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Here’s to Corners of the Mouth! Thank you for serving Thanksgiving Coffee to your customers for over 45 years!
Part II of our Coffee Tips series: Learn how to brew an excellent cup of coffee using various brewing methods from stovetop espresso to cold brew.
Bekele Heto coffee is grown on a 38-acre farm near the town of Worka-Sakaro. This legendary coffee-growing region is tucked in the south-eastern corner of the coveted Gedeo Zone. This area is known for producing unbelievably sweet, and some of the most fragrant coffees in all of Ethiopia.
This month we’re sharing our Delicious Peace medium roast, grown in Mbale, Uganda by the Naminyoni Cooperative.
Part I: First, we’re going back to the basics. Learn some of the crucial preparation steps before you choose which brewing method is best for you.
Share your love of Thanksgiving Coffee with friends and family.
This month we’re sharing our Sumatran medium roast, grown in the Takengon Highlands by ASKOGO Cooperative.
We are the story makers for our future.The Bee Bold Alliance (BBA) tells a vibrant tale of World renewal. Like the exploratory mycelium, the BBA reaches out and connects diverse aspects of our community to link into the same wisdom stream. This...
Located in the temperate climate and mountainous terrain of southwest Antoquia, Finca las Mercedes has the perfect altitude and climate for producing excellent quality coffee as well as playing host to a diversity of native flora and fauna.
Grinding coffee at home is an excellent way to improve your coffee experience. The fresher your coffee is when you brew it, the better it is going to taste. To help you get the most flavor out of your coffee beans, this post will cover a variety of methods to show how anyone can grind their own coffee at home.
With four generations of this legendary coffee farm, the Corrales Family has had plenty of time to perfect their growing techniques and that is evident in the first sip.
This month, we’re sharing our Guatemala Guaya’b Light Roast with you, grown by the Guaya’b Cooperative in Guatemala.
“Thanksgiving Coffee is a great company to work for” For as long as I can remember these words have reverberated through the Mendocino community. Rotary heard it too and Thanksgiving Coffee Company was awarded the Rotary District 5130 Ethics in Business Award for 2021.
We know it can be challenging when you’re in the grocery store trying to decide which coffee to buy. How do you know if you’ll like the one you choose? There’s no simple answer to that – everyone’s palate is unique and you may have to try out various coffees before you find “the one”.
This month, we’re sharing our Byron’s Maracaturra Washed with you, grown by Los Piños Farm in Nicaragua.
Finca el Limoncito is a family-owned and managed farm located in the heart of the Colombian central mountain range. Their main objective is to offer a variety of agricultural and livestock products.
A momentous action for gender equality and economic justice came into being and called to mind the roots of fair trade. Thanksgiving Coffee Company had the privilege of being at its epicenter eight years ago.
Here’s to the MacCallum House! Thank you for serving Thanksgiving Coffee to your guests for over 45 years!
The combination of high altitude, plentiful sunshine, unique – indigenous heirloom – varieties and an abundance of local knowledge all contribute to a cup profile characterized by clean, citric acidity, sweet chocolate notes, and floral notes.
This month, we’re sharing our Nicaraguan Flor de Jinotega with you, grown by the SOPPEXCCA Cooperative.
We were so impressed by this beautiful Tanzanian peaberry coffee that we ordered a fresh lot, just for you, for a limited time.
This month, we’re sharing our Costa Rica Las Lajas with you, grown and honey processed by Beneficio Las Lajas in Central Costa Rica.
Thanksgiving Coffee Company has quite literally grown up in the redwoods. More than 50 years ago, the redwood forest, rivers and ocean are what drew us to the Mendocino Coast. We live and work near beautiful trails, winding green rivers, and giant trees – some here for generations longer than we. Once again, these forests are under threat, so we’ve partnered with Mendocino Trail Stewards on a cause coffee to support their conservation efforts.
This month, we’re sharing our Ethiopia Yirgacheffe with you, grown and processed by the Worka Cooperative.
Jacob’s selection this month is a medium roast from the Sara Até Cooperative in Sumatra. By roasting the Sara Até to a medium roast level, he coaxed out a rich, full body, and discovered a maple syrup sweetness and a lingering complex finish.
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