Harrar coffee has a rich history in the industry because of its origins in
Ethiopia, the birthplace of coffee. The aroma of this particular Harrar is
sweet with blueberry purple notes. The taste is a mildly wild fruity flavor with
a blueberry finish. The body of this coffee is medium to heavy. Ethiopian
Harrar is a perfect choice for any coffee drinker because of its unique fruity
flavor and long-lasting respect amongst coffee experts. It is also an organic
coffee making it a great choice for environmental enthusiasts. Light-Medium roast,
Fair Trade Organic only.
Mexican Chiapas (Organic)
Chiapas has a subtle sweet aroma. The taste is mild at first, but has an
extremely sweet smooth buttery finish. This Chiapas is gentle, but filled with
surprising sweet notes and passes over your palate like a warm buttery wave.
Mexican Chiapas is perfect for the coffee drinker who hates bitterness. Light roast,
Fair Trade Organic only.
Kenya has a pungent sharp aroma. This Kenya has high acidity with distinct
winey notes. The taste is bright and tangy in the beginning, and rolls into a
soothing wine-like after taste. Kenya has medium body, and is great for anyone
looking for a bursting flavor that grabs your attention.
The peaberry is a unique coffee bean. It is actually a pair of defective coffee
beans mutated into one. Because there are two beans forming one, the coffee
contais twice the nutrients and oils, therefore twice the flavor. Tanzanian
Peaberry has an earthy aroma. The taste is bold and nature-like, as if you were
to take a drink of earth itself. It has heavy body, but goes down smooth. This
unique coffee is a nice change for both expert and beginning coffee drinkers
Like the Ethiopian Harrar, Sumatra has a rich history in the coffee industry.
Sumatra Mandheling is grown near the island of Java, where the term "java"
comes from. This Sumatran Coffee has a sweet floral aroma. It is a dry tasting
coffee and is well known for its extremely heavy body. The taste is thick and
maple syrupy, and is always a great choice for any coffee lover. Dark roast,
available in conventional or Fair Trade Organic.
Colombia is the second largest exporter of coffee in the world. Supremo is often
regarded as one of the finest coffees in the world because of its wonderful
chocolatey taste, and large consistent bean size. This Supremo has an oak cocoa
aroma. The taste is a wooden chocolatey flavor with a medium to heavy body.
Colombian Supremo is a showcase coffee that visually appeals to everyone, and
backs its appearance up with an outstanding taste. Light-Medium Roast, available
in conventional or Fair Trade Organic.
Huehuetenango is grown near the region of Chiapas Mexico and shares many of the
same flavor characteristics. The aroma is oak chocolate syrup. The taste begins
slightly stronger then the Mexican Chiapas where a chocolate oak flavor stands
out and conveys into a warm syrupy butter finish. The body is medium. If the
Mexican Chiapas is a little too subtle for your taste then the Huehuetenango is
the coffee for you.
Costa Rica Tarrazu
Costa Rican coffee comes from the high volcanic region of Tarrazu. The rich
volcanic soil and high altitude where this coffee is grown creates a perfect
environment to produce a magnificent taste. This Tarrazu has a rich, sharp
flavor. At first the taste is crisp, and moves into a deep richness. The body
is high. This Tarrazu will get your day started in a great way.
This Brazilian coffee is named after the port which Brazil's famous coffees
pass through, Santos yields a low acidic, light bodied brew. You will
experience a pleasant aroma and a mild, smooth flavor in this premium South
From the big island of Hawaii, Kona coffee is known for its smooth, soft,
buttery taste. Unlike Kona blend, this coffee is left alone to showcase this,
in addition to the malty caramel notes and well rounded medium body that come
from this bean. Light roast, Conventional only.
Grown in what sailors referred to as the “Garden of Eden,” Kauai coffee gets
its distinct flavor from its proximity to the volcano on Kauai and its lush
tropical environment, fed by over 125 inches of rainfall per year. It has a
sweet, syrupy smell with medium to heavy body that you can feel on your tongue.
This allows a lingering after-taste and longer enjoyment. It has a very sweet
taste with hints of caramel flavor. Medium roast, Conventional only.
Honduran coffee may not be as popular as its Central American counterparts, but
it definitely shares some of the superb taste characteristics, and should not be
overlooked. This Honduran is roasted dark and offers high acidity, heavy body,
and full flavor. It is a hearty bold cup that is excellent to begin your day with.
Dark roast, Fair Trade Organic only.