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Loom Blend

Loom Blend

The perfect daily coffee to drink with nutty, toffee and chocolate flavors!

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Loom is our go-to option for a full bodied, classic cup of coffee. Loom is our primary coffee offering for drip coffee in our coffee shop. We love the pairing of rich chocolate, sweet toffee, and bright acidity!

Loom is one of our foundational blends; currently, it is a blend of Guatemala Huehuetenango, Colombia Washed Huila, and Ethiopia Natural Guji coffees.

Recommended Usage: Drip Coffee, Cold Brew

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Recommended Brewing Methods

Loom was originally designed as our daily drip offering! It is great as a daily drinker coffee aka something you would sip on every day.

We love it on any brewing method you prefer for a cup of coffee.

Brewing Guide

To get the best out of this coffee we always recommend this recipe as a stating point

  • Brew with a 1:16 ratio (one gram of coffee to every 16 grams of water).
  • Use water that is between 198 - 204 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Adjust your grind for a 3-4 minute brew time. (The finer the grind, the longer it will take to brew)

Espresso Recipe

Ground Coffee In: 

17.0 - 18 grams

Espresso Out:

34 - 36 grams

Time it takes:

27 - 33 seconds

For more information on dialing in or tasting espresso, you can see our guide!

Coffee Origin Info


Washed - Huehuetenango

Huehuetenango is located in Western Guatemala bordering Mexico. It is extremely diverse and known for producing some of the best coffees in Latin America due to its climate, altitude, water sources, and traditional varieties. A range of offerings come out of Huehuetenango, including chocolatey volume offerings and fruit-forward microlots.

Bourbon, Catimor, Caturra, Maragogype, Pache Although this offering is not traceable to a single variety, it is likely comprised of Bourbon, Catimor, Caturra, Maragogype, and Pache — the most commonly cultivated varieties in this region.


Huila - Castillo, Caturra & Colombia

Colombian coffee is among the most recognizable and most dynamic in the world, with multiple growing regions whose distinct yet consistently crowd-pleasing profiles reflect the various microclimates that exist in this large country. We source workhorse coffees from various of these growing regions, looking for a cup that contains a nice balance of sweetness, fruity effervescence, and a foundation of cocoa and/or toffee. Most Gran Galope offerings are a blend of coffees from between 10 and 30 smallholder farms, each with comparable cup characteristics and score. Coffees from Huila are cupped and purchased in Pitalito; coffees from Cauca are cupped and purchased in Popayán; and coffees from Nariño are cupped and purchased in both Pasto and La Unión.

This coffee was sourced through Cafe Imports, and it was purchased as green coffee at a price point of $4.53 USD/LBS.


Natural Guji - Kedir Hassen at Sibu Trading - Oromia

Buliye station is a drying station that only produces naturally processed coffee. Owned and operated by Kedir Hassen at Sibu Trading that oversees a number of washing and drying stations in Southern Ethiopia, we taste the quality that Kedir and his teams at Sibu Trading put into the processing of the coffee delivered from the neighboring kebeles.

Buliye is one of those coffees that hits all ends of the spectrum for folks looking for natural processed coffees. It’s heavy on the palette, has some dense sweetness and lovely bright berry-like acidity that reminds us of grape and raspberry. This coffee is everything we look for in a natural processed coffee as well. It’s vibrant and dynamic with a very clean structure.

Importer: Osito Coffee

What size bag should I order?

Great question! Ultimately, it just comes down to your coffee drinking rate, but we loosely recommend the following:

12 oz = Each bag brews approximately 2-3 cups per day for a week.
2 lb = Each bag brews approximately 2-3 cups per day for about 2-3 weeks.
5 lb = Each bag brews approximately 4-5 cups per day for about 3-4 weeks.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews

This is my new go to daily coffee!!!! My husband and I love it!

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