Lanna Coffee Company // Artisan Roast

Lanna Coffee’s story can be traced back over 55 years to Richard and Marlene Mann who are considered Thailand’s coffee pioneers. Richard and Marlene came to Thailand in 1959 with the goal of seeing Thai highland villages become self-sustainable and free from the oppression of the drug cartels and human traffickers that inhabited the area. The… Read More Lanna Coffee Company // Artisan Roast

PERC Coffee // Colombia Las Brisas

Colombia Las Brisas is grown by nine farmers in the municipality of Rioblanco, in the southwestern-most tip of Colombia’s Tolima Department. Coffee is grown throughout Colombia, but all of Huckleberry’s offerings of the past year have come from the Southwestern area of the country. Colombia is one of the few coffee-growing countries with two harvests, and… Read More PERC Coffee // Colombia Las Brisas

Craft Coffee // Rwanda Rulindo Cocatu Cooperative

Cocatu Cooperative is a group located in the area of Tumba town, in the mountainous Rulindo district, Northern Rwanda. Located at 1820 meters, the coop actually draws coffee from the surrounding hills of 2000+ meters. Cocatu Cooperative is one of the surviving cooperatives from a time when many were formed but few truly prospered. The problem… Read More Craft Coffee // Rwanda Rulindo Cocatu Cooperative

Spotted Cow Coffee Company // Ethiopia Chelelektu

Buying from Ethiopia continues to be a challenge. The cupping table always shows some amazing coffees; however, buying through the Ethiopian Commodity Exchange continues to be difficult for buyers who require some traceability or back story with the coffees they’re interested in. So, you have to become a sort of detective tracking down that sort of… Read More Spotted Cow Coffee Company // Ethiopia Chelelektu