This blend of organic Guatemala Thomas Perdido and our Organic Colombian Asoprocafes from Traviesta combine to create a coffee that is surprisingly delicious. Distinct cocoa tones meld with a matrix of spices. There is a present acidity that makes the coffee dance on your tongue a bit and leaves you longing for the next sip. The spices intensify as the coffee cools, and lovely delicate peanut notes begin to emeerge. The body is viscous as well, which makes the peanut flavor seem more like peanut butter. It's an approachable blend that will please the crowd and is sure to get even your Folgers-drinking friends to realize that there is something direly wrong with their coffee! We hope you consider giving this coffee to all of your coffee-drinking friends in support of this family. Cheers to our first adoption support mission!
Home Sweet Home
Bag Size: 12oz
Region: Organic Guatemala Thomas Perdido; Organic Colombian Asprocafes
Farm: Thomas Perdido; Traviesta
Cup: Cacoa Nibs, Chai Spices, Peanut
We are a company built on helping real individuals accomplish goals. This is why 20% of whole bean sales go back out to help fulfill those goals or missions. However, there are times when we feel that giving more than 20% is necessary to accomplish certain goals. This coffee has been created to specifically help a local family raise funds to adopt a child, and so 50% of all sales will go to their adoption fund.
Meet the Horton’s
We are overjoyed to embark on the journey of growing our family through adoption. We both felt called to adopt before we met, and God has only grown that desire as we have journeyed through marriage and these first few years of parenting our two biological children. We consider it a wonderful opportunity to provide a home and a family for a child in a way that hopefully reflects the love God has poured out on us and the family he has welcomed us into. There is a financial burden to carry as we prepare (costs can easily total $35,000 or more), and we invite anyone who cares about adoption to help us carry that burden. We love this coffee, and are so grateful to Peregrine Roasters for their willingness to give us this fundraising opportunity!