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  • Honduras La Hondureña — NEW!

    Flavor Notes
    Medium body, bright acidity, and notes of caramel, green apple, and almond.

    Bean Profile
    We are excited to offer this amazing, new coffee from Honduras! La Hondureña is sourced from all-women coffee farmers and produced in cooperation with the International Women’s Coffee Alliance. We’re confident you’ll love it — from espresso to pourover.

    Origin: Honduras; Region La Labor, Ocotepeque.
    Farm/Farmer: AMPROCAL, Socorro Reyes, owner of Finca Pashapa …

  • Kenya Gatundu Peaberry — LIMITED!

    Flavor Notes
    Light body, balanced acidity, and notes of cane sugar, caramel, black currant, and aromatic citrus.

    Bean Profile
    Gatundu’s processing mill is part of Gitwe Farmer’s Cooperative Society, serving four villages in the area — and the cooperative has built a membership of over 900 producers since beginning in 1983. SL-28 and SL-34 make up most of the coffee grown, with just …

  • Kenya Konyu — LIMITED!

    Flavor Notes
    Light body, balanced acidity, and notes of chocolate, caramel, currant, citrus, and grapefruit.

    Bean Profile
    Perched high up in the southern foothills of Mount Kenya on rich red volcanic soil, the areas surrounding the Konyu factory are ideal for producing some of the finest Kenyan coffee. Individual farmers in these fertile foothills typically harvest from around 250 coffee trees on half-acre …

  • Kenya Mung’ethu — NEW!

    Flavor Notes
    Heavy body, balanced acidity, and notes of blackberry, peach, brown sugar, dark chocolate.

    Bean Profile
    We. Love. This. Coffee! We ordered this microlot from Kenya based on the rave reviews from our importer, and we were NOT disappointed! The producer, Dorothy Njeri Gitau, is a retired primary school teacher and the owner of Mung’ethu Estate. Her farm enjoys ideal coffee-growing conditions: it lies …