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Colombia, Fernando Bustos, New Reserve Lot Offering

In December of 2016 the Passenger green buying team took place in the Acevedo Cup, a juried competition to find, highlight and reward the best coffees from the 2016 main harvest in Acevedo, southern Huila. This lot, from producer Fernando Bustos, won not only our hearts, but also second prize in that competition.

Ethiopia Hunda Oli, New Seasonal Offering

Another seasonal offering from Western Ethiopia. Another stunner. The Hunda Oli Cooperative produced some of the best coffees that we tasted in Ethiopia from this past harvest. We are thrilled to share this lot with you.

Guatemala Felicidad, New Seasonal Offering

As our Finca Candelaria Seasonal Offering comes to a close we are ready to release an Antiguan lot that showcases the flavors and cup profile that we so dearly love from this beautiful region.

Darjeeling Tea

The famed tea author and educator James Norwood Pratt refers to Darjeeling as the “Tea Gods gift to mankind.” In drinking these teas, it is quite easy to understand why.

Passenger Instant Coffee

We are over the moon about our latest collaboration and what it means for your flights, camping trips and those new to specialty coffee...

Our Offerings Menu

The Passenger offerings menu has always focused on presenting world class coffees. In releasing our Education Lots we hope to present a collection of coffees that not only taste wonderful, but have a pedagogical role as well.

In Photos: Guatemala 2017

Passenger's focus within Guatemala is in and around Antigua. This year we extended our relationships south with the addition of Finca Candelaria in Alotenango.

Jeovany Rivera: The evolution of a farm

There exists an eagerness in Honduras; a willingness, motivation and ambition to produce the best coffee in the country.

Kenya, Quality and the 70/30 Split - Part 2

Further exploration of Kenyan coffee culture, the 70/30 split, and what has the most impact on quality in coffee.

Kenya, Quality and the 70/30 Split - Part 1

Driving around Kenyan coffee country with various agronomists, Passenger's green coffee buyer, David Stallings, was continuously being told information that didn't line up with what we so certainly believe to be true based on what is in the cup.