Black Futures


Atlanta, GA

Black Futures

Funky & Fruity

This collaboration with artist Temi Coker features the classic jammy blueberry sweetness and complex acidity we love in natural-processed Ethiopian coffees.
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    • Berry Fruit, Brown Sugar, Citrus
    About the Roaster
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    Atlanta, GA
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    Fun Fact
    Oscar-winning director Barry Jenkins (whom one signature coffee is named after) sent a thank you video for Portrait’s first birthday party.
    Black Futures
    • Natural/Dry Processed icon
      Natural/Dry Processed
    • Yirgacheffe icon
      Sub Region
    • Neguesse Debela icon
      Neguesse Debela
    • December - January icon
      Harvest Time
      December - January
    • 1,900 - 2,200 icon
      1,900 - 2,200
    • 1974-1975 JARC Selections & Local Landraces icon
      1974-1975 JARC Selections & Local Landraces
    Roaster’s Notes
    This coffee has juicy notes of strawberry that cool into crisp, brown sugar sweetness. Almost mimics a classic rooibos tea. Our desire is to tap into the notion Black History doesn’t begin with Slavery (1619), but it does start in Africa. Temi Coker’s visual aesthetic lends itself to an Afro-futuristic vision of blackness. This coffee collaboration presents an opportunity to explore the intersection of black history and a black future.

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