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Africa

Burundi Kayanza Masha Station

$6.05
Preparing the drying tables for the incoming harvest, Masha Coffee Washing Station ("CWS")
Burundi Kayanza Masha Station
Burundi Kayanza Masha Station

The level of sweetness ranks high (8.8!) - sugar in the raw, cream caramel, light brown sugar - with spiced flecks of cinnamon powder, hints of apple and pear and structuring acidity. City to Full City. Good for espresso.

Africa

Burundi Kayanza Yandaro Station

$6.05
After the coffee is depulped and fermented, it's laid to drip dry in piles like this on the "skin drying" tables, before being moved to the main drying beds.
Burundi Kayanza Yandaro Station
Burundi Kayanza Yandaro Station

Cherry flesh and orange pulp notes are understated, with caramel and molasses-type sugary sweetness more dominant, and citric to black tea-like vibrance. Surprisingly chocolatey at Full City. City to Full City. Good for espresso.

Africa

Rwanda Kivu Kageyo

$6.15
Some physical defects are most easily identified when the beans are still wet and swollen, that's what's happening here at the "skin drying" tables - Kageyo station
Rwanda Kivu Kageyo
Rwanda Kivu Kageyo

Equal parts raw sugar sweetness and complex baking spice notes, butter toffee sweetness giving way to clove and cinnamon top notes, candied lemon peel and English Breakfast tea finish. City to Full City. Good for espresso.

Africa

Ethiopia Agaro Duromina Coop Lot 17

$6.65
With some of the farm Duromina coop management and workers
Ethiopia Agaro Duromina Coop Lot 17
Ethiopia Agaro Duromina Coop Lot 17

Duromina has intense cup flavors, nectarine, peach skin, herbal rue and orange marmalade notes are attention grabbing. Deeper roasts pull out cacao bittersweetness and rustic dried stone fruit. City to Full City. Good for espresso.

Africa

Ethiopia Agaro Biftu Gudina Coop

$6.45
Ripening cherry in Agaro near Biftu Gudina
Ethiopia Agaro Biftu Gudina Coop
Ethiopia Agaro Biftu Gudina Coop

Stone fruit flavors are a central component, canned peaches, natural dried apricot, along with a "root" like sarsaparilla characteristic, and a sweet finish marked by a lime zest hint. City+ to Full City. Outstanding espresso.

Africa

Ethiopia Agaro Sadi Loya Coop

$6.35
Agitating the coffee with wooden "rakes" in the washing channel at Sadi Loya in order to remove the sticky mucilage layer
Ethiopia Agaro Sadi Loya Coop
Ethiopia Agaro Sadi Loya Coop

Honeyed sweetness is accented by a pulpy citrus note and hop flower aroma. Intense bittersweet chocolate at Full City, with berry hints and orange zest. City+ to Full City. Good for espresso.

Africa

Kenya Nyeri Kianjogu AA/AB

$7.65
Typical 4-disc depulper at one of the Othaya FCS wet mill factories
Kenya Nyeri Kianjogu AA/AB
Kenya Nyeri Kianjogu AA/AB

Transparent sweetness like table sugar or simple syrup is accented by understated flavors of citrus, blueberry and raisin, with lemon-like vibrance. City to Full City. A bright and chocolatey espresso.

Africa

Tanzania Mbeya Isende AB

$5.25
A view of Isende FBG from the other side of the hill
Tanzania Mbeya Isende AB
Tanzania Mbeya Isende AB

Medium roasts show balanced sweet/bittering flavors, elements of buckwheat pancakes with maple syrup, bittering powdered cocoa, licorice hint and an aromatic woody aroma. City+ to Full City. Good for espresso.

Africa

Burundi Kayanza Dusangirijambo Coop

$5.95
Turning damp parchment coffee on the drying beds to facilitate even drying, Dusangirijambo
Burundi Kayanza Dusangirijambo Coop
Burundi Kayanza Dusangirijambo Coop

Layered sweetness gives way to subtle baking spice and apple accents, black tea, and lemon water acidity. Balanced sweet and bitter flavors and Full City shows rich dark chocolate and cherry notes. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso. 

Africa

Rwanda Nyamasheke Kanyege Station

$6.05
Cooperative members at the wet mill tending to the parchment drying tables
Rwanda Nyamasheke Kanyege Station
Rwanda Nyamasheke Kanyege Station

Cane juice sweetness anchors the cup, lemon grass tea, citric acidity, cinnamon and all-spice finish. Robust spiced chocolate when roasted dark. City to Full City. Prime espresso option.

Arabia

Yemen Mokha Harasi

$9.80
Walking around the mountainside stone city of Gart, Harasi in 2007
Yemen Mokha Harasi
Yemen Mokha Harasi

City+ roasts are creamy, Brazil nut and dusty cocoa, dried stone fruit, cooked rhubarb, rustic date sugar, dried tamarind, black licorice, and aromatic cedar wood. City+ to Full City+. Wild espresso.

Arabia

Yemen Mokha Matari

$9.90
A patchwork of colorful coffee drying on rooftops in Yemen
Yemen Mokha Matari
Yemen Mokha Matari

As complex as they come, chicory, date, slab apricot, tobacco, cooked rhubarb, dried tamarind, black licorice, sandalwood aroma. City+ to Full City+. Wild espresso. Best with rest.

Central America

Nicaragua Buenos Aires Mill -Los Pinos

$5.35
Whole cherry awaiting depulping at the Buenos Aires wet mill
Nicaragua Buenos Aires Mill -Los Pinos
Nicaragua Buenos Aires Mill -Los Pinos

Los Pinos is a crowd pleasing cup: big body, mild acidity, and lasting bittersweetness. Full City finds a nice interplay between layered sugars, nut notes and bittersweet roast tones. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso and blending.

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

Honduras Ruta del Cafe

$5.50
Covered drying beds in Paraiso
Honduras Ruta del Cafe
Honduras Ruta del Cafe

Flavors of raw sugar, cinnamon powder, shades of bittersweet chocolate and soft but present acidity that comes off like apple or pear. City+ to Full City+. Good espresso.

Central America

El Salvador Dry Process Cerro Verde Bourbon

$6.15
Bourbon shrub at the highest part of Cerro Verde farm, "La Abundancia"
El Salvador Dry Process Cerro Verde Bourbon
El Salvador Dry Process Cerro Verde Bourbon

Bold blueberry and blackberry flavor notes make Cerro Verde a standout El Salvador, along with matched brown sugar sweetness, candied walnut and impressive acidity at City/City+. City to Full City. Good for espresso.

Central America

El Salvador Anaerobic Fermentation San Eduardo

$6.05
This is actually a view from Finca Miravalle, the neighboring farm of San Eduardo Farm.
El Salvador Anaerobic Fermentation San Eduardo
El Salvador Anaerobic Fermentation San Eduardo

Brown sugar sweetness, nut notes like peanut oil and almond butter, indications of baking spice, black currant hint and candied nut finish. Big bodied. City to Full City+. Good for espresso.

Central America

Guatemala Huehuetenango Finca Rosma

$6.90
"Welcome to Rosma", the modest sign hangs as you enter the property on the way down to the wet mill.
Guatemala Huehuetenango Finca Rosma
Guatemala Huehuetenango Finca Rosma

Rosma brews so well with mouth-cleansing acidity, dark sugary sweetness, fruited notes of dark grape and plum, a dash of baking spice and rock solid bittersweet core. City to Full City+. Good for espresso.

Decaf

Espresso Workshop #45 Monyet SWP Decaf

$7.75
Espresso Workshop #45 Monyet SWP Decaf
Espresso Workshop #45 Monyet SWP Decaf
Espresso Workshop #45 Monyet SWP Decaf

Brighter when roasted lighter, and Full City are anchored in deep chocolate roast tones, red berry fruit accent notes, honey wheat, burdock root and chocolate malted grains.  City+ to Full City. Great decaf espresso.

Indonesia & Asia

Java Wet Hulled Frinsa Estate

$6.50
Java Wet Hulled Frinsa Estate

Earth-toned aromatics reminiscent of Sumatra, rustic sweeteners like brown rice syrup and date sugar, bittering cacao, citrus rind, bell pepper, red fruit and sweet tobacco. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso blending.

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