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When you fill out the form be sure to let us know which 3 of the following coffees you want: Eskapee (Mexico FTO Women Producers), Mystery DH (Guatemala Cubulco), Boondocker (Colombia Santander), Bike Park Blend (Guatemala + Colombia), Fire Hydrant (Honduras Guama Danta Reserve. and Trail Builders Blend (Honduras + Colombia).
Since our single origin coffees and blends are named after trails and other bike-related things (like bike parks), we thought that we would help you in the selection process by introducing these coffees to you.
This is the trail of choice for Loam Coffee rider Thomas Shaw. Located on the north shore in North Vancouver, BC this as classic of a north shore trail as you can get! It is an eroded, fast fall line trail used mostly by DH riders craving more speed than the shore generally has to offer and racers for good DH training.
Country: Guatemala. Region: Located in central Guatemala, Cubulco is situated near the Sierra de las Minas and Sierra de Chuacus mountain ranges. Moist clay soil and a rainy and temperate-to-cold climate help the cherries mature slowly and develop the coffee’s signature notes of milk chocolate, citrus and hazelnut. Cubulco is part of the department of Baja Verapaz, a region with improving living conditions and a high percentage of indigenous peoples, who are descendants of the Achi ethnic group. The area’s coffee producers are smallholders who use traditional agricultural practices and operate their own wet mills.
Farm: Five farms were the main contributors to this coffee: Las Anonas, Las Naranjas, La Esperanza, Grano de Oro and Finca las Piedras. Varietals: Catuai, Pache-San Ramon, Sarchimor, Bourbon, Caturra. Notes: Milk chocolate, oranges, roasted almond. Body: Smooth. Acidity: Crisp. Elevation: 1600-1800m. Processing: washed, sun dried. Harvest Time: January–February 2017. Roast Profile: light.
“Coffee production is relatively new in Cubulco, yet quality is high. Coffee production and wet processing are improving day by day, given the region'shighly receptive and proactive producers. This lot was selected because of its high-quality cup profile, proactive community of producers, appropriate weather, virgin soil and incredible variety of microclimatic conditions.”
This is the local go-to trail in Revelstoke, BC for Loam Coffee rider Justin Hodgson. Boondocker is moderately technical with lots of roots and turns and loamy dirt that might get stuck on your goggles. Watch out for the Hot Dog Hallway jumps which get progressively larger as you descend. Make some noise when you drop-in!
Country: Colombia. Region: Santander is in the northeast of Colombia. Its land is divided into two large geographical regions. To the west is the Magdalena River Valley — a mostly flat area with an average temperature of 84°F. The eastern side is home to the mountainous region of the eastern cordillera (a mountain range) and the spectacular Chicamocha Canyon. It is one of the most important tourist places in the department, along with the flora and fauna sanctuary Guanentá and the Afrodita waterfall.
Farm: Over 40 smallholder farmers. Varietals: Caturra, Colombia. Notes: Brown sugar, dried cherry, almond, milk chocolate. Body: Creamy. Acidity: Balanced. Elevation: 1400-1700m. Processing: fully washed. Roast Profile: light.
Bike parks are an integral part of the mountain biking scene. From world-class sites like Whistler in British Columbia to Rotorua in New Zealand (and everything in between) there is no other experience like days on end of lift-assisted runs, big air, cramped hands, sketchy rocky lines, massive berms, drops, smiles, high-fives, whoops, and crashes ... this is what bike parks are all about. Instead of naming this coffee blend after one particular trail or park we wanted to dedicate it to all bike parks out there. Thank you for being rad.
The Bike Park Blend consists of 50% Guatemala Cubulco + 50% Colombia Santander. See descriptions above.
Loam Coffee Team Rider Kerstin Holster is a Portland-based pro downhill racer. One of her favorite DH trails in the area (there are many rad ones to choose from) is Fire Hydrant up at Skibowl on Mt. Hood. According to the MTB Project the "Fire Hydrant Trail begins with a pedally split off of Gnar-Gnar before hooking a right into a short but enjoyably rough rock garden. The rest of the trail is made up of rapid sweeping berms with the occasional rougher section."
Country: Honduras. Region: Guama Danta has well-defined wet and dry seasons, contributing to proper flowering and fruit development. Although transporting coffee to drying stations often becomes challenging during rainy days, the producers have banded together to install solar dryers to ensure their coffees dry uniformly and that quality remains high. In this region, Volcafe holds the highest concentration of single producers delivering coffee to its warehouse in Comayagua. Facilities, warehouses and drying stations have all been adapted to assist producers of specialty coffee.
Producer: 87 farms contributed to this community lot, most farms are between 2-3 hectares. Varietals: Lempiras, Caturra, Catuai, IHCAFE 90, Catimor. Notes: Cherry, candied limes, baking spice. Body: Creamy. Acidity: Bright. Elevation: 1500-1700m. Processing: washed. Roast Profile: light.
"Guama Danta brings balance to the palate. It has a consistent and solid combination of fruity flavors, with a silky body and spiked acidity. With each of the 87 producers adding their own ‘spice’ to the lot, the complexity and richness of flavor shines. The brown sugar, vanilla and strong, balanced body make this lot an all-time favorite.”
You've heard of the adage "no dig, no ride." Trails don't get built by themselves. Sure, in times past mountain bikers used to ride old cattle or horse trails which would eventually become designated mountain bike trails but they are a far cry from the meticulously hand-crafted (and machine-crafted) trails of today. There has never been a better time to be a mountain biker than right now. As much of that is related to technological advancements in the bike industry the same can be said for trail building (and maintenance) techniques. So we wanted to dedicate a coffee to all of you who spend endless hours shoveling, digging, smoothing, and raking our trails. Thank you.
The Trail Builders Blend consists of 50% Honduras Guama Danta Reserve+ 50% Colombia Santander. See descriptions above.
You're out on the trails with a bunch of friends. You've reach the top of the climb and the fresh smell of a golden sunrise hits your nose. It's a cool fresh morning and the silence of nature is all around. Deer are rustling in the distance and birds chirp above you as they wake for their day. You're about to drop into one of the best descents you've ever experience and everything is all about that moment. But first, relax, and make a brew of Eskapee and share it around.
Country: Mexico. Region: Tapachula, Chiapas. Certification: Fair Trade, USDA Organic.
Farm: GRAPOS or Grupo de Asesores de Producción Orgánica y Sustentable S.C. is a group of coffee producers in the state of Chiapas in the southern Mexico in an area that borders la Biósfera del Triunfo or Triunfo Biosphere Reserve, from which Café Imports has also purchased coffee. GRAPOS was formed in 2007 and consisted of 90 member farmers. In 2016, the group now includes 3,253 member farmers and covers an area including the microregions of Soconusco, Siltepec, Porvenir and Tapachula within Chiapas. Coffee from GRAPOS is cultivated on approximately 5,560 hectares and has an altitude range of 900 – 1600 masl. The harvest season is from November to March.
Members of GRAPOS are mainly smallholder farmers with an average of 3 hectares of land. There are multiple coffee varieties grown including Tipica, Bourbon, Caturra, Mondo Novo and Catuaí. On average the coffee trees are 10 – 20 years old and annual production is equivalent to 0.5 metric tons (MT) of green coffee. GRAPOS is certified Fair Trade and Organic. Additionally, GRAPOS provides essential services to its members including access to finance, technical assistance and community development programs. Other economic activities of the group include mainly agriculture production of banana, squash, corn, black beans, cocoa and rambutan (a tropical tree that produces fruit of the same name). Members and their families also make handmade textiles for additional sources of income.
Varietals: Tipica, Bourbon, Caturra, Mondo Novo, Catuaí. Notes: Sweet, clean and tart with toffee and lemon. Elevation: 900 - 1600m. Processing: Fully washed. Roast Profile: light.