La Colombe Coffee Featured on Dangerous Grounds
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Need a good, strong, unique cup of coffee? Look no further! Find out where you can get the coffee featured on Dangerous Grounds -- we share the restaurants, cafes and stores that offer the beans that Todd finds on the show. Check out where to try it for yourself, or pick up a bag to make a cup of La Colombe's delicious coffee at home.
Get a taste of this coffee at ABC Cocina in New York City. Or purchase your own bag of Mexico-sourced coffee from the Finca El Retiro at La Colombe’s online store. With wine and cherry notes, this coffee also helps support Mexico’s small, local coffee farmers.
- 38 E 19th St.
- New York, NY 10003 US
- 325 Chestnut Street
- Philadelphia, PA 19106 US
Find the Mario Batali Caffe Italiano line of espresso on the La Colombe website. The Roma Espresso is available now, with the Amalfi Decaf and Abruzzo Filter coming soon.
Todd manages to bring back the Doi Chaang Peaberry -- a shade-grown, handpicked, sundried coffee bean -- for west elm. The peaberry is a kind of coffee bean that grows when the coffee fruit develops only a single oval bean, rather than the 2 flat-sided beans that are usually found. Some people consider peaberry coffee superior to regular coffee because of its delicate flavor.
Find the Doi Chaang Peaberry Coffee in select west elm MARKET stores worldwide.
- 50 Washington Street
- Brooklyn, NY 11201 US
Todd brings back this coffee from the Bulaago Village in the Mt. Elgon region of Uganda. This sweet coffee features fruity notes of raspberry, sugar cane and milk chocolate. Find it on La Colombe's website.
A portion of profits from the La Colombe coffee, Afrique, helps provide housing, food, healthcare and education to orphaned children in Africa, and also helps fund water well drilling.
With the help of the chicken and the tribe, Todd finds his way to the country’s biggest coffee plantation and its kingpin owner. Todd brings back Guatemala’s treasured citrusy coffee bean with a caramel-like sweetness. Find the coffee on La Colombe’s website.
Find La Colombe’s Tanzania coffee from the Matengo Highlands on their website. You can also enjoy a cup of La Colombe coffee at the Four Season Philadelphia.
- 1 Logan Square
- Philadelphia, PA 19103 US