Roasted in The Rocky Mountains Since 1965

Loading...

MASH·UP

Some things just go better together. At Boyer's we think that coffee beans from one place enhance beans from another. So we blend coffees from around the world into a mash-up of flavor.

Go Down
ellipse-up
colombia-honduras-peru-bags

Peru + Colombia + Honduras

Whole Bean

Big, bold, and delicious enough to perfect any morning, this coffee "mashes up" three coffee varieties of organic goodness. The Peruvian coffee brings forth the flawlessly balanced chocolate tones, while the Honduran boasts a lively acidity that harmonizes with the delicious sweetness of the Colombian coffe

Suggested Brewing Method
French Press
Food Pairings
Home-made Chocolate Chip Cookies
Chocolate Avocado Mousse
Spinach & Bacon Quiche

Peru
Harvested by the small co-op in St. Martin Peru, these prized beans are grown at high altitude and with great care. Moderately acidic with a soft body this bean boasts a slightly nutty flavor with a sweet aroma.

Colombia
This classic Colombian coffee brings together a mellow acidity and a strong caramel sweetness, perhaps with a nutty undertone. Sweet and medium-bodied, they have the most recognizable coffee flavor to most North Americans.

Colombia
Honduras has many of the climatic and geographic conditions necessary to produce high quality coffee. Honduran coffees are very balanced with a good mixture of smooth sweetness and some tart, fruity acidity and are often described as having a "clean" flavor.
Peru + Colombia + Honduras

Sumatra + Peru

Ground or Whole Bean

Get ready for the boldest tones of chocolate ever found in a dark roast with our MashUp of Sumatran and Peruvian coffees. The strength and spiciness of Sumatra meets the perfect milk chocolate counterpart when paired with coffee grown by our farming friends in the Primero de Mayo community of St. Martin, Peru.

Suggested Brewing Method
French Press
Food Pairings
Chocolate Cake
Dark Chocolate Bars
Biscottis

Peru
Sumatra has a rich, earthy flavor and is considered to be among the finest beans available. Hailing from the Indonesian island of Sumatra, Sumatran beans are very low in acidity and produce an aroma that ranges from maple syrup to chocolate to toasted almonds.

Colombia
Harvested by the small co-op in St. Martin Peru, these prized beans are grown at high altitude and with great care. Moderately acidic with a soft body this bean boasts a slightly nutty flavor with a sweet aroma.
Peru + Colombia + Honduras

Costa Rica + Honduras

Ground or Whole Bean

Costa Rican coffees are renowned for their winey-ness and tones of dried fruit. It’s a perfect match when paired with the rich dark chocolate tones of Honduran beans. Exceptionally clean fruit tones of plum give way to a semi-sweet aftertaste you wish would last all day. It’s a versatile, easy drinking coffee that goes perfectly with any meal.

Suggested Brewing Method
Drip
Food Pairings
Tarts
Fruit Pastries
Danishes

costa rica
Costa Rica is regarded as one of the world's premiere coffee growing regions due to its volcanic soil and ideal drainage. As a result, Costa Rican coffees tend to be a little more acidic than some and feature subtle chocolaty and fruity undertones. This stuff is "pura vida".

honduras
Honduras has many of the climatic and geographic conditions necessary to produce high quality coffee. Honduran coffees are very balanced with a good mixture of smooth sweetness and some tart, fruity acidity and are often described as having a "clean" flavor.
Colombia + Sumatra

Colombia + Sumatra

Ground or Whole Bean

Colombian coffees are known for their light fruitiness and citrus acidity whereas Sumatrans tend to be bold and earthy. What do you get when you combine them? Call it a "rounded sweetness". The brightness of the Colombian mellows out and balances with the Sumatran body in a fantastically sweet, caramel-like finish. Delicious.

Suggested Brewing Method
Pour Over
Food Pairings
Berries
Vanilla Bean Cupcakes
Cinnamon Buns

colombia
This classic Colombian coffee brings together a mellow acidity and a strong caramel sweetness, perhaps with a nutty undertone. Sweet and medium-bodied, they have the most recognizable coffee flavor to most North Americans.

sumatra
Sumatra has a rich, earthy flavor and is considered to be among the finest beans available. Hailing from the Indonesian island of Sumatra, Sumatran beans are very low in acidity and produce an aroma that ranges from maple syrup to chocolate to toasted almonds.
ellipse-down

MASH·UP Coffee Brewing Methods

 

Drip Coffee Maker

Let's face it, mornings are difficult but with our exclusive Mash-Up Coffees you are guaranteed to be off to a better start. Don't be fooled, drip coffee can be very delicious. Our roastmaster recommends Drip Coffee when you are on the go.

 

French Press

When you need something that is the perfect Mash-Up of big and bold flavor that is sure to leave you satisfied, try brewing your coffee with a French Press. As a full immersion brew method, the mouthfeel will be heavy and delicious. Try it with medium-dark roasted and dark roast coffees and pair them with chocolate treats.

 

Pour Over

When time and the mood hits just right. Have a few extra minutes? Then you need to try Pour Over coffee. Our roastmaster recommends that the pour over brew method is brewed with light and medium roasts for a clean cup of coffee where the origin comes through. Try your pour over coffee with a nice fruit tart or with a sweet brunch.