Dark Matter Coffee | 15 Anniversary Blend | LIMTED RUN
Dark Matter Coffee | 15 Anniversary Blend | LIMTED RUN
Dark Matter Coffee | 15 Anniversary Blend | LIMTED RUN
Dark Matter Coffee | 15 Anniversary Blend | LIMTED RUN
Dark Matter Coffee | 15 Anniversary Blend | LIMTED RUN
Dark Matter Coffee | 15 Anniversary Blend | LIMTED RUN
Dark Matter Coffee | 15 Anniversary Blend | LIMTED RUN
Dark Matter Coffee | 15 Anniversary Blend | LIMTED RUN
Dark Matter Coffee | 15 Anniversary Blend | LIMTED RUN
Dark Matter Coffee | 15 Anniversary Blend | LIMTED RUN

Dark Matter Coffee | 15 Anniversary Blend | LIMTED RUN

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It was 15 years ago at most
When the Unicorn taught us all to roast
The bags always in and out of style
But the beans are gonna make you smile
So may we introduce to you
The brew you've known all these years
Dark Matter Coffee's 15th Anniversary Blend!

This year's anniversary blend is a send-up to those that helped make us.  We've been working with the Pacas and Bressani families for years, and we owe a lot of our success to their hard work producing the beautiful coffees we get to share with you all. Naturally, for the 15th anniversary, we wanted to pair together some of our favorite coffees from both of these producers to create a greatest-hits blend.

First up is a Catuai from Finca San Jeronimo Miramar. We're extremely familiar with this cultivar as it's the base of our fermentation experiments, Love Supreme, and plenty of other blends around DMC. Catuai makes up the majority of coffee on the farm and thus it's a shining example of what FSJM has to offer.

Next is a honey Pacas from Vista Hermosa. Over the last decade, we've seen these plants grow from sprouts in the nursery to the mighty producers they are today. The Pacas genetic (a mutation of bourbon) was discovered by the Pacas family over 70 years ago, so it makes sense that we highlight the coffee that takes our partners' namesake.

Blending these two together, the Catuai offers up a nice rich base, providing ample room for the honey Pacas to add mild acidity and sweetness. We housed the whole thing in a bag from Jason Brammer, whose art and murals are forever woven into the fabric of our cafes.

Coffee 1
Country: Guatemala
Farm: San Jeronimo Miramar
Cultivar: Catuai
Process: Washed

Coffee 2
Country: El Salvador
Farm: Vista Hermosa
Cultivar: Pacas
Process: Honey
Notes: Pear, Brown Sugar, Pecan 
Net Weight: 12oz
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