Introducing ACR's Pop Up Cafe

Introducing ACR's Pop Up Cafe

Each of us at ACR recognize the signs: slightly furrowed brow, backpack slung over a shoulder, quick turn of the head to the left, then the right, another glance at the phone. They tentatively o…
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Introducing Yemen Mocca Haimi LTD

Introducing Yemen Mocca Haimi LTD

While Ethiopia is accepted to be the birthplace of coffee, Yemen is where coffee really started to be appreciated on a much, much larger scale. According to tradition, the earliest record of coffee be…
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Introducing Sumatra Bener Meriah LTD

Introducing Sumatra Bener Meriah LTD

If you've been following our blog, you may have noticed that we've been announcing new limited edition coffees just about every month. Sourcing new coffees is usually a pretty time consuming venture,…
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New Mid-Year Offerings Available

New Mid-Year Offerings Available

Alas, dear readers, our delicious Ethiopia Chelelektu Limited Edition has run its course. Fret not, we've tested some new dry process prospects for a suitable replacement and have emerged with a fine…
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The Buzz on Coffee Production

The Buzz on Coffee Production

For the last decade, experts have reported a dramatic decline in honey bee population that has been felt globally. Some of the hardest working pollinators, bees are an essential component to agricultu…
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Sumatra in Crisis

Sumatra in Crisis

People love Sumatran coffee for its sweet, earthy nuances, full, smooth body, and low acidity. It's no surprise the coffee is in high demand all around the world. However, in recent years, climate cha…
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Where to go to Find Our Joe: Cakettes TX

Where to go to Find Our Joe: Cakettes TX

In efforts to help you find more avenues to enjoy our coffee and to introduce you to some of our best wholesale clients, we'd like to continue regaling you of our wholesale clients' adventures wi…
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The new crop of India Balekola is in!

The new crop of India Balekola is in!

It is said that a few hundred years ago (sources dispute whether it was the 16th or 17th century), Baba Budan, now considered a Sufi saint, was unhappy with the Arab hold on coffee as a commodi…
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Venturing Beyond Organic

Venturing Beyond Organic

As nutritional fads come and go, certain buzzwords get thrown around quite a bit. Sometimes those buzzwords end up sticking in our modern lexicon, becoming as commonplace as any other word. I'm sure,…
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Spirit Mountain Dominican Republic

Spirit Mountain Dominican Republic

Aside from introducing you to our new Limited Editions, we feel it would be tragic to let some of the stories behind some of our mainstay coffees to go unheard. Of course, everyone loves a good story!…
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Food 4 Farmers Roundup

Food 4 Farmers Roundup

If you’ve ever ordered coffee from our website, you may have noticed an optional checkbox to donate a dollar for every pound of coffee you order to Food 4 Farmers. “What is this ‘Food 4 Farmers’,”…
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Coffee Acidity: Here's the Skinny

Coffee Acidity: Here's the Skinny

It is a question often asked when someone is looking for a new coffee and they need some advice: What’s a good coffee low in acidity? Whether the request is initiated by your doctor’s advice or you…
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