Fall Seasonal: Wake the Dead

Who’s ready for a ghoul time? Everyone’s favorite seasonal is back on our virtual shelves and we’re ready to welcome in the fall season with a big mug of Wake The Dead. If you haven’t had a chance to try it before, you’ve been missing out! It’s a hauntingly delicious coffee the undead can’t keep their hands off of.

This darker blend is scary good. The beans that make up this coffee possess unique tastes that make it truly special to drink and one worth savoring. The coffee comes from three partners that are from well-known producing countries. The first two come from our partners at Las Diosas and ASOANEI and go through a fully washed process which allows you to indulge on the unique flavor and variety offered by each of these countries. The third comes from our partners at Permata Gayo Cooperative and goes through a wet-hulled process. This will give your coffee a more consistent flavor throughout. The beans from Indonesia also boost the body of this coffee tremendously.

If you’ve been dragging your feet and making grunting noises first thing in the morning, you need to get your hands on a bag of Wake The Dead. One whiff of a freshly brewed batch and you’ll feel alive! Make this fall boo-tiful, cozy up next to the bonfire or visit your favorite corn maze just make sure you bring a mug of Wake The Dead along for the ride.

Justice From The Grounds Up!

 Flavor Notes: Deep, Dark and Undead

FARM/COOP: La Central Cooperativa Las Diosas
PROCESS: Fully washed
VARIETALS: Bourbon, Caturra
ELEVATION: Up to 1,200 meters (3,938 ft.)
HARVEST: November-February
REGION: Esteli, Nicaragua
LIGHT/MED/DARK: Dark

FARM/COOP: Permata Gayo Cooperative
PROCESS: Semi-washed/Wet-hulled
VARIETALS: Typica, Ateng, S-Line
ELEVATION: Up to 1,400 meters (4,594 ft.)
HARVEST: January-October
REGION: Bener Meriah district, Aceh, Indonesia
LIGHT/MED/DARK: Dark

FARM/COOP: ASOANEI
PROCESS: Fully washed
VARIETAL: Typica, Caturra, Bourbon
ELEVATION: Up to 1,800 meters (5,906 ft.)
HARVEST: September-March
REGION: Pueblo Bello, Colombia
LIGHT/MED/DARK: LIGHT

Artwork by  Paloma Chavez  

Fall Seasonal: Wake the Dead

$16.00
Fall Seasonal: Wake the Dead

Fall Seasonal: Wake the Dead

$16.00
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$16.00

Who’s ready for a ghoul time? Everyone’s favorite seasonal is back on our virtual shelves and we’re ready to welcome in the fall season with a big mug of Wake The Dead. If you haven’t had a chance to try it before, you’ve been missing out! It’s a hauntingly delicious coffee the undead can’t keep their hands off of.

This darker blend is scary good. The beans that make up this coffee possess unique tastes that make it truly special to drink and one worth savoring. The coffee comes from three partners that are from well-known producing countries. The first two come from our partners at Las Diosas and ASOANEI and go through a fully washed process which allows you to indulge on the unique flavor and variety offered by each of these countries. The third comes from our partners at Permata Gayo Cooperative and goes through a wet-hulled process. This will give your coffee a more consistent flavor throughout. The beans from Indonesia also boost the body of this coffee tremendously.

If you’ve been dragging your feet and making grunting noises first thing in the morning, you need to get your hands on a bag of Wake The Dead. One whiff of a freshly brewed batch and you’ll feel alive! Make this fall boo-tiful, cozy up next to the bonfire or visit your favorite corn maze just make sure you bring a mug of Wake The Dead along for the ride.

Justice From The Grounds Up!

 Flavor Notes: Deep, Dark and Undead

FARM/COOP: La Central Cooperativa Las Diosas
PROCESS: Fully washed
VARIETALS: Bourbon, Caturra
ELEVATION: Up to 1,200 meters (3,938 ft.)
HARVEST: November-February
REGION: Esteli, Nicaragua
LIGHT/MED/DARK: Dark

FARM/COOP: Permata Gayo Cooperative
PROCESS: Semi-washed/Wet-hulled
VARIETALS: Typica, Ateng, S-Line
ELEVATION: Up to 1,400 meters (4,594 ft.)
HARVEST: January-October
REGION: Bener Meriah district, Aceh, Indonesia
LIGHT/MED/DARK: Dark

FARM/COOP: ASOANEI
PROCESS: Fully washed
VARIETAL: Typica, Caturra, Bourbon
ELEVATION: Up to 1,800 meters (5,906 ft.)
HARVEST: September-March
REGION: Pueblo Bello, Colombia
LIGHT/MED/DARK: LIGHT

Artwork by  Paloma Chavez