From El Salvador - Kastel farm, Arusha Coffee Roastery offers a Kenia varietal. Produced by Roney Dias Villela, this coffee reveals notes of black cherries, honey, and chocolate with fruits, harmonized by medium acidity and body.
Hailing from Brazil's Mantiqueira de Minas region, this small batch coffee is grown on the 4th-generation Nossa Senhora Aparecida farm. The Yellow Catuai beans offer a blend of milk chocolate, yellow fruits, starfruit, and caramel notes, indicative of the region's distinctive terroir and ideal coffee-growing climate.
This unique Red Bourbon coffee from Rodolfo Ruffatti Batlle's farm, a long-standing partner of Manhattan Coffee Roasters, is a taste of history with shrubs planted over 60 years ago. Fermented for 48 hours and dried for 22 days, it delivers notes of red apple, mandarin, and cane sugar, making it excellent as an espresso or with milk.