THE BEST QUALITY FROM FARM TO CUP
At Light Rail, we believe that a good cup of coffee is not only the best way to start the day, but a great way to bring people together. This belief drives us to pay attention to the details of the coffee we serve. From where we source our beans and our micro-roasting process, to the methods we use to prepare a perfect cup, these details all add up to the best tasting coffee for you, our customer.
Light Rail Coffeé can be purchased by the bag or cup at our Village Café
We purchase all of our green coffee beans through Café Imports, a company dedicated to responsibly sourcing single-origin beans. They partner directly with the farmers that grow the beans, creating long-term partnerships that ensure the farmers receive a fair price, and that add value to the farmer’s communities.
Quality coffee requires more than just high-quality beans. A flavorful and nuanced cup of coffee requires detailed precision during the roasting process. That is why all of our coffee is micro-roasted in house. Small batch micro-roasting allows us to dial in the roasting process based on how the beans were grown. This attention to detail ensures that every cup of coffee brings amazing flavor and freshness.
Along with roasting, preparation plays a key role in the character in a cup of coffee. Our trained staff is dedicated to preparing each cup of coffee to the highest standards. From the equipment we use, to traditional espresso drink preparations, you can be assured that every cup of coffee you get from Light Rail is the best quality coffee around.
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
Notes: Smooth, Chamomile Tea, Cocoa
Region: Kindeng, Wahgi Valley, Western Highlands
Farm: Various Smallholder Farms
Altitude: 1500–1800 Meters
Notes: Sweet Chocolate, Caramel, Berry
Region: Santa Rosa, San Ignacio
Farm: El Barrancon
Altitude: 1700 meters
Notes: Sugar Cane, Citrus, Floral
Region: Konga, Sede, Yirgacheffe
Farm: Various Smallholder Farmers
Altitude: 1780–1870 Meters
Rotating stock of decaffeinated coffees from South America.