We have been low on stock for the last 2 months. This is because coffee is mostly harvested once a year in most coffee producing countries and we sold a bit more coffee than expected in 2013. The harvest was also a bit later in both Kenya and Colombia and shipping and logistics have been a pain in the neck this year. I promise that we are getting some very exciting coffees this year as the quality from most of the producers we work with has improved from last years harvest. This is due to rain patterns, better processing, etc. We have already launched a new and delicious coffee from Agaro, Ethiopia this week. It is from a cooperative called Duromina. This was my favorite coffee from Ethiopia this year and hopefully you will like it too. It is an intense coffee with flavors of red berries, citrus and flowers. A really interesting and complex flavor profile. For more information go here. We also received coffee from Hunkute that will be launched next week. I am sorry for the delay, but we were not happy with the test roasts we did of it so we need to run some further test before we start selling it. While you are waiting we recommend trying the Hunkute Red Ale we made with Grünerløkka Brygghus. You can try it at their pub in Thorvald Meyersgate. The third coffee that just came in today is from Finca Tamana. We will start selling it next week as we need to do some test roasts of it first. This coffee was harvested late December 2013 to early January 2014. The coffee from my recent trip will be for sale this fall.
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