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About South Slope Coffee
We are a husband and wife team who began our relationship through the love of coffee. We were both born in Caracas, Venezuela, which at one point in history was one of the most important coffee growing countries in the world. Our culture revolves around coffee.
We purchase from small farmers from around the world. One of our main objectives is to educate coffee consumers on where their coffee comes from. All our coffees come from small communities where most of their income is from farming. Your purchase directly supports these small communities as we pay more than fair trade prices for the incredible job these farmers do in growing, picking and processing these coffees. It is important full transperency and tracebalilty and that is what you get from our coffees.
For the past 7 years, we have been roasting small-batch, artisan coffees and helping our customers find the perfect coffee—or sometimes, the perfect recipe. In that time, we’ve learned that each coffee has its own unique nuances and characteristics. We treat each batch with care and curiosity, so that you can enjoy it at its most flavorful.
We do more than just roast coffee—we create an atmosphere of community and hospitality in our approach that is meant to be shared with others. We believe enjoying a good cup of coffee is a personal experience, as well as an opportunity to connect with someone else
Our ultimate goal is to introduce you to new flavors in coffee that might surprise you—and show you a side of coffee you never knew existed.View Store
Brazil – Delio Sering
Price is per12 oz.
: Sitio Sering
: Alto Lagoa, Alfonso Claudio, Espirito Santo
: 1100 MASL
: Yellow and Red Catuai
: Citrus Oil, Berries, Pear
When you think of Brazilian coffees one normally tends to say chocolatey and good for espresso and milk drinks. This coffee is nothing but ordinary. With shining acidity and sweetness, this is one incredible coffee. Delio Sering has changed our view on what a well-grown and perfectly processed coffee from Brazil can taste like. With tasting notes of mixed berries and citrus oil and a sweetness that lingers on the palate like a nice ripe pear, this is another all-day drinker, so pleasing.
Delio Sering is a relatively young producer, at just 30 years of age. He lives far up the mountain ranges of Afonso Claudio in a small area called Alto Lagoa. Originally, the farm was owned and run by his father, Nivaldo, but over the last six years, Delio has taken the lead.