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. Very limited supply. Direct trade.
Latest arrival January 2018 in Grainpro. This is a lovely sweet cupping and complex coffee that shows lots of cherry character and the result of good processing. Grade 1 has the fewest defects and best preparation. Unctuous dark chocolate body with honey and floral notes.
Arrived January 2018 in grainpro, new crop. Nicely priced full natural Yellow Catuai varietal. Earthy, smooth textured with mild acidity and slight savory character. Good espresso base and single origin.
Latest arrival mid-January, new crop, in grainpro. A very nice, crisp coffee. Very chocolatey with red apple acidity mouthfeel, velvety. Orange, citrus notes.
Latest arrival February 2018 in Grainpro, a direct trade coffee. We had been trying to acquire coffee from this world reknown Falla family farm for many years and finally have developed an ongoing relationship. One of the top genuine Antigua farms with reliably terrific coffee.
Latest arrival January 2018. This Supremo, the largest size sort from Colombia, is from the Medellin region. Clean and bright. Durable beans. This is an especially nice lot.
Latest arrival January 2018 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.
New crop arrived late November 2017. 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.
Latest arrival January 2018 - Limited coffee production - A perennial favorite with a big following.
Latest arrival January 2018 from Takengon in the Aceh region of Sumatra. Earthy, nutty and smooth.
Latest arrival mid January 2018. Mild, sweet cupping, lightly acidic.
Arrived mid December 2017, new crop, in classic wood barrels. Single plantation, microlot JBM showing its signature hickory flavor and big mouthfeel. But the coffee is refined and elegant as well.
Latest arrival in December. 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.
Latest arrival December 2017 in Grainpro bags. Outstanding candidate for single origin espresso. Deep, fruity, earthy, tropical flavors.
Latest arrival December 2017. This is a honey processed coffee from one of our long time favorite farms, Elida Estate. While the cup does not have as much fruit intensity, it has a really nice earthiness and sweetness.
New crop arrived August 2017. Winner of the Kona Coffee Festival's Coffee Crown Competition and now an unprecedented 4 time winner of this award. Very limited this year. Each season this coffee seems a little fruitier and brighter.
Latest arrival December 2017, a direct trade coffee; beautiful, very high grown microlot. 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.
Latest arrival December 2017 in grainpro, a direct trade import. This farm recently began to process their own coffee at their micromill and results are outstanding. A unique cup that stood out on a recent origin trip.
Latest arrival December 2017, a direct trade import. This is a new crop natural processed coffee from Costa Rica's West Valley. Very interesting cup with sweet, fruity flavors and a nice dry finish. Lighter roasts are recommended to showcase the fruit forward flavors in this coffee. From the very same farm that took 1st place in the 2016 Costa Rica Cup of Excellence.
Latest arrival December 2017 in Grainpro. This Typica/Geisha Blend was a fan favorite last season and we are happy to be able to offer it again this year. It is a very unique offering where geisha and typica trees grow intermixed and semi wild. The floral geisha flavors come through and are delicate but sturdy when combined with typica with notes of rose water and jasmine. A lovely cup.
Newest arrival December 2017. 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.
Latest arrival late November 2017 in grainpro. From the notable Coopedota cooperative in rugged, high elevation Tarrazu this all purpose coffee is from area farms. This is a very impressive lot for the price with a combination of nuttiness and sweet baking flavors. Very clean with a silky finish. Solid solo choice for all roast levels or to add clean brightness to blends.
Latest arrival late November 2017 in grainpro, fresh from Bolivia. AAA grade, largest bean size with 16/17 screen size. We are happy to have secured this as Bolivian coffees are becoming increasingly hard to procure. Heavy aroma, low acidity, milk chocolate sweetness.
Latest arrival September 2017 in vacuum bags, a direct import and our top pick of the season from Kenya. A classic, bold but elegant AA grade Kenya from Emu County near Mt. Kenya. Elegant coffee with citrus and green apple acidity. Herbaceous, long and dry finish.
Latest arrival September 2017, a directly imported coffee. This AA is from the Kianjiru factory and has flavors of tobacco, lime, and tart fruit. This is one of our top picks from Kenya this season.. It has an exotic though not extreme flavor profile that makes it very approachable and enjoyable. Complex and layered. Really nice cup for the price.
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.
A fan favorite back for another year. Old growth Hawaiian Typica, mostly originating from Guatemala, is processed in the manner of Kenya wet method with a double soak. This international collaboration of seed and processing results in a clean, smooth bodied cup with lively, fruity flavors and a long, winey finish.
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.
Latest arrival September 2017 in vacuum packaging. Altieri, a relative newcomer to the Panama Geisha scene, has quickly learned how to produce top quality coffee. This same Geisha coffee in a natural preparation won second place in this year's Best of Panama and sold for $84 a pound green. This washed version sold for $45 a pound at the auction. Lovely clean, sweet and floral Geisha at a fair price. Very limited.
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.
Latest arrival February 2018. 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.