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  • Colombia El Descanso

    Flavor Notes
    Medium body, bright acidity, and notes of caramel, chocolate, peach, citrus, and cherry.

    Bean Profile
    El Descanso comes from the Garzón municipality in Huila, Colombia. The range of microclimates in Huila allows two harvest seasons, producing fresh, delicious coffee year-round.

    Origin: Colombia; Huila, Garzón.
    Farm/Farmer: Various Smallholders.
    Varietal: Castillo-Colombia, Caturra.
    Processing: Washed and patio dried.
    Elevation: 5400-6400 ft.
    Ships in a resealable, vented bag for extended freshness.
    10 ounces or …

  • Colombia Gambino Roast

    Flavor Notes
    Medium body, delicate acidity, and notes of caramel, fresh herbs, lemon and lime.

    Bean Profile
    We are excited to partner with Justin Gambino to bring you the Gambino Roast: a delicious, new coffee from the Huila region of Colombia. Not only is Justin a good friend of ours and an all-around great guy — he’s also a super-talented singer/songwriter we’re proud to support. …

  • Colombia Nariño

    Flavor Notes
    Smooth, heavy body with notes of caramel, cherry, citrus, and milk chocolate.

    Bean Profile
    Our Nariño comes from the Nariño-Galeras — one of Colombia’s highest growing regions bordering Ecuador and the Pacific Ocean. A delicious coffee at any time of the day.

    Origin: Colombia; Nariño-Galeras Region.
    Farm/Farmer: Municipality of La Union.
    Varietal: Castillo, Caturra.
    Processing: Washed and patio dried.
    Elevation: 5900-6200 ft.
    Ships in a resealable, vented bag …

  • 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 …