Hiking in our backyard woods as children always led us to some big adventures. My sister would pick berries along the trails we've created and savor every fruity berry that she could find. We've done the same with our new roast Cherry Child. We've selected beans from Huehuetenango, Guatemala to pair with our new fruity flavor. So grab your hiking boots and your French Press, and take Cherry Child out on the trails.
Your purchase supports coffee producers in Huehuetenango, Guatemala and their families. In addition, we also donate to the School of Hope, which serves students in Huehuetenango by offering a quality bilingual education.
In order to keep your coffee as fresh as possible, make sure you keep your beans away from coffee's four main enemies: air, moisture, heat, and light. Preferably, keep your coffee in an air-tight container, but out of light. We know our beans are pretty, but keeping the beans in an opaque container will prolong their shelf life. Do not put your beans in a cabinet above the stove, or in an area that receives strong sunlight. Lastly, do not put your beans in the freezer. We follow the rule of wherever we would be comfortable, there our beans will be comfortable too. Follow these tips and your coffee will taste great for an extended amount of time!