When Chris and Amy moved to the "bright side of the Bay" to raise their family, they saw a need for a community coffeehouse like the one Chris' dad opened in 1989 on Potrero Hill. Even during the depths of the recession, the community quickly embraced Farley's East as a place of belonging, where everyone is welcome.
This blend was developed to appeal to modern coffee-drinkers while also being easy to sip with its bright, sweet flavor and mild acidity. It can be used for drip, pour over and as espresso.
Blend makeup: 50% Guatemala Hueheutenengo, 25% Brazil Minas Pulped Natural, 25% Ethiopia Yirgacheffe.