Streetlevel whole bean
Streetlevel whole bean with tasting notes of clementine, red apple and honeycomb.

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Blend

Streetlevel

Roast Level

6

10

Medium roast

Origins
Honduras Guatemala & Colombia

reviews:

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All purpose blend the original

Our flagship blend, Streetlevel, is built for balance and approachability and is delicious with any brew method, including espresso. Streetlevel's profile of Guatemalan, Colombian and Honduran coffees serve to anchor the blend and impart a complex sweetness, with notes of honeyed citrus and red apple. If we made a greatest hits tape, this would be the first track.

Brewing Suggestions

The simplicity of Streetlevel's flavors come together so perfectly and is one of the reasons why I love it so much. It's a well balanced coffee that sits on the palate and continues to develop and deliver fruitful sweetness, and lite nuttiness. My love for Streetlevel also comes with a bit of nostalgia.

Liza Mandujano

Cafe Manager SoCal

Coffee Maker

Coffee

54 g

Grind

Med

Water

810 g

Ratio

1:15

Time

4:00

Espresso

Coffee

19.5-20.1 grams in

Grind

Fine

Water

27-32 grams out

Ratio

N/A

Time

23-26 sec.

French Press

Coffee

35 g

Grind

Med

Water

500 g

Ratio

1:14

Time

5:00

STORY

Each component, much like any track on a mixed tape, means something and adds something different. Streetlevel, our best track of Verve’s mixed tape, comprises three very different regions blended to make up a balanced blend. 

Streetlevel is a coffee that can be brewed several ways and still be a classically sweet and balanced cup of coffee. It has a bit of citrus-like sweet clementine and red apple acidity. That transitions into a honeycomb finish, ending on a well-rounded note. 

Coming from the Santa Barbara region of Honduras is a component gathered from Peña Blanca’s Beneficio San Vicente. This selection features coffees produced by smallholder farmers scattered about the fog-shrouded slopes of the Santa Barbara mountain. This brings a lot of citrus and herbaceous aromatics to the blend.

Alotenango is a large coffee-producing region and home to many smallholding farmers. One, in particular, is La Candelaria which is seated slightly south of Antigua on the western slopes of Volcan de Agua. The volcanic soil adds a richness specific to this region. It tastes and highlights red apple acidity in the blend.

Urrao is a beautiful landscape of a region. There are rolling hills, a balance of hot and cold temperatures for coffee cherries to mature, and the smallholder producers here grow some of the best region lots in the country.


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