MadCap Coffee Company

Roaster
MadCap Coffee Company
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Producer
Growers of Occicafe
Origin
La Plata, Huila, Colombia
Varieties
Caturra, Bourbon
Elevation
1500-1900
Meters Above Sea Level
Process
Washed
Our Notes
A round cherry acidity carries through a cup replete with flavors of almond, brown sugar and golden raisin, a syrupy body, and a sweet, lingering finish.

Like an all-star team, this coffee combines distinctive parts to yield an extraordinary whole. Typically, coffee roasters do not participate in separating out coffee lots on the farm. But this is not your typical coffee. MADCAP Coffee Company evaluated nearly 1,000 lots from the Growers of Occicafe. They selected only the 30 best for this clean, multifaceted brew. Our first taste was a wave of cherry juice with a tartness reminiscent of a cherry jolly rancher. That round cherry acidity carries through a cup replete with flavors of almond, brown sugar and golden raisin, a syrupy body, and a sweet, lingering finish.

Roaster
MadCap Coffee Company
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Producer
Gacokwe Washing Station/Cooperative
Origin
Kayanza, Burundi
Varieties
Bourbon, Jackson, Mibirzi
Elevation
1,650
Meters Above Sea Level
Process
Fully washed and dried on raised beds
Our Notes
Striking lime and stone fruit acidity introduces distinct flavors of blackcurrant, a syrupy body, and a lime zest finish.

Not only does great coffee improve your morning, it can improve the lives of producers. That’s certainly the case in Burundi, a small African country south of Rwanda where coffee is the main export. Over the past five years, the growing premium coffee market has revitalized the region, particularly in Kayanza, where the Gacokwe Cooperative works with more than 1,700 small producers. Our first-ever featured Burundian brew is expertly roasted by MadCap Coffee Company to bring out its bold flavors: striking lime and stone fruit acidity introduces distinct flavors of blackcurrant, a syrupy body, and a lime zest finish.

Roaster
MadCap Coffee Company
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Producer
Las Aguas Altas, farmed by Gabino Mendez Garcia
Origin
San Pedro Necta, Huehuetenango, Guatemala
Varieties
Pache, Cattura, Catimor and Bourbon
Elevation
1,720
Meters Above Sea Level
Process
Washed and dried on covered patios
Our Notes
This coffee superbly balances a prominent red grape acidity with a peanut-buttery sweetness and a round, full body.
Roaster
MadCap Coffee Company
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Producer
Didier Reinoso of San Isidro
Origin
Las Mercedes, Herrera, Tolima, Colombia
Varieties
Caturra
Elevation
1,700-1,850
Meters Above Sea Level
Process
Washed and dried on covered patios
Our Notes
Beautiful fragrance of tropical fruit with a tart finish that sweetens to bittersweet chocolate as it cools.

Colombian coffee crops have been devastated by unrelenting weather and punishing floods. Which makes this coffee, a Caturra varietal grown by Didier Reinoso on a small farm in the mountains of Las Mercedes, Herrera at an elevation of 1700-1850 meters--where he also grows avocados, plantains, yucas and herbs--all the more exceptional. The first thing that hits you is the beautiful fragrance of tropical fruit. The finish is tart--this is a “juicy” coffee defined. As it cools, it sweetens to bittersweet chocolate. Washed and dried on covered patios, it’s roasted by MadCap Coffee Company in Grand Rapids, Michigan, who loves this coffee as much we do: They bought the entire lot to offer it exclusively. And we’re very happy to bring it to you.