City of Saints

COMSA Co-op Natural

$19.95  per bag

Funky & Fruity

Light Single Origins

This natural coffee from Honduras' COMSA co-operative delivers huge flavors, with tart raspberry and creamy milk chocolate coming through in big ways.

Flavor Profile

Roast Level

Light

Tasting Notes

Berry Fruit

Milk Chocolate

Citrus

Origin

Country Of Origin

Honduras

Sub Region

Marcala

Process

Natural/Dry Processed
About the Roaster

When City of Saints Coffee Roasters enters a new community, it doesn’t just move there, it becomes a part of it. From its Brooklyn industrial roasting space to a friendly corner in Hoboken, New Jersey, City of Saints brings an inclusive and light-hearted spirit wherever it goes. That attitude extends to its sourcing practices rooted in open-mindedness (illustrated by their mantra: "Drink what you like") and a commitment to building sustainable relationships.

Location

Brooklyn, NY

Fun Fact

This roaster is named after the city of Harar in Ethiopia.

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About the Roaster

City of Saints

Brooklyn, NY

When City of Saints Coffee Roasters enters a new community, it doesn’t just move there, it becomes a part of it. From its Brooklyn industrial roasting space to a friendly corner in Hoboken, New Jersey, City of Saints brings an inclusive and light-hearted spirit wherever it goes. That attitude extends to its sourcing practices rooted in open-mindedness (illustrated by their mantra: "Drink what you like") and a commitment to building sustainable relationships.
Fun Fact
This roaster is named after the city of Harar in Ethiopia.