26 Feb '13, 6pm

Current Single Origin Offerings: Kangocho Kenya, Agua Preta Brazil, Tres Santos Colombia, and Ljulu Lipati Zambia...

Current Single Origin Offerings: Kangocho Kenya, Agua Preta Brazil, Tres Santos Colombia, and Ljulu Lipati Zambia...

Coffees designated as Intelligentsia In Season™ are less than 9 calendar months from the completion of harvest. Coffee is just like great fruit and vegetables. Most coffee-producing countries have only one specific harvest season each year, and once the coffee is picked from the tree, it begins the inevitable process of slow decline, losing quality with the passage of time. The result is that no matter how great a coffee tastes while in its prime, the day will always come when it loses the very things that made it so tasty in the first place. What then does Intelligentsia In Season™ mean? It means that our coffees are offered only while they are fresh and retain the vibrancy that both nature and the fastidious coffee farmer intended. It means that the coffee offers the same kind of compelling traits it did when we first selected it and brought it to our Roasting Works. The...

Full article: http://www.intelligentsiacoffee.com/content/in-season#.US...

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Zambia Peaberry:

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intelligentsiacoffee.com 16 Feb '13, 4pm

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coffeereview.com 24 Feb '13, 12am

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theroasterie.com 22 Feb '13, 9pm

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Kenya, Feb 2013: 2

Kenya, Feb 2013: 2

squaremileblog.com 17 Feb '13, 9pm

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