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Signatures Coffees by Andres Camargo

What is the signature coffee?  We decided to give a high standard to some of the coffees that we are roasting because of the origin and the story behind them.  Signature Coffees by Andres Camargo is our exclusive line of coffees, our head roaster has placed his signature on it, and that is the reason for the name. Writing his signature means high-quality coffee on your cup and a special story to highlight.   What is special about Thousand Hills? This coffee comes from Africa, Rwanda. On a worldwide scale they produce less than 0.2% of the global coffee supply, however. there are more than 450,000 farmers behind this small percentage.  Foto taken from: https://line.17qq.com/articles/hdohllcv.html Farmers in Rwanda have a full-scale...

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Where to buy our coffee?

Celebrating the doors that have opened for us. "With more than 30 cities and towns in the United States named Greenville, it's no wonder the tourism slogan for Greenville, South Carolina, is "yeah, that Greenville." Founded in 1786, that Greenville is the oldest of the group, the third-largest urban area in the state and one that is known nationally as one of the fastest-growing cities in the South. From families and foodies to cyclists and culture lovers, visitors will find an array of people, attractions and activities, many of them centered in the compact downtown district.  Start your exploration at NOMA Square – an outdoor plaza at the corner of North Main Street and Beattie Place – and see if you can spot the nine bronze...

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El Obraje, Colombian coffee beauty

  There is a lot to talk about when El Obraje shows up. It was our first coffee, that one that opened the doors to this small business and new roastery. It became our first baby LOL. This specialty single origin coffee comes from Nariño, that is one of Colombia’s 32 Departments. It shares a southern border with Ecuador and is home to thousands of smallholder coffee producing families. Colombia’s three ranges of Andean mountains converge in Nariño, presenting ideal altitudes and fertile soil for high grown Arabica production. Nariño’s particular geography and proximity to coastal and land borders have historically transformed it into a corridor for illicit trade routes, resulting in unwarranted violence against residents of remote mountain farms....

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