Arrived mid July 2016, new crop. Santo Domingo is a genuine Guatemala Antigua coffee grown by a collective a 15 to 20 small area farms, combined and centrally processed by the traditional fully washed method and sun dried as conditions permit. The coffee trees are shade grown Bourbon and Caturra varietals. An excellent value for a top SHB coffee which can be used unblended or as a blend base.
$6.47 (As Low As $5.18 )
$7.82 (As Low As $6.60 )
New crop has arrived early July 2016 - Limited coffee production - A perennial favorite with a big following.
$8.86 (As Low As $7.53 )
Arrived July 2016. This new lot is from the Ketiara Cooperative in the Aceh region of Sumatra. Earthy, nutty and smooth.
$7.37 (As Low As $5.90 )
Arrived late July 2016, new crop. Grade 1 coffee with virtually zero quakers. Nicely floral and lemony lot of Ethiopia natural with berry notes throughout. Very nice and especially cafeful preparation.
$8.11 (As Low As $6.90 )
Arrived May, 2016. Winner of the Kona Coffee Festival's Coffee Crown Competition and now an unprecented 4 time winner of this award. Very limited this year. Each season this coffee seems a little fruitier and brighter. Sorry, no quantity discount possible.
$28.50 (As Low As $28.50 )
Latest arrival late June 2016. This Supremo, the largest size sort from Colombia, from the noted Antioquia state of Colombia. Good value, solid Supremo. These coffees are capable of being roasted across a wide range from light to darkest. High grown, generally 5200 to 6000 feet. A versatile coffee.
$5.96 (As Low As $4.77 )
Arrived June 2016. Kenya AA Ichamara Auction Lot grown up to 2,000 meters. Flavors of tobacco with savory notes. Jammy, pomegranate, with red wine acidity.
$7.82 (As Low As $6.50 )
Arrived May 2016. Another coffee from the Siete Estrellas community, this is the first time this coffee has been sold in the specialty market and we are proud to offer it. Fruity, sweet and clean with red apple acidity and a long finish.
$8.21 (As Low As $6.90 )
Arrived May 2016. Certified Fair Trade and organic. Flores is an Indonesian island with a very heavy, smooth and low acid cup profile. Sweet, milk chocolate.
$7.37 (As Low As $5.90 )
Arrived April 2016 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.
$6.76 (As Low As $5.41 )
New crop nanolot arrived mid March 2016 in grainpro. Really nice, elegant cup and big achievement from a very small farm, only 1 hectare in size. Everything is present, sweetness, balance, brightness.
$7.87 (As Low As $6.60 )
Latest arrival March 2016. Mild, sweet cupping, lightly acidic.
$6.60 (As Low As $5.28 )
Latest arrival May 2016. This is grade 1, and an especially well sorted lot. This lovely example of Yrgacheffe is floral and has chocolate mouthfeel. Just about zero defects in this coffee to extreme sorting which is time consuming and costly but worth the results. Read the full details.
$7.92 (As Low As $6.70 )
Latest arrival April 2016 in grainpro. Grade 1 Harrar is a rarity and the first time we have ever seen one, only having experienced grades 3 or 4 in the past replete with their imperfections. By contract, this coffee is clean and mild to medium fruit penetration. Flavors of cherry morph to lemon on the finish. An even roaster and at an exceedingly good price for the quality.
$8.11 (As Low As $6.90 )
Latest arrival March 2016. 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 late February 2016, new crop and in grainpro. This washed coffee from the Guji mill in Ethiopia made a real impression on the cupping table. Aromas of sweet peach and chocolate. Very big, bold character with a smooth, chocolate mouthfeel.
$7.91 (As Low As $6.65 )
Arrived new crop January 2016 in grainpro. From Granja La Esperanza farm in Colombia where we sourced other coffees with different varietals and/or processing. This fairly priced high grown Colombia exhibits black licorice and chocolate fudge aroma. Flavors of tangerine, malt, and sweet red apple.
$7.27 (As Low As $5.82 )
Arrived earlier in the season but first offering. This multi award winning coffee is the Maracaturra varietal, a cross between Caturra and the very large Maragogipe. It is from Palencia province of Guatemala high in the mountains not terribly far from Guatemala City. In the cup it has delicate tropical fruit background notes. Complex, layered and silky smooth finish.
$10.07 (As Low As $8.60 )
Arrived February 2016. Limited supply of this unique varietal that makes up a nanolot from India. Very heavy bodied with earthy notes of tobacco and low acidity. Good candidate for espresso.
$8.02 (As Low As $6.75 )
New crop arrived February 2016. From the Kayanza Province this coffee from Burundi has a nice, earthy body with a smooth, long finish.
$7.60 (As Low As $6.08 )
2015 crop arrived late August in Grainpro bags, first offering of this coffee. High grown natural process coffee from Costa Rica's top exporter.
$9.82 (As Low As $8.50 )
Arrived December 2015 in grainpro. First offering of this coffee from Sumatra's Lake Tawar region far from where the classic Mandheling is grown. Differences in growing region are noticeable in the cup. Especially clean, solid mouthfeel with pronounced chocolate body and flavor. Peppery. Really nice example from this region.
$7.30 (As Low As $6.25 )
Latest arrival June 2016 in grainpro. A very nice, crisp coffee. Very chocolatey with red apple acidity mouthfeel, velvety. Orange, citrus notes.
$6.57 (As Low As $5.26 )
Most recent arrival in May, 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 )