The earliest form of recorded music was a wax cylinder into which grooves were etched as it spun. Music was recorded live directly onto the cylinder, meaning it couldn’t be duplicated or re-recorded. Over time, vinyl records came into style. They were easy to mass produce and could fit much more music onto a side than the cylinder as they spun. Named after the three most popular record speeds, our 33 1/3, 45 and 78 blends are roasted
A blend of Nicaraguan and Salvadoran beans with notes of maple, fudge, praline, and lemon zest. The go-to speed for vinyl record manufacturers, 33, or more specifically 33 1/3, RPM allows for an entire album to fit on a single record. With a slightly higher caffeine content, 33 1/3 might just be the perfect coffee blend to help you finish writing that single!
A blend made up of Colombian and Ethiopian beans with tasting notes of blood orange, chocolate, honey, and caramel. Just enough kick for you to get out there and chase those dreams. Go record that single, sit in at the Jazz Jam, crush a recording session in one take! Beans sourced from Magia del Campo in Tolima, Colombia and Mother Station in Bombe, Sidama.
The early morning drive. Maybe the sun isn’t up yet. There's anticipation in the air. ‘This is what pilots must feel like before they head out,’ you think. You start up the car, the dashboard glows. You have the perfect playlist picked out. There’s a cup of 78 in the center console. Life is good. When you need something strong to get you going, look no further than our dark roast blend of Ethiopian and Nicaraguan beans. Beans sourced from Ethiopia Mother Station Washed and La Estrella
Optimized for espresso right out of the bag, Record Speed is sure to get you revving. This flavorful and aromatic espresso blend contains beans from Java and Brazil, both sourced exclusively from Bellwether. Read more about them below. Beans sourced from Parceiros do Café and Konang Springs Natural