OQ Coffee Co.

Roaster
OQ Coffee Co.
New Brunswick, New Jersey
Producer
Various Smallholders
Origin
Ethiopia
Varieties
Mixed Heirloom
Elevation
1,850-2,100
Meters Above Sea Level
Process
Washed
Our Notes
Rich caramel notes unfold into a full bodied mouthfeel with earthy flavors of oak and roasted almonds rounded out by the sweetness of toffee and brown sugar.
Roaster
OQ Coffee Co.
New Brunswick, New Jersey
Producer
Reko Station
Origin
Kochere, Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia
Varieties
Mixed Heirloom
Elevation
1,850-2,100
Meters Above Sea Level
Process
Washed
Our Notes
A nose of peach, lemon rind, and jasmine green tea introduces a lively Ethiopian that balances smooth bergamot and sweet cherry flavors with the refreshing bitterness of grapefruit and orange marmalade.
Roaster
OQ Coffee Co.
New Brunswick, New Jersey
Producer
Various Smallholders
Origin
Gelana Abaya, Ethiopia
Varieties
Heirloom (Ethiopian)
Elevation
1800
Meters Above Sea Level
Process
Natural processed
Our Notes
This is a truly special natural. It’s juicy, bright, and articulate with a pretty complex acidity and clear notes of blueberry, lemon, and jasmine. This sweet coffee would make a great finish to a meal or delectable treat.

Highland Park is lucky to have OQ Coffee in town for more reasons than just the great coffee. The New Jersey roasting company, which recently relocated to Highland Park from New Brunswick, is devoted to nurturing the community around it. In addition to providing a lively cafe to bring people together, OQ aims to educate its patrons and neighbors about roasting coffee and selling locally. The company even offers grants to support social justice projects in the community. This Ethiopian brew, which comes from Gelana Abaya, is juicy, bright, and articulate, with a complex acidity and clear notes of blueberry, lemon, and jasmine.

Roaster
OQ Coffee Co.
New Brunswick, New Jersey
Producer
Finca Un Regalo de Dios, farmed by Luis Alberto Balladarez Moncada
Origin
Mozonte Region, Nicaragua
Varieties
Maragogype
Elevation
1,300 to 1,700
Meters Above Sea Level
Process
Washed
Our Notes
A lively and dynamic coffee, with a juicy nectarine acidity, a syrupy, malty center and lingering flavors of cantaloupe and nougat.

Often the name says it all. Producer Luis Alberto Balladarez Moncada’s farm – Un Regalo de Dios – translates to “a gift from God” and no matter what your spiritual beliefs, you’ll surely treasure this offering from Nicaragua‘s Mozonte region. Of course, such a gift hasn’t gone unnoticed; in 2010 it was voted best Nicaraguan coffee and placed 3rd in the Cup of Excellence. With humanity and social commitment at the heart of their operation, Luis’s team donated all the winnings to the community. OQ Coffee Co does its part as well, roasting you a lively and dynamic coffee with a juicy nectarine acidity, a syrupy, malty center and lingering flavors of cantaloupe and nougat.