If you’re looking for a stellar cup of coffee in Atlanta, you can’t miss Octane, which has been raising the bar for coffee in the Southeast since 2003.
To satisfy the need for a solid yet intricate house coffee, we offer our Super Regular. This coffee focuses on seasonality, with a changing makeup
of single origin or blends that are fresh off harvest, resulting in a quality cup, no matter the application. Current makeup: Huila, Colombia.
As our primary espresso blend, Gravy is roasted with a focus on yielding the complex and classic qualities necessary to produce a fine drink: sweetness, acidity, and intensity. Using fresh, seasonal coffees, Gravy offers the proper balance of low notes and brightness to make it a great standalone.
White Lightning, Espresso
A special edition espresso blend by Octane, White Lightning is sourced and blended in order to highlight the intense sweetness and fruit-forward character of its components. This blend is the treble to Gravy’s bass line. Current makeup: La Laguna, Guatemala - Rulindo, Rwanda.
Using the most natural method of decaffeination, our water-processed seasonal decaf consists of fresh, seasonal coffees that are carefully selected to preserve flavor and quality. Decaf can be delicious!
Brazil Daterra Estate
This offering hails from one of the finest coffee estates in Brazil, and it definitely shows in the cup. A focus on keen production standards and
nuanced roasting results in a full-bodied, smooth, and satisfying beverage. Tasting notes: full-bodied, smooth, caramel, mild citrus, nut.
El Salvador Finca Santa Elena
Though his farm was destroyed by a nearby volcano some years back, the rejuvenated soil at Don Fernando Lima’s farm now produces one of
El Salvador’s finest crops year after year. Santa Elena offers a complex and ranged coffee crop that earned Cup of Excellence recognition in 2013. Tasting notes: brown sugar, apricot, fig, blackberry, cocoa nib.
Situated just below the Equator in Eastern Africa, Rwanda is a burgeoning power in fine coffees that seem to get better with each passing year.
This coffee is produced by a small cooperative representing local farmers in the western region of the country. Tasting notes: juicy, sorghum, rum, lime, black cherry.
Guatemala La Laguna
This coffee, from a collection of small producers in San Pedro, offers up the balanced, sweet notes for which Guatemalan crops have become
known. Grown in the Santa Clara La Laguna, Atitlan region, this coffee is produced using organic practices while maintaining the indigenous traditions of the local ethnic communities. Tasting notes: balanced, brown sugar, cherry, honey crisp apple, marzipan.
Growing heirloom varieties of the coffee plant that exist freely in the country, the Limmu Inara Farmers Multipurpose Cooperative Union produces this exquisitely light-bodied coffee cultivated from plants native to the region. It offers a cup with sweet, bright notes that are balanced by a fine herbal quality. Tasting notes: light bodied, honey, candied lemon, peach blossom, black tea.
Every month we feature the best coffees that local roasters have to offer. It’s all roasted on demand, and delivered fresh to your workplace.
We even do it with a smile.