Toby’s Estate Launches Limited Edition Santuario Sul Coffee

Toby’s Estate is launching Santuario Sul, a limited edition rare coffee, this week in its cafés.

Produced exclusively for Toby’s by Luis Paolo Pereira, a farmer in Santuario Sul, Brazil, the roast represents an exciting shift towards agricultural experimentation in Brazilian coffee cultivation. Using a rare Yirgacheffe heirloom variety from Ethiopia, Pereira’s new coffee brings a profile of ripe stone fruit and sweet peonies, a far cry from Brazil’s typical dark, bold and nutty varieties.

Santuario Sul will be carefully roasted every Tuesday at Toby’s Estate’s Williamsburg headquarters, and will be available in limited quantities each week while supplies last (likely through the summer) in cafés and online at Toby’s Estate. Santuario Sul retails for USD $15.50 per 8-oz bag.

Toby’s Estate Coffee is a small batch coffee roaster founded in Brooklyn, New York. As roasters and baristas, they believe that each coffee can tell a story, and seek to share that in every cup. Co-owners Adam Boyd and Amber Jacobsen opened the flagship cafe and roastery in 2012 on a then-deserted stretch of North 6th Street in Williamsburg. The shop quickly became the unofficial clubhouse for the burgeoning neighbourhood, allowing Toby’s Estate to expand into new boroughs, verticals and retailers. Now with a robust wholesale business that includes clients such as Dean & Deluca, Google, Le Bernardin, Van Leeuwen Ice Cream, Whole Foods and many more, state-of-the-art educational facilities, and five neighbourhood cafés, Toby’s Estate strives to make sophisticated and complex coffees as approachable as possible.

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