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Los Andes whole bean
Los Andes whole bean with tasting notes
Los Andes farmlevel photography
Los Andes farmlevel photography
Los Andes farmlevel photography
Los Andes farmlevel photography




Los Andes


  • Roast Level



    Light roast
  • Origins


Behind the cup

Los Andes greets you with bright Lemon Lime notes. The bubbling acidity is paired with an underlying sweetness that reminds us of Nougat, while Hibiscus captures the depth and tropical florals. This cup will melt in your mouth and have you brewing more.

Brewing Suggestions

All of our coffees can be brewed in various ways, designed for your perfect morning. These recipes are our favorite ways to highlight Los Andes. Your brewing adventure starts here.

Verve's Coffee Department


  • Coffee 22 g
  • Grind Med
  • Water 352 g
  • Ratio 1:16
  • Time 3:30


  • Coffee 18 g in
  • Grind Fine
  • Water 40 grams out
  • Ratio 1:2.2
  • Time 20-23 sec


  • Coffee 15 g
  • Grind Med/Fine
  • Water 225 g
  • Ratio 1:15
  • Time 2:30

Farmlevel Story

Los Andes farmlevel photography

The words unique and integrity come first to mind when thinking about this coffee. This coffee is an opportunity for us to share the gift that is Honduran coffee. This is a unique single-origin offering that combines the work of three amazing producers, whose coffee we have enjoyed for years. 

Alexander Martinez grows bourbon, pacas, and catimor, he washes all of his coffee and dries it on raised beds in greenhouses. The Pineda brothers, Anibal and Hernan, grow their coffee alongside fruit and other shade trees, and also use a washed process. We have featured micro-lots from each producer on our menu in previous years. This year, the micro-lots were brought together through this blend with the intention of housing each lot and bringing them to your home. 

Our farmelevel partners in Santa Barbara have experienced quite a few lows in the past two harvest seasons. With the major effects of climate change and unpredictable weather patterns, harvest yields have declined in comparison to previous years. Despite this, the quality of this coffee is sturdy and the spirit behind it continues. We continue to look for ways to best support our partners. This blend is a step towards that support, where we have prioritized an investment in the quality of the coffee and the livelihoods of our partners. Los Andes is a gesture of gratitude for farmlevel.