The Birth of a Southern Magnolia One of the most “trendy” drinks is making its way through our 30A and Panama City Beach communities. With it’s mystical branding and a flavor-packed taste, Noli South is taking our community by storm. As an organic and locally produced “booch” we wanted to take some time to highlight... Read More
We could really make this a braggy piece about “Roaster of the Year,” what that means, why we won, why we are so incredibly rad at what we do, but you know... that’s not our style. Instead of writing about the joys of winning an award like Roast Magazine's Roaster of the Year and... Read More
Where can you find Amavida Coffee at Specialty Coffee EXPO 2018? Will we see you at the 2018 Specialty Coffee Association's annual EXPO? We sure hope so! The Specialty Coffee EXPO is an excellent chance for coffee producers, importers, roasters, baristas and a wonderful variety of other industry partners to connect in person around the thing... Read More
Sourcing specialty coffee is typically a fairly straightforward process, but every now and then you come across specialty coffee beans that you have to jump through some hoops for. Our latest offering, Burundi Nemba, was one of these oddities. We collaborated with Kickapoo Coffee to find and source this specialty coffee through a local Burundian exporter,…
THE ART OF COMMUNITY Floriopolis and their journey to inspire the community through art. Where there is art, there is culture. And where there is culture, there is a community. At Amavida, one of the fundamental reasons we love what we do is because of coffee’s ability to create a culture and bring people together….
We live in a world where a person can order a coffee in just about anyway you can think of. From as simple as black coffee, to adding flavored sweeteners, spices, pumpkins, condensed milk, and even...dare we say it, butter! For a lot of people, it’s all about the luxurious and satisfying texture of CREAM!... Read More
Heading out this morning for my morning “coffee ride”. Luckily, Fridays in the workplace typically have become the “casual day” or “dress down day”. Hopefully the week’s projects are almost finished and you can put a stamp on them. (Not sure if some know how to use a stamp anymore). The Friday morning “coffee ride” is…
With a medium body and notes of citrus, dark chocolate, and bergamot, our Project Congo coffee, produced by the Muungano Cooperative, does more than tantalize taste buds! Together, we can break the chains of inequality and bring prosperity to communities across Congo! https://amavida.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Muungano.mp4 Learn more about our efforts through http://onthegroundglobal.org Read More