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Boneshaker Espresso

Tasting Notes: 70% Dark Chocolate, Red Apple, Candied Citrus
Acidity: Medium
Body: Round, Full
Boneshaker Espresso is our cafe's flagship espresso and our staff's go-to coffee for a variety of brewing methods. Named after the first racing bicycle, the penny-farthing (commonly referred to as a Boneshaker), this coffee is sure to get your bones shaking and mind racing. This single origin espresso is currently comprised of Guatemala Rio Ocho, a delightful offering from our friends and importing partner, Kapeh Utz. Singing with notes of dark chocolate, developed sugars and a balanced citrus acidity, Boneshaker is a capable, flexible coffee for a variety of uses. Try pulling it as an espresso, brewing it in a drip coffee pot, or using it for cold brew.
Suggested espresso parameters: 20g input, 35g output, in 27-32 seconds.

Brazil Espirito Santo

Process: Washed
Acidity: Low
Body: Creamy
Elevation: 900-1200 Meters
Tasting Notes: Bakers Chocolate, Cashew and Baking Spice

Espírito Santo is a special coffee-growing region of Brazil, where its proximity to the sea and unusual microclimate has created a distinct, delicate profile of coffee. Many of the small- and midsize producers (5–20 hectares on average) here focus on Washed coffee due to the misty weather and cooler temperatures. Because of the location and climate, the coffee is also picked during a different season than the height of production in Minas Gerais. Espírito Santo, directly translated to “Holy Spirit” in English, is a Brazilian state situated in the southeast of this intriguing South American country. The capital of Espírito Santo is Vitória, which is situated on an island. Because of its extensive coastline, this state is well known for its sand dunes, ports, and beaches.

Decaf MWP

Introducing Chiapas MWP, Reverie's newest decaffeinated offering. Produced in the farms by FEDESI, a cooperative that represents six different groups of over 1,500 growers. The coop is made of smallholder members owning about 1 - 1.5 hectares each. They grow three varietals, Bourbon, Caturra and Sarchimor. The altitude that this coffee is grown is between 800 - 1500 meters. The process to make this coffee decaf is Mountain Water Process.

The Pope's Choice

Acidity: Mild
Body: Smooth, Silky
Tasting Notes: Milk Chocolate, Toasted Almond, Red Grape
In the year 1600 Pope Clement VIII, against the will of his advisors and peers, blessed coffee and encouraged its consumption. In homage to his daring, we've named our house blend and flagship drip coffee The Pope's Choice. Though the coffees in the blend will change from time to time, The Pope's Choice is roasted to always feature tasting notes of milk chocolate, toasted almond and a light, red grape acidity. Currently, this coffee is comprised of Guatemala Yepocapa. The Pope's Choice is a fantastic coffee for drip or pour-over brewing methods.