Simply put, the label “single origin” means that your cup of coffee came from just one country, not several.

From elevation to climate to growing and processing practices, each country has its own complex set of environmental factors influencing how its coffee tastes. When you drink a single origin coffee, you’re tasting the shade trees, the soil, and the care that coaxed the trees to produce their best flavors. Tasting, liking, disliking and exploring coffees (something your Brew Log makes simple) is a way of honoring the people and cultures that produced them.

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