Arrived June 2017 in GrainPro. Tiny 3 bag nano-lot from Antioquia has an exotic flavor profile for the area offering tastes orange rind, blackberry jam, gooseberry, rhubarb.
$8.52 (As Low As $6.85)
Arrived new crop June 2017 in GrainPro bags. Beatufilly fruit filled, notably blueberry and strawberry in an especially clean, well prepared grade 1 natural. The clean preparation allows for the delicious, underlying coffee flavors to come through and are enhanced by natural processing. Significant fruit intensity. Excellent, well priced cup.
$7.92 (As Low As $6.85)
New crop has arrived mid June 2017 - Limited coffee production - A perennial favorite with a big following.
$8.46 (As Low As $7.49)
Arrived late May 2017 in grainpro and a first offering. Ecuador is an undiscovered gem for specialty coffee and the country is beginning to mature. There are great natural conditions for coffee including a position on the equator, extremely high elevations, proper varietal selection and producers intent on making a mark on the world of specialty coffee. This is a fairly priced coffee from Pinchicha in the north that shows pedigree with a lively, transparent cup.
$8.87 (As Low As $7.80)
Arrived late May 2017, new crop, in grainpro. Pearl shaped peaberries roast evenly in drum roasters. Exotic spice flavors like black pepper and cumin combine with lemon acidity. A really interesting cup from the south side of the Big Island of Hawaii.
$23.62 (As Low As $22.44)
Arrived mid May 2017, new crop and freshly milled. One of a handful of Kona farms that are certified organic. Fancy Grade was our top pick. Limited supply. Vibrant green beans with clean, juicy moutfeel. A favored Kona we have carried in prior years and an excellent example.
$27.37 (As Low As $26.00)
New crop arrived March 2017. We've offered this coffee in the past and are happy to have it again. A nice, delicate and fairly priced Geisha with flavors of citrus and chocolate notes. Floral aroma of coffee blossom and jasmine.
$24.77 (As Low As $23.53)
Arrived May 2017. This is a really nice organic lot from the Tolima region of Colombia. Pronounced citrus and floral notes, elegant finish, smooth and sweet.
$6.07 (As Low As $5.15)
First offering from Ecuador is a high grown coffee from Finca La Papaya in the Southern part of the country in mountainous Loja Province. Bold, smooth and slightly spicy flavors. This is 2100 meter Typica that grows concentrated due to its elevation. A much sought after coffee from a country with small production and great potential.
$11.08 (As Low As $9.65)
New crop arrived May 2017. 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.
$6.90 (As Low As $5.52)
New crop arrived December 2016. This is a very high grown Caturra varietal from the Narino region of Colombia won at auction in August 2016. Caramel, chocolate with pleasant acidity and silky mouthfeel.
$9.79 (As Low As $8.10)
Arrived March 2017. This coffee is an excellent deal being from the farm that won the highest score ever received at a Cup of Excellence competition! From the Minas Gerais region of Brazil, this is a full natural Catuai varietal. Dark fruits, green apple, creamy and juicy.
$8.02 (As Low As $6.42)
Arrived March 2017 in grainpro. Last year was 94 points in Coffee Review and one of their year's top selections. This 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.
$6.85 (As Low As $5.48)
Typica varietal used in PNG originated from Jamaica Blue Mountain and family connection is unmistakable. An especially nice lot. Smokey, hickory notes, with refined sweetness.
$6.72 (As Low As $5.90)
New crop arrived January 2017 in grainpro. We are happy to have secured this as Bolivian coffees are becoming increasingly hard to procure. Heavy aroma, low acidity, milk chocolate sweetness.
$7.46 (As Low As $6.20)
New crop arrived late December 2016 in grainpro. Fairly high elevation for Brazil at 4000 feet. Natural process and a mix of Yellow Catuai and Mundo Novo. Large screen 17/18, sourced from a family owned estate in the Minas Gerais. Chocolatey smooth, earthy, satisfying Brazil natural is an excellent candidate for espresso blends.
$6.16 (As Low As $4.93)
Newest arrival May 2017. This Supremo, the largest size sort from Colombia, is from the Medellin region. Clean and bright. Durable beans.
$5.31 (As Low As $4.25)
Arrived March 2017 mid crop in GrainPro. 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.
$8.62 (As Low As $7.30)
Arrived February 2017 from the Sara Ate Cooperative in the Aceh region of Sumatra. Earthy, nutty and smooth.
$7.37 (As Low As $5.90)
Arrived here in September in grainpro but being offered now (early November) for the first time. Yellow Bourbon varietal from multi award winning farm and producer located in Palencio Guatemala. Very sweet, clean cup really impressed us.
$7.82 (As Low As $6.70)
New crop arrived October 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.
$6.72 (As Low As $5.38)