In Collaboration with Rob Lee
We are excited to launch Ecuador Amaluza in collaboration with Rob Lee and his popular podcast, The Truth in This Art (voted Best Podcast in Baltimore in 2022)!
Rob Lee is a creative force and cultural curator, best known for his thought-provoking documentary podcast. Through candid conversations with artists, curators, and a diverse array of creators, Rob's podcast explores the vibrant world of arts and culture with a focus on Baltimore and beyond. Rob is a Baltimore native and protective of his city.
As he grows in his artistry, Rob has become increasingly passionate about showcasing the brilliance and beauty in communities that are too often overshadowed and overlooked. With The Truth in This Art, he seeks to inspire and encourage locals, natives, and transplants alike to take pride in their city and all the unique perspectives and stories it has to offer.
Through his work, Rob is changing the way we think about arts and culture, one conversation at a time. We couldn't be happier to partner with such a creative force for good in Baltimore. 10% of proceeds for every 12oz bag sold will be donated to Baltimore Improv Group (BIG), Baltimore's leading non-profit comedy venue.
This coffee comes to us from about 10 small scale growers located in the southern half of Ecuador near the town of Amaluza. The Andes mountains in this region provide the right climate, elevation and diverse flora and fauna favorable for growing coffee. Get dialed in to notes of pomegranate and brown sugar by starting with a ratio of 1:16.5, filtered water at 208-210℉ and a 3-3.5 minute brew time