New coffees continue to arrive or are on their way. These coffees will be available on our site within a week or so but we just wanted to give you some advance on them.
We have four new coffees coming from Panama, all new crop of course. They are:
- Hector Vargas’ Panacoffee microlot from Boquete, a blend of Typica and Catuai that is just sensational. We know Hector for some years and we bought all of this coffee. In the Best of Panama this year, his coffee commanded a high price and a lot of competitive bidding.
- Two from Wilford Lamastus’ Elida Estate, also in Boquete, his Elida Estate Reserve, always a top ranking fully washed coffee; also his natural process version of the same coffee. Processing without washing produces a completely different cup profile.
- The ever-popular Carmen Estate by Carlos Aguilera of Volcan Panama, just across the ridge from Boquete.
All three growers (and their four coffees) are top shelf.
Just arrived today and will be on our site within days is Yemen Mocha Harazi that we directly imported. This is carefully selected, top quality coffee from Yemen. Yemeni coffee can be very tricky to purchase and this one is excellent.
We still have two coffees still to list from our trip to Costa Rica, Jose Arce’s Finca Chepe and Monte Copey de Dota.
This is a difficult and expensive year for Kenya coffee but we just found an auction lot of peaberry from the Guama mill. It has a lot of depth and layers of flavor. Lastly, a new decaffeinated coffee for us, Mountain Water Processed from Honduras.
In all, nine new coffees will hit our offering list within days. Details and pricing to follow. Check our “new arrivals” section.