Hello, Neighbor. Come on in and let us give you a tour of our house… blend.
Hello, Neighbor is like a snuggle, but for your tummy. Medium-heavy body, subtle maraschino cherry, tobacco, caramelized brown sugar, with a milk chocolate finish. It’s the blend that likes you just the way you are.
We wanted something to drink with bacon and eggs, or chicken and waffles. It had to have enough acidity to cut through the fats, and plenty of body to stand up to the savory and salty flavors of breakfast. But we also wanted something that was sweet as a black coffee. Something that didn’t need “doctoring” as we call it in Texas. Something Tom Waits and Iggy Pop would sit down to. But then again, we love cream and sugar, and it’s our favorite way to drink this coffee. Hello, Neighbor is like a lot like Tim “The Toolman” Taylor’s neighbor, Wilson. You don’t need to know much about him to know he’s always there for you. So all around, this is the cup we’re drinking at our house, and it’s the one we’re bringing to yours.
The first component of this blend is a Red Honey processed coffee of various native varieties from Malabar in West Java, Indonesia. It was exported by Santiang Exports which contributes a certain earthiness to embolden this blend. The other component is a Honey processed Mundo Nuevo variety from the Coto Family Estate in Guatemala. Notes of cedar compliment the Javanese coffee well, while adding rich cocoa notes. Also in this blend, a natural pink bourbon from the Valiente estate in El Salvador. It contributes a light buttery sweetness, and apple acidity to cut through a heavy breakfast, and making this the perfect crossover coffee for traditional drinkers.
Blend components subject to change.