Developed in the cold Minnesota weather, Wolf Tooth Singletrack Pogies handle the ever-changing winter weather while keeping hands warm. - Easy hand access - Adjustable cuff allows you to adapt the warmth of the pogie based on the weather conditions and how hard you are working - With the cuffs folded down the hand opening flares open and provides coverage up to your wrist - Velcro, snap, and strap cinch seal around handlebar and cables - Patent-pending design with three distinct warmth settings: Warmest (cuff up, zipped up), Warmer (cuff up, zipper open), Warm or Singletrack Mode (cuff folded down) - Waterproof and durable rip-stop nylon construction Compatibility - Fits most flat bars. The inner diameter of the handlebar should be between 17mm and 20mm. For most carbon bars and lighter aluminum bars, it is helpful to wrap a few layers of electrical tape around the plugs before inserting into the bars and tightening the screws. Tech Specs - Weight: 280g / 20g plugs - Material: 420D Diamond Rip-Stop Nylon laminated with jersey and closed-cell foam. Fabric is waterproof but seams are not waterproof sealed. - Includes: Two Pogies and two durable quick-disconnect handlebar plugs
It’s a little cloth patch that you can patch stuff with! Sew it on a hat or iron it on a bag, if you are so inclined. For the ride or whatever, it’s the perfect accessory for the fashion-conscious. - Dimensions: 3.5 x 3”
This is very same mug used in Colectivo cafes for years! It's a tried-and-true friend for the coffee lover who knows that somehow, coffee tastes better in a sturdy ceramic mug. Just the right size and weight for your morning cup.
The black and tan has been a classic pub favorite for years. When a dark beer is poured over a lighter, brighter one, the result is a delicate balance of flavors. Our version embodies the same spirit, combining a rich, full-bodied dark roasted coffee with a sweet, clean, light roast in a blend that looks almost as good as it tastes - and you don't need a funny bent spoon to enjoy it!
Blue Heeler has been one of our most popular blends for more than twenty years. Named after Mina, our Australian Blue Heeler mascot, this is a coffee that stays true cup after cup. We combine our regular and dark-roasted Sumatra Highlands to create a blend worthy of Mina's namesake. It features a floral, earthy aroma with a full body and a spicy, smoky flavor.
A Colectivo-exclusive coffee, Paso Fino comes from a group of small-scale farmers in the Department of Cauca in southwestern Colombia – a relationship of which we are very proud to be a part. Each producer's lot is screened and cupped at the point of delivery and then again at the exporter's lab, and the best lots are selected and blended to create an intense but balanced coffee with pronounced, sweet acidity and full body. This is GREAT Colombian coffee!
To create our Colectivo-exclusive Campeón, we dug deep into the Dota Valley of Costa Rica and selected a handful of the highest quality lots from the 700+ producer members of Coopedota. These coffees exhibit pinpoint acidity, supportive body and a subtle fruitiness that is a result of harvesting only ripe coffee cherries. A true champion, this is a coffee that lives up to its name.
Nestled in the heart of Tarrazú, Costa Rica’s most famous coffee-producing region, Coopedota boasts just over 900 members and is widely known as one of the country’s top cooperatives. We've been sourcing from Coopedota since 2007 for our Campeón Session Coffee™ and are excited to offer this limited Seasonal selection made up of our favorite micro-lots. Named after the town of Santa María de Dota where the cooperative is based, Flor de Santa María represents the best of this year’s crop. We love its crisp, well-balanced flavors of citrus, cranberry, and green apple complemented by a juicy acidity. ¡Pura vida!
We've roasted our regular Sumatra Highlands - Organic / Fair Trade darker to bring out the coffee's earthy flavor and full body. This coffee grows on a variety of small-scale farms located in the Indonesian island of Sumatra's northern tip. The farmers, members of Fair Trade certified cooperatives, are dedicated to producing some of the best Sumatran coffees. Dark Sumatra Highlands features flavors of molasses, licorice and chocolate.
Sometimes we all need a little help waking up, and that’s where Del Sol comes in. The combination of light and medium-roasted coffees creates a dynamic cup with the sweet, pronounced acidity you need to pry open your eyes and just enough full, smooth body to prop you up. Whether enjoyed with breakfast or while running out the door, you can always count on Del Sol to start your day with a little shine.
Named for the resplendent long-tailed quetzal (ket-SAL), the national bird of Guatemala and also its currency namesake, this exceptional coffee is produced on the southwestern shores of Lago de Atitlán. It is there that Tz'utujil-speaking, small-scale Mayan farmers grow typica, bourbon, caturra, and red and yellow catuaí cultivars at an average of 1,600 meters above sea level. The full body and juicy acidity take flight when rounded out by flavors of milk chocolate, citrus, and tropical fruits.
As a straight shot, our Peacemaker Espresso carries notes of cherry, lemon and spicy chocolate to create a bright, full and balanced espresso. Sip it on its own or fire up your steam wands and find out for yourself why we chose the name Peacemaker - this is an espresso that "makes peace" remarkably well with milk!
On the northern tip of Sumatra island, the Gayo Highlands region churns out some of the best coffees in all of Indonesia. The rich, volcanic soils and unique cultivars create a cup profile prized for its complexity and rich, syrupy body. We source from the most reputable Fair Trade cooperatives that are dedicated to continuous quality improvements as well as providing economic and social benefits for their many members. This lot of Sumatra Fair Trade/Organic Highlands comes from the Arisarina cooperative and features flavors of molasses, spices, and pineapple with nice acidity. Enjoy!
Espresso Toro brings together four coffees from around the globe, each selected and tailor-roasted with espresso preparation in mind. For body, earth tones, and richness, we use coffees from Brazil and Sumatra; coffees from Costa Rica and Guatemala add acidity, sweetness, and fruit notes. In the demitasse or combined with steamed milk, Toro delivers a harmonious profile with notes of chocolate and orange peel, followed by a long, bittersweet finish. Grab your tamper and give it a shot!
A state trail pass is required for all people age 16 or older biking, cross-country skiing, horseback riding or in-line skating on certain trails. A state trail pass is not required for walking or hiking. Wisconsin state trail pass fees are the same for residents and non-residents. The annual pass is good for the calendar year and the daily pass is good for the day of purchase. (Daily passes are available in-shop for $5)
Brazil Canarinho (Little Canary) sings a sweet and smooth tune. It is grown on family-run farms passed down from one generation to the next in Minas Gerais, the largest coffee-producing state in the world's No. 1 coffee-producing country. Our Canarinho, which shares its nickname with the Brazilian men's national soccer team, is low in acidity but intensely flavorful, displaying notes of chocolate, roasted nuts, and tobacco while boasting a dense, satisfying body.
Co-optiva is a celebration of the small-scale farmers who are committed to growing high quality coffees. We've combined organic, single-origin coffees produced by Fair Trade-certified cooperatives to highlight the coffees sourced through some of our long-standing relationships. With flavors reminiscent of chocolate and molasses, Co-optiva is a full-bodied coffee with medium acidity, suitable for sipping all day, every day.
As the birthplace of coffee, Ethiopia stands out among other origins for its unique profiles. The growing regions in the southern part of the country in particular are renowned for their delicate, floral, and citrusy flavors complemented by refined acidity. Named after a double-sided hand drum commonly used in traditional music, our Kebero captures these distinctive characteristics and underscores Ethiopia’s special place in the coffee-producing world.
As the birthplace of coffee Ethiopia also is the ancestral home of the natural process, in which ripe coffee cherries are picked and dried without first removing the skin and pulp. This method imparts an intense fruitiness to the roasted coffee, and we’ve created Indigo to showcase the hallmark blueberry notes found in a natural Ethiopia. Featuring flavors of dark chocolate, cranberry, and baking spices, this blend is well-balanced, sweet, and juicy.
Colectivo’s history with Kulaktik dates back to 1998 when we were introduced to the cooperative through its Milwaukee sister parish. Located in the highlands of Chiapas, the group now boasts more than 250 members who grow coffee at elevations ranging from 1,350 to 1,800 meters. After years of dependence on outside organizations, Kulaktik – meaning “vine” in the Mayan language Tzeltal – now carries its own export license and continues to focus on quality improvements. The result is a coffee rich in flavors of plum, dark chocolate, and concord grape with a medium body. We’re proud of the co-op's progress, and we look forward to sharing this offering going forward. Enjoy!
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