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  • Apollo

    Apollo

    $15.75 | 12 oz bag – subscription plans available from $15.75 $14.18 | 12 oz bag / week

    We are transfixed by Ethiopian coffees—Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee, after all. And we are inspired by their floral, citrusy bright notes for the coffees that we use in Apollo.

  • New ASUVIM

    Asuvim

    Sololá, Guatemala
    $18.25 | 12 oz bag

    Representing three villages near beautiful Lake Atitlán in southwestern Guatemala, La Asociación Integral Unidos Para Vivir Mejor (ASUVIM), is a small coffee association with a strong focus on quality. Approximately 50 producers, growing mostly Pache- and Typica-variety coffees, bring their ripe coffee cherries to a central mill each evening where the coffee is processed to create this exceptional lot. Look for flavors of stone fruit, red grape, and vanilla.

  • Big Trouble

    Big Trouble

    $15.25 | 12 oz bag – subscription plans available from $15.25 $13.73 | 12 oz bag / week

    Big Trouble offers nutty, caramel flavors people know and love, which may seem easy—and our goal is to make it easy to enjoy in any brewer—but it’s actually one of the most challenging for us, because clean, sweet, low-acidity coffees from small-scale farms can be elusive.

  • Buziraguhindwa Natural Sundried

    Buziraguhindwa Natural Sundried

    Kayanza, Burundi
    $18.25 | 12 oz bag

    This coffee is produced by Ramadhan Salum and his team, who work with hundreds of farmers in the village of Buziraguhindwa. In partnership with Counter Culture, in 2011, Ramadhan made the first-ever special-preparation natural sundried coffee in Burundi as an experiment. After falling in love with the results, we sold the first small production lot in 2013. Today, Ramadhan continues to lead the way in Burundi, making natural sundried coffees with refined-yet-big fruit flavors. Look for notes of raspberry, strawberry, and date.

  • Cariamanga 2018

    Cariamanga

    Loja, Ecuador
    $18.50 | 12 oz bag

    For the last two years, Counter Culture has focused sourcing efforts in southern Ecuador around the town of Cariamanga. Our partners in the country have been working there for years trying to set up a more direct model to secure coffee from independent, small-scale coffee farms. While not easy, the great climate, coffee varieties, processing practices, and dedication from the farmers have resulted in this selection—boasting a classic-yet-exemplary profile from Ecuador with notes of red plum, fig, and molasses.

  • Cueva de los Llanos

    Cueva de los Llanos

    Nariño, Colombia
    $18.25 | 12 oz bag

    Since 2012, we've been working with producers all over Nariño, Colombia, to create a new supply chain that pays based on quality—resulting in unique lots and better coffee prices. Before, most of the Nariño coffees exported were offered as generic regional lots. Now, small communities of farmers are combining resources to market special lots while improving their farms. Coffee from Cueva de los Llanos is grown by members in the towns of Buesaco and Chachagüí. With notes of green apple, almond, and vanilla, it’s one of the most remarkable coffees we’ve tasted from all of Nariño.

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    Dambi Udo Natural Sundried

    Guji, Ethiopia
    $18.50 | 12 oz bag

    The Guji Highland estate in the Dambi Udo village in Ethiopia combines coffee from its farm with selections from 75 local growers to create this exceptional natural sundried coffee. Both the estate and the surrounding farms have impressive agricultural systems—coffees grow under a dense and diverse canopy of shade, which protects the ecology of the forest. This selection boasts flavors of blueberry, black cherry, and marmalade.

  • Urcunina

    Decaf Urcunina

    Nariño, Colombia
    $18.50 | 12 oz bag

    Since 2012, we have been working with farmers in communities around Nariño, Colombia, to create a new supply chain that pays based on quality. The result is an increase in unique, traceable lots and better coffee prices for farmers. Since its inception in 2012, the Urcunina group in the community of La Florida has grown the most in membership, volume, and quality. Because of these achievements, we elected to make a special decaffeinated version of their coffee processed at a plant in Colombia that uses a derivative from sugarcane to remove caffeine. The resulting cup is sweet and complex with notes of maple syrup, apricot, and graham cracker.

  • Fast Forward

    Fast Forward

    $15.00 | 12 oz bag – subscription plans available from $15.00 $13.50 | 12 oz bag / week

    In Fast Forward, we offer similar coffees from different harvest periods, making it easy to enjoy fresh coffees throughout the year. And Fast Forward allows us to evolve by working with emerging coffee projects.