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Resident Coffee Roasters is located in Gainesville, FL.

Both coffees are just on the brink of a Medium Roast to achieve maximum sweetness.


A LOVE LETTER TO GAINESVILLE: in collaboration with True Community Foundation and Resident Coffee Roasters.

Tastes Like: Vanilla, Caramelized Sugar, and Chocolate

True Community Foundation is working with the Board of Education within 20 states to eliminate debts and problems surrounding food insecurity for 160,000 students. We have partnered with TCF to raise funds to directly support our local Gainesville youth.

$5 From Each Bag Sold Goes To TCF’s Local Fund

You can find more about what TCF is doing and how you can help on their website — truecommunity.foundation

A seasonal coffee from:

  • Producer: Alex Sandro Silva Santana
  • Region: Piatã, Chapada Diamantina, Bahia, Brazil
  • Elevation Grown: 1500-1950 meters
  • Varietal: Red Catuaí
  • Process: Pulped Natural

PERU VALLE DEL RIO MAPACHO COMMUNITY LOT:

Tastes Like: Chocolate Milk, Figs, Molasses

The Association of Coffee Producers of the Río Mapacho Valley was founded in December of 2018. This association consists of 72 coffee producing families located in the communities of Otocani, Televan and Solan.

We’re really loving this coffee as an all around sipper. It’s incredibly creamy and chocolatey. We have really enjoyed it as a brewed filter coffee and cold brew at shop and at home.

Here’s a little history of this community—

Quechua-speaking producers, maintain the tradition of the minka (mutual aid), the ayni, practice the typical dances and ancestral customs of the Incas on June 24 (festival of the sun). 70% of the producers speak their native language Quechua and only 30% did not understand Spanish…
…They have produced coffee since 1950, where they started as laborers of the landowners. The producers migrated from the mountains of the provinces of Sicuani, Acomayo, Pitumarca, Lares. Until 2012, the producers transported coffee on mules. It was an 18 hours of walk to the province of Amparaes and it was sold to local merchants where the road reaches the main communities. But now they continue and transport the coffee to the association, which is 2 to 3 hours of walking. With the association they channel direct sales to customers abroad… With the advice of technicians work on sustainable and ecological agriculture, applying principles of climate-smart and good resilient practices…
  • Valle del Rio Mapacho, Cusco, Peru
  • Elevation Grown: 1800-2300MASL
  • Varietal: Mixed - Typica, Caturra, Catimor
  • Process: Washe


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