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Africa

Ethiopia Agaro Kedamai Cooperative

$6.15
Drying parchment covered with netting to protect from the mid-day sun, Kedamai coop

Clean, transparent sweetness when roasted light, with an orange flavor that accents the cup and defines acidity too, followed by peach tea, and orange blossom top notes. City to City+.

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.

Central America

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+.

Central America

Honduras Comayagua Grupo El Sute

$5.95
New flower buds forming at a farm in Comayagua
Honduras Comayagua Grupo El Sute
Honduras Comayagua Grupo El Sute

Compelling smells in dry fragrance and wet aroma, and potent sweetness and fruited flavors in the cup; turbinado sugar, molasses, tangerine, orange peel, finishing notes of rue and a clove spice. City to Full City.

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 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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