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Fresh Roasted Coffee
from Around the World

Choose from Light, Medium or Dark Fresh Roasted Coffee from Around the World.

I only order the finest green coffee beans available. It’s a very competitive industry and I am constantly looking for high quality beans at a reasonable price and from origins that support sustainability. The people who care for the farms are hard workers and put their heart into the growing of these beautiful plants. 25% of net profit goes to St Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Thank you for your support.

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Fresh Roasted Coffee
from Around the World

Choose from Light, Medium or Dark Fresh Roasted Coffee from Around the World.

I only order the finest green coffee beans available. It’s a very competitive industry and I am constantly looking for high quality beans at a reasonable price and from origins that support sustainability. The people who care for the farms are hard workers and put their heart into the growing of these beautiful plants. 25% of net profit goes to St Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Thank you for your support.

Spend $65 and get FREE SHIPPING!

25% of the NET PROFIT

from this coffee purchase
goes directly to
the following charity.

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Costa Rica la Paz

Black Tea, Lemon, Basil and Butterscotch

The coffee grown in this region is delightful as well as the people who care for the farms. The hospitality of the locals is unmatched.

Ethiopian

Lemongrass, Floral, and White Grape

I really enjoy Costa Rican coffee but I have to say that coffee grown in Ethiopia is the finest I’ve tasted. It has a rich, earthy character that is truly distinctive. It will wake you up and bring the senses alive. The coffee I am currently offering is from the Djimmah region in the highlands of Sidamo. This region produces some extraordinary coffee and, as history states, is the origin of coffee. I trust my roasting abilities to bring out the best of this bean.

Guatemalan Coffee

$14.50

Guatemalan

Golden Raisin, Black Pepper, Black Tea, Cocoa

The coffee I roast is Grano De Oro from the Chimacho, Cubulco region owned by Don Mateo. Grano De Oro English translation, “Golder Bean,” and it lives up to its name. Roasting to a medium to dark roast releases some very complex flavors and the roasted beans have a “Golden Brown” color with a delightful aroma.

NEW RELEASES!

PERU TEASIA – DECAF

(Hits the “NEW” release charts at #5)

$13.25

The beans are wet-processed (or washed), where the fruit covering the beans is removed before they are dried, to ensure a clean taste and bright acidity. The beans are put through a water process to remove the caffeine but preserve the natural and full flavors resulting in a soft and sweet taste and a pleasant finish. Nutty and sweet citrus tastes with a nice sweet cream, malt and brown sugar smell. I’m not much of a caffeine free coffee but this holds a great robust body and has a very rich quality. I highly recommend this coffee if you are a decaf lover.

RWANDA ABUHUZAMUGAMBI

(Hits the “NEW” release charts at #4)

$13.50

This coffee from the Abahuzamugambi cooperative is a quality find. About 2,000 smallholder farmers grow the coffee plants under the Abahuzamugambi cooperative, founded in 1999. Like most coffees, flavors and taste notes can vary depending on climate and soil conditions. This one in particular has taste notes of medium body, bright acidity with notes of golden raisin, dates, and toffee. If you are in the mood for something slightly exotic give this excellent coffee a try and wow your taste buds with something special. Great breakfast coffee, especially with a chilled slice of cantaloupe with a little sugar on it.

BRAZIL FLORADA

(Hits the “NEW” release charts at #3)

$13.50

The best Brazilian coffee is soft, nutty, low acidity, and offers a nice bittersweet chocolate taste. Because the bean is soft and grown at lower elevations than many other coffees the roasting profile is much different. The roast development is slow and deliberate. Because of this, Brazilian coffee makes for an excellent base for making flavored coffees. A good Brazil coffee can add a lot to espresso blends too. It’s a delicious coffee to create many interesting blends.

MEXICO DON PEPE

(Hits the “NEW” release charts at #2)

$13.25

The first time I tried Mexico Don Pepe was about six months ago while traveling through the western side of Arizona. Randy, from BC Roasters, roasted it to perfection and was kind enough to share the roast profile with me. It was a medium to dark roast and was incredibly smooth with a chocolaty flavor. You can’t go wrong with this coffee from our closest coffee producers; Mexico..

And topping the charts at #1 for “NEW” releases!

TANZANIAN PEABERRY

Tanzanian Peaberry is grown throughout the country; however, the majority is grown on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru. Most coffee in the region is grown on small mountainside farms, or fincas, although a few large plantations do exist. Tanzanian peaberry is grown at an elevation of between 4500 and 6000 feet.
Usually, coffee cherries contain two seeds, or beans, flat on one side and rounded on the other. In the case of Peaberries, only one seed is fertilized. This results in a single round seed with a ridge down the middle. The round bean makes for a more even roast and very favorable. Peaberries are considered by some to be superior in quality and taste from regular flat beans. My medium roast Peaberry has a wonderful flavor.

$13.75

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