Broadcast

Crossfade

$19.95  per bag

Syrupy & Smooth

Medium Blends Espresso

Crossfade brings a bit more fruit to the table than your standard espresso blend, but that makes it no less versatile or easy to work with. You'll love it by itself, and it's a star in everything from cappuccinos to mochas.

Flavor Profile

Roast Level

Medium

Tasting Notes

Sweet Vanilla

Milk Chocolate

Citrus

Origin

Country Of Origin

Ethiopia , Colombia

Sub Region

Sidamo & Cundiboyacense

Process

Washed
About the Roaster

After following his locally famous DJ Dad into broadcasting, Idaho native Barry Faught quickly yearned for greater independence and adventure. He soon found himself in Seattle, a city full of great music, inclusive communities, eco-friendly living, and amazing coffee. Barry was hooked and in 2008, Broadcast Coffee opened its first location named in honor of his dad’s lifelong passion for radio.

Location

Seattle, WA

Fun Fact

The name Broadcast comes from founder Barry Faught’s family legacy in broadcast radio.

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Broadcast

Seattle, WA

After following his locally famous DJ Dad into broadcasting, Idaho native Barry Faught quickly yearned for greater independence and adventure. He soon found himself in Seattle, a city full of great music, inclusive communities, eco-friendly living, and amazing coffee. Barry was hooked and in 2008, Broadcast Coffee opened its first location named in honor of his dad’s lifelong passion for radio.
Fun Fact
The name Broadcast comes from founder Barry Faught’s family legacy in broadcast radio.