Just as the sun starts to rise, you curl up in your favorite chair – wrapped in a fluffy sherpa blanket with a steaming hot cup of Mainstay – a dark roast that is perfect for a warm up on a cold winter morning.
The aroma of this coffee reminds you that life is good - whatever is meant to be will be.
Named for the rope, or line, on a sailboat that extends from the main-top to the foot of the foremast, this coffee is as steady as a body of water on a calm day.
Coming from Finca El Terrerito in Honduras which happens to be the birthplace of the Lopez family’s involvement in coffee. In 2008, an 80-acre bare plot of land was purchased to begin the business. By 2018 Finca Terrerito had grown to 150 acres with a state-of-the-art washing station, livestock stables, sleeping quarters for the nearly 200 pickers that make the farm home during the harvest season and much more. Finca Terrerito is a model farm as it has served the local community and the country of Honduras.
So brew up another cup, snuggle with your loved ones and sip a cup of this beautiful dark roast with notes of chocolate and sugar cane.