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.
On his small 3.5-hectare farm nestled in an area close to the El Jilguero ("The Goldfinch") forest reserve in Marcala, Honduras, Rommel Melghem is always innovating. He has been experimenting with different varieties and is using some of the most-forward-thinking organic practices of any farmer we know. On top of that, this year his coffee impressed us more than any from his peers at the COMSA cooperative: notes of almond, cherry, and nougat. Learn more$17.25
The small cooperative that produces this coffee is in San Marcos—a region of western Guatemala that is very high in elevation and has a notably dry climate. Only in the last few decades have people there really been planting and increasingly focusing on coffee. This is our third year working with this organic producer group, and we love the notes of dark chocolate, grape, and brown sugar this coffee delivers. Learn more$15.75
The Haru and Idido cooperatives are just a few miles apart on either side of a small valley. While these co-ops sometimes seem like twins, they certainly exhibit distinctive flavor profiles. On one side, at around 1,900 meters in elevation and predominantly Wolisho variety, Haru brings crisp florals and tea notes to this great blend, while Idido, slightly higher in elevation and predominantly Kudhume variety, brings citric fruit notes and a juicy sweetness. Learn more$17.25