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Meet Finca Vista Hermosa

It was late at night when we pulled up to Finca Vista Hermosa, so it was pitch black out and we didn’t get to see the beautiful view.However, you never forget the first time you wake up on a coffee farm.The smell in the air, the cool breeze, and the sounds of birds in the distance.This farm lived up to its name, beautiful view, and the view is still my phone’s background.

Get to Know the Altieri Farm

One of our biggest goals at Sagebrush Coffee is to showcase the work of our producers. We love building and growing direct relationships with the people that do the work of planting, growing, harvesting, and processing the coffee we love to drink and sell. We get even more excited when we can share personal details directly from the farm. Get to know the Altieri family, their farm, and a little about their passion for coffee.

Get to Know ONYX Coffee

Since the beginning, Guatemala has been one of our top-selling origins. The success of our Guatemalan beans is widely due to the incredible work ethic and connection made through the producers that Onyx Coffee connects us with. Residing in Guatemala City, Guatemala, Onyx Coffee has become our primary direct supplier for Guatemalan coffee.

A Look into the Guayabales Farm

The Guayabales lot of our Guatemalan coffee from Pedro Villatoro Castillo is one of the few coffees that we cupped in Guatemala and decided to buy before traveling back home. My cupping note was “So good. Perfect,” but the question is why? What makes this coffee amazing? The answer is simple, hard work, discipline, and experience.

Manos Juntas is Preserving Specialty Coffee

Since we’re entering our third straight year of offering Colombian coffee from the Manos Juntas Micromill, we thought it’d be a good idea to break down what exactly they’re doing over there and why we are such big fans of them. 

Get to Know the Angel’s Mountain Coffee Farm

 The Angel's Mountain coffee tradition has been around since the 1850s. It is a family-owned business whose heart behind what they do goes far beyond a great cup of coffee. Hidden away 1200-1450 meters above sea level in the Cordillera del Balsamo mountains in La Libertad El Salvador, you will find prime land for growing coffee and people ready to cultivate it. Coffee from this region and elevation is perfect for a latte or any other espresso drink. In this community, coffee does not only provide a good beverage, but it also provides a livelihood for workers.