The mouth of the cave was large, seductively hiding its perilous drop. The traveler felt an ache in his back and shoulders, but none of the other climbers noticed the weight of their gear. With careful attention to detail, they prepared themselves for the rappel. One after another they disappeared into the shadowy throat of the cavern. Shrill bird song echoed with liquid reverberation while the sun of a hot Mexican afternoon splashed from off of the backs of a thousand and one swallows. The traveler lowered himself, one second after another, and for a moment thought the bottom would never touch his feet. The opening above became smaller and smaller.
Any new challenge is an opportunity. Zoka takes the challenge of finding a good mixture of organic coffees for its espresso Cuatro seriously. And though the end isn’t always in site, we can find our way to the bottom of things with care and attention to detail. By using the right methods and adept skill we’ve managed to pilot our way into the belly of the beast, blending together an incredible selection of organic coffees to make up our expertly navigated espresso. Like anything worthwhile, Cuatro is the result of exploration for exploration’s sake.