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Elder Stone

Regular price $18.50
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Medium roast

12oz bag | 30 cups of coffee

A sweet, medium body with citrus acidity. Notes of caramel, peach, almonds, and red fruits. Aftertaste of cocoa and dried nuts. Elder Stone, a rocky edifice near the base farm of Native Root, stands as a watchman over the coffee cliffs. Its profile is shaped like a human face, reminding founder Ervin Liz of his elders

Preparation Ratios

We recommend using these coffee-to-water-ratios for an optimal brew:

Pour over - 1:13

Coffee Pot - 1:14


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Return policy

ALthough rare, we will replace any items that arrive damaged. If you have a concern or a damaged item, please contact us!

  • Flavor Notes

    Caramel, Peach, Almonds, Red Fruits

  • FASL


  • Process


  • Varietal


Who is this coffee for?

From day one, Elder Stone has been a fan favorite. It has a deep, nutty flavor. The combination of caramel and almond flavor notes is absolutely delicious. It has lower acidity than our limited edition light-roast coffees, but is not quite as bold as our darker coffees.

The story behind Elder Stone

This amazing coffee is grown by several families in the Togoima indigenous reservation, the land where our founder Ervin Liz was born. Togoima is a mountainous region with deep canyons and massive cliffs. A stone outcropping near Ervin's home resembles a face, which reminds him of his elders. The coffee is grown between 5,905 and 6562 FASL. Characteristic flavors of the coffees grown in this region include caramel, condensed milk, and raw sugar cane. Other flavors - like almonds, citrus, red fruits, and even vanilla - can also be discovered. The famers who grow this coffee are Dilmer and Luz Muchicon, Abraham Nez, Ramiro Pancho, William Nez, Angelica Liz, Hugo Nez, Luis Diaz, Alirio Muchicon, Helena Muchicon, Edith Nez and 10 other families.

Where this coffee has been

Harvested in Togoima Reservation

Roasted in Bogotá, Colombia

Shipped in small batches to our warehouse in Chicago, IL

Meet the farmers

Not for the drive-thru

Our specialty Colombian coffee is produced by Nasa indigenous farmers, ranks in the top 5% in the world in quality, and is fully sustainable.

  • Indigenous Farmers

    We pay our farmers 10% more than market value and trace each bean back to the people that produced it.

  • 3x hand picked

    Our coffee is in the top 5% in the world in terms of quality. We hand select our beans 3 separate times, and the process is fully sustainable.

  • Champion Roaster

    All our coffee is roasted by the 2021 Latin American roasting champion, Mario Prieto, who exudes passion for his craft.

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