Lady Falcon Coffee Club

Atta Girl Coffee, Whole Beans

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10.10oz bag of Atta Girl.

It is a single origin blend of Ethiopia/Guatemala/Rwanda.

Tasting notes: CACAO NIB · DONUT PEACH · HONEYSUCKLE

"Atta Girl" is an expression of encouragement she used unsparingly to cheer me on to embrace life’s opportunities. 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 named in honor of Lady Falcon Coffee Club's founder's grandmother, the dynamic Kitty O'Shea. Kitty grew up in the Mission District of San Francisco, a first-generation American during the Depression, where street talk colored every interaction and “atta girl” was a favorite Kittyism. She used it unsparingly through her long life to espouse love, praise, and a reminder to embrace life's opportunities. “Atta Girl” is now in the Webster Dictionary; lesson learned that if you stick around long enough, you become noteworthy—perhaps even legendary. 


About Lady Falcon Coffee Club:

Born in San Francisco, the name Lady Falcon Coffee Club is a respectful nod to an era in San Francisco's ocean beach history. In the 1880’s, an impromptu neighborhood of abandoned street cars on Judah Street became “Carville-by-the-Sea.” Carville housed many a freethinker. The Falcon Ladies Bicycling Club was one of the first street cars in the bunch and helped shape the legend of Carville.

These women were rebels in their own way, in their own day. Ladies straddling bicycles in the late 1800’s... women couldn’t even legally vote then and were restricted by corsets and petticoats. With bicycling, a freedom of movement liberated them. They must have felt like they had wings.

With deep roots on Judah Street in San Francisco, Lady Falcon Coffee Club sought to imagine the lives of these forerunners who built the spirit of the neighborhood on a sand dune they love so well -- with recycled streetcars, grit, tenacity and a passion for fun. They found like-minded bohemians and artists and created a club in the outskirts of the City, in a new neighborhood that embraced and appreciated their quirkiness as well as their flair for originality.

Lady Falcon Coffee Club coffee harnesses that spirit of originality, as they handcraft their coffee the old fashioned way and with their own unique style—in their own way, in their own day. They hope you will love it.