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Roast level: Medium

Red Cross "Morning Rescue" Blend

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Tasting notes:
A delicately smooth and balanced blend with a bright, sweet acidity and a silky mouth feel. Full, sweet walnut and honey notes are complemented by a delicate peach and earthy-spice undertone.

Bean profile:

  • Roast: French

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.


10% of the proceeds of this coffee go to The American Red Cross of Greater
Kansas City.

The American Red Cross, a humanitarian organization led by volunteers and
guided by its Congressional Charter and the Fundamental Principles of the
International Red Cross Movement, provides relief to victims of disaster and help
people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies.

The Greater Kansas City Chapter is committed to providing relief to people in need across the nation and here at home:

  • In the aftermath of September 11th, the Greater Kansas City Chapter responded by sending 28 volunteers to multiple response areas. The community raised $10 million, making Kansas City the fifth most generous city in the nation.
  • After Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Region on Aug. 23, 2005, the Kansas City community rushed to the aid of its southern neighbors with more than $7,240,000 in donations.
  • When a 2007 tornado touched down in the small Kansas town of Greensburg, it
    demolished almost everything in its wake. The Greater Kansas City Community
    responded with more than $150,000 in donations.