New coffees this week

The Guatemala "candelaria" is an excellent addition to our collections of fine coffees, read about it here and get some for yourself here!

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Heroic Scientists

These guys are doing some important work over here.

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New coffee cupping

Joe and I are cupping some new coffees this week; the new crop of Guatemala is in and we have a ton of samples to cup to find the best one to buy.  Hopefully we will have a really nice one here in a week or two, so stay tuned!  In the meantime, check out all of the fancy brewing equipment we are selling over here.

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Comic from Jeff Wysaski

An amusing comic from Jeff Wysaski over at pleated jeans, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

Click the first image below.

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A look around our roasting facility/coffee lab

Check out some of our awesome equipment!

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New coffee of the month

This month for our featured coffee we have the New Guinea "Sigri Estate".

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El Salvador Santa Leticia Estate "Pacamara"

Finally, after years of looking for a great Pacamara, we have found this gem of a coffee! "Pacamara" is an interesting coffee. A hybrid between a bourbon varietal called "Pacas" and a typica varietal called "Maragogipe". Some of you might be familiar with the Maragogipe, an unusual mutation of the typica coffee, know for it's huge bean size. The Pacamara varietal shares this same feature, although not to the extent of the Maragogipe. With a smooth, and complex floral cup, you don't want to miss this one! get it while it lasts!

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New coffees are on their way!

We have a few new coffees coming into the rotation this week, keep an eye out for the Costa Rican "Monte Crisol" and the El Salvador "pacamara".

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New Vendors page!

Check out our new vendors page, it has a list of, and links to lots of places you can get Pablo's coffee outside of our two shops, chem em' out! https://www.pabloscoffee.com/vendors

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Pablo's Garden Update!

Quick update from the garden this week. The turnips have developed super growth powers from the coffee based soil and have completely taken over. The tomatoes cower in their planters trying to hide from the power of the turnips. The beets have a little insect damage, but hopefully the caffeine content of the leaves have killed any major pests. Strawberries are out in full force. The peaches, sadly, didn't have any blossoms survive the late frost, maybe next year.

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