This coffee thinks it’s an orange cognac. From your first sip, you’ll taste orange cognac and caramelly, oaky bourbon spice, with a buttery finish like marshmallow cream. With a profile that’s sweet, creamy, and sparkly at once, like a cognac or fancy fruity liqueur, Broadcast’s Lights on Jackson is a toast-worthy addition to any festive gathering.
Funny enough, this “holiday blend” is comprised of a single origin Myanmar— it was just too good to blend. Myanmar, once known as Burma, sits on the Bay of Bengal in SE Asia. Known to the West primarily for its recent political upheaval, Myanmar has been busy making up for lost time: its 200-year-old coffee industry (began in the 1800s, under British rule) has been quietly flourishing. Brews from Myanmar turn heads because they sit within the sweet spot between African and Indonesian profiles. Myanmar coffees are full of fruit, like Africans, paired with an earthy complexity like Sumatrans. When naturally-processed, like this one, they're often rich and syrupy in texture, with clean and distinct flavors, and a unique, cider-like sparkle.
Lights on Jackson Blend is named for the warm, inviting glow of Broadcast Coffee’s first cafe on Jackson Street in Seattle— a celebration of the spaces and coffees that foster connections, and bring us all together. Complex and sophisticated, but oh-so sippable, Lights on Jackson is a holiday blend to remember. Reserve a fresh bag of our orange cognac coffee, and bring one of Seattle’s coziest cafes into your kitchen.