Finca Nueva Armenia
The quality of craftsmanship from Recinos family's Finca Nueva Armenia – in Guatemala's Huehuetenango district – is evident in every cup clean, clear notes of green apple, grape, and almond above a crisp acidity and juicy body.
Save Our Soil
Our soils are in crisis. Conventional, chemical-based farming is destroying soil health, leaving farms with increasingly barren earth.
Finca El Puente
This harvest of Finca El Puente from Marcala, Honduras, brings lighter purple-lavender and plum notes, black cherry, sugar cane sweetness and toasted nut in the finish.
Enjoy two 12 oz bags of our seasonal farmhouse blend delivered directly to you or a loved each month for three or six months.
News from the Road: Slow Food Nation in San Francisco!
Our Director of Coffee and co-owner Peter Giuliano just returned from San Francisco, where he attended Slow Food Nation, the first-ever conference/meeting/food fair dedicated to the slow food movement. The idea of Slow Food Nation was to bring together people active in crafted, traditional, and delicious foods, and present their work to the general public on a large scale. Along with other coffee roasters, Counter Culture Coffee was approached to participate in the event to bring together coffee people active in the farm-to-cup coffee movement to give those attending Slow Food Nation an unforgettable coffee experience, with a special focus on the coffee producer.
Special guests were coffee producer Mr. Abdullah Bagersh from Ethiopia, Mr. Edwin Martinez from Guatemala, and Mr. Camilo Merizalde from Colombia.
For a full report from Peter about his trip to Slow Food Nation, please visit our Origins section.