28 Mar '14, 3pm

Check out my review of @TanagerCoffee's Kiang’ombe Kabare, Kenya. Packing quite the punch and so delicious.

Check out my review of @TanagerCoffee's Kiang’ombe Kabare, Kenya. Packing quite the punch and so delicious.

The story of the Tanager has inspired us to look at roasting coffee in a different light. We must be committed to investing in our neighborhood and city as well as the regions where our coffee is grown. As roasters, we are first and foremost, storytellers. It is our responsibility to tell the story of where and how the coffee was grown and more importantly, who grew that coffee, to our community of customers. It is also important to tell the story of our customers to the farmers so that they in turn can be proud of their product and also develop their growing practices to continue to produce excellent coffee. ~ Tanager Coffee

Full article: http://thecoffeeadventures.com/post/80978440052/tanager-c...

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