10 oz (283g)
OCTOBER Roaster’s Choice: ANAHEIM BLEND
- Roast Level: Medium
- Region: Marcala, La Paz, Honduras and Pueblo Nuevo, Estelí, Nicaragua
- Flavor Profile: Milk Chocolate, Caramel, and Orange Zest
- Recommended Brew Method: Drip, French Press
The ANAHEIM BLEND is carefully crafted to achieve a complex, yet well-balanced flavor profile. Combining the best organic beans from Honduras and Nicaragua, ANAHEIM BLEND has a sweet citrus-like acidity and ends on a well-rounded chocolatey caramel note. This coffee can be brewed several ways and be enjoyed by everyone no matter their taste preferences.
Sir Owlverick’s history in Anaheim all started with Papa Tang in the ’90s. He opened his first shop in the same location we roast today. Sir Owlverick’s continues it’s Anaheim legacy by staying involved with our community. Beginning in 2019, Sir Owlverick’s signed on to partner with NHL’s ANAHEIM DUCKS. The 2021-2022 season is among us and we are looking forward to getting back to the Honda Center to cheer on and support the team. This month’s Roaster’s Choice, ANAHEIM BLEND, is inspired by our co-branded blend that is exclusively sold in the Ducks Team Store: The Wild Ones. We wanted to share this exciting coffee with the rest of our community that may not be SoCal locals. Enjoy our tribute to our hometown and favorite city, ANAHEIM!
The Honduras bean comes from a farm in Marcala, La Paz called Finca Humana and the COMSA Cooperative, which is made up of 1500 farmers. COMSA dedicates significant funding from their coffee sales to run a school dedicated to the future leaders of Finca Humana. What makes these beans so great is its traceability to the Marcala region, which is a protected designation of origin (DENOMINACION DE ORIGEN CAFE DE MARCALA), meticulous post-harvest hand sorting of the coffee cherry, proper fermentation, long drying times, and the continuous training to perfect the practice. The Honduras bean brings the sweet chocolate and caramel notes to this blend.
Nicaragua beans from Pueblo Nuevo, Esteli bring the zesty orange notes and add to the chocolatey flavor profile. Our selection of beans from Nicaragua is from a women-owned cooperative that is known for producing coffee that’s been selected as one of the best in the Nicaragua Cup of Excellence competition. Owner, Brenda Peralta gained her experience from her father-in-law and took over running a collective of family farms. She owns over 39 acres of coffee that also provides refuge for wildlife.
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