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Good Food Awards Finalist 2021

Triple Coffee is incredibly happy (and in disbelief) to announce that our Pacamara Natural (produced by Abel Giron from Comayagua, Honduras) has been selected as a finalist in the 2021 Good Food awards!  In mainstream culture, the Good Food awards are similar to a Michelin Star or perhaps the Oscars for gourmet goods.  It's a big deal.  For that we are humbled, and of course grateful to Don Abel Giron (and his family) for producing a very clean, fruity, flavorful and high quality coffee. Triple Coffee Pacamara Natural    Don Abel Giron from Comayagua, Honduras (2018 Cup of Excellence finalist; 2016, 2017 Winner Project Origin Best of Honduras Late Harvest) From the The Good Food Foundation page: "The Good Food Foundation exists to celebrate, connect, empower...

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Coffee Review - 93 Points - Year 2020

This year Triple Coffee submitted its micro-lot Japanese Exclusive to Coffee Review's annual report on Washed Coffees from Central America (no Geishas). The Japanese Exclusive, a rare micro-lot of catuai variety from Finca Cruz Grande, a small 4 acre farm in Honduras. We are excited to report that our coffee is 2nd on the list with a score of 93 out of 100!  Something notable is that in the top five coffees, 3 are from Taiwan, 2 are from the U.S., and only one is from the San Francisco Bay!  It is also noteworthy that in total 62 coffees (!) were submitted for review. Here's part of what Coffee Review had to say about our beloved Japanese Exclusive: "Blind Assessment: Berry-toned, sweetly tart. Raspberry, grapefruit, cashew butter, cedar, freesia-like...

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Virtual Coffee Tastings

Bay Area travel writer Carole Terwillger Meyers recently joined us for a virtual coffee tasting and wrote a blog about her experience! "Recently I enjoyed participating in a virtual coffee tasting.  A group I belong to arranged spaces for about 20 people.  We then signed up for the event individually, and during the week before the tasting packets of three different coffees arrived in the mail.On the day of the event, we each gathered together the items requested by our tasting host, Tim Melano, owner of Triple Coffee.  These items for coffee cupping include things everyone has in their kitchen--cups, measuring spoons, etc." set-up for virtual tasting of Triple Coffee   To read the rest of the article, visit the entire blog...

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