Cascara is the dried outer skin of coffee cherries. Because of that is difficult to find in the US. Since we are brewing the skin of the cherry, you have to know and trust the farm it comes from (organic, with no pesticides, etc).
Our Direct Traded Cascara is from our friends in Fazenda Ambiental Fortaleza, Brazil. Their slow drying process preserves the sugars on the skins for a more complex flavor.
Looking for a cool experience? Join us for the Bona Cupping and Tour!
As an adventurous and global family, we believe that coffee is more than a morning ritual or an afternoon pick-me-up. Coffee can bring together different communities, cultures, and conversations by taking part in one great experience.
Because of that, we do a special event inside our facility: Cupping! If you've never heard this word, it's ok, we can explain it to you. Cupping is what we c...
João Hamilton is a friend of us who owned Sitio Canaã, a specialty coffee farm in Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Last time when we were visiting his farm, João invited us to climb a boulder in the middle of his plantation and surprised us with a delicious fresh coffee, some Brazilian snacks and this awesome view:
When we reached the top of the rock, we could see the Yellow and Red Catuaí and also some Obatã (rare coffee variety) trees. João t...