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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. Rosales – Single-Origin Coffee from Colombia

    Los Rosales - 12 oz Bag

    With a climate influenced by its proximity to the Pacific Ocean, the region of Nariño, Colombia, is a special place that is known for great coffees. It is there—in particular the towns of Buesaco and Tablón de Gómez—that the Cafés Especiales cooperative members focus on selections of their Caturra variety for this stunning lot with notes of black cherry, plum, and milk chocolate. Learn more
    $17.25
  2. Nkurubuye – 12 oz bag

    Nkurubuye – 12 oz bag

    Nkurubuye is a small village in southern Rwanda working with the Remera washing station. Roughly 100 growers in Nkurubuye contributed coffee cherries for this lot. Coffee from growers was brought to the washing station, processed impeccably, and shade dried in an experimental system built this year by Sam Muhirwa—who manages all of the coffee at Remera. This unique approach resulted in a beautiful coffee with crisp notes of pear and apricot. Learn more
    $16.50
  3. Underdog – Limited-Release Blend

    The Natural – 12 oz box

    Limited-Release
    High-quality naturally processed coffees are rare and extraordinarily difficult to produce. The quality challenge presented by this processing style inspires and pushes us to work with farmers to refine and reinvent naturally processed coffee. This seasonal blend represents the best collaborations to date. Juicy, saturated fruit notes that taste like berry cobbler. Learn more
    $16.50
  4. Bonta– 12 oz Bag

    Bonta– 12 oz Bag

    This coffee is the result of the hard work of about two dozen small- and medium-sized family farms growing mainly Bourbon- and Typica-variety coffee in the small village of Bonta at approximately 1,700 meters. Small lots from these farms are processed and kept separate for us by the Colbran family—our long time partners in Papua New Guinea—to create a coffee that is savory, softly citric, and delicately tea-like.

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    $16.50
  5. Decaf Urcunina – 12 oz bag

    Decaf Urcunina – 12 oz bag

    Not only did we work with the Borderlands Project in Nariño, Colombia, to produce exceptional lots of caffeinated coffee this year, we also selected coffee from this inspiring association of growers in La Florida to make a special decaffeinated version of their coffee. Notes of dried fruit, toffee, and sweet spices. Learn more
    $16.50
  6. Buziraguhindwa Natural Sundried

    Buziraguhindwa Natural Sundried - 12 oz Bag

    This exceptional coffee comes from Ramadhan Salum, who works with small farmers in the village of Buziraguhindwa. Here he produced the first-ever special preparation natural in Burundi a few years ago, and today his natural processing techniques are unmatched—anywhere. This is a clean and big-flavored coffee. Tart and juicy with notes of jammy strawberry and raspberry, balanced with impeccable sweetness. Learn more
    $16.50
  7. Cueva de los Llanos – 12 oz bag

    Cueva de los Llanos – 12 oz bag

    Seven growers in the towns of Buesaco and Chachagüí in Nariño, Colombia, selected their Caturra-variety for this stunning lot. This is one of many community-specific lots we sourced through the Borderlands Project in Nariño, which focuses on better quality and better prices for growers. This lot is vibrant with notes of milk chocolate, grape, and almond.

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    $16.50
  8. Kuichi – 12 oz Bag

    Kuichi – 12 oz Bag

    The Borderlands Project works with growers all around the region of Nariño, Colombia. The project has helped develop and separate unique coffees from specific communities and single growers—lots that historically would have been blended commercially and received little to no premium. This coffee comes from 22 growers in the community of Samaniego and has sweet notes of caramel, red apple, and cherry.

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    $16.25
  9. Jarama – 12 oz bag

    Jarama – 12 oz bag

    In the western district of Nyamasheke, Rwanda—only a few kilometers from the beautiful Lake Kivu—Jarama is an exciting new farm. Planted in 2012 and 2013, this 18-hectare farm, and the organization that manage it, are already receiving awards for their quality. Look for notes of raisin, brown sugar, and clementine.

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    $16.25
  10. Baroida – 12 oz bag

    Baroida – 12 oz bag

    Beautiful, unique, and challenging don't begin to tell the complex story of Papua New Guinea. For three generations in the country's Eastern Highlands, the Colbran family has been producing what we consider to be the best coffee in the Pacific through impeccable management and attention to detail. Spicy and savory with notes of molasses. Learn more
    $16.25

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