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  • Indonesia Sulawesi

    Flavor Notes
    Smooth, medium body with mild, sweet acidity. Balanced flavor, light dried fruit character, and cocoa undertones.

    Bean Profile
    Our Sulawesi Kalossi Semi-Washed hails from Indonesia’s Tana Toraja, Enrekang, and Mamasa regions. Excellent for all occasions and brew methods.

    Origin: Indonesia; Tana Toraja, Enrekang, and Mamasa.
    Farm/Farmer: Smallholder Farms.
    Varietal: Bourbon, Pacas, Pacamara.
    Processing: Semi-washed, sun-dried.
    Elevation: 3600-7200 ft.
    Ships in a resealable, vented bag for extended freshness.
    10 ounces.

    Roast …

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    Kenya Kirinyaga

    GROUNDED ROASTERIE SELECT

    Flavor Notes
    Balanced, sweet, and soft with slightly tangy acidity and notes of sugar, chocolate, citrus, and toffee.

    Bean Profile
    Our Kirinyaga comes from the Muthingini factory near Kianyaga town in Kenya’s Gichugu division.

    Origin: Kenya; Kianyaga, Gichugu, Kirinyaga.
    Farm/Farmer: Rwama Farmers Cooperative Society
    Varietal: SL-28, SL-34, Ruiru 11, Batian
    Processing: Washed, table dried.
    Elevation: 5170 ft.
    Ships in a resealable, vented bag for extended freshness.
    10 ounces or …

  • Mexico Chiapas

    Flavor Notes
    Medium body, medium acidity, and notes of milk chocolate, nougat, roasted almond, and citrus.

    Bean Profile
    We have found the Mexico-origin coffee we love and prefer above all others! Coming from the Soconusco region near the Guatemalan border, this Mexico Chiapas has readily become an all-time favorite, and we’re ready for you to enjoy it as much as we do!

    Origin: Mexico; Soconusco, …

  • Papua New Guinea Balus Kopi

    GROUNDED ROASTERIE SELECT

    Flavor Notes
    Smooth mouthfeel with heavy body. Notes of caramel, dried fruit, green tea, and melon.

    Bean Profile
    Our Balus Kopi is grown in Papua New Guinea’s Simbai area, just over the Bismarck Range bordering the Western Highlands Province and Sepik Province. “Balus Kopi” is Tok Pisin (the native language of PNG) for “airplane coffee.” Why “airplane coffee?” All coffee from Simbai is …