Coffee Program

Lefty’s

House Blend

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Taste Notes: Nutty, sugar cane, balanced. Components: Nicaragua, Finca, La Isabelia (washed) & Honduras, Comsa (washed). Varietals Blended. Roast Level Medium

Lefty’s

Espresso Blend

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Taste Notes: Balanced, cocoa, candied orange. Components: Nicaragua, Finca, La Isabelia (washed) & Honduras, Comsa (washed). Varietals Blended. Roast Level Dark

Lefty’s

Decaf

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Taste Notes: Medium body, creamy, nutty. Components: Single Origin Organic - Peru. Washed. Varietals Blended. Roast level Medium

Lefty’s

Specials

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 Malawi Organic Coffee


Taste Notes: Tamarind, fig, cacao nib. Origin - Mzuzu Cooperative. Washed. Varietals Catimor, Caturra, Gesha, Agaro. Roast Level Medium 

Nicaragua Finca La Isabelia

SINGLE ORIGIN, ORGANIC

Our Nicaragua Organic Jinotega coffee from Finca La Isabelia Los Cipreces is produced by a produced by a family of multi-generation farmers located in the heart of the Jinotega Department, approximately 9 miles northeast of the department’s capital in the picturesque Cordillera Isabella mountains. The Cordillera range cuts through the center of Jinotega, claiming several peaks, a majority of the country’s hiking trails and a large number of small coffee plantations. Finca La Isabelia, the farm that produces this Nicaragua Organic Jinotega coffee takes immense pride in each phase of production, taking their variety of bourbon, caturra, catuaí and catimor trees from cherry to final export. Their soil consists of clay and volcanic ash, and at an elevation of 4,200 ft a natural shade canopy provides cover from excessive sun. This lot of Nicaragua Organic Jinotega coffee is handpicked, washed, sun dried, graded microlot and Smithsonian Bird certified.

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TASTE NOTES

Dark chocolate, orange twist, jam

PROCESS

Washed

ELEVATION

1300 meters above sea level

REGION

Department of Jinotega

VARIETALS

Bourbon, Caturra, Caturrai, Catimor

ROAST LEVEL

3/6

Honduras, Comsa

SINGLE ORIGIN, ORGANIC

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TASTE NOTES

Milk chocolate, fermented berries, juicy

PROCESS

Natural

ELEVATION

1300 - 1500 meters above sea level

REGION

Marcala, La Paz

VARIETALS

Bourbon, Caturai, Typica

ROAST LEVEL

2/6

COMSA is a coffee producer society based in Marcala, La Paz, Honduras that proposes economic, social, and environmental objectives as a strategy to reduce poverty and to promote sustainable development. Founded in 2001 with 7000 lempiras ($300 USD) of social capital, COMSA grew out of an initiative of the Rural Business Development Foundation (FUNDER). Sixty producers in Marcala (12 women, 48 men) came together as the founding members of COMSA with the goal of directly exporting their coffee production. In 2018, COMSA has grown to have more than 1200 farmer members.

Peru, Decaf

SINGLE ORIGIN, ORGANIC

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TASTE NOTES

Medium body, creamy, nutty

PROCESS

Fully washed, FTO Swiss Water Process

ELEVATION

1200 to 1600 meters above sea level

REGION

Smallholder farmers in Peru

VARIETALS

Bourbon, Catimor, Caturra, Typica, Pache

ROAST LEVEL

4/6

Smallholders across Peru's mountainous landscapes organically farm coffee on plots that are typically less than 1 hectare. The warm days and cool nights from their farms' locations at 1,200 to 1,600 meters above sea level, creates ideal conditions for growing dense, sweet beans.

MALAWI, MZUZU COOPERATIVE ORGANIC

BATCH BREW DRIP COFFEE

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TASTE NOTES

Tamarind, fig, cacao nib

PROCESS

Washed

ELEVATION

1200 - 2000 meters above sea level

REGION

Chipita

VARIETALS

Catimor, Caturra, Gesha, Agaro

ROAST LEVEL

2/6

Mzuzu Coffee Planters Cooperative Union was established in 1999 when the coffee sector was liberalized in Malawi. In 2006 under a large European-Union backed project, the cooperative expanded and built many of its 61 CPUs (Centralized Processing Units/Washing Stations) as well as a centralized dry mill in Mzuzu town for hulling, processing, and export. Mzuzu has dominated the specialty coffee scene in Malawi and is one of the country’s only coffee cooperatives. Mzuzu members have also gone gender-equity training and GALS workshops, and promote women-produced coffee.

 

Contact US

CALL: 805 691 9623

EMAIL: INFO@LEFTYSCOFFEECO.COM

Lefty’s Coffee Co.

2896 San Marcos Avenue - Los Olivos, CA 93441

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