Satellite Blogcaffeinated inspiration
Independent coffee shop owners and roasters like us flocked to Boston this year for the Specialty Coffee Association of America’s 2019 Expo. We went to sip, slurp, and trade with international farmers/growers, brokers, and equipment makers and to see and sample everything new and innovative.
For many, coffee is simply thought of as a small, albeit necessary, part of a daily routine, but at Satellite, we know it’s so much more than that. Behind each cup of coffee we serve lies the story of distant regions and the work of generations. That’s why we take the utmost care when sourcing the beans we use at our cafes, ensuring our high standards are met.
In late 2018, Satellite Coffee introduced a new coffee bean at all of its cafes: Abakundakawa from Rwanda. The coffee has made a name for itself with its crisp, well-balanced aroma, accented with notes of citrus. But the truly special thing about it isn’t just its unique flavor – it’s where it comes from, and the people who are responsible for its production.