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Dozens of great offerings to choose from. Read the descriptions to find the right coffees for you.

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Central America

Honduras Cerro Negro La Lesquiñada

$5.65
Taking a walk around La Lesquiñada with Sergio Romero
Honduras Cerro Negro La Lesquiñada
Honduras Cerro Negro La Lesquiñada

Balanced dark sugar sweetness and roast tone, top notes of raisin, dried stone fruit, a green herbal accent, high % cacao bar, and a dark berry accent. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso.

Central America

Honduras Comayagua Angel Vasquez

$5.75
These flowers will bloom, and soon after, become coffee cherry. Comayagua.
Honduras Comayagua Angel Vasquez
Honduras Comayagua Angel Vasquez

Unrefined sugar sweetness accented by herbaceous rue and Thai basil, citric acidity, berry accents, bittersweet cocoa and a walnut accent note. City to Full City+. Good espresso.

Central America

Honduras Organic Santa Maria Doña Aguilar

$5.65
In order to check if fermentation is complete, they poke a stick (often a broom handle) into the fermenting coffee and if the hole that is left behind does not collapse on itself, the coffee is ready.
Honduras Organic Santa Maria Doña Aguilar
Honduras Organic Santa Maria Doña Aguilar

A sweet, clean cup that comes off on the delicate side when roasted light. Notes of caramel drizzled almonds, brown sugar, cacao nib accent and hop flower aroma. City to City+.

Central America

Honduras Sample Set

Starting at $5.65

Honduras Sample Set

We currently have some great offerings from Honduras available, all priced under $6/ lb! So we decided to put together a convenient sample pack to try them all. Check out this blog post to read about our sourcing in Honduras.

Honduras Comayagua Angel Vasquez

Honduras Organic Santa Maria Doña Aguilar

Honduras Buenos Aires Community

 

Central America

Nicaragua Dipilto Monte Libano

$6.20
Depulper at Buenos Aires' wet mill not too far from the farm
Nicaragua Dipilto Monte Libano
Nicaragua Dipilto Monte Libano

Monte Libano has compact sweetness, brown sugar, caramel, walnut and a subtle cinnamon accent note. Roast does very little to upset this coffee's balance. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso.

Indonesia & Asia

Flores Manu Lalu Cooperative

$6.25
Depulping small batches of cherry in a hand-crank depulper in Flores
Flores Manu Lalu Cooperative
Flores Manu Lalu Cooperative

Delicious, balanced drinking coffee, cocoa nibs, almond milk, bittering spice and natural sugar sweetness. Acidity is quietly present, lively. City+ to Full City. Great espresso.

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.

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

Colombia Buesaco Alianza de Granjeros

$6.30
Coffee being moved out of the Alianza warehouse in Buesaco on its way to a dry mill where it will be prepared for export.
Colombia Buesaco Alianza de Granjeros
Colombia Buesaco Alianza de Granjeros

Caramel sweet overtone, notes of apples baked with cinnamon and brown sugar, elegant green apple acidity and spiced finish. Bittersweet chocolate with darker roast development. City to Full City. Nice espresso.

South America

Colombia Buesaco Vereda Veracruz

$6.15
Abraham Imbajoa and his son giving us a tour of their family's farm and wet mill
Colombia Buesaco Vereda Veracruz
Colombia Buesaco Vereda Veracruz

Traces of dried fruit and almond in the cup, atop an undercurrent of panela raw sugar and bittersweet cacao bar. Apple-like acidity makes for a juicy mouthfeel. City to Full City+. Good for espresso.

South America

Colombia Inzá Veredas Vecinas

$5.95
Typical enclosed drying room in Colombia. This particular dryer is just outside La Palmera, Inzá.
Colombia Inzá Veredas Vecinas
Colombia Inzá Veredas Vecinas

Persistent sweetness, a framework of unrefined sugary flavors like light brown sugar, raw panela and toffee, raisin and roasted almond accents, and deep chocolate flavors with roast development. City to Full City+. Good espresso.

South America

Peru Huabal El Paraiso

$5.75
Yellow ripe coffee cherry at a farm near Huabal, Cajamarca
Peru Huabal El Paraiso
Peru Huabal El Paraiso

Crowd pleasing, balance of unrefined sugars, mild bittering tones and soft apple-like acidity. Notes of semi-sweet chocolate chip, almond paste, and hazelnut spread. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso.

Sweet Maria's Blends

Sweet Maria's Ethiopiques Blend

$6.80
Sweet Maria's Ethiopiques Blend
Sweet Maria's Ethiopiques Blend
Sweet Maria's Ethiopiques Blend

All fresh ingredients makes for an incredible espresso. Full City shots have sweet chocolate flavors, and complex fruited notes like nectarine and peach, dark grape, and milder citrus hints. So sweet, without acidity being "over the top". Fruit flavors shift and the sweet aftertaste lingers. City+ to Full City+ depending on brew application. Best for espresso.

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