Welcome to Imbibe Magazine's between-issues look at liquid culture with drink recipes, news and more. From coffee to cocktails, Imbibe celebrates your world in a glass.
Friday, December 13, 2013
African peaberry from Kenya meets with beans from Mexico’s Chiapas for a rich and warming mug with a berry brightness on the finish. The letter-pressed bags are a work of art unto themselves.
This seasonal blend blends high-elevation beans from Costa Rica and Colombia. Bright cherry acidity is balanced by a kiss of candied brown sugar on the finish.
This is the seasonal sipper you’ll find on our dessert table this year, thanks to its dark, broody flavors of bitter chocolate, dried fruits and spice.
Want to feel evening better about your morning coffee? A dollar from each pound of this subtly sweet blend of Latin American and East African beans sold goes to Counter Culture’s coffee partners in Burundi who are working toward organic certification.