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  • Ethiopia Guji Sere Saba

    Flavor Notes
    Medium body, bright acidity, and notes of caramel, black tea, citrus, raspberry, and cranberry.

    Bean Profile
    Guji Sere Saba comes from the Guji Zone of the Oromia Region in Southern Ethiopia. This coffee is one of our all-time favorites, offering a unique and exciting cup and flavor profile rarely experienced.

    Origin: Ethiopia; Guji Zone.
    Farm/Farmer: Gemechu Chachu, Tesfaye Jarso, Ayele Shalo, Alemu Dera, Alemu …

  • Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Fair Trade Organic

    GROUNDED ROASTERIE SELECT

    Flavor Notes
    Smooth, medium body with delicious, sweet acidity. Fruit-forward notes and with rich chocolate undertones.

    Bean Profile
    This Certified Fair Trade Organic Grade 2 Yirgacheffe grows in the volcanic soil of Ethiopia’s Gedeo Zone. An excellent, clean, and bright finish makes this Yirgacheffe stand out among all the others.

    Origin: Ethiopia; Gedeo Zone.
    Farm/Farmer: Smallholder farms.
    Varietal: Bourbon, Arabica.
    Processing: Wet, bed dried.
    Elevation: 2900-4900 …

  • Guatemala Atitlán

    Flavor Notes
    Smooth, medium body and vibrant fruit acidity with notes of orange and chocolate.

    Bean Profile
    Atitlán hails from Guatemala’s Suchitepéquez region near the Atitlán Volcano. Atitlán makes a subtle yet complex cup that works well any time of day with any brew method.

    Origin: Guatemala; Suchitepéquez Region.
    Farm/Farmer: Finca El Naranjo.
    Varietal: Caturra, Catuai.
    Processing: Fully washed, patio dried.
    Elevation: 4800-5100 ft.
    Ships in a resealable, vented bag …

  • Guatemala Pacaya

    Flavor Notes
    Smooth, heavy body with notes of dark chocolate, caramel, almond, and cinnamon.

    Bean Profile
    Our Pacaya comes from the San Vicente Pacaya region of Guatemala, near the Pacaya volcano. This area has multiple micro-climates that are perfect for coffee production. Weather is hot during the day but it cools down during the night providing an excellent opportunity for the coffee beans …