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Butterscotch | Golden Raisin | Hazelnut |

Sumava - Costa Rica

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This rich, exceptional single origin hails from the fertile soils of Costa Rica's renowned West Valley region, an area celebrated worldwide for its optimal coffee-growing conditions. The result is a superb, full-bodied coffee that reflects the unique characteristics of its homeland. It bursts with distinct notes of butterscotch and golden raisin, imbued with the warm, nutty undertones of hazelnut. 

Notably, this coffee blend harmonizes perfectly with cream. Its bold, dynamic flavors shine through, complementing the cream's smooth richness rather than being overpowered. Adding cream brings forward the decadent butterscotch notes, transforming your coffee moment into a luxurious experience.

About the Beans




Costa Rica 


 Villa Sarchi 

Altitude, masl 



West Valley, Costa Rica 


Francisco Mena


Washed, Yellow Honey, dried on raised beds

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About the Roaster

Transcend Coffee Roasters believe that great tasting coffee should be the norm, not an exception. They are committed in developing a transparent and sustainable business model so they can help others have access to quality craft coffees at home or on-the go too!


Edmonton, AB


Transcend is Edmonton's first Third Wave coffee roaster and home to former Canadian barista champion Josh Hockin. They've taken the reigns on how we enjoy our morning cup of Joe by embracing new technology in order for you get nothing but the best brew every time!

Our mission

We're on a mission to bridge the gap between a better cup of coffee and tea at home and the local craftspeople who are passionate about producing it.

We want to connect the Edmonton coffee lovers with Edmonton. There are so many great cafes, small batch roasters, and hidden treasures within our city that are waiting to be discovered.

Support Local

Early on our journey, we found out that more than 80% of coffee and tea purchased locally isn't actually local.

Wouldn't it be amazing if 80% of the tea and coffee purchased in Edmonton was local? And, the 20% that came from elsewhere was the very best the world had to offer?