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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. Valle del Santuario – Organic Coffee from Peru

    Valle del Santuario – 12 oz bag

    Valle del Santuario comes from five small communities that are part of an exclusive Counter Culture project in northern Peru. Now in our eighth year, these communities have firmly established themselves as one of our favorites to work with—making beautiful coffees with balanced notes of chocolate, plum, spice, and vanilla with a smooth, round body. Learn more
    $16.00
  2. Rosales – Single-Origin Coffee from Colombia

    Rosales - 12 oz Bag

    "Go big or go home" is a fitting mantra for our sudden influx of coffees from Nariño, Colombia. This year, not only did we see huge potential with small, independent producers, we also started working with Cafes Especiales—the promising cooperative based in the towns of Buesaco and Tablón de Gómez that produced this coffee. Notes of milk chocolate, nut, and black cherry. Learn more
    $17.25
  3. Remera – Single-Origin Coffee from Rwanda

    Remera – 12 oz bag

    We have worked with the family that owns the Remera washing station for a number of years. In that time, we have seen them innovate countless times. From planting dozens of coffee varieties to separating lots from small communities, each year they impress us. It is no wonder that their coffee is delicious—deeply sweet and beaming with notes of stone fruit and citrus. Learn more
    $16.50
  4. La Voz – Single-origin Organic Coffee from Guatemala

    La Voz – 12 oz Bag

    The farms of growers contributing coffee to the La Voz cooperative are nestled among the volcanoes surrounding the breathtaking Lake Atitlán—easily one of the most beautiful places in the world. For a second year in a row, the well-managed co-op produced a coffee with notes of crisp red apple and light fruit tones complemented by a sweet, nutty finish.
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    $15.75
  5. La Golondrina – 12 oz bag

    La Golondrina – 12 oz bag

    Sourced directly from Cauca’s most skilled quality-focused organic farmers, La Golondrina represents the very best of Colombian coffee with layered flavors of dried cherry, dark chocolate, and caramel. Learn more
    $17.50
  6. Idido Natural Sundried

    Idido Natural Sundried - 12 oz Bag

    The village of Idido has built a staggering reputation for the quality of their natural processed coffee—which we have been roasting each year for almost a decade. This year's coffee showcases big notes of concord grape and strawberry. Learn more
    $16.75
  7. Buziraguhindwa Natural Sundried

    Buziraguhindwa Natural Sundried - 12 oz Bag

    Last year, our favorite natural-processed coffee was from Buziraguhindwa, and this year it repeats that distinction. This exceptional coffee comes from Ramadhan Salum who produced the first-ever special preparation natural in Burundi, and, while he has inspired others in the country to try their hands at it, he is the original. This is a big-flavor coffee: juicy with notes of tart strawberry and sweet raspberry. Learn more
    $17.25
  8. Buziraguhindwa – Single-Origin Coffee from Burundi

    Buziraguhindwa - 12 oz bag

    The tiny village of Buziraguhindwa has built quite a reputation for quality over the last few years. The owner of the town's washing station, Ramadhan Salum, has an infectious drive and energy to create great small lots—and that drive is what makes this coffee some of the best in the country. Juicy with notes of blood orange and stone fruit. Learn more
    $15.75
  9. Amor de Dios – 12 oz bag

    Amor de Dios – 12 oz bag

    This year, torrential rains and poor weather in Bolivia led to a slightly later harvests and very low yields. Despite this challenge, we went into Bolivia’s harvest looking to expand our purchasing scope and focus. In particular, we focused on the AIPEAD cooperative in the town of Amor de Dios whose coffee shines, even with this season’s struggles. Notes of green grape, almond, and bittersweet chocolate. Learn more

    $16.25

    $15.25

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