LeClair Organics was glad to have an article featured about our liberica coffee, racemosa coffee and cascara tea in MSN Money. You may see the full MSN money article here titled “Sask. man pivots business during COVID-19 to sell rare ‘champagne’ of coffee”. The article reviews how I(Jeremy LeClair) have made the realization that we only really drink two species of coffee, arabica and robusta. Interestingly enough, the majority is still only arabica coffee. You may find robusta is used in instant coffees as it has a higher caffeine content and is usually cheaper to purchase. However you still will not find premium robusta easily across Canada. That being said, LeClair Organics as of 2021 provides not only one, but two distinct species of coffee. I think of Liberica being an elusive species and Racemosa is quite exclusive. Liberica is rare and a new import to Canada, however you can find it in the country it grows in. For various reasons it is mostly consumed directly in the country it is produced rather than being exported. As per the article our Racemosa may be considered the champagne of coffees. We offer in a small sampler package with approximately 4-5 espresso shots at a rate comparable to a common champagne. Champagne is a premium offering, however available at nearly every liquor store. Our racemosa coffee on the other hand is an exceptionally rare item.