The feast kicked off at 2:30pm amidst the trees and beautiful setting of Suzie’s Farm in San Diego. Guests enjoyed chilled bee from Ballast Point Brewery and wine from Vesper Vineyards and Stehleon Winery. Servers from Common Sense Events served incredible farm-fresh appetizers prepared by Terra American Bistro.
Post cocktail hour, guests strolled the pathways for a tour of the farm. Suzie’s Farm guides led the way, exploring and discussing all the benefits, challenges, and life lessons from organic farming in San Diego
As guests sat down for the delicious dinner, they got to hear from Farm Fresh to You, Suzie’s Farm, Ballast Point Brewery, Vesper Vineyards, Stehleon Winery, and the chef at Terra American Bistro. Our Community Outreach Director, Mollie Moisan, also spoke about Pachamama Coffee and our unique, 100% farmer-owned business model.
As servers brought out the dessert, we served post-dinner pour over coffees and cold brew. The coffees we chose to serve were our Santa Clara, Guatemala, for guests preferring a balanced, rich taste, and Ethiopia Sidamo, for those preferring a livelier, fruity coffee. The cold brew was prepared from La Flor de Africa, a blend from Ethiopia, Nicaragua, and Mexico.
We were so pleased with the turnout and positive feedback on all of our coffees.
If you receive a Farm Fresh to You box, don’t forget to add-on farmer-direct coffee to your next order.
And if you don’t get the box, check out our Coffee CSA program, where you can sign up and get coffee delivered straight to your doorstep on a regular basis. There’s no more direct way to get your coffee straight from the farmer.