of 21 days. After the perfectly ripe cherries are methodically turned and dried to a specific moisture content, the seeds are stripped from the fruit and washed clean. The journey then takes our coffee to Shakiso for final dry milling. Here the coffees are bagged, prepped for export, and stored in Trabocca’s warehouse. Coffees from Guji are beautifully unique, especially in comparison to the close neighboring Yirgacheffe region. You can expect less of an in-your-face explosion of berry flavors and more of a complex and nuanced profile. The acidity of Guji Highlands is juicy and absolutely fruit forward. Though it reminds us of berries at times, the flavors are largely a little more exotic - think pineapple, mango, pomegranate, cherries. The body feels full and chocolatey, and there is a distinctly deep sweetness that reminds us of brown sugar and coconut. In fact, Guji Highland is tasting very reminiscent of a piña colada! Just in time for summer. . Available online, at our roastery, our farmers markets, and through our wholesale program. Enjoy! . #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 1 month ago

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!! MONDAY BUNDLE !!
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Mondays only, any 2 retail bags purchased at our 510 N Thomas St café are just $25. Help us be more sustainable and reduce roasted coffee waste while scoring a great deal - $3 to $11 off depending on your coffee choices.
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#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

!! MONDAY BUNDLE !! . Mondays only, any 2 retail bags purchased at our 510 N Thomas St café are just $25. Help us be more sustainable and reduce roasted coffee waste while scoring a great deal - $3 to $11 off depending on your coffee choices. . #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 1 month ago

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TODAY! Join us from 10am to 3pm for a pop-up shop from another of our favorite local businesses - @rekindleathens!

Rekindle makes environmentally sustainable candles that help feed the homeless in Athens, GA. Every candle purchased helps plant trees, feed those in need, and support local art.

Every candle is made with 100% soy wax, fragrances infused with essential oils, and wood wicks sourced from sustainable lumber mills. The ceramic candles are thrown at a local clay studio while the tin cans are purchased and upcycled from the Salvation Army and Athens PB&J, two organizations helping feed the homeless in our city. Because they strive for sustainability in every aspect of our company, they offer a refill program promoting the reuse and recycling of candles. So bring a vessel and they'll fill it up for you!

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

TODAY! Join us from 10am to 3pm for a pop-up shop from another of our favorite local businesses - @rekindleathens ! Rekindle makes environmentally sustainable candles that help feed the homeless in Athens, GA. Every candle purchased helps plant trees, feed those in need, and support local art. Every candle is made with 100% soy wax, fragrances infused with essential oils, and wood wicks sourced from sustainable lumber mills. The ceramic candles are thrown at a local clay studio while the tin cans are purchased and upcycled from the Salvation Army and Athens PB&J, two organizations helping feed the homeless in our city. Because they strive for sustainability in every aspect of our company, they offer a refill program promoting the reuse and recycling of candles. So bring a vessel and they'll fill it up for you! #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 2 months ago

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The feel of a handful of green coffee 🍒...cool as a cuke 🥒💚#greencoffee #coffeeroaster #coffeelife

The feel of a handful of green coffee ...cool as a cuke 🥒#greencoffee #coffeeroaster #coffeelife - 2 months ago

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Weekend vibes!
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---> Make sure to catch us at the roaster café till 6pm today, 9am to 5pm on Saturday, and 10am to 3pm on Sunday!
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---> We'll be serving 2 different temperatures of coffee and selling bags at three farmers markets - @athensfarmersmarket at Bishop Park in Athens on Saturday from 8am to noon, @freedomfarmersmkt at the Carter Center in Atlanta from 9am to 1pm on Saturday, and #grantparkfarmersmarket at Grant Park in Atlanta from 9am to 1pm on Sunday.
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---> Catch us at @wildwoodrevival on Saturday and Sunday starting at 8am! On top of a killer line up of bands, this festival just outside of town offers camping, yoga, a dance party, local food and delicious @creaturecomfortsbeer, an artist market, and much more.
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---> Brew School on Saturday at 6pm! Covering All Things Iced, we'll share all of our favorite methods for making cold summertime coffee drinks including traditional cold brew, flash chilled pour-overs, coffee ice cubes, and iced lattes. Sign up via the link in bio!
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---> And last, but clearly not the least, come by the café on Sunday from 10am to 3pm for a @rekindleathens Pop-up Shop! Rekindle makes environmentally sustainable candles that help feed the homeless in Athens, Ga. Every candle purchased helps plant trees, feed those in need, and support local art.
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#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

Weekend vibes! . ---> Make sure to catch us at the roaster café till 6pm today, 9am to 5pm on Saturday, and 10am to 3pm on Sunday! . ---> We'll be serving 2 different temperatures of coffee and selling bags at three farmers markets - @athensfarmersmarket at Bishop Park in Athens on Saturday from 8am to noon, @freedomfarmersmkt at the Carter Center in Atlanta from 9am to 1pm on Saturday, and #grantparkfarmersmarket at Grant Park in Atlanta from 9am to 1pm on Sunday. . ---> Catch us at @wildwoodrevival on Saturday and Sunday starting at 8am! On top of a killer line up of bands, this festival just outside of town offers camping, yoga, a dance party, local food and delicious @creaturecomfortsbeer , an artist market, and much more. . ---> Brew School on Saturday at 6pm! Covering All Things Iced, we'll share all of our favorite methods for making cold summertime coffee drinks including traditional cold brew, flash chilled pour-overs, coffee ice cubes, and iced lattes. Sign up via the link in bio! . ---> And last, but clearly not the least, come by the café on Sunday from 10am to 3pm for a @rekindleathens Pop-up Shop! Rekindle makes environmentally sustainable candles that help feed the homeless in Athens, Ga. Every candle purchased helps plant trees, feed those in need, and support local art. . #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 2 months ago

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There’s nothing quite like a @1000facescoffee latte to warm you up on this dark and stormy morning! ⛈#resistbadcoffee #vortexdoughnuts #1000facescoffee #32banksave

There’s nothing quite like a @1000facescoffee latte to warm you up on this dark and stormy morning! ⛈#resistbadcoffee #vortexdoughnuts #1000facescoffee #32banksave - 2 months ago

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BREW SCHOOL -- > this Saturday at 6pm!

Our sixth Brew School of 2018 is all about cooling off. In the summers we like to brew our coffee slow and cold. So we’re going to share with all of our favorite methods for making cold summertime coffee drinks including traditional cold brew, flash chilled pour-overs, coffee ice cubes, and iced lattes. We'll cover the science of cold extraction and dilution and what makes these drinks wholly different from your hot brew favorites. You’ll leave with classic recipes to work with at home as well as some tips for making flavored simple syrups to give your summertime drinks a little zing. Coffee and snacks will be provided and the event is free, but be sure to sign up via the link in our bio to secure a spot!

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred #BrewSchool

BREW SCHOOL -- > this Saturday at 6pm! Our sixth Brew School of 2018 is all about cooling off. In the summers we like to brew our coffee slow and cold. So we’re going to share with all of our favorite methods for making cold summertime coffee drinks including traditional cold brew, flash chilled pour-overs, coffee ice cubes, and iced lattes. We'll cover the science of cold extraction and dilution and what makes these drinks wholly different from your hot brew favorites. You’ll leave with classic recipes to work with at home as well as some tips for making flavored simple syrups to give your summertime drinks a little zing. Coffee and snacks will be provided and the event is free, but be sure to sign up via the link in our bio to secure a spot! #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred #BrewSchool - 2 months ago

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Wednesdays are for education!

We'll be taking Wednesdays to focus on education in coffee terminology. Accessibility in coffee can be as simple as understanding the jargon of coffee. Hopefully you'll find this useful and find that it helps you expand your understanding of coffee a bit more!

This week: BREW METHOD -> KALITA WAVE

The Kalita Wave is a flat-bottom manual brewing device designed to make delicious pour overs both at home and in the cafe. This brewer is designed with even extraction in mind, sporting a flat bottom with three evenly spaced holes via which your brew exits. With practice and the right technique, one could master the use of any manual brewer, but we prefer using the Kalita Wave in our cafe due to its supreme consistency from brew to brew. There are a few different ways to brew coffee with the Kalita Wave, but on bar, we enjoy brewing using the continual pour method as opposed to the more popular pulse pour method. Read on to learn how we rock it.

A few things you will need: Kalita Wave, Kalita Wave Filters, Carafe, Scale, Gooseneck Kettle, and Freshly Ground Coffee.

Sticking to the golden ratio (1:16) we brew a single cup using 23g of coffee to 375g of water. We recommend using a “medium” grind, slightly finer than you would grind for standard paper filter coffee, and water just off the boil. We recommend rinsing your paper filter before you begin brewing to get rid of any papery taste that it may impart on your finished brew. And remember to toss the water before you begin!

For the first 30 seconds, you will want to saturate the bed of coffee with 45g of water, which is roughly double the dose of ground coffee. This is called the bloom. During this phase the coffee is getting ready to be brewed, letting off gasses that are trapped in the bean from the roasting process. After 30 seconds, you are ready to begin your pour!

Continued in the comments below.

Wednesdays are for education! We'll be taking Wednesdays to focus on education in coffee terminology. Accessibility in coffee can be as simple as understanding the jargon of coffee. Hopefully you'll find this useful and find that it helps you expand your understanding of coffee a bit more! This week: BREW METHOD -> KALITA WAVE The Kalita Wave is a flat-bottom manual brewing device designed to make delicious pour overs both at home and in the cafe. This brewer is designed with even extraction in mind, sporting a flat bottom with three evenly spaced holes via which your brew exits. With practice and the right technique, one could master the use of any manual brewer, but we prefer using the Kalita Wave in our cafe due to its supreme consistency from brew to brew. There are a few different ways to brew coffee with the Kalita Wave, but on bar, we enjoy brewing using the continual pour method as opposed to the more popular pulse pour method. Read on to learn how we rock it. A few things you will need: Kalita Wave, Kalita Wave Filters, Carafe, Scale, Gooseneck Kettle, and Freshly Ground Coffee. Sticking to the golden ratio (1:16) we brew a single cup using 23g of coffee to 375g of water. We recommend using a “medium” grind, slightly finer than you would grind for standard paper filter coffee, and water just off the boil. We recommend rinsing your paper filter before you begin brewing to get rid of any papery taste that it may impart on your finished brew. And remember to toss the water before you begin! For the first 30 seconds, you will want to saturate the bed of coffee with 45g of water, which is roughly double the dose of ground coffee. This is called the bloom. During this phase the coffee is getting ready to be brewed, letting off gasses that are trapped in the bean from the roasting process. After 30 seconds, you are ready to begin your pour! Continued in the comments below. - 2 months ago

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All things Blueberry on the menu this week thanks to our friends at @rayburnfarm ! Come try Blueberry Streusel and our Blueberry Cream Filled for an antioxidant packed breakfast 💪 #vortexdoughnuts #resistbadcoffee #1000facescoffee [📸: @mostlybiscuit_ ]

All things Blueberry on the menu this week thanks to our friends at @rayburnfarm ! Come try Blueberry Streusel and our Blueberry Cream Filled for an antioxidant packed breakfast #vortexdoughnuts #resistbadcoffee #1000facescoffee [📸: @mostlybiscuit_ ] - 2 months ago

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SOURCING UPDATE:

1) Have you read about our recent voyage to Antigua, Guatemala? Twas a very fruitful trip! Click the link in bio and read on up.

2) A report on our even more recent trip to Colombia is in the draft stages.

3) And finally - new coffee coming next week! Natural process Ethiopian ayyyy.

#1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred

SOURCING UPDATE: 1) Have you read about our recent voyage to Antigua, Guatemala? Twas a very fruitful trip! Click the link in bio and read on up. 2) A report on our even more recent trip to Colombia is in the draft stages. 3) And finally - new coffee coming next week! Natural process Ethiopian ayyyy. #1000facescoffee #resistbadcoffee #makethemundanesacred - 2 months ago

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Our customer favorite, Turtle Doughnut, is back on the menu this week! 🐢Available on yeast or cake, this deliciousness is covered in our house chocolate ganache, sprinkled with crushed pecans, and drizzled with caramel sauce! Available all week long! #vortexdoughnuts #resistbadcoffee #1000facescoffee

Our customer favorite, Turtle Doughnut, is back on the menu this week! Available on yeast or cake, this deliciousness is covered in our house chocolate ganache, sprinkled with crushed pecans, and drizzled with caramel sauce! Available all week long! #vortexdoughnuts #resistbadcoffee #1000facescoffee - 2 months ago

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