Coffee Verena Street Lock and Dam Brew cups
This blend is roasted to a delicate light to medium (city roast) level to exhibit a warm and smooth body with a crisp roast character and a creamy complexity. They combine beans from several different Central American and South American coffee growing regions to craft a one-of-a-kind coffee flavor and aromatics that cannot be duplicated in any one single coffee bean origin. This blend has a bold flavor while keeping more of the natural coffee characteristics intact. If you like a strong coffee flavor without any bitterness or lingering aftertaste, then this is the coffee that you have been searching for!
- Kosher Certified by the Orthodox Union, the world's most recognized and trusted Kosher certification.
- SUSTAINABLY SOURCED from 100% RAINFOREST ALLIANCE CERTIFIED™ coffee farms. Coffee from Rainforest Alliance Certified™ farms is fairly traded and sustainably grown to benefit and protect farm families, wildlife and the environment.
About Lock & Dam #11™
Located on the Mississippi River in Dubuque, Lock & Dam 11 was constructed between 1934 and 1937, and is located at River Mile 583.0 on the Upper Mississippi River between Dubuque, Iowa and rural Grant County, Wisconsin. Originally planned to be located above Specht's Ferry, Iowa, in 1933 the project was moved to Dubuque due to the high unemployment at the time. Employing as many as 901 people at one time, the lock and dam were constructed at a cost of $7,430,000, a sizeable sum for the 1930s.
Coffee was good, not great. Too pricey for what it was.