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2019 Coffee Review TOP-RATED COFFEES (94+ POINTS)

2019 Coffee Review TOP-RATED COFFEES (94+ POINTS)

We have four 94+ POINT coffees out of the 901 coffees and espressos that earned an outstanding score of 94 points or higher. Ron Walters of Coffee Review:“Coffee Review‘s mission is to help consumers identify and purchase superior quality coffees and, in the process, help drive demand and increase prices to reward farmer

2020 Good Food Awards Finalist | Colombia Finca La Maria Geisha Natural

2020 Good Food Awards Finalist | Colombia Finca La Maria Geisha Natural

We are thrilled to be nominated as a Finalist for 2020 Good Food Awards, our Colombia Finca La Maria Geisha Natural single origin drip coffee

2020 Finalists:  Selected from 1,835 entries to the 10th annual Good Food Awards, these 403 products represent 42 states and have passed vetting for category-specific sustainability standards. Klatch Coffee is one of 27 Coffee competitors, 16 categories.

Cupping 101

Cupping 101

How do we develop the flavors of our coffees? How are coffee flavors determined? These are just some of the questions we'll answer here today. Cupping steps to flavors: Cupping is a process Klatch Coffee does to determine our coffee offerings and flavor notes for chosen coffees.

What's Your Flavor?

What's Your Flavor?

How do we come up with flavors? It isn't a quick process. First we start with roasting and cupping the coffee. This will involve multiple cuppings. For cupping, Klatch uses the SCA Flavor wheel and Counter Culture Flavor Wheel to determine the flavor notes. We feel that providing flavor notes will help to identify flavor

Klatch Coffee Elida Geisha Green Tip Natural

Klatch Coffee Elida Geisha Green Tip Natural

Klatch Coffee -- 

the Southern California-based specialty coffee roaster whose $75 cup of coffee made headlines earlier this year – has purchased Best of Panama 2019 winner, the Elida Geisha 1029, for $1,029 per pound.

All About Natural Processing

All About Natural Processing

Processing coffee involves converting the raw fruit of the coffee plant into the coffee drink. The coffee cherry has the fruit or pulp removed leaving the seed or bean which is then dried. While all green coffee is processed, the method that is used varies and can have a significant effect on the flavor of roasted and brewed coffee.
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