Victrola, Victrola, how does your garden grow? This silky roast carries a burst of fresh garden flavor with pungent notes of basil, anise, and spice, with a clean finish of toasty caraway seed. A spicy, savory Latin American cup: a perfect pairing for your veggie omelet (or with a spicy bloody mary!).
Back in April, we traveled down to Nicaragua to visit Beneficio Las Segovias and cup coffees from the new harvest. Beneficio Las Segovias is a renowned dry mill in Ocotal, Nueva Segovia that we have worked with for a number of years. In this roast, you’ll notice aromas of concord grape juice, anise, pepper and various chai spices. In the cup the grape juice note becomes sweet grape jelly. Basil, cinnamon and a complex bouquet of spices carry the brew’s initial flavor. Freshly baked rye bread and molasses draw this silky smooth coffee through a crisply clean finish.