Starting now in August 2018, we will be featuring a new coffee from our Microlot Series every month. Our cafés will have this coffee available during the first week as our single-origin espresso offering, and we will share more about the source of this coffee and our relationship with its producers. Our first Microlot Series Feature coffee comes to us from Oreti Estate in Kenya, run by Boyce Harries.
After five wonderful years roasting and serving from our Espresso Bar in the Pearl District at NW 13th & Johnson, our Roastery will move to Northwest Industrial district, and our Espresso Bar will move to a new spot at NW 13th & Lovejoy. We're here to answer your most pressing questions!
We've partnered with KEEN Footwear to upcycle fabric coffee sacks from Guatemala into new products.
This holiday season, sales from our Festa Holiday Blend directly support the building of a new and improved kitchen, and a nutrition project at Finca San Jose de las Nubes in Nicaragua. Learn more about why this project will improve the lives of the folks on this beautiful coffee farm.
We’d like to formally introduce you to a new member of the familia: our new bags!
Our final Microlot Release Club box includes two geisha coffees from the same farm, Finca San Jerónimo Miramar in Guatemala, processed two different ways: honey and washed.
Our third set in the Microlot Release Club features two single-farmer microlots from San Miguel Escobar Cooperative. Timoteo and Fredy are cooperative leaders, and their hard work has yielded two outstanding lots.
Our second week of the Microlot Release Club feature two cooperative blends from Guatemala: one from La Armonia Hermosa, the other from the San Miguel Escobar Cooperative. Learn more about the coffee, the producers, and join the conversation about your experience.
Our first featured coffees in the Microlot Release Club are a washed process and natural process, both from Finca San Jose de las Nubes in Nicaragua. Learn more about the coffee, the producers, and join the conversation about your experience.
We're excited to unveil a new 4-week subscription of Central American microlot releases. Subscribers will get 8 coffees from 6 farms, over 4 shipments. Join the conversation about these outstanding coffees, and the wonderful farmers who grew them.
Through thick and thin, Nossa Familia Coffee stays committed to their farmers year after year.
The numbers are in for 2016- see how Nossa Familia Coffee did in their commitment to sustainability.
Nossa Familia Coffee has a cool new ride. Find us rolling around town with our Iced Coffee Bicycle!
In March 2017, Nossa Familia Coffee got its feet wet in the Los Angeles, CA coffee scene through a three-day pop-up stint at Coffee Hall Chinatown.
Guatemalan coffee farmer Timoteo Minas's visa application to visit the U.S. for the Global Specialty Coffee Expo has been blocked. We need your help to tell the U.S. government to Let Timo In!
Nossa Familia takes 22 people to Guatemala in pursuit of ABMF - “Always Be Making Friends”
In a week, we will be increasing our retail coffee prices by $1 per 12oz bag, so that we can continue to support a high standard of living for our farmers, suppliers, employees, and give back to causes that inspire us.
Geisha is the most prized cultivar in the specialty coffee world, selling for prices well above any other coffee. But what makes this highly-valued coffee so special?
Giving back to our local and origin communities is an important part of Nossa Familia's philosophy, and our holiday gift offerings are no exception. Are you looking for a gift that offers something a little more? Over half of our holiday gift offerings include some kind of charitable component, including our Festa Holiday Blend, Full Cycle Signature Blend, MiiR Tumbler and UpCycle Coffee Kit.
This year, we have a little something for everyone - regardless of whether or not they drink coffee. But yeah, mostly if they drink coffee. Here’s a guide to our current gift offerings and who on your holiday list would appreciate them the most.
Enter for a chance to win a free upcycled coffee kit, featuring products by Looptworks, Nossa Familia, Hario, Klean Kanteen, Stanley & more.
A humorous (but totally serious) list of reasons why your Nossa Familia barista loves you.
On September 16, p:ear is opening a walk-up, retail coffee window through its barista school, in partnership with Nossa Familia Coffee. P:ear is a nonprofit organization based in Portland, OR, which mentors over 750 homeless and transitional youth, helping them build positive relationships & personal worth and to create more meaningful and healthier lives.
In this post we take a deep dive into Natural, Washed, Pulped Natural & Honey Process methods in the coffee industry. What do these terms really mean? One of our partner farmers in Guatemala, Timoteo Minas of the San Miguel Escobar Cooperative, recently experimented with natural processed coffee for the first time.
We're proud to announce the release of our new Iced Coffee in bottles & kegs. This is the first Japanese-style bottled iced coffee, which we prepare using coffee that is brewed hot and then flash-chilled to preserve the bright and fresh aromatics of the coffee. Lovingly brewed with our signature Full Cycle blend, our new Iced Coffee is bright, refreshing, and offers all the amazing elements of hot coffee in a cool and different way.
We are proud to announce the addition of four limited-release microlot coffees from Brazil to Nossa Familia Coffee's offerings. Each of the four farms' relationships with us - whether from a cousin, an old friend or new - is as varied as the coffees themselves. We invite you to learn more about what distinguishes a 'microlot' from other coffees, and what makes these particular Brazilian coffees so special.
Our new seasonal drink in the Nossa Espresso Bar is a cascara iced tea, made from the dried husks of coffee cherries. The cascara is brewed in a French press and then poured over ice with a touch of pure cane sugar, with tasting notes of cherry, honey and hibiscus. It’s refreshing, smooth and totally different.
Nossa Familia is supporting relief for the survivors of the recent earthquake in Ecuador by donating $1 for every bag of coffee purchased and $3 for every bag of Ecuador Finca Maputo to the MercyCorps Humanitarian Response Fund.