New arrivals: Yemen Mokha Sharasi, Brazil Daterra Farms Yellow Bourbon, Kenya Kirinyaga Peaberry Gakuyu-ini

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As promised earlier in the week we are adding three new coffees today, including a new Yemeni coffee, which has been much anticipated. The shipment finally came through and the first Yemen we can offer is the Yemen Mokha Sharasi, a coffee with intensely sweet aromas, and sweet fruit, spice and sandalwood accents, characteristically rustic. Interesting as a SO espresso with enough rest. The Brazil Daterra Farms – Yellow Bourbon is back, with a strong almond fragrance, and rustic sweetness. City+ roasts are good for a bright cup, and darker roasts for a compelling SO espresso. Finally, the first of our new shipment of Kenyan coffees, the ever-popular Kenya Kirinyaga Peaberry Gakuyu-ini, with high-tones citrus, Meyer lemon, layers of fruit, raisin and plum. A real fruit-bomb Kenya!

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1 Response to “New arrivals: Yemen Mokha Sharasi, Brazil Daterra Farms Yellow Bourbon, Kenya Kirinyaga Peaberry Gakuyu-ini”


  1. 1 Thompson

    Thompson wrote:

    Hey, Thompson – What’s the studded leather strap in the last flickr pic?

    Are you thinking of the El Tambor picture. It’s a machete sheathe, Juan the manager of El Tambor farm. Great place! -Tom

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