Georgia Conservancy Blend is full-bodied with hints of chocolate and a mildly smoky aftertaste. A stout, adventurous coffee if there ever was one! A pre-dawn stroll along the beaches of Sapelo Island, a crisp, foggy morning on the Flint River, a sunrise over Cloudland Canyon, the Georgia Conservancy loves waking up to Georgia’s beautiful natural wonders. And with a cup of Café Campesino's Georgia Conservancy Blend in our hand, it’s just that much better.
Since 1967, the Georgia Conservancy’s mission to protect and conserve Georgia’s natural resources is driven by a vision of a Georgia where people and the environment thrive. And through our Stewardship Trips program, we introduce hundreds of people annually to our state’s most precious places, building advocates for their protection and conservation. In addition to fueling our statewide service trips and weekend adventures, Café Campesino has been a longtime supporter of the Georgia Conservancy and its environmentally-focused efforts in sustainable growth planning, land conservation, coastal protection, and advocacy.
Really good, despite not being the type of roast I prefer. Definitely recommend (esp. if you like medium-to-dark roasts, and supporting important things)
I like the mild-to-medium roasts usually, but I have tried a couple charitable blends from Campesino. I really like this one. It has a proportion of light and darker beans, but nothing so dark that it tastes like burnt toast (which is popular for many big name-brand roasters). I prefer the Ethiopian and Columbian so far, which are both lighter roasts, but for a medium-to-dark roast, this is my favorite so far. I will probably buy it again for some variety.