Sweet Maria's would like to be your information source and green coffee supplier for your home coffee roasting adventures. Home roasting is easy! It only takes 5 to 15 minutes and your reward is the freshest coffee around. It requires no fancy equipment and green coffee from Sweet Maria's is half the price of good roasted coffee from a retailer. We have a huge selection of green coffees, each carefully cupped and rated for quality.
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Green Coffee Beans
We are very proud of our unroasted green coffee selection of 50+ types. Each is meticulously cup-rated, and selected from particular current crop lots, representing the "best of the best!"
- May 22, 2015: Six new coffees this week - starting off strong with two new Yirga Cheffes, Ethiopia Yirga Cheffe Baraka Buna and Ethiopia Yirga Cheffe Kela Kochore, two dynamic coffees with fruit-laden profiles, extreme cleanliness, and floral complexity. And we also have our first Kenyas here, a single offering this week with more to come. Kenya Kirinyaga Karimikui AA a classic Kenya cup, tart citrus juice and grape accents, syrupy sweetness across the roast spectrum. Guatemala Alotenango Tres Volcanes is a small farmer blend, a great drinking coffee with mouth-cleansing acidity. Uganda Organic Cheema Kapchorwa shows a different side of African coffee, and will appeal to fans of the low acid, rustic nature of Indonesian and Brazilian coffees. And finally, we see the return of our Workshop blends - Espresso Workshop #35 - Arruuugas!. This three-bean blend produces viscous body, complex layers of chocolate, and dark fruit top notes.
- May 15, 2015: Three new Colombias - A very limited offering of Colombia Monte Verde Wush Wush, Ethiopian cultivar producing buttery-caramel sweetness, melon and lemon tea notes, and a mild floral overlay. Colombia Timana La Florida Vereda, a coffee worthy of competition, clean expressions of raw sugar and fruit notes, with a unique and lasting sweetness in the finish. Colombia Timana Santa Barbara shows balanced bittersweetness of panela sugar and cocoa nibs, and brightness as it cools. This week also sees the return of two Rwanda favorites, Rwanda Kivu Kanzu, and Rwanda Nyamasheke Mutovu Cooperative. Expect flavors ranging from light brown sugar to bittersweet cocoa, fruited apple and grape notes, and Bergamot citrus to Earl Grey tea.
- May 7, 2015: We've added another coffee from Brazil Fazenda Santa Ines, this time a pulp natural process. Expect a thick bodied cup, complex cocoa and roasted nut notes, mild stewed fruit in the background. A nice dual-use coffee.