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Welcome to our new store. We'd like to encourage customers to brew any of our coffees using any brewing method!
 
If you're specifically looking for coffees originally created for espresso brewing, you'll find those listed as Year-Round products. And, again, we'd definitely encourage you to consider any coffee we offer appropriate for any brewer.

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  1. Number 46 - 12 oz bag

    Number 46 - 12 oz bag

    In the earliest days of Counter Culture's history, co-founder Fred Houk created what he felt was a delicious European-style coffee blend. Filed away in our recipe book as "No. 46," more than 15 years later this coffee remains one of our best-selling and most celebrated blends. We still simply call it Number 46. Learn more
    $13.75
  2. Reko — 12 oz bag

    Reko — 12 oz bag

    Early spring is a challenging time of year to find great single-origin offerings. Our coffee selections from the southern hemisphere are running out this time of year and, many times, we are awaiting coffees Central America and East Africa. As we wait for the coffee from the Idido and Haru cooperatives with whom we work year in and year out, we bought this lot from the Reko washing station to offer for a short stint. Notes of rose hips, melon, and citrus. Learn more
    $20.25
  3. Rustico - 12 oz bag

    Rustico - 12 oz bag

    The miracle of coffee is that it is capable of a range of delicious flavors: brown sugar, toasted nuts, chocolate, stone fruit, even flowers. Often, blends focus on only one or two of these characteristics, opting for simplicity. Rustico embraces the full spectrum of coffee flavor, and is almost kaleidoscopic in its flavor intensity. To create Rustico, we layer intensely delicious organic coffees artfully to create a complex, fully satisfying coffee experience, which expresses itself beautifully in an espresso machine, drip filter, or French press. Learn more
    $13.75
  4. Tairora Project - 12 oz bag

    Tairora Project - 12 oz bag

    Late Harvest
    Our coffees from the Tairora Project are small lots that are meticulously separated and selected for quality from a few villages and producers in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea. This system was developed by third-generation coffee grower Chris Colbran to improve the quality, transparency, and sustainability within the local coffee trade around the Baroida Estate. Look for savory-sweet notes of stone fruit and ginger snap. Learn more

    $15.50

    $14.50

  5. Toscano - 12 oz bag

    Toscano - 12 oz bag

    Roasted and blended in the caffe dolce or "sweet coffee" tradition of Central Italian espresso, Toscano finds a home in other brewers, as well, for a slightly darker-profile cup. Sweet and mild, with notes of caramel, hazelnut, and dark chocolate, Toscano has built quite a following of professional baristas and home coffee enthusiasts. Learn more
    $13.75
  6. Tsheya - 12 oz bag

    Tsheya - 12 oz bag

    Community Lots
    Amid the tension and instability that plague the Kivu communities in eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo is a group of small-scale coffee farmers coming together to really make a name for themselves. The last few years, we have seen the development of high quality coffees there, and this year we took it even further to select out small lots from a few unique communities. Each community lot processed at the Tsheya washing station is nuanced, but all the lots are tied together by a bright citrus, stone fruit, and lightly savory notes. Learn more
    $15.75

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