Green Coffee

Welcome to the green (unroasted) coffee offerings page. Browse our coffees below, or use the green coffee menu above to view coffees from specific regions. Order our green coffee by the full pound, or as discounted 2 Lb., 5 Lb. , 10 Lb. or 20 Lb. packages. All coffee ships in clear plastic zip bags except 20#s which ship in a cotton bag you can use to store the coffee. Read More...

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  • Brazil Minas Gerais - Jose Roberto Canato

    This lot from Canato delivers bold sweetness of unrefined sugars, along with some stone fruits, and tea flavors. Quite versatile in the roaster, most balance is close to Full City. It has nice acidity for a Brazil, golden raisin and black tea elements. City+ to Full City. SO Espresso. Learn More
    $6.15
    /lb
    (or less)

  • Cameroon Mifi Java Longberry

    Mifi Java Longberry has a straight-forward, sugar in the raw, sweetness at City/City+, and shows subtle fruit notes as it cools. Black tea flavor and mouthfeel add allusion to acidity in this rather low acid cup. Dark roasts have chocolate flavors and roast complexity. City to Full City. SO espresso. Learn More
    $5.75
    /lb
    (or less)

  • Colombia Huila El Templo de Palestina

    El Templo de Palestina has brown sugar sweetness at City/City+, that changes toward more dark caramel with roast level. Flavors of apple and white grape are refreshing, and define acidity too. Heavier roasts bring about fruited chocolate and some rindy citrus, retaining much of the brightness of lighter roasts. City+ to Full City+. SO Espresso. Learn More
    $6.40
    /lb
    (or less)

  • Colombia Organic Tres Parques - Apia

    Apia is a nice Organic offering, with honey and fruit that we look for in our better Colombia coffees. Apple, pear, weighty mouthfeel, long sweetness - great as a brewed coffee or espresso. City+ to Full City+. SO Espresso. Learn More
    $6.55
    /lb
    (or less)

  • Colombia Timana Principales Lotes

    This blended lot shows great in the middle roast ranges. Honey, dark sugar, apple, and a malic acidity define City+ and Full City roasts. This coffee packs solid sweetness, and is one thats deserving of a second cup! City+ to Full City+. Learn More
    $5.95
    /lb
    (or less)

  • Costa Rica Familia Bonilla SWP Decaf

    This Costa Rica decaf shows balance, and is on the milder end of the spectrum. This is a net positive, as whats in the cup is equal parts dark sugar and cocoa flavors. Very gentle allusions to apple and pear come out at City+, but the focus is on balance of sweet/bittersweet flavor aspects. A nice, clean decaf. City+ to Full City. Learn More
    $7.05
    /lb
    (or less)

  • Espresso Workshop #32 - MLA

    A great dual-use blend, which is made up of fresh crop washed Guatemala and Ethiopia, and a dry-processed Ethiopia coffee. Expect heavy chocolate tones in espresso, with zesty citrus, berry, and floral highlights. A viscous bodied coffee and espresso, and with reverberating sweetness. City+ to FC+. Learn More
    $6.95
    /lb
    (or less)

  • Espresso Workshop #33 - Qand Ya Matatu

    #33 was created with darker roasts in mind. City+ shows well too, but acidity and sweetness are most balanced in the Full City roast range. Blueberry, peach syrup, lavender infused chocolate, and butterscotch sauce come through in a short shot. Full City+ brings on a smokiness that sits well with high % cacao notes and viscous mouthfeel. City+ to Full City+. Learn More
    $6.90
    /lb
    (or less)

  • Ethiopia Illubabor Baaroo

    Baaroo displays a pleasing balance of florals, fruited notes, complex sugars, sweet butterscotch, juicy fresh peaches, and apricot. The lighter end of the roast spectrum brings Jasmine, spices and cola nut. A nice citrus like acidity mixes well with the layers of cocoa and fruit in the darker roast profiles. City to FC+. A great SO Espresso. Learn More
    $6.10
    /lb
    (or less)

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