Fair Trade Coffees
Attic Classic Blend – $12.99 per pound
Fair Trade, Organic. La Java’s special Attic blend, roasted to a smooth finish.
Flavor: Dark, Floral, Sweet
Sumatra Gayo Mountain – $12.99 per pound
Fair Trade, Organic. Grown in Northern Sumatra, this bean produces high-quality, semi-washed coffee which creates an earthy, clean, full-bodied flavor with low acidity.
Aroma: Mild, earthy
Guatemala La Voz – $12.99 per pound
Fair Trade, Organic. La Voz Que Clame en el Desierto, or “The Voice that Cries out in the Desert,” is the name of a Guatemalan coffee co-op begun in 1977 by the indigenous Tzutuhil men and women located in the region of the Western Highlands. The Guatemalan Highlands produce some of the best and most distinctive coffees in the world. La Voz’s Arabica trees are cultivated under a rich temporal forest canopy of native vegetation. Grown at altitudes of 4,500 to 5,000 feet, the typical and bourbon varieties produce a well-balanced coffee with a distinctive smoky aroma and notes of spicy fruit.
Flavor: Medium, Spicy Fruit Notes
Honduras – $11.99 per pound
Fair Trade, Organic. RAOS is the first cooperative of small- and medium-sized organic growers in Honduras, who are committed to sustainable development: social, environmental, and economic. This is a medium roast, shade-grown coffee.
Flavor: Medium with some spicy notes
Organic Red Honey Dominican Estates – $14.99 per pound
Organic. This coffee comes from a single estate in the Jarabacoa region of the Dominican Republic. The family is extraordinarily socially conscious. They employ over 400 people; 40% of the workers are female, and many of them are Haitian migrant workers. Workers are paid approximately 300% higher wages than Fair Trade standard pay, and the estate uses a sizable portion of their profits to create sustainable gas recycling (to reduce emissions) and water filtration (to prevent river contamination), and uses fermented coffee cherries to create natural gas (to power their operation). The family also donates computers and books to many of the local schools.
Flavor: Nutty, Buttery Notes
Aroma: Sweet, Nutty
Mexico Chiapas Decaf – $13.99 per pound
Fair Trade, Organic. This hard bean, washed coffee comes from the Sierra Madre region in southern Mexico. This region is characterized by poor infrastructure, unemployment, and a low life expectancy. In response to these adversities, community and church leaders founded the cooperative ISMAM in 1986. All of ISMAM’s coffee is grown at high altitudes ranging from 4,800-5,400 feet. They have been accredited as Shade Grown coffee and Migratory Bird friendly.
Aroma: Bright, Clean
Peru La Florida Decaf – $13.99 per pound
Fair Trade, Organic. This hard bean, washed coffee is grown at an altitude of 4,500 feet and is a European preparation. Characterized by an excellent aroma and good body with a sound, sweet cup. It can be enjoyed as a straight varietal or used to enhance any blend. Migratory Bird friendly.
Bourbon Whiskey Barrel-Aged – $10.00 per half pound
Bourbon barrel-aged coffee is produced by rolling the green beans once in a barrel used for aging bourbon whiskey. The beans are then roasted. The resulting coffee is a smooth brew with flavor notes picked up from the bourbon whiskey barrel.
Flavored Blends – $11.99 per pound
The Attic is pleased to offer a selection of La Java’s special flavored coffee. We brew a different flavor daily, and provide these flavors for sale in bulk. Options include Bourbon Pecan Torte, Hazelnut, Highlander Grogg, Irish Cream, Pumpkin Spice (seasonal), Toasted Almond, Turtle, Vanilla Nut Cream, and Vermont Maple.