We’re excited to have a coffee from Cajamarca, Peru available again this year. We’ve featured many washed coffees from Cajamarca this time of year, and they’ve been among our favorite balanced coffees that do great on pour-over, auto-drip, and espresso. This year, we’re getting a little more transparency with our coffee. Around 400 farmers in Cajamarca make up the Aprocassi cooperative. This lot is made up of contributions from members around the San Ignacio subregion. We were extremely impressed with the quality and complexity of the lot.
Team taste notes: nutty, peach, plum, brown spice, floral, syrupy
We are craftspeople dedicated to exhibiting the qualities of one of the most flavorful beverages in the world. What we attempt to create and construct are flavor experiences that are balanced, intoxicating, and special. While our single origin offerings exhibit qualities that are delicious and complete by themselves, blending can create something unique that none of our coffees offer by themselves. We are inspired by French wine and cocktails like the Sazerac. By adding a small amount of five quality ingredients (sugar, bitters, lemon, absinthe, ice), a serving of perfectly good whiskey becomes a different, yet delicious, taste experience than that offered by any neat pour.
We are excited to offer Tektōn as a compliment to our single origin offerings. It matches the integrity of those offerings by remaining a seasonal coffee with a transparent supply chain. We embrace the future insight and taste experiences Tektōn will provide.
Coffees from Papua New Guinea have been among the most complex and interesting we’ve sourced since opening in 2013. While timing this year hasn’t led to featuring a Papua New Guinea coffee for a single origin spot (at least not yet), we were excited to taste some coffees that would work for Tektōn. Forty percent of this version of Tektōn is grown by small-holders of the Tsekaka people near Banz, Jiwaka in Papua New Guinea. Its citrusy, earthy, and savory qualities add a nice dynamic to the blend. The remaining 60% of the blend is made up of our San Pedro Necta lot from Huehuetenango, Guatemala. Its pie-crust and brown sugar qualities provide a solid platform and roundness to the cup.
Team taste notes: brown sugar, brown spice, black tea, malt, cherry, berries
PENROSE (named after the triangle) is our “house” espresso. We feel the perfect espresso is an impossible goal, but we still strive to create it. PENROSE is our ever-updated offering in the quest for the perfect espresso. While the seasonal components at times may be single-origin, and at others a blend, it is always perfect for your hopper.
PENROSE also does well in the brewer – look for notes of lasting sweetness and heavy body, with a subdued acidity.
We could probably dub version 21 “origin legends” as the coffees both come from famous and long-established coffee producers. The majority of the blend is from Coopedota in Tarrazu, Costa Rica. Supplying some intense, fruity sweetness is a natural process coffee from the Koke station near Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia. Expect balanced sweetness, some subtle fruit, and big body.
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