New crop just arrived mid April 2014 - Limited coffee production - A perennial favorite with a big following.
$8.24 (As Low As $6.59 )
Arrived new crop mid February in grainpro and now offered for the first time. A sweet Honey Red Bourbon from Granja La Esperanza farm in Colombia. A few like minded colleagues and ourselves parlayed a few varieties from this very high quality farm. They own several plots of land and seek to establish which varieties grow best and which processes hihglight those cherries. This honey (semi-fermented) version of their Red Bourbon cultivar is a wonderful example of sweetness and harmonious balance.
$10.03 (As Low As $8.50 )
New crop arrived late March 2014. 1650 meter coffee from a large, meticulous farm in Antioquia. Farm ownership is detailed and controls every aspect of production toward maximizing quality. Good value, solid Supremo.
$6.76 (As Low As $5.41 )
Arrived several months ago and stored in grainpro until. A stunning, floral and melony cup that impressed us very much. Only 100 pounds available.
$9.87 (As Low As $8.35 )
Arrived November 2013. Semi washed, wet hulled, clean lot. Shares some some of the qualities of Sumatra coffee. Sweet chocolate, woody tones.
$6.45 (As Low As $5.16 )
Latest arrival January 2014. Mild, sweet cupping, lightly acidic. This nice decaffeinated coffee is Fair Trade certified.
$7.35 (As Low As $5.88 )
Arrived late December 2013, first of the new crop Brazils. Excellent candidate for your espresso blends or single origin espresso. Chocolate, citrus and bright red fruit. Acidity is medium and sweet with citrus. Produced by 3 small Laranjal farm properties in the Pocos de Caldas Region.
$6.65 (As Low As $5.60 )
Arrived September 2013 in grainpro. Strawberry and lighter cherry notes with lime make for a graceful, well prepared and not overly powerful natural processed coffee.
$7.97 (As Low As $6.70 )
Arrived October 2013. Especially clean, vibrant and smooth cupping. The Ketiara Cooperative is a progressive organization with a majority of women as stakeholders.
$6.84 (As Low As $5.47 )
Arrived November 2013. Back for a second year. An unusual mildly fruity coffee. The varietal is Ravuna, itself a hybrid specific to this micro region, is sun dried in the husk.
$7.50 (As Low As $6.50 )
New crop arrived late Sept 2013 in grainpro and boxed. Fruit intensity with strawberry and cinnamon , plus lychee. Long finish. Our top pick from a recent cupping of Ninety Plus Ethiopia coffees.
$18.20 (As Low As $16.75 )
Arrived August 2013, new crop. Small lot particularly clean and silky.
$8.31 (As Low As $6.99 )
Most recent arrival January 2014. Peru is the largest producer of organic coffee in the world. Medium/heavy body and considerable acidity. Clean, well structured. Good straight but a welcome addition to many blends requiring body and brightness.
$6.54 (As Low As $5.23 )
New crop arrived August 2013. Very small and new cooperative producing fine washed coffee, tabled sun drying.
$6.82 (As Low As $5.50 )
New crop arrived September 2013, a direct import coffee. We have history with this farm and this is a particularly nice lot. Extremely high grown produces hard beans with concentrated flavor. Chocolate plus citric acidity and mouthfeel of Dutch cocoa. Clean, clear and well balanced.
$6.22 (As Low As $4.98 )
New crop arrived late August 2013 in vacuum packaging, from the main crop season. Auction microlot, single estate coffee from the Kirinyaga district processed and milled at local facilities. Extremely complex and well balanced. An outstanding example of top Kenya.
$9.99 (As Low As $8.99 )
Direct import , new crop arrived August 2013, in grainpro. Crisp, citrusy, elegant cup with dry, clean finish. Very solid.
$7.99 (As Low As $6.60 )
Arrived mid July 2013, new crop. Finca La Tacita is a genuine Guatemala Antigua grown and processed by a fourth generation coffee family from Bourbon varietal, the Fallas, who also own Finca San Sebastian. An excellent value for a top Antigua.
$6.65 (As Low As $5.32 )
Arrived end July 2013; beautiful, very high grown microlot. Direct trade. Both grown and milled by Hector Bonilla, who owns the Don Mayo micro mill and has a few of Tarrazu's most prized coffee properties. His coffee, from this same farm, won 1st place in CoE in 2009. We have been buying this Don Mayo coffee for several years and it has a loyal following.
$7.91 (As Low As $6.72 )
New crop just arrived late August 2013. Perennial favorite and always a terrific example of high grown traditional Panamanian coffee. Delicate, floral aroma. Very bright, fruity, melon-like sweetness, chocolate and berries. Direct trade.
$9.64 (As Low As $8.68 )
2013 crop arrived late August in Grainpro bags. Outstanding candidate for single origin espresso. Deep, fruity, earthy, tropical flavors.
$9.64 (As Low As $8.68 )
2013 crop arrived late July, a direct import arrangement. Big,bold, exotic cup of favored Mocha flavors. Clean cupping.
$12.51 (As Low As $11.26 )
New crop arrived late July. Juan Ramon Alvarado, who won first place in the 2012 Costa Rica Cup of Excellence with a huge 93.47 points for his neighboring Zamora farm, is masterful as both grower and micro processor. At his Brumas micromill he can process various levels of honey and natural coffee from the cherries grown on his several choice farms.
$8.42 (As Low As $7.16 )
Arrived mid July new crop. The 'second coffee' and 100% Geisha varietal from Hacienda Esmeralda. Wonderfully crisp, delicate, floral and delightful cup at bargain prices for Geisha from this world famous property. Sorry, no further discount.
2013 crop arrived late July in grainpro. Jaime Cardena is a master of honey coffee and produces terrific coffee year after year, though in very small quantity from his West Valley, high altitude farm.
$9.92 (As Low As $8.60 )
Arrived July 2013, new crop. Multiple organic certifications, this exotic, high grown coffee is a pleasure to drink with peach and plum flavors.
$8.67 (As Low As $7.37 )
2013 crop arrived late July in Grainpro bags.High grown 1800 meter Yellow Honey Caturra that we purchased in 2012 but have not yet offered. Sweet, but mild fruit penetration. Nearly minty fragrance. Grown by noted noted West Valley farmer Gillio Francesca Ferraro.
$8.42 (As Low As $7.16 )
2013 new crop arrived late July in Grainpro. A much sought after coffee with our customers last year. 1st place Cup of Excellence 2011. A lovely, well rounded and complex cup. Very high grown in Tarrazu at 1950 meters.
$8.71 (As Low As $7.50 )
Latest arrival November 2013, first of this season's crop and it is grade 1, something unusual. This lovely example of Yrgacheffe is sweet and has chocolate mouthfeel. A particularly nice lot.
$7.80 (As Low As $6.25 )
New crop arrived mid June 2013. A versatile dense coffee from a micro region in Tarrazu. Washed processing is done at the Cooptarrazu. Clean, sweet cup and a good value.
$6.16 (As Low As $4.93 )
Arrived March 2013. Our top microlot pick for this season. A terrific value in this classy Bourbon.
$7.57 (As Low As $6.50 )
Arrived May 2013 and fresh from decaffeinated. A unique opportunity to try a top single origin, single plantation coffee in a decaffeinated form. We think you will find it to be among the best the decafs you have tasted.
$6.96 (As Low As $5.85 )