El Salvador, Honduras, Uganda, and two decafs

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Happy March! We are adding two microlots from Central America today El Salvador Matalapa – Puerta Zapa Microlot is a buttery bodied, sweet, high-toned lot from a specific part of the Matalapa farm, while Honduras Organic – Michelle Guevara Microlot is a honey-drenched cup with jasmine tea hints and a lemony bright snap. Also, we are pleased to add the outstanding Uganda Organic Mbale Bugisu suitable for a wide range of roasts with nice pungency and body, great as an SO espresso! Finally, a couple of welcome additions to our decaf selections: Sumatra Lintong Nihota KVW Decaf has a classic Sumatra flavor profile with rustic earth notes and molasses sweetness and Mexico Oaxaca Pluma WP Decaf is a mildly bright cup with malty roast tones and nice fruit with good bittersweet tanginess.

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