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Central America

Nicaragua Finca Buenos Aires Lot 1

$5.95
At the entrance to Finca Buenos Aires
Nicaragua Finca Buenos Aires Lot 1
Nicaragua Finca Buenos Aires Lot 1

Crowd pleasing in light and middle roasts, raw cane and brown sugars, accent notes of vanilla bean, roasted almond, dried apple, mild tea-like acidity, and bittersweet finish. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso.

Central America

Panama Volcan Baru Bambito Estate

$7.00
Clumped Bourbon cultivar in Panama
Panama Volcan Baru Bambito Estate
Panama Volcan Baru Bambito Estate

Bambito is sweet at a wide range of roasts, brown sugar and honey, a marshmallow hint, walnut, fruited highlights, and a sturdy bittersweet core. City to Full City+. Good for espresso.

Decaf

Ethiopia Guji Zone SWP Decaf

$7.35
This whole coffee cherry will dry over the course of 3-4 weeks before it is milled down to the seed - Guji Zone.
Ethiopia Guji Zone SWP Decaf
Ethiopia Guji Zone SWP Decaf

Balanced sweet coffee character and doughy/baked goods. Berry top notes and a floral aroma are indicative of the origin. Loads of chocolate when roasted dark. City+ to Full City. Good espresso.

Decaf

Flores Laga Lizu SWP Decaf

$7.30
Loading buckets of cherry into a small hand-crank depulpler in Flores
Flores Laga Lizu SWP Decaf
Flores Laga Lizu SWP Decaf

Chocolate roast tone and toasted grain notes mingle nicely: Nutella spread on toast, cocoa powder, and the grainy side of carob and malted grains. City+ to Full City. Good for espresso.

Decaf

Guatemala Cafeteros SWP Decaf

$7.35
Walking the neatly planted rows of Bourbon at a farm in Patzun
Guatemala Cafeteros SWP Decaf
Guatemala Cafeteros SWP Decaf

Lighter roasts have hints of burned sugar, malted grains, gingerbread, and chocolate characteristics underneath it all. Aggressive bittersweetness at Full City with much bigger body. City+ to Full City. Good for espresso.

Decaf

Kirundi East Africa SWP Decaf

$7.20
Red ripe cherry at a farm in Nyamasheke, Rwanda
Kirundi East Africa SWP Decaf
Kirundi East Africa SWP Decaf

A decaf with mild bittersweetness at City+, toasted caramel and cacao nib flavors, chocolate malted grains, honey-wheat bran muffin, and mild baking spice accents. City+ to Full City. Good for espresso.

Honduras

Honduras Buenos Aires Community

$5.55
A coffee picker brings coffee cherry down to the mill by mule
Honduras Buenos Aires Community
Honduras Buenos Aires Community

Balanced interplay of bittering and sweet qualities, burned sugar and dark cacao, honey wheat, and fruited hints. A crowd pleasing cup! City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso.

Indonesia & Asia

Flores Laga Lizu Gnung Waja Mala

$6.05
Drinking coffee and sorting coffee at a coop member's home
Flores Laga Lizu Gnung Waja Mala
Flores Laga Lizu Gnung Waja Mala

Waja Mala has a bran muffin aspect in aroma, with flavors of turbinado sugar, walnut, raisin and the bittersweetness of flourless chocolate torte. City to Full City.

Indonesia & Asia

Timor Leste Goulala Village

$5.85
An effective wooden hand-crank coffee depulper, Timor Leste
Timor Leste Goulala Village
Timor Leste Goulala Village

Goulala has a sweet cup character, butter cream frosting and mild bittering bass notes are illuminated by tart goji berry and lemon rind, and an almond meal finishing note. City to Full City.

Indonesia & SE Asia

Bali Wet Hulled Bangli Kintamani

$6.05
Individual drying screens help facilitate drying a lot of coffee while managing quality on a small level - Kintamani area
Bali Wet Hulled Bangli Kintamani
Bali Wet Hulled Bangli Kintamani

Shows some typical wet hulled qualities, unrefined molasses and date sugar, stewed fruits, molasses cookie, rustic cocoa tones, tobacco leaf, muted acidity and an oily mouthfeel. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso.

Indonesia & SE Asia

Sumatra Blue Toba Sibisa Motung

$6.25
The sprawling branches of Djember shrub in Aceh
Sumatra Blue Toba Sibisa Motung
Sumatra Blue Toba Sibisa Motung

Intense sweetness and bittering roast flavors, sorghum syrup, foresty cedar, baking chocolate, chicory, hints of licorice and burdock root. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso.

Indonesia & SE Asia

Sumatra Wet Hulled Lues Cike

$6.20
Tim Tim shrub in Gayo, one of the more commonly seen cultivars in this area
Sumatra Wet Hulled Lues Cike
Sumatra Wet Hulled Lues Cike

City+ and Full City roasts have herbaceous/earthy mix in fragrance and aroma, date and palm sugars, foresty notes and roasted grain and cacao nibs flavors in the aftertaste. City+ to Full City+.

Oceania

Papua New Guinea Baroida Estate

$6.55
At the weigh station of a mill in Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinea Baroida Estate
Papua New Guinea Baroida Estate

A sweet, earth-toned coffee with herbal honey sweetness, accents of basil and fresh tarragon, a saturated green tea flavor, rustic palm and date sugars, tart citrus, and sandalwood aroma. City+.

Oceania

Papua New Guinea Kainantu Sero

$6.05
Papua New Guinea Kainantu Sero
Papua New Guinea Kainantu Sero
Papua New Guinea Kainantu Sero

An all around sweet, clean PNG. Syrupy sweet, bubblegum accent, Botan rice candy, orange marmalade aroma, and mild, black tea-like acidity. City to Full City. Wilder espresso option.

South America

Brazil Dry Process Sitio Sr. Niquinho

$5.35
Whole coffee cherry drying on the patio at one of the Carmo process sites
Brazil Dry Process Sitio Sr. Niquinho
Brazil Dry Process Sitio Sr. Niquinho

Full City roasts produce chocolate-covered nut character in the brewed coffee, balanced bittersweetness, mirky fruited accent, and soft green tea-like vibrance. City+ to Full City. Good for espresso.

South America

Brazil Pulp Natural Fazenda Alta Vista

$5.40
Pulp natural process coffee passing through to the soaking tanks before being moved to the drying patios, Carmo de Minas
Brazil Pulp Natural Fazenda Alta Vista
Brazil Pulp Natural Fazenda Alta Vista

At City+, nuanced roast tones compliment burned sugar, hazelnut, pecan cookie, dark caramel sauce, and a roasted barley tea note. A medium-bodied brew. City+ to Full City.

South America

Brazil Pulp Natural Fazenda Santa Ines

$5.80
These bags of dried coffee are the tip of the iceberg at this particular Brazilian mill
Brazil Pulp Natural Fazenda Santa Ines
Brazil Pulp Natural Fazenda Santa Ines

A red raisin note underscored by caramelizing sugar and toffee sweetness, and nut and carob finishing accents. Softness you'd expect from Brazil and body is thick, as are chocolate characteristics. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso.

South America

Colombia Grupo de Caicedo

$6.25
A view of Caicedo town from the road in
Colombia Grupo de Caicedo
Colombia Grupo de Caicedo

Perfumed sugar aroma, glimpses of apple juice, golden raisin and berry wine amidst a balanced core of raw sugar sweetness and tannic bittering qualities. Light roasts have tart berry-like acidity. City to City+.

South America

Colombia Inzá Veredas Vecinas

$5.95
These 20 coffees represent 1 of 6 or 7 tables cupped on that particular day in Inzá
Colombia Inzá Veredas Vecinas
Colombia Inzá Veredas Vecinas

City+ constructs a framework of sucanat, panela, and toffee sweetness, marked by raisin and almond hints. Full City boosts dark chocolate tones and milky body. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso.

South America

Colombia Lo Mejor de Timana

$6.70
Looking down on the Joven family farm from a neighboring plot just above
Colombia Lo Mejor de Timana
Colombia Lo Mejor de Timana

A sweetness like date sugar holds complex cup flavors together; raisin, berry jam, orange rind and sweet basil. Hefty body and rich cacao in dark roasts. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso.

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