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Erin's Breakfast Blend
Celebrate Erin being back in the roastery on Saturdays! This is a lighter roast of blended South American and African beans. It has a deep smooth creamy taste that wakes you up in the morning.
This blend is a mix of Asian and African coffees and has a nutty flavor that gives you a kick at the end of the swallow. This is a great coffee if you still want a bit darker than medium roast with a robust nutty flavor and mild aftertaste.
Our original, smooth tasting dark roast blended in honor of Erin's Grandma. She grew up a block from the Lehigh Valley Railroad. The Black Diamond train came through her town twice a day.
This coffee is grown by the Garcia Family in Honduras. Single origin, shade grown Honduran coffee is one of our Family-to-Family coffees. This coffee has a smooth swallow with chocolaty undertones.
This is a delightful blend of coffee from three continents. It's smooth robust swallow has an earthy full bodied taste.
This single origin chemical free Indian coffee has a chocolaty, nutty flavor with a hint of spice.
East Coast Espresso
The smoothest espresso on the East Coast. This dark roasted espresso is created from African coffee beans. It makes the best lattes, cappuccinos, and simple cups of coffee.
This Ethiopian coffee bean has a fruity aroma and a taste that has a hint of honey with a delightful after taste.
This dark roast has a complex taste with a smooth swallow. It's strong but has a great lingering after taste at the end of the swallow. It is our boldest cup of coffee featuring coffees from Africa, South America, and Asia.
Light and Dark Roast
Soldier's Blend, a blend of light and dark roasts for a greater depth of flavor with a smooth finish on the swallow. This edgy brew has a fruity aroma and a unique taste.
This year marks the 157th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg. The Battle of Gettysburg was fought July 1-3, 1863 in and around the town of Gettysburg, PA. It was the battle with the most casualties in the Civil War. It is often described as the war’s turning point
In honor of this battle and the soldiers that fought there Furnace Hills Coffee Company has created a Soldiers Blend. Coffee was essential during this war. Coffee and hardtack were the two foods the soldiers could count on that wouldn’t spoil and could be easily transported in a haversack.
After careful research Furnace Hills Coffee decided on an Ethiopian coffee bean. Part of the blend is a dark roast and part a light roast. This was done to do our best to replicate the coffee roasting conditions and practices on the battle field. Coffee was roasted in a frying pan over an open camp fire resulting in an un-even roast. There is no bite at the end of the swallow, but it stays with you for a while after drinking.
Aguas de Marco
This Brazilian Arabica Coffee is roasted just a shade darker than medium. It has a robust earthy taste with a smooth finish to the swallow. We consider the taste to be so good we call it Black Gold!
On another note, we have named this coffee after a great Brazilian song by the same name. Google it. We think you like the song.
This roast has an earthy complex taste with a smooth finish. These beans come from a co-op that is owned by a group of widows providing great tasting coffee.
The cupping notes for this delicate tasting coffee includes hints of mango, toffee,and almond butter. It has a balanced swallow with a smooth finish.
This shade grown specialty coffee is imported directly from a family farm in the Peruvian Cloud forest.
Main Street Brew
This dark Guatemalan Coffee is in honor of Main Street in Westminster, MD. A great tasting dark coffee that reminds you of all the qualities of a small city like Westminster.
Telunas Scholarship Donation
Because of the shuttering of the two Telunas Beach Resorts, the scholarship program for local college students has been put on hold. What an opportunity we have here to help keep young Indonesians in the studies during this COVID 19 pandemic.
Our goal through the sales of Telunas Beach Blend Coffee and this donation page is to raise $3,200.00. The cost to keep one person in school in that part of the world is only $322/semester. Every $10 donation goes to support this scholarship fund.
Please make a donation today. Together we can make a difference.
This earthy coffee has been sourced by the LongMiles Coffee Project. The Kizaba is part of the name because it comes from the Kizaba washing station. Ben Carlson and his team are growing excellent coffee in this hard to work in region of the world. This coffee has been grown with great love and care.
Cafe tio Conejo (Medium Roast)
This sweet coffee comes straight from the Cafe tio Conejo coffee farm. Ivanov & Angela Castellanos are the husband/wife team that grows great tasting coffees in the mountains of Colombia.
This coffee has a fruity complex lingering creamy taste.
Furnace Hills Coffee counts it a privilege to partner with these farmers in raising the economic climate in their region by helping many farmers get their delicious naturally grown coffee to market.
Cafe tio Conejo Decaf
This medium roast decaf is Swiss Water Processed. It has a smooth swallow with fruity undertones and an earthy finish.
This is some of the best decaf we will have in our roastery this year.
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