Caramel | Stone Fruit | Citrus
1220 - 2200 M
Marcala, Honduras &
A Blend From:
Here at One Village Coffee our blends and the coffees going into them get a lot of love and attention throughout the year. Expensive and rare single origin coffees tend to hog the spotlight, but every roaster has a soft spot for well executed blends built with good quality ingredients. A delicious blend is a hard-earned achievement and Nomad is no exception.
Another season, another (now organic) Nomad! This late Summer 2021 edition features two tasty coffees, an old favorite – the Manos de Mujer, women’s lot from the COMSA co-op in Marcala, Honduras; and a new favorite - Qirtira Goyo from Guji Zone, Ethiopia. In the cup the blend is balanced and bittersweet exhibiting high levels of easy drinkability. Between refills we’re picking out notes of caramel, stone fruit, and a bit of citrus zest. This blend is a no brainer for espresso or cold brew/flash brew. Get into it!