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Our Featured Nonprofit
Bike Works Seattle is our featured nonprofit for May 2017. Bike Works promotes the bicycle as a vehicle for change to empower youth and build resilient communities. Since 1996 they've worked to educate and empower youth, and make bicycling accessible and affordable to the Seattle community. Two Wheels. Endless Possibilities. Your purchase directly supports their mission. www.bikeworks.org
"Quality and tradition don't die. Quality has helped us to endure for a long time." -Angelo Taranto
Colombia El Progreso
Town Near Pitalito
Farm Finca El Progreso
Farmer Rodrigo Sanchez
Altitude 1650-1800 m.
Varieties Caturra and Colombia
Processing Method Fully washed, with 18-24 hour dry fermentation and 8-13 days of parabolic drying on farm.
About El Progreso is a farm in the huila region of Colombia, in the south end of the country. The farm's owner, Rodrigo Sanchez is a bit unique in the sense that he is heavily focused on the quality aspect of coffee, in addition to the well-being of his family and his fellow farmers.
Stop by for a fresh cup! Visit our mobile bicycle cafe, currently situated in El Paso, Texas.
An adventure that began in Italy 1883. Our brand builds on what John M. Taranto began when he arrived in New York City in 1912. Born in 1883 in Alicudi, Italy he was the oldest of 12 children. In 1927 John (Giovanni) and his brothers opened the Taranto Brothers Grocery store in upstate New York.
Carrying on the Taranto family legacy is Ian, the great-grandson of Salvatore Angelo Taranto. Ian is an upstate New York native and sponsored athlete.
Monica, who completed a solo 4,000 mile bicycle tour across the USA, is busy planning and training for her next athletic expedition: a 350 mile non-stop self-sufficient foot race across the Arctic Circle.
ChickenSwitch Coffee's unusual name has its origins in both of our founders past careers as bike messengers. The term 'ChickenSwitch' was used to describe a certain bicycle mechanism. Since the love of bicycles has been central to their life stories they thought it only fitting to combine it with their love of coffee. The rest is history.
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"You cannot describe the passion, you can only live it." -Enzo Ferrari