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Steady State

Blue Harvest

Sweet & Inviting

Light-Medium Single Origins

This dynamic coffee from Honduras gives us sweet orange flavor, surrounded by comforting almond and chocolate flavor as we proceed. Something for everyone!

Flavor Profile

Roast Level

Light-Medium

Tasting Notes

Nut

Citrus

Milk Chocolate

Origin

Country Of Origin

Honduras

Sub Region

Opalaca

Process

Washed
About the Roaster

Since 2015, Steady State Roasting has been raising the bar on coffee in Southern California by never settling for mediocrity. Elliot Reinecke’s hospitality-driven small-batch roaster gets as much as it gives to its Carlsbad community, owing plenty of its success to the local support while embracing the many outdoor activities this coastal city has to offer.

Location

San Marcos, CA

Fun Fact

Steady State’s founder started roasting in a shed behind his rental home, before opening a 200-square-foot café in a shared space with a local glassmaker, woodworker, and potter.

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About the Roaster

Steady State

Carlsbad, CA

Since 2015, Steady State Roasting has been raising the bar on coffee in Southern California by never settling for mediocrity. Elliot Reinecke’s hospitality-driven small-batch roaster gets as much as it gives to its Carlsbad community, owing plenty of its success to the local support while embracing the many outdoor activities this coastal city has to offer.
Fun Fact
Steady State’s founder started roasting in a shed behind his rental home, before opening a 200-square-foot café in a shared space with a local glassmaker, woodworker, and potter.