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Welcoming Las Lomas!

We chatted with Nelson Raul Amador from De La Finca Coffee Importers to learn all about our newest single origin offering – Las Lomas, from the San Marcos region in Guatemala.

DRC Mapendo – Love from Africa

Every coffee travels a journey and some coffees have journeys that are longer and more complex than expected. The journey of our newest single origin began over 8 months ago when we at Firelight Coffee Roasters had the privilege to sample a few coffees from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). This was not an

Country Highlight – El Salvador

Let’s talk about El Salvador. More specifically, let’s talk about how El Salvador has shaped coffee as we know it today. There are a number of countries that are inextricably linked with the development of coffee throughout the past two centuries. Among them are giants in the industry like Brazil, the top producer of coffee

Firelight Coffee’s New Sustainable Packaging

We are beyond excited to take the wraps off of our latest bag redesign! This has secretly been in the works for months while the team perfected every detail and found the right partners to turn this idea into a reality. Featuring a full custom design in three colors, convenient features like a resealable zipper

Keepin’ Coffee Accessible (Pt. 2)

In the last post we delved into our approach to making great coffee available to you. That’s only half the discussion, though, and it’s important for us to cover the other half – our producing partners and the forgotten few in the coffee production process.

Keepin’ Coffee Accessible (Pt. 1)

This idea of accessibility aligns with our core values so deeply that it’s a part of every decision. This is only a part of the discussion about accessibility, however, and the next post will delve into the other side of accessibility: what this value means for our producing partners and those often forgotten in the coffee production process.

Quality First

Which coffee is a higher quality? Which one is, in effect, better? More to the point, how do you even begin to determine high vs. low quality when the beverage in question is so subject to personal preference?