General Description: Bold and balanced, this distinctive coffee made of Peru High Grown Andes, Sumatra Permata Gayo and Ethiopia Sidamo Aleta Wondo is a warming and spicy blend that has lingering caramel and cocoa-tinged finish.
General Description: Eye-popping! A rich blend of Colombian, Brazilian and Honduran beans with subtle spice and prominent notes of blood orange and roasted walnut. Comes with 3D glasses, while supplies last!
General Description: In May 2012, we developed our Bespoke blend as an homage to the virtuous vélo and in recognition of National Bike Month. A balanced combination of bright, lemony Guatemala Antigua and rich, buttery Colombian Santa Barbara beans, this blend was created with the NYC Bike Ambassadors as our inspiration. Both the Finca Ceylan and Santa Barbara estates are acknowledged for their commitment to sustainability and environmental awareness – something we cyclists are conscious of too.
General Description: The Mocha Java blends dates from the 18th century, at a time when Europeans had a fairly limited menu of coffees to choose from. Mocha, “the world’s original commercial coffee”, is named after the Yemeni port of Mokha, or al-Mukhā, where beans from across Eastern Africa were traded and exported. At that time Yemen controlled most of the trade moving between the Arab world and the Indian Ocean, and also received beans from Java, an Indonesian island recently colonized by the Dutch, who had introduced coffee cultivation. Inevitably, these two coffees came together to form the world’s first blend. BRC’s twist on this centuries-old classic combines a dark-roasted bean from Sumatra, a little further north along the Indonesian archipelago, with a washed heirloom Arabica from the mountains of Ethiopia, the birthplace of coffee.