Métis are the people who traveled and opened the waterways across Turtle Island. They were the Wood Runners (Coureur des Bois), the voyageurs, the paddlers, intrepid explorers and translators.
A blend of Guatemalan and Ethiopian coffee.
The Guatemalan is from a co-op called Asobagri in Huehuetenango department in northern Guatemala. The majority of the co-op members are descendants of the Maya people. The coffee of this region has deep chocolate and roasted almond notes with mild citrus fruit and berry notes. Coffee is bought directly from Asobagri.
The Ethiopian coffee is from the Sidamo region of Ethiopia from a co-op called Oromia Coffee Farmers Co-operative Union. The Union is comprised of over 200 different co-ops and represents over 200,000 farmer members. It is one of the largest coffee co-ops in the world. Ethiopian coffee has a pronounced but sweet acidity with a lot of citrus fruit, jasmine blossom, and tea like qualities. It is one of the most unique-tasting coffees in the world. Coffee actually originated in the forests of Ethiopia.
340 g / 12 oz