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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  • 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 characteristics, such as florals and sweet citrus. This lot brings a big juicy body...

    $15.00
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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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  • Drying beds at Githaithi.

    Kenya Githaithi

    Grown in Murang’a County in Central Kenya, an area known for its rich soil and exceptional coffee quality. This washed coffee is fermented in concrete tanks and then allowed to dry slowly in the sun on large tables where the coffee is frequently...

    $22.00
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  • A close up of red coffee cherries.

    Kenya Githiru

    Grown in the heart of Central Kenya in Nyeri County where red volcanic soil from the now extinct Mount Kenya Volcano produces some of the highest quality coffee in the country. Coffee from the Githiru Farmer's Cooperative Society is typically grown on...

    $22.00
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  • Liz Clark and Don Victor at Rutas del Inca.

    Peru Rutas del Inca

    This is our second year working with the Rutas del Inca Cooperative. Founded in 2013, Rutas del Inca has quickly grown from 33 to 258 members due to their consistent quality and sustainability-forward mindset. Faced with great challenges caused by the...

    $14.00
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  • Coffee sprouting in bags.

    Colombia El Jefe

    This lot comes from Fernando Vargas, of Villa Rubiela. Fernando is also the General Manager of Cadefihuila, the largest cooperative in Huila. If being the GM of the largest Coop in one of the highest quality regions of Colombia and running your own farm...

    $15.00
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  • Omar Arango smiling at the camera.

    Colombia Finca San Luis La Gloria

    This is our ninth year working with farmer Omar Arango and his family. "La Gloria" gets its name from the section of Finca San Luis on which it is grown. This area has the highest rainfall and humidity on the farm which leads to a particularly clean and...

    $19.00
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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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