The farm, the seed, the cup. In a city that prides itself on its coffee, we pride ourselves on the way our coffee comes to you. It starts with the farmer who harvests, processes, and sorts through millions of green Seeds to provide the best crop; then the roasters, who expertly balances the dualistic science and artistry of extracting the most complex flavor profiles, and finally, to our coffee house where our baristas will craftfully prepare the coffees to exacting standards using a wide arsenal of brewing methods.
We’ll never call ourselves a local business. It’s not that we don’t believe in community enterprise. We do. But we also believe in a definition of local that means more than just our neighborhood and city; it’s also the world at large. We communicate with a handful of farming communities in several countries, while doing outreach through our roasters to better serve both the farmers and our Seattle customers with a superb product from a direct-trade model. Our relationships reach around the globe, and so for us, local means five continents. Our business is supported by multiple communities; and in turn, we support them.
We want to introduce you to the regions of the world through the coffee we serve, always seasonally-picked and roasted to lush perfection. Tougo Coffee Co trained baristas are the best way to learn about where our Coffees are sourced from; In the Guatemalan bourbon varietal’s subtle notes of almond and jasmine, to the juicy orange hints of Central Kenya’s Gachami Peaberry, we find the connective experience of coffee as rich and pleasant as the taste.
Kuma Coffee Roasters House Espresso Suckerpunch Espresso. Central, and South American Coffees. Milk Chocolate, Honey, Carmel, and Ripe Fruit. Fresh Crop Blen-Balanced; Guatemala Providencia. Caramel, Chocolate, Stonefruit, Honey Kenya Gachatha AB; Cherry Candy, Watermelon, Currant, Jasmine Ethiopia Yukro; Wildflower Honey, Lilac, Apricot, Lemon Cream, Orange Hunapu Guatemala. Tasting notes Toffee, Caramel, and Candy Apple Ixban Guatemala.