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Tasting Notes:
toasted hazelnut, dried cherry, milk chocolate
fairly traded, organic

This fairly traded organic blend is mild and smooth, with a comforting milk chocolate base. Crowd-pleasing flavor makes this the perfect blend to kickstart any rally.

Each of our blends starts with a flavor idea. Our coffee team takes this idea into the cupping room, where they combine our rotating stock of fresh crop single-origin coffees and our roasters' expertise to build a unique blend that is greater than the sum of its parts.

Shade-Grown: Yes
Certifications: Organic, fairly traded


Building a Sustainable Community.

We are giving $1 for every Rally bag sold to nonprofit organizations. 

This quarter, we are partnering with: 

SPCA of Tompkins County
Since 1902, the SPCA of Tompkins County has been working to end animal cruelty and provide safe shelter to animals. The SPCA became the nation's first open admission no-kill shelter after a resolution by the Board of Directors in 1999, and their shelter, the Dorothy and Roy Park Pet Adoption Center, became the first LEED-certified animal shelter in 2004. Today, the SPCA investigates suspected animal abuse or neglect in Tompkins County, provides TNR (trap-neuter-release) programs for cats, participates in humane education events, and provides low-cost spay and neuter programs for low income members of our community, all in addition to their more well-known animal rescue and adoption efforts. For more information, see spcaonline.com.


Bushwick Street Cats
Bushwick Street Cats is a small nonprofit dedicated to helping community cats. In addition to doing TNR and fostering cats themselves, they assist others with their own cat rescue. They provide traps for catching feral cats and help find homes for friendly cats their neighbors find. With the support of their community they've been able to help hundreds of local felines! In 2019, they spayed and neutered 223 cats and adopted out 117 tame cats from their neighborhood. For more information, see bushwickstreetcats.org.


Since 2017, Rally has raised over $16,000 for nonprofit organizations.