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Roast level: Light

Ladies of Charity Blend

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Description

Tasting notes:
Sweet, nice mellow acidity, velvet-like body, some sweet citrus and cherry. Nice long chocolate finish.

Bean profile:

  • Roast: Vienna

If you live in the Kansas City area and would like to pick this product up from our Plant (1204. W. 27th Street, Kansas City, MO 64108), please just give us a call at
816.931.4000 24 hours in advance. We roast only what we need, so once you call in your order, we'll have it ready the next day.

Story

10% of the proceeds of this coffee go to Ladies of Charity.

Ladies of Charity of Kansas City is an organization of over 800 women who respond with volunteerism and financial assistance to low income, sick, and disadvantaged individuals. The group belongs to the Ladies of Charity of the United States of America, a national organization of over 8,000 women. The Ladies of Charity of Metro Kansas City volunteers give over 60,000 hours annually in activities from major fund-raising projects to hands-on support of various health, social, and spiritual activities.

The Ladies of Charity story began over 350 years ago at Chatillon-les-dombes in the Diocese of Lyon, France. Inspired by the vision of Vincent de Paul and with the help of St. Louise de Marillac, the first Ladies of Charity association was established in 1617 for the purpose of serving the sick and needy.