We here at Talking Crow think community is important - you know the saying,
"Birds of a feather, flock together!"
We wanted to thank you for your loyalty, for talking about us with your friends, and for being part of our story so we've launched a new rewards program called
"Birds of a Feather".
- For every dollar you spend you are awarded 1 point.
- 100 points rewards you with $5 off any purchase!
- When you refer a friend, and they make a purchase - you BOTH receive...
Our decaf Ethiopian Guji is a customer favorite (and mine too!) We just sold our last 12 oz bag, and it's a sad day when your favorite is out of stock (I think we might have a 4 oz bag or two...maybe.)
BUT don't worry! ... we are so so excited because we have something in that is A-MAZING!
The washed Ethiopia Organic Ardi Shantawene.
It's from Swiss Water's Small Batch Series, which is a program of limited offerings that features hyper seasonal, highly traceable, and really tasty coffees.
This special lot comes from the Shantawene mill which was established...
Nothing makes us happier than new arrivals of coffee...except sharing them with you. We think you're going to love these fabulous single origin selections as much as we do!
Let's get to it.
Back in stock is our DECAF COSTA RICA. It's a washed coffee with full body and lively acidity with flavor notes of floral, citrus, and hints of Caramel and Chocolate. Costa Rican coffee is always a favorite!
We now have HONDURAS in DECAF (we have it in regular). This coffee is also washed. ...
We all have thought at one point in our lives that the perfect job would be food quality control, I mean, paid to taste-test delicious food all day? Yes, please! The same goes for people when they hear about “cupping” in the coffee industry, and it’s easy to understand why. Who wouldn’t want to drink different kinds of coffee all day? However there is a lot involved in the process of cupping, it’s much more than sipping dainty cups of espresso all afternoon.
Cupping is an important skill to have, and just like learning any other skill, it takes practice....