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Costa Rica Chirripo Los Crestones

$6.40
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Los Crestones crew, 2015
Costa Rica Chirripo Los Crestones
Costa Rica Chirripo Los Crestones

My best brews were within a fairly tight roast range, where toasted sugar, restrained fruit, bittersweet cocoa, barley malt, and mild black tea flavors are found. City+ to Full City. Good for espresso.

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Costa Rica Don Mayo El Llano

$6.40
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Costa Rica Don Mayo El Llano
Costa Rica Don Mayo El Llano
Costa Rica Don Mayo El Llano

El Llano is a bittersweet brew, and finds balanced flavors of toffee and baking cocoa in middle roasts, as well as a subtle green apple note that adds structure. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso.

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Costa Rica Don Mayo El Llano

$6.50
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Ripe, round Catuai cherries at one of Don Mayo's farms
Costa Rica Don Mayo El Llano
Costa Rica Don Mayo El Llano

Caramelizing sugar flavors from hot to cool, and notes of toasted almond and toffee nut offer a nice counterpoint, as do hints of dried apple, and brisk black tea. City+ to Full City.

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Costa Rica Don Oscar El Pedregal

$6.35
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Cherry delivery area at La Casona - you can see their Penagos mechanical demucilager in the background
Costa Rica Don Oscar El Pedregal
Costa Rica Don Oscar El Pedregal

Lemon brilliance weaves it's way through dense chocolate roast tones, with glimpses of walnut and graham cracker, and a flavor like chocolate-covered pistachio fills the aftertaste. Sweetness holds up to darker roasting. Full City to Full City+. Good for espresso.

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Costa Rica Dota El Conquistador

$5.95
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Costa Rica Dota El Conquistador
Costa Rica Dota El Conquistador
Costa Rica Dota El Conquistador

Chocolatey aspects at a wide roast range, milk chocolate, semi-sweet, baker's cocoa. Lightly fruited in middle roasts, silky body, and well integrated acidity. City+ to Vienna. Good for espresso.

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Costa Rica Helsar Miguel Rojas

$6.50
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Opening the hatch to pass cherry through the processing machinery at Helsar. It should be noted, this is the lower quality cherry of mixed ripeness.
Costa Rica Helsar Miguel Rojas
Costa Rica Helsar Miguel Rojas

Base of molasses sugars, apple and raisin hints, fruit juice brightness, and tangy black tea finish. Deeper roasts are dominated by bittersweet chocolate roast tones. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso.

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Costa Rica Tarrazu Don Mayo Beneficio

$6.50
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Drying coffee on the patios of Don Mayo mill
Costa Rica Tarrazu Don Mayo Beneficio
Costa Rica Tarrazu Don Mayo Beneficio

Middle roasts show brown rice syrup and black strap molasses, hints of golden raisin and walnut, and acidity has an orange oil quality. At Full City chocolate and sugar flavors are harmonious. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso.

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Costa Rica Tarrazu La Casona SF 1900

$6.60
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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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Costa Rica Tarrazu San Francisco 1900

$6.65
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The delivery site at La Casona micro mill - that's Roger's son at far left, and Onofre, an agronomist at far right.
Costa Rica Tarrazu San Francisco 1900
Costa Rica Tarrazu San Francisco 1900

Rounded sweetness in the cup, with nuanced finishing flavors that come to a point. Look for butter toffee, caramelizing dark sugars, an almond accent note, and acidity that cuts through like lemongrass herbal tea. City+ to Full City.

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El Salvador Anaerobic Fermentation San Eduardo

$6.05
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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.

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El Salvador Dry Process Cerro Verde Bourbon

$6.15
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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.

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El Salvador Finca Matalapa Bourbon

$6.55
Out Of Stock
Vickie Dalton of Finca Matalapa
El Salvador Finca Matalapa Bourbon
El Salvador Finca Matalapa Bourbon

Caramely sweet with roasted nut flavors, a cinnamon spice top note, and a chocolate bittersweetness that is bolstered with deeper roast development. City+ to Full City+. Classic toned SO espresso.

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El Salvador Finca Matalapa Peaberry

$6.75
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New sprouts at Matalapa's nursery - what farmers often refer to as "soldiers"
El Salvador Finca Matalapa Peaberry
El Salvador Finca Matalapa Peaberry

Light roasts have a correspondingly light body, which fits the high-toned, refreshing brightness. Convincing raw sugar sweetness, citrus rind and malted grain accent notes. City to City+.

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El Salvador Finca Santa Julia Bourbon

$6.75
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Doña Haydee's husband, Alfredo, who also manages Santa Julia
El Salvador Finca Santa Julia Bourbon
El Salvador Finca Santa Julia Bourbon

Middle roasts have flavor aspects of granola; oats and roasted almonds baked with honey and cinnamon, even a subtle dried raisin note. Heavier dark chocolate flavors are found at Full City. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso.

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El Salvador Honey Process Finca El Naranjo

$6.05
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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

$6.15
Out Of Stock
El Salvador La Esperanza "H1" Cultivar
El Salvador La Esperanza
El Salvador La Esperanza

A raw sugar backdrop, with a sweet almond paste flavor, and a dried lemon peel accent. Impressive acidity and cleanliness for the region. Bittersweet cocoa with darker roasts. City to Full City+. Good for espresso.

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El Salvador Miravalle Pacamara

$6.50
Out Of Stock
Teeny tiny Yellow Caturra shrubs at the nursery of Finca Miravalle
El Salvador Miravalle Pacamara
El Salvador Miravalle Pacamara

Lemony hints accent Miravalle's nutty sweetness, raw sugar and almond brittle candy make up the bulk of the profile, with muted lemon tea candied citrus notes, and citrus-like perceived acidity. City to Full City.

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El Salvador Morazan Finca El Mango

$7.60
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Coop members and workers at the wet mill site in Perquin
El Salvador Morazan Finca El Mango
El Salvador Morazan Finca El Mango

El Mango is a versatile coffee, compact sweetness, herbal lemon grass note, toffee-coated nut and deep chocolate roast character. City to Full City+. Good for espresso.

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Guatemala Acatenango Gesha Lot #12

$16.00
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Gesha seeds on the farm in Acatenango
Guatemala Acatenango Gesha Lot #12
Guatemala Acatenango Gesha Lot #12

Complex floral and tea notes proliferate in both aroma and cup flavors, pearl jasmine and Darjeeling, strong florals like rose water, star jasmine and freesia, and brisk acidity and accompanying mouthfeel. City to City+. Full City roasts for floral espresso.

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Guatemala Antigua Finca "BV" Bourbon

$6.75
Out Of Stock
Guatemala Antigua Finca "BV" Bourbon
Guatemala Antigua Finca
Guatemala Antigua Finca

Middle roasts develop balanced bittersweetness, a caramel overlay, hazelnut, cocoa sprinkled vanilla bean, plenty of chocolate roast tones, and roasted almond. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso.

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