Our Farms

Colombia

NAME: “SILVIA”

Region: Antioquia
Producer: Accresco Farms
Farm: Arabia - El Mirador
Process: Washed
Variety: Castillo
Elevation: 1600-1850
Importer: Accresco Imports
Tasting Notes: Chocolate, Citrus Acidity, Nutty

A SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP

Accresco S.A.S is a family business dedicated to agriculture in the town of Salgar. Spanning five generations, they name their beans after members of the Maya family. They are passionate about coffee, and are highly involved in every step of the bean-to-cup process.

Not only have we committed to buying coffee from Accresco Farms, Solid Coffee Roasters has invested money directly into infrastructure improvements at origin, and supported the growth of Accresco Imports here in the States. We are proud to have that extra level of investment and very simply believe it is the right step for us in our pursuit of sustainability and transparency.


BRAZIL

NAME: “PAUBRASIL”

Region: Cerrado Mineiro DO
Producer: Cerrado Mineiro Designation of Origin accredited producers
Farm: Cerrado Mineiro Designation of Origin accredited farms
Process: Natural
Variety: Catuai
Elevation: 1100 meters
Importer: Ally Coffee
Tasting Notes: Dried Cherry, Almond, Dark Chocolate

Paubrasil is named for Brazil’s national tree and exemplifies the consistent quality created by Brazil’s seasoned farmers.

The Cerrado Mineiro Region is a world recognized high quality coffee producing origin - the first “Designation of Origin” in Brazil, located northwest of Minas Gerais State.

Having well-defined seasons - a hot, wet summer and a pleasantly dry winter - is a strong characteristic of the region.


ETHIOPIA

NAME: “KOKE”

Region: Yirgacheffe
Producer: Contributors to Koke Washing Station
Farm: Smallholder farms
Process: Honey
Variety: Kurume, Dega, Wolisho
Elevation: 1800 Meters
Importer: Ally Coffee
Tasting Notes: Jasmine, Peach, Blueberry, Coconut

Literally translated as “Land of Many Springs,” Yirgacheffe has the ideal topography, elevation, and water sources to produce and process exceptional coffees.

The Koke Honey process begins with coffee dried for two days in cherries, as in the Natural Process. Cherries are then depulped and dried on Koke’s 89 raised beds for 18-21 days.

96 small scale farmers provided cherries to Koke this harvest, most of them multi-generational family farmers.


GUATEMALA

NAME: “CEIBA”

Region: Huehuetenango
Producer: Smallholder Producers
Farm: Smallholder Farms
Process: Washed
Variety: Caturra, Bourbon, Typica, Catuai, Catimor, Sarchimor, Pache, Pacamara
Elevation: 1500 Meters
Importers: Ally Coffee
Tasting Notes: Cherry, Apricot, Creamy, Chocolate

This Ceiba is named after Guatemala’s national tree, which symbolized the connection between land and sky.

Thanks to the elevation and varied microclimates of this mountainous region, coffee from Huehuetenango is well known worldwide for its bright and crisp acidity.

The cup profile boasts a rich floral and berry aroma and is full of chocolate, lemon, and raspberry, with a creamy body thanks to the specific Huehuetenango terroir.