Jaguar Honey's process offers some advantages compared to other drying processes. One important difference is that water usage is lower. Additionally, due to a shorter fermentation period, the coffee acquires an acidity halfway between natural and washed coffees. In other words, the Honey process enables the production of coffees with some of the unique characteristics of natural processed coffee in less time and with lower risks of unexpected effects such as over-fermentation.
As part of Volcafe's agreement with Fundazoo, a donation of $1 is made for every quintal sold to finance the organization's efforts in preserving Jaguars in Costa Rica.
This coffee was chosen for its cup profile. It has a dark chocolate body with a nutty aftertaste. The acidity is citric with notes of green tea and dark fruits. It's a true Kilimanjaro classic. This coffee comes from smallholder holders who belong to the Mamsera, Mahida and Kirwa Keni cooperative groups in the Kilimanjaro district. These co-ops deliver their coffee to the Rafiki Coffee Mill, which completes the production of nearly 60 percent of all coffee in northern Tanzania. The Kirwa Keni cooperative, in the Rombo district, was established in the 1980s as a member of the Kilimanjaro Native Co-operative Union (KNCU) the first and oldest co-op in Tanzania, dating to 1925. The Mamsera cooperative is led by Mrs. Mary Shayo, its acting secretary, who is known to many as simply Mamsera. The co-op is renowned for producing some of the best coffees in the country, thanks in large part to Mary's leadership.
This cofee is roasted full medium.
Caramel and cream flavor oils create a coffee that aste decadent. Shipwreck Coffee combines fresh medium roasted coffee to flavor oils for that calorie free, sugar free cup. Add your own sweetener and lightener to taste.
Fresh roasted Shipwreck Coffee blended with Blueberry and cream flavored oils. Calorie free, you decide on desired sweetness and lightener.
Shipwreck's fresh roasted medium coffee blended with coconut and vanilla flavor oils. Calorie free, you add sweetener and lightener.
This flavored coffee reflectes the spices used in Pumpkin pie. Shipwreck's fresh medium roast coffee combined with Pumpkin Spice flavor oils. No sugar added, you decide how much sweetness and lightener to add.
Shipwreck combines medium roasted Arabica beans with Dark Chocolate and Raspberry Creme flavor oils. This coffee is calorie free, so sweeten and lighten this coffee to satisfy your taste buds with few calories. The dark chocolate blends with the natural chocolate in the coffee bean and the raspberry helps to accentuate some of the fruit notes found in light to medium roasted coffee.
Arabica coffee roasted medium and combined with hazelnut and vanilla flavoring to created a nutty, creamy flavor. Hazelnut is one of the most popular coffee flavors that brings warmth to your cup. The flavor oils add no calories to the coffee, just sweeten and lighten as desired.
Shipwreck Coffee medium roasts only the finest Arabica beans to use in the French Vanilla Flavored Coffee. A combo of french vanilla and cream, this coffee flavor is mild, never bitter and sure to please.
Mt. Kenya's southern slopes are home to thousands of small coffee shambas, or gardens. Shambas are nurtured by smallholder farmers, who deliver freshly picked, ripe cherries to their cooperative pulping factories. This coffee, crafted from fully traceable sources of supply in Embu, Kirinyaga and Nyeri counties, epitomizes a typical. great Kenyan coffee. Smallholder farmers, each with around 200 trees, work together in co-ops. Each co-op owns wet mills to process their cherries and receives freshly picked ripe cherries from their member farmers throughout the harvest season. Disc pulping and separation is followed by 12- to 24-hours of dry fermentation, then washing and overnight underwater soaking. The resulting parchment coffee is very clean and full of the flavors and acidity that make Kenyan coffees so famous.
Brazilian coffee beans have a sweet and chocolaty flavor that has become extremely popular in the world of coffee. It also includes strong tastes of honey, molasses, cashew and malt. Imported directly from Brazil to ensure the quality and consistency of every bean along with great pricing through superior logistics.
Brazilian Specialty Green Bean
Specialty Coffee Florada Fancy Cup is a blend made up by the following regions: South of Minas, Minas Gerais, Cerrado, and Parana Maringa. The green coffee beans are prepared to NY 2 Screen 17/18 Standards (NY2 less than 10 defects).
Cup Profile Medium body, bright acidity with sweet notes of apricot, black tea and toast.
Our Washed Yirgacheffe Grade 2 Kanketi comes from smallholder farmers in the villages of Foggi and Negele Gorbitu in Abaya which borders the Gedeo Zone in Yirgacheffe. Coffee farming in Abaya started in the 1970s under the European Union's Coffee Improvement Program. Only in the last decade did farmers in Foggi and Negele Gorbitu start coffee production. Coffee from these villages have a bean structure and cup quality that reflect vigor of their youthful coffee trees.This coffee was produced by Fikadu Abayneh Kebede whose mill serves approximately 400 smallholder farmers from the villages of Foggi and Negele Gorbitu. Fikadu started working in coffee over 15 years ago, under the supervision of his father; he established the wet mill in Foggi about 10 years ago. Fikadu's wet mill buys freshly harvested coffee cherries from local farmers for processing. The cherries are fermented in tanks for 36 hours before being washed. Afterwards the coffee goes through a natural drying process on raised beds over a period of a week. Post processing, coffees from Fikadu's mill are put up for sale through Kanketi Coffee Export.
Shipwreck offers coffee decaffinated by the Swiss Water Method, which uses solely water and osmosis to decaffeinate beans. The use of water as the solvent to decaffeinate coffee was originally pioneered in Switzerland in 1933.
The single beans offered by Shipwreck change based on availability. Shipwreck is currently offering decaf coffee from Brazil which is medium roasted with a smooth body and low acidity.
If we define espresso, it is strong coffee that is made by forcing steam through finely ground roasted coffee beans. The tastiest espressos are a blend of light, medium and dark coffees roasted separately to bring out the individual flavor notes then blended.
Shipwreck's Espresso blend combines South American, Indonesian and African beans that can be made in a french press, drip coffee machine, pour over, espresso machine or even as a cold brew. This blend offers low acidity with a full body.
When ready, alert other crew with the signal "Hard alee!" (meaning you're pushing the tiller hard to the lee side, causing the boat to turn up and tack). Be sure to stay out of the way of the boom and move your weight to the other side as the boat comes up into the wind and is momentarily flat on the water.
Shipwreck's Hard Alee is a dark full bodied roast of Ethiopian and Guatemalan coffees. This roast is slightly under a french roast creating a smoother cup.
Jacob's Ladder (or the stairway to heaven) was a rope ladder with wooden (now metal) rungs used to extend up past or around the crow's nest from the ratlines in square riggers to let sailors climb beyond the platforms to the topmasts. They were also used to climb from small boats to larger one. Being made of rope they were easily moved and stowed as needed.
This coffee is a combo of light and dark roasts creating a rich coffee with a smooth body.
Shipwreck Coffee chooses arabica coffee from Africa and South America to create the unique medium dark roast called Jacobs Ladder.
Please store fresh coffee in an airtight container in a cool, dry location.
Fierce was the wild billow,
Dark was the night;
Oars labored heavily,
Foam glimmered white;
Trembled the mariners;
Peril was nigh;
Then said the God of God,
"Peace! It is I!"
A hearty blend of light roast Colombian, medium roast Guatemalan and medium dark roast Sumatran
Up at the crack of dawn, this hardy lot start their morning loaded with good coffee. This blend is dedicated to them and the bold flavor is sure to keep them hauling traps from the depths of the frigid sea. A combination of light roast Colombian, medium roast Costa Rican and medium roast Ethiopian. Bold body, smooth finish, our most popular blend.
When bidding shipmates farewell, it is good luck to wish them "fair winds and following seas." This mild blend of light roast Colombian and medium roast Costa Rican is a great breakfast blend that can calm the nerves of the most uneasy of sailors. Full body, medium acidity
Shipwreck Coffee's Blonde Roast.
As gentle as Fair Winds; this combination of Colombian and Ugandan coffees is roasted to just after first crack giving the coffee it's traditional "blonde" roast. Rich in flavor, Fair Winds offers notes of citrus and chocolate
with a bright acidity and heavy body.
Coffee should be stored in a cool dry area, such as a pantry or cupboard in an airtight container.
Once coffee is ground, optimal flavor can be enjoyed for two weeks.
Whole beans will maintain optimal flavor for four weeks.
Whenever possible, purchase whole bean coffee and grind just before brewing.