Enjoy four outstanding coffees from Chicago roaster Metric, covering a delicious spectrum of origins and processes.
4 oz of Honduras Cabañas Natural
A rich, fruity natural that will make the process-lovers grin, but doesn't push the ferment envelope far for those folks newer to coffee. We tasted cherry candy, lime, hibiscus, a juicy stone fruit acidity, and a black tea finish.
4 oz of Colombia Proyecto Recolectores Washed
A beautiful high elevation Colombia with a big, complex sweetness balanced by a citrus acidity. We tasted banana, nectarine, jasmine, a juicy blood orange acidity, and a green apple hard candy finish.
4 oz of Costa Rica Don Eli White Honey
One of Metric’s seasonal crowd-pleasers, regeneratively farmed by one of Tarrazú’s top farming families, both in quality and elevation. We tasted melon, honey, lemon, a crisp malic acidity, a light, syrupy body, and an apple hard candy finish.
4 oz of Ethiopia Worka Chelbessa Washed
One of those Ethiopian coffees that lifelong specialty coffee lovers let out a contented sigh over. We tasted sweet peach rings, jasmine, bergamot, a clean Meyer lemon acidity, a floral tea-like body, and papaya as it cools.
Bag Size: 4 x 4 oz (113 g) bags
Roast: Light Roast
Origin: Honduras, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ethiopia
Process: Washed, Natural, Honey
All coffees are roasted to order and shipped as one shipment in 1-3 business days.
Every coffee we share has been tasted and recommended by our expert Tasting Panel who have years of experience in specialty coffee. We cast a wide net, trying hundreds of coffees, keeping an open mind to new regions, processes, and roasters, and going through many rounds of cupping. If there was an easier way of choosing each coffee, we wouldn’t want to do it.
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Since their beginnings as a wholesale roaster and retailer in Chicago's West Fulton neighborhood in 2013, Metric is now a Certified B Corp with the cafe space of their dreams. They deliberately source coffee from only five countries, maintain long-term relationships with their producer partners, and create the Source Code podcast about transparency in the specialty coffee industry.