The Daily


chocolate, caramel, marzipan


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We designed The Daily to be a balanced and approachable drip coffee, drinkable every day yet complex enough to keep you coming back.

The Daily is built around seasonally fresh components, typically coffees from South and Central America, chosen carefully to bring together our favorite attributes in coffee, from brightness to body, sweetness to finish. Currently, The Daily is made up of coffees from Nicaragua and Honduras, and provides everything we look for in a satisfying, drink-every-day blend.

Freshly Roasted: All orders are roasted on Monday and Thursday and are shipped on the same day. Note that if you order Two-Day Shipping after 7am on any given day, your order will be processed the following roast day. We do this to ensure your coffee arrives to you as fresh as possible!


  • Type


  • Origin


    Matagalpa, Nicaragua | Merendon, Cortés, Honduras
  • Producer


    Fincas Mierisch | Various Smallholder Farms
  • variety


    Caturra, Catuaí, Bourbon, IHCAFE 90, Lemipra, Typica
  • Elevation


    750–1,800 MASL
  • Process



At The Source

This coffee is sourced in part from Los Placeres in Nicaragua, a farm belonging to the Mierisch Family, with whom we have close ties in both Latin America and New York City. Their Red Catuaí beans are planted between 750 and 970 meters in an area lush with shade trees. In following with the goals of the Rainforest Alliance program, Finca Los Placeres aims to decrease water pollution, soil erosion, waste, water usage, and threats to environmental and human health. Upon harvest, this coffee is floated for density, depulped, then fermented in concrete tanks for 12-24 hours depending on the weather. After fermentation, coffee is washed, then delivered to Beneficio Don Esteban to be dried on soft-bedded, tarp-covered patios, where gentle treatment ensures the protective outer layer of parchment stays intact.

Its partner is a sweet, well-balanced coffee we call El Cuzuco, sourced through our partners at Café Imports from the Comercial Internacional de Granos de Honduras (CIGRAH) dry mill in San Pedro Sula. Honduras is one of the top producers of Arabica coffee, and this selection from smallholder farmers in the highland growing areas truly showcases the best of this region. Cool mountain evenings accentuate the sweetness, balance, and structured acidity of these coffees.