Coffees Sourced with Care
3rd Hour Today
Our founder and CEO, Ilana Kruger, has a morning coffee with 3rd Hour's Dylan Dreyer and shares how we've been dealing with the current COVID-19 crisis, a bit about our beginnings and our healthcare workers initiative. We're still sending coffee to nurses and doctors throughout the nation. Learn more below!
Guatemala Aguas Altas
This coffee was grown on the Mendez family farm in San Pedro Necta, Guatemala. Aguas Altas is a coffee lover’s coffee, with sweet and creamy notes of milk chocolate, crème brulée and dark cherry.
Tasting Notes: Milk Chocolate, crème brulee and dark cherry
Colombia El Mirador Light
Fruity and sweet, this lighter roast is perfect for early mornings. We sourced this single origin bean from Finca El Mirador, a small independently run farm in Huila, Colombia.
Tasting Notes: Red plums, full-bodied green figs, and caramelized sugar.
Colombia El Mirador Dark
The perfect dark roast: chocolatey and full of toasted almonds. We sourced this single origin bean from Finca El Mirador, a small independently run farm in Huila, Colombia.
Tasting Notes: Red plums, rich dark chocolate, and toasted almonds.
Why Direct Trade?
It's important to have a strong relationship with coffee producers. This not only leads to a better tasting coffee, but also better wages, working conditions and opportunities for the farmers and their communities.
The Roasting Process
All of our coffee is roasted in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Each batch is roasted to maximize the flavor profile of the bean we selected. Our coffee then travels down the block to our studio, where we grind and seal each packet to order.