Elevator Coffee for Milk Street 177 Coffee Blend
After tasting coffees from roasters around the country, we decided to partner with Elevator Cafe & Commons, a small roaster in Portland, Oregon, to produce a custom blend for us from the freshest beans. The bright, clear flavors and precision of their roasting thoroughly impressed us. When you order our blend, you can be sure that the beans have been freshly roasted and shipped out immediately. Our inaugural 177 Milk Street coffee is a do-it-all blend that works across brewing methods and accommodates a variety of palates. The medium roast mix of Central and South American beans packs a full, rich body and a balanced nutty, cocoa-rich flavor. It’s a solid, full-bodied blend that’ll be terrific brewed in your standard coffee maker, pour-over, French press, Italian-style Moka pot or cold brew.
Elevator Coffee for Milk Street Rosa Encarnación
For those who love our 177 Milk Street coffee blend roasted by Elevator Cafe & Commons of Portland, Oregon, we have good news. We collaborated with the company again, this time to bring you a big, bright and bold single-origin coffee from Ecuador. Grown by Rosa Encarnacion in the mountainous Imbabura region, this limited-production coffee has complex fruity flavors—think watermelon and honey—and a robust body reminiscent of macadamia.
Rosa Encarnacion’s beans are grown at a high altitude of 7,500 feet, so they develop more complex sugars and have a higher density, which means a more intense, concentrated flavor. The company uses a washed process that involves 24 hours of fermentation and 25 to 30 days of drying; the result is a clean coffee that has almost a juicy body, showcasing subtle floral, fruity notes and a lingering sweetness in every sip.
Net Weight: 12 oz.
Elevator Coffee for Milk Street Guatemala San Julian Blend
We partnered with Elevator Cafe & Commons in Portland, Oregon, to freshly roast a single-origin coffee grown on the San Julian farm in Guatemala's mountainous Palencia region. The high-altitude growing conditions produce hardier beans with a bolder, more concentrated flavor. This well-balanced blend combines creamy Pacamara and bright Catuai, along with Bourbon and San Ramón bean varietals. Guatemalan coffees tend to be full-bodied with rich cocoa flavors, and we like how the blend's undertones of caramel and chocolate are accented by a subtle acidity and raspberry-like fruitiness. Each sip is complex and aromatic, with richer dark chocolate notes gradually setting in as your cup cools.
Elevator Coffee for Milk Street Ecuadorian Gilda Carrascal Coffee
We partnered with Elevator Cafe & Commons in Portland, Oregon, to freshly roast this single-origin coffee from Ecuador's Pichincha province. Grown at a high altitude of 4,500, these Caturra beans are minimally processed by hand, yielding a medium-bodied cup with exceptional layers of flavor. Bright floral top notes give way to a tangerine-like acidity, followed by a softer finish with flavors of chocolate and nougat.