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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. Gerald Njagi Chege

    Gerald Njagi Chege - 12 oz bag

    This tiny, 60-pound peaberry lot from Gerald Njagi Chege was so good that we air-freighted it from the Kirinyaga region of Kenya to get it here sooner. Our very first single-farmer lot from Kenya, this coffee represents an amazing new project we have been working on for two years. And, it's also the first lot that we really fell in love with this year from Kenya. Savory notes of tropical fruit and citrus. Learn more
    $30.00

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  2. Mpemba - 12 oz bag

    Mpemba - 12 oz bag

    This cooperative's coffee is simply impressive. From the inception of the co-op last year to this year being recognized in the top 5 coffees in all of Burundi in a national tasting competition, it is probably best to let the coffee speak for itself. Notes of citrus and dried fruit with balance and impeccable sweetness.
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    $15.50
  3. 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
  4. 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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