Seedhouse Coffee

Women's Reserva Gift 2-Pack


Women's Reserva Gift 2-Pack

Taste two excellent and contrasting coffees from the same region! This box contains 8oz Women’s Reserva & 8oz Nayarit, Mexico.

Women's Reserva:

Nearly every coffee you've ever drank has been touched by the hands of a woman. 

She is the field worker, the harvester, the sorter. This coffee is rare and different because it comes from women-owned farms and lady bosses personally bring this top lot to market.

Expert natural processing and careful roasting brings to life notes of sweet almond cream and strawberry. Honor the women in your life, promote equity, drink amazing coffee. 

  • Whole Bean (for Ground Coffee please specify in order notes!)
  • Biodegradable Bag


A subtle take on natural-processing translates to soft and sweet in the cup. Flavor notes of candied orange and chocolate malt. Would recommend.

This group in Nayarit is constantly in the lab elevating their understanding of ideal growing practices and processing methods. Helping farmers improve the agricultural side of coffee has huge positive ripple effects all the way down a historically difficult supply chain. 

  • Region: Tepic, Nayarit
  • Varietal: Typica, Caturra
  • Process: Natural
  • Altitude: 3,500 ft.
  • Whole Bean (for Ground Coffee please specify in order notes!)
  • Biodegradable Bag

Each Seedhouse Coffee is roasted using modern techniques to maximize its unique potential. This means adjustments slightly lighter or darker, longer or shorter, or other depending on what the beans have to offer.  In practice our coffees will taste more or less medium-roasted. We develop each coffee’s roast profile to complement and enhance the reasons we're excited to share it with you. 

Steamboat artist Katie Earixson with MtnMnd Designs uses a combination of watercolor, gouache, and digital mediums to create stunning original artwork. Our colorful labels celebrate each coffee's origin by taking design inspiration from traditional regional textile patterns.  We like to celebrate the connection between the farmers who grew the coffee and the people who drink it.. and, of course, our small place in between.