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  • Colombia Juan Tama

    Flavor Notes
    Medium body, bright acidity, and notes of chocolate, caramel, cherry, stone fruit, and red apple.

    Bean Profile
    Juan Tama is a pioneering organization of indigenous communities in the municipality of Inzá in the Cauca department of Colombia. Founded in 2008, the association encompasses 600 families with an estimated production of 10000 – 13000 bags of coffee each year. The association also …

  • Colombia Palestina — LIMITED!

    LIMITED QUANTITY
    We are going to roast only FOUR 10oz bags of this coffee!

    Flavor Notes
    Medium body, bright acidity, and notes of green apple, cinnamon, and maple syrup.

    Bean Profile
    This is one of the best Colombian coffees we’ve ever tasted, and we’re excited to share it with everyone! Palestina is an amazing Pink Bourbon varietal from the Palestina area in Huila, Colombia, and it’s …

  • Costa Rica Térmico

    Flavor Notes
    Medium body, bright acidity, and notes of cinnamon, cranberry, hibiscus, red currant, and brown sugar.

    Bean Profile
    We were blown away when we sampled this delicious coffee from don Luis Campos of Cordillera de Fuego! This coffee is processed with don Luis’ very own method he calls Thermal Processing (térmico). The process starts with cherries picked at their ripest, allowing them …

  • Ethiopia Genji Challa — LIMITED!

    Flavor Notes
    Medium body, balanced acidity, and notes of honey, fruit preserves, stone fruit, and herbs.

    Bean Profile
    Genji Challa is a wet milling site that is part of the Nano Challa Cooperative in Gera town, Ethiopia. After the coffee is washed, it is moved to a skin-drying table where it drip-dries for a single day before being moved to raised beds to …