Single-Origin

  • Coffee cherries ripening, from green to orange to red, on the same branch.

    Brazil Cerrado

    This coffee is from the Minas Gerais region of Brazil. Located in the plateaus of the Cerrado ecosystem, coffees from this region are known for their nutty, chocolaty flavor profiles, with this particular coffee showing exceptional consistency and a...

    $12.00
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  • Honey processed coffee, which has yellow-brown tint, on drying beds.

    Costa Rica Black Honey Process

    When an earthquake in Costa Rica in 2008 created water shortage, it lead producers to adopt processing techniques from Africa & Brazil that don't require water. This spirit for innovation helped develop honey processing. The black honey process...

    $20.00
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  • Honey processed coffee beans in a basket being sold at a market next to natural and washed processed coffees.

    Costa Rica Yellow Honey Process

    The yellow honey process at Finca La Pastora begins with picking the "bulls blood" ripe cherry. Once at the mill coffee is fermented in the cherry for 12 hours in the receiving tank until depulping with 70% mucilage remaining on the coffee. The coffee is...

    $19.00
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    Ethiopia Dame Dabaya

    This naturally processed coffee comes from the Dame Dabaya washing station in the Guji zone. Naturally processed coffees are dried right in the ripe cherry after it's been picked, resulting in a syrupy body from the extra sugars and strong red fruit...

    $17.00
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  • Coffee drying beds made out of tree branches

    Ethiopia Guracho

    This lot comes from the Guracho washing station in the Guji zone located in southwest Ethiopia. It’s close enough to Yirgacheffe to share some delicious terroir character- istics, such as florals and sweet citrus. This lot brings a big juicy body...

    $15.00
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  • Guatemala Guaya'b

    This is our 10th year working with the Guaya'b Cooperative! We've loved their coffee since day one! Beautiful, syrupy chocolate with complex stone fruit accenting the cup make for great brews and amazing espresso. We've been through...

    $14.00
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  • Jorge Benitez, owner of the Las Penitas farm, standing in front of his farmland

    Honduras Las Peñitas

    We've been working with Jorge for eight years now, after meeting at a Cup of Excellence (COE) where his father, Natividad, placed first. When I first met Jorge in 2016, he pointed to a corner in his office and said that's where his COE trophy is going to...

    $21.00
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  • Cluster of unripe coffee cherries on the branch

    Indonesia Java Blue Batavia

    This coffee comes from the steep slopes of the Preanger mountain range west of the city of Bandung in West Java. The rich volcanic soil houses many other crops besides coffee, from potatoes to cocoa, and the slopes are so steep, the ascent must be made...

    $15.00
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    Peru Rutas del Inca

    This is our first year working with the Rutas del Inca Cooperative. They've only been in production for three short years, but they're off to a running start. Luckily, they've been able to take advantage of the strong infrastructure system already in...

    $14.00
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    Colombia La Primavera Decaf

    This is not your traditional decaf. We approve the green coffee before it is decaffeinated to ensure that it is above specialty grade and free of defects. Caffeine is removed with a sugarcane molasses solvent to keep the coffee tasting like coffee. Best...

    $15.00
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