Arrived late December 2014 in grainpro. First new crop Burundi to arrive and a very nice, crisp coffee. Very chocolatey with red apple acidity mouthfeel, velvety. Orange, citrus notes.
$6.92 (As Low As $5.54 )
Arrived November 2014 in vacuum packaging. This is a 2 time top 10 Guatemala Cup of Excellence winner, first time in 2010 for 2nd place and in 2014 8th place. Environment conscious farm with sustainable focus, all shade grown. Washed coffee with full sun drying.
$16.32 (As Low As $15.01 )
Arrived late November boxed and in Grainpro. Another Ninety Plus coffee but this time a refined, washed coffee from the Nekempte region of Ethiopia. Grown at extremely high altitude, this is clean, succulent cup. We offered Kemgin last year to many satisfied home roasters.
$13.97 (As Low As $12.57 )
Arrived November 2014 in grainpro. Natural coffee is round and layered with tropical fruit background notes. Good component choice for traditional espresso blends. Higher citric acidity, fruit and chocolate notes, and more sweetness which will produce complex cups and espresso.
$6.97 (As Low As $5.58 )
New crop arrived early October in grainpro. This was our top cupping natural this season - sweet cherry and lemon on the palate, and very clean.
$8.07 (As Low As $6.75 )
Arrived mid September, 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.
New crop arrived late October 2014 in grainpro Delicate, lightly floral aroma. Flavors of orange citrus, maple.
$8.90 (As Low As $7.40 )
Arrived late November 2014. Supremo, the largest size sort from Colombia, from the noted Southwestern part of the country. Good value, solid Supremo. These coffees are capable of being roasted across a wide range from light to darkest. Very high grown, mainly above 1750 meters.
$6.41 (As Low As $5.13 )
Arrived May, 2014 vacuum packaged. Single farm microlot and very fairly priced. Spicy flavors, a sweet and creamy aftertaste. Nice coffees from Bolivia seem to be harder to find lately. This coffee shows a lot of care taken in preparation.
$7.88 (As Low As $6.55 )
Arrived late October 2014 this is a terrific water decaffeinated coffee that is about as close to regular as seems possible. See if you can tell its decaf in a blind taste test!
$7.62 (As Low As $6.50 )
New crop arrived late Sept 2014 in vacuum boxes. Fruit intensity with orange and tangerine, plus chocolate. Long finish. Our top pick from a recent cupping of Ninety Plus Ethiopia coffees.
$18.80 (As Low As $16.75 )
Latest arrival end October 2014, it is grade 1, and an especially well sorted lot. This lovely example of Yrgacheffe is floral and has chocolate mouthfeel. A particularly nice lot. Read the full details.
$7.92 (As Low As $6.70 )
Arrived September 2014 a wonderful new crop arrival. A full, smooth body with tones of black currant, citrus acidity, vanilla and hints of nuttiness.
$7.54 (As Low As $6.40 )
Direct import , new crop arrived September 2014, in vacuum packed boxes. Very elegant, rounded, smooth cup with dark fruit components. Long finish. Roasts very evenly, especially in drum roasters.
$8.08 (As Low As $6.75 )
Arrived late summer 2014 packed in Grainpro bags and has remained unopened until now. Very fruity, notably showing cherry and chocolate notes. Small production of natural from this boutique farm in Tarrazu.
$9.90 (As Low As $8.91 )
Arrived end August 2014 late arriving new crop; 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.
$8.32 (As Low As $7.07 )
Arrived late August 2014, new crop. Multiple organic certifications, this exotic, high grown coffee is a pleasure to drink with peach and plum flavors.
$8.98 (As Low As $7.63 )
2014 crop arrived late August 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.
$8.65 (As Low As $7.35 )
New crop arrived August 2014, a direct trade coffee. We have been trying to acquire coffee from this world reknown Falla family farm for many years and finally have done so. One of the top Antigua farms with reliably terrific coffee.
$7.87 (As Low As $6.50 )
New crop arrived August, 2014. Frequently in the top group of CoE, Finca Santa Clara has a unique taste profile of apple and peach with other stone fruits. Chocolate in taste and mouthfeel.
$8.37 (As Low As $7.15 )
New crop just arrived late July 2014. 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.
$10.59 (As Low As $9.53 )
2014 crop arrived late in July in Grainpro bags. Outstanding candidate for single origin espresso. Deep, fruity, earthy, tropical flavors.
$10.84 (As Low As $9.76 )
Arrival July 2014 in grainpro, just a couple months into new crop. This is a flavorful, satisfying Brazil natural and an excellent candidate for espresso blends.
$6.97 (As Low As $5.58 )
Arrived July 2014 new crop Costa Rica coffees. This all purpose Costa SHB is from a single farm in Santa Maria de Dota within Tarrazu. Fully washed, patio dried. The farm operates its own wetmill and also processes some coffee for neighboring farms.
$6.35 (As Low As $5.35 )
Arrived July 2014, new crop. Selected coffee from Guatemala Antigua and surrounding area smallholders. This is a solid, reliable high grown coffee that can be utilized as a single origin or blend component. Can run the gamut of roast levels.
$6.36 (As Low As $5.11 )
Arrived June 2014 in grainpro. Finca San Agustin is a part of an older farm in Antigua called Cabrejo and is managed by Ricardo Zelaya who owns several other choice Antigua properties. Just placed in the top 20 of this year's Cup of Excellence, this farm is already making a name for itself.
$8.42 (As Low As $6.99 )
Arrived June 2014. Peru is the largest producer of organic coffee in the world. Medium/heavy body and considerable acidity. Clean, well structured. Good unblended but a welcome addition to many blends requiring body and brightness.
$6.97 (As Low As $5.58 )
Arrived June 2014, a direct import coffee. We have history with this farm and this is a typically 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.
$7.02 (As Low As $5.62 )
New crop just arrived mid April 2014 - Limited coffee production - A perennial favorite with a big following.
$8.24 (As Low As $7.00 )
Latest arrival January 2015. Mild, sweet cupping, lightly acidic. This nice decaffeinated coffee is Fair Trade certified.
$7.60 (As Low As $6.25 )
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 )