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Costa Rica Santa Maria de Dota *

A smooth and sweet crowd pleaser. Flavors of sweet tropical citrus, caramel, milk chocolate and nougat are present in lighter roasts. Darker roasts will draw out roasted nut and dark chocolate flavors.



Honduras Comsa*

Smooth and sweet with a pleasant finish. Lighter roasts present candied cherry, Graham, caramel and milk chocolate. Darker roasts trend towards sweetened roasted nuts and dark chocolate flavors.



Congo Umoja *

A complex yet well balanced coffee with a pleasant citrus finish. Flavors of dark chocolate, toffee, sweet black tea, sweet lemon and cane sugar are present at lighter roast levels. Darker roasts trend towards the smokey and savory side



Ethiopia Hambela Estate Natural *

Fruit forward and delightfully sweet. Lighter roasts highlight blackberry jam, dried tropical fruit, cane sugar and milk chocolate flavors. Fruit flavors carry well into the darker roasts with the chocolate flavors transitioning to a rich dark chocolat



Sumatra Kokowagayo *

A pleasantly rustic, heavy bodied coffee. Sage, leather, sweet grass and pepper present in the lighter roast range with a clean caramel and graham cracker finish. Look for big chocolate and sweet/savory spices as second crack starts.



Honduras MWP Decaf *

Balanced and sweet with a clean mouth feel. Flavors of ripe melon, sweet basil, roasted hazelnuts and cocoa nibs. More developed roast levels highlight the nuttiness and dark chocolate flavors.



Mexico Sierra Azul *

Sweet with a complex nuttiness. Lighter roasts highlight peanut, praline and almond flavors that are balanced with red grape and a touch of candied citrus.



Bolivia Cafe Yungas *

A crowd pleaser from one of our favorite origins. Lighter roast levels present flavors of apple, fresh caramel, vanilla and a nougat. As the roast progresses towards second crack chocolate, caramelized cane sugar and roasted nut flavors develop.



Papua New Guinea Kindeng *

An excellent example of PNG coffees. A cross between a chocolatey Central American and a pleaseantly earthy Indonesian coffee. Lighter roasts highlight sweet pine, cocoa and mild nut flavors. Darker roasts trend towards bittersweet chocolate and robust



Honduras Cascara Tea 1oz

A unique tea that taste like ripe coffee cherries. Naturally sweet with flavors of dried tart cherry, sweet lime, cane sugar and red grape. Delicious both as a hot tea as well as iced tea.