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Nicaragua Santa Helena Maracaturra

$7.30
Lexania Marin at left with Luis Balladarez Jr from Beneficio Las Segovias
Nicaragua Santa Helena Maracaturra
Nicaragua Santa Helena Maracaturra

Sweet from start to finish, with top notes of black tea, green apple, pistachio ice cream, a dash of spice, along with a malty note in the long aftertaste. City to City+.

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El Salvador Honey Process Finca El Naranjo

$6.05
Orange trees interspersed with the coffee, and where Finca El Naranjo gets its name
El Salvador Honey Process Finca El Naranjo
El Salvador Honey Process Finca El Naranjo

Honey sweetness accented by dried cherry, pomegranate and cranberry notes, and tannic acidity and mouthfeel. Darker roasts show cocoa bittersweetness, and softer fruit characteristics. City to Full City.

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El Salvador La Esperanza "H1" Cultivar

$6.20
El Salvador La Esperanza "H1" Cultivar
El Salvador La Esperanza
El Salvador La Esperanza

La Esperanza is a fairly delicate, nuanced El Salvador. Toffee/caramel sweetness, roasted barley green tea, lemony acidity, light body, clean mouthfeel. City to Full City.

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Guatemala Xinabajul Aler Villatoro

$6.85
A portion of the Villatoro family pictured here, Aler in the blue v-neck t-shirt
Guatemala Xinabajul Aler Villatoro
Guatemala Xinabajul Aler Villatoro

Light roasts show honeyed sweetness, complex berry top notes, candied citrus and a cardamom spice hint. Roast development brings out chocolate bittersweetness. City to Full City. Good for espresso.

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Guatemala Xinabajul Evelio Villatoro

$6.80
Visiting Evelio in El Injerto, this is his drying patio and milling site near his home
Guatemala Xinabajul Evelio Villatoro
Guatemala Xinabajul Evelio Villatoro

A complex brew at a wide range of roasts, underlying butterscotch sweetness that hits a perfumed floral apex, accent notes of brisk tea, dark berry, candied citrus and a tangy acidity. City to Full City+. Good for espresso.

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Mexico Honey Process Marsellesa -Doña Eva

$6.65
Looking into the drying room, raised beds are filled with honey and wet processed coffees. She's set up a fan for air circulation when temperatures rise
Mexico Honey Process Marsellesa -Doña Eva
Mexico Honey Process Marsellesa -Doña Eva

Pour over brews yield a fruited cup that fits right in with our top tier Centrals American coffee. Berry-like vibrance, honey sweetness, red berry, apple, tart rhubarb and a walnut finishing note. City to City+.

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Guatemala Acatenango Gesha

$15.50
A flowering Gesha shrub at this Acatenango farm
Guatemala Acatenango Gesha
Guatemala Acatenango Gesha

As good as it gets: star jasmine, rose water, Assam, tart rose hips, pristine sweetness, fruit bubblegum, tropical aroma, and brisk acidity. City to City+. Works as floral and chocolatey espresso too when roasted darker.

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Costa Rica Tarrazu La Casona SF 1900

$6.60
Laying out coffee to dry on raised beds at La Casona micro mill
Costa Rica Tarrazu La Casona SF 1900
Costa Rica Tarrazu La Casona SF 1900

SF 1900 presents rounded sweetness in the cup, molasses, cane juice, with a tasty vanilla accent, and acidity like lemon tea. Full City builds a more chocolate-toned cup. City to Full City.

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