Our New Ethiopian Coffee Resources!

For more than two years, we have been researching the history and origins of coffees from Ethiopia in an effort to better understand the potential of "the birthplace of coffee." This exploration led us to create an exciting new collection of resources that aim to bridge the knowledge gap about Ethiopian coffee varieties—including our new book, A Reference Guide to Ethiopian Coffee Varieties!

Jhon Fredy Villacorte – Single-Farmer Lot

Jhon Fredy Villacorte produced a coffee so exceptional on his farm in Samaniego, Nariño, that we are offering it as a single-farmer lot for the second year in a row. Notes of red grape, milk chocolate, and pastry.

Galaxy – Limited-Release Blend

For more than two years, Counter Culture has been researching the history and origins of the coffees from Ethiopia—all in an effort to better understand the potential of “the birthplace of coffee.” This exploration helped us discover the two unique offerings that make up this blend.

Fresh-Roasted Coffee. On Repeat.

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Wholesale Coffee

Counter Culture is about more than sourcing and roasting exceptional coffee. We also build relationships with the best cafes and restaurants who share our values and commitment to pushing potential. If you are a current wholesale customer login below, if you are interested in becoming a partner, tell us about your business and a member of our sales team will contact you soon!


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We love teaching people about coffee—and learning along the way. Explore our comprehensive online resources, including quick + easy brewing guides, our customizable tool for understanding coffee seasonality, and more.


We are dedicated to measurable social, fiscal, and environmental sustainability, not only in our own operations, but throughout the coffee supply chain. To learn more about what we do, visit Sustainability.


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Visit one of our regional training centers for our weekly Tasting at Ten every Friday at 10 a.m.
Free and open to the public.