Lady Falcon Coffee Club's name is inspired by the women of the Falcon Ladies' Bicycling Club. In a neighborhood of abandoned streetcars on Judah Street in the 1880s, these rebellious women fought back against corsets and petticoats to ride bicycles and seek freedom of movement.
Woman-owned, woman-roasted Lady Falcon Coffee Club imagines their lives of grit, tenacity, and a passion for fun, seeking a place that would embrace and appreciate their quirky flair for originality. Their coffee is handcrafted the old-fashioned way in their own unique style, harnessing their own spirit of originality.
We hail from a far-out corner of San Francisco, where city meets ocean We are lady coffee-bean roasters, creators and tastemakers.
We are trailblazing the way with cascara tea (rich in antioxidants).
We are vintage-truck-driving baristas. We explore, dream, and discover. We believe happiness looks gorgeous on you.
Coffee has been and continues to be a male dominated industry. Less than 13% of all coffee roasters are women. The coffee shelf at the grocery store is dominated by masculine, minimalist design schemes. Lady Falcon embraces our femininity with pink pastel bags featuring a Mucha-esque goddess and a wax seal. We're female founded, and female run - we craft roast coffee with style.
Atta Girl: Single origin blend of Ethiopia/Guatemala/Rwanda. Tasting notes: CACAO NIB · DONUT PEACH · HONEYSUCKLE.
Founder Kitty grew up in the Mission District of San Francisco, 1st Generation American during the Depression where they had their own street talk and “atta girl” was one of her favorites and she used it consistently throughout her long life to shower love me with love and praise. “Atta Girl” is now in the Webster Dictionary— lesson learned: if you stick around long enough, you become noteworthy, perhaps even legendary.
EPIC: 3 Ethiopians. Tasting Notes: DRIED BLUEBERRY · MAPLE SYRUP · MEXICAN HOT CHOCOLATE
STOKED: 3 Colombias. Tasting Notes: MILK CHOCOLATE · HAZELNUT · NOUGAT
STAIRWELL: 3 single origin Mexicos - Mexico La Concordia Jaltenango, Mexico Veracruz Ernesto Perez, and Mexico Oaxaca Miramar. Tasting notes of Toasted Marshmallow, Pluot, and Woody Mezcal. One of our favorite regions is now a single origin blend! , we know you will love it as much as we do.
Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Biloya: Tasting Notes: BLACKBERRY · CURRANT · PECAN This coffee hails from the southern region of Ethiopia, which has a reputation for producing some of the most sought-after and characterful coffees in the world. It is home to some unique, heirloom varieties, thanks to high altitude and abundant sunshine. This small-bean coffee has tasting notes of Blackberry, Currant, and Pecan — perfect for slow sipping on an autumn day.
Woman-owned, small batch, eco-friendly, made in USA