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Our Regular Small Batch Fresh Roasted Coffee. Roasted and delivered to you fresh.

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    Colombia is only the fifth-largest country in Latin America and one-ninth the size of the U.S., but it is the third-largest producer of coffee in the world, behind only Brazil and Vietnam. Most Colombian coffee is grown in regions crossed by the Andes Mountains, and a relatively large amount is still produced by smaller farmers. These well-balanced coffee beans have a bright acidity and clean flavor. Colombian Supremo coffee beans are larger and more mature than Excelso varieties and ours are lightly roasted to keep the natural flavors shining through. Each cup has a passionate aroma and satisfying flavor.
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  • Ethiopia_Shegitu_Harar_Type_Green_Bean_Dwelling_Place_Coffee Ethiopia_Shegitu_Harar_Type_Roasted_Dwelling_Place_Coffee
    Ethiopia produces a variety of coffee beans with tantalizing flavor combinations, but those from the southern Ethiopian region of Harar are considered to be the highest quality.  Each bean supplies the taste of chocolate, nuts, citrus fruits and savory spices. Floral tones and a hint of wine in the brewed coffee make your experience even more sophisticated. Each bean supplies the taste of chocolate, nuts, citrus fruits and savory spices. Floral tones and a hint of wine in the brewed coffee make your experience even more sophisticated.
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    Mexico High Grown - What better way to start the day than with a little trip south of the border? No passport necessary! In the late 1600’s, the Spanish introduced coffee plants from Cuba and the Dominican Republic into Mexico. Production took off after the Mexican Revolution, and Mexico is now the largest exporter of organic coffees in the world. Mexican coffee typically comes from high altitudes of at least 4,000 feet. This high grown coffee, or altura, in Spanish, lets seeds develop into hard and dense coffee beans. Most high grown Mexican coffee beans are light-bodied with a mild acidity, and excellent choices for blending.
  • Tanzania_Peaberry_Green_Bean_Dwelling_Place_Coffee Tanzania_Peaberry_Roasted_Dwelling_Place_Coffee
    Tanzania is home to parts of Lake Victoria, Africa’s largest lake, Lake Tanganyika, Africa’s deepest lake, and Mt. Kilimanjaro, where its highland coffee originates. The tropical climate and abundant rainfall over the highlands encourage coffee cultivation. Peaberries are different from most kinds of coffee beans because they grow with one seed in each cherry. The seed becomes the coffee bean, and the cherry is the term for a coffee pod. Most other coffee pods have two seeds each. Only one out of every twenty cherries is a Peaberry, and these rarities have a stronger flavor than regular coffee beans. Tanzania Peaberry coffee beans are brightly acidic with a crisp taste. They are medium-bodied and slightly winy.
  • Vietnamese_Green_Bean_Dwelling_Place_Coffee Vietnamese_Roasted_Dwelling_Place_Coffee
    Our Polished Vietnam Robusta is made with coffee beans from the Highlands of Vietnam. It has a spiciness mixed with floral notes, and a light acidity. A light roast leaves the natural mixture of flavors more detectable, while roasting it to a medium or dark roast can bring out chocolate or caramel notes.