Costa Rican coffee is known for having a rounded body, clean acidity and floral aromatics. We roast this Costa Rican coffee to highlight notes of chocolate, honey and almond.
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Coffee plants were first introduced to Costa Rica from Cuba in 1700s and began being commercially cultivated in the 1800s. Costa Rica was the first Central American country to commercially produce coffee. Coffee has been key to the development of their infrastructure and economy ever since. Costa Rica exports some of the top coffee grown world-wide and is a mainstay in the U.S. specialty market.
Ethiopian coffees are arguably the most unique and distinct coffees in the world. Some of their flavors and characteristics are unique to Ethiopia. They display a wide range of tropical and citrus fruit flavors along with floral aromas. We roast this Sidamo region single origin to highlight notes of brown sugar, berry, peach and maple syrup.
Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee. Coffee was cultivated in Ethiopia in the 1500s, with farming practices remaining relatively unchanged to this day.View full product details
This Honduras coffee is Certified Organic. Honduran coffee can exhibit a large range of different flavor profiles from sweet chocolaty flavors with a creamy body to citrus fruit flavors with a bright acidity and a medium body. We roast this profile to draw out deep chocolate, full body and a clean finish.
18th century European traders first introduced coffee to Honduras, and the country began to grow coffee commercially in the mid-19th century. Honduras produces more coffee than any other country in Central America and is the 7th highest producer world-wide.View full product details
By ordering this 12 oz bag of coffee, you will be sent the head roaster's choice of the month. This is often a featured or limited release coffee that is articulately developed and only available for a short time.
By subscribing to the Roaster's Choice, we will send you a new coffee each month.View full product details
We roast this Organic Sumatra a little darker than our usual to draw out notes of cocoa and spice with a syrupy body and a balanced acidity. The unique green coffee processing style in Sumatra creates a wild, rich flavor profile specific to the region.
Sumatra, an Indonesian island, produces much of the nation’s coffee. Indonesia itself produces a fifth of the world's coffee.View full product details