Medium/Dark

Onyx Coffee Lab

Framily Holiday Origin 2018

Fresh berries, Earl Grey, dark chocolate.

Silky and rounded, this blend features notes of deep chocolate and Earl Grey tea. Add to these a medley of berries doused in sweet cream and punch it up with citrus acidity for a sweet, complex, and satisfying cup.

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Country
Ethiopia
Region
Guji zone
Farm
Hambela Estate
Farmer
Framily Holiday Blend
Elevation
1650-2700m
Variety
Ethiopian Heirloom
Process
Washed Process

Meet Framily Holiday Blend

Framily. (noun).
fram•i•ly
1) A group of individuals that you love, e.g., friends and family.
2) The name for one of the delicious holiday coffees from Onyx Coffee Lab.

The holidays allow us to focus on what truly matters— like framily (friends and family).To aid in celebration, Onyx has created their Framily Holiday Origin special, a blend of coffees from the the famed Habele Estate, Guji zone, Ethiopia.

Things feeling a bit cold between mom and uncle? Just show up with this friendly, beautiful coffee and watch the ice melt. Need an extra bit of warmth and comfort this time of year? According to Onyx, it will even help Republicans and Democrats and cats and dogs get along. Because good coffee is something we all can come together with, and in the end, we are all framily!

Guji Zone, Ethiopia

Here in the Guji zone of the Oromia region north of SNNPR (Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People’s Region) in the southeast of Ethiopia, the fertile deep red earth seems to welcome coffee cultivation, and from its highland slopes heirloom varietals spring up strong and full-flavored. In fact, Coffee Review awarded a stellar 95 points to a representative Guji coffee.

Named after a tribe of the Oromia people, the Guji zone was created in 2002. In terms of geography, cultural, and cup flavors, these coffees from the Guji zone present a distinctive terroir while maintaining the classic profile of the Oromia region: lush with extravagant dark chocolate notes, jasmine-like flowers, and crisp, sweetly-tart acidity.

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Location
Springdale, AR
Contact
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479-799-6552

Onyx Coffee Lab

Lest the myth perpetuate that specialty coffee does not come from Arkansas, Onyx Coffee Lab is blowing that particular urban legend out of the water while creating a few of their own. Husband-wife owners Jon and Andrea Allen have rapidly taken the coffee world by storm with their combination of art and science.

The magic starts with sourcing, with countless small sample batches from coffee importers and with direct visits to farms around the world. "I know direct trade means a lot of different things to different people, but for us if we don’t put money in the producers hands we won’t call it direct trade," says Jon. Once found, the coffees are carefully roasted in twenty-pound or smaller batches, then shared with the three Onyx cafés and over 150 wholesale customers in thirty states.

Clearly Onyx Coffee Lab knows what they're doing: not only were they named Imbibe Magazine's 2016 Coffee Bar of the year, this northwest Arkansas matrix of coffee know-how not only cleaned house at the April 2017 U.S. Coffee Championships, Andrea Allen placed second in the Barista Championship both 2017 and 2018, Dylan Siemans won first in Brewer's Cup 2017, and roaster Mark Michaelson took place first in the Roaster Championship, 2017 and 3rd in 2018. Already in 2019, Onyx has garnered a Good Food Award, and was chosen by Architectural Digest as Arkansas' most beautiful coffee shop.

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