Raw Coffee (priced per pound)

Bali Kintamani Natural *

A rich and overtly fruity coffee that is a seasonal favorite. Flavors of dried tropical fruit, ripe stone fruit, fresh savory herbs, praline and raw cacao are present in the lighter roast levels. The herbal fruity flavors carry through to darker roasts.



Bolivia Cafe Yungas *

A crowd pleaser that doesn’t disappoint. Lighter roast levels present flavors of green apple, fresh caramel, vanilla and a touch of raw nuts. As the roast progresses towards second crack chocolate, caramelized cane sugar and roasted nut flavors develop



Brazil COCARIVE Honey *

A rich, heavy coffee with a rye bread and wholegrain backbone that supports a dark chocolate brownie mid-palate with a spicy rootbeer and sassafras finish. No gimmicks here, just coffee.



Brazil Fazenda Lagarta *

A sweet and nutty bean with flavors of chocolate and spiced fruits. Light roasts show brighter fruit, peanut, and gentle spice character while darker roasts push bakers chocolate, roasted nuts and blackened cane sugar.



Burundi Mbirizi *

Smooth a rich with a lingering finish. Lighter roasts present candied orange, milk chocolate, subtle fresh herb and raw honey flavors. Darker roasts transition into bittersweet chocolate and blackened honey



Colombia EA Decaf *

Easily one of the best decaf coffees we’ve tried. Sweet, clean and delicious. Flavors of sweet citrus, caramel and milk chocolate are present in lighter roasts. Darker roasts result in a smooth and rich coffee.



Colombia Finca El Condor *

A classic Colombian flavor profile. Subtle citrus, fresh stone fruit, caramel and chocolate flavors are highlighted at lighter roasts. Darker roasts will pull out the dark chocolate, candied nut and molasses flavors.



Colombia Nelson Fabio Cordoba *

Big, sweet, round and covered in fruit! This is a “washed” coffee that speaks “natural” fluently. The fruit flavors range from the expected berry and stone fruit into more exotic guava and mango notes. A juicy and exciting coffee that speaks to experiment



Costa Rica Jose Antonio Garcia *

A classic Costa Rican crowd pleaser. At the lighter roast levels you’ll find flavors of sweet lemon, milk chocolate, caramel and subtle roasted nuts. Darker roasts will pull out flavors of molasses, dark chocolate.



Ethiopia Hambela Gotiti Natural *

A lovely dark berry fruit bomb. Flavors of sweet dark blackberry, dried black cherry, milk chocolate, nougat and a candied orange peel are present in the lighter roast levels. The fruity flavors carry into the darker roast levels combining with bruleed



Ethiopia Homacho Waeno Sidama *

Nearly as fruity as a natural this washed coffee does not disappoint. Tangerine, peach and sweet lemon lead the flavor charge with raw honey and chocolate playing a nice supporting role. Darker roasts will quickly diminish the fruit flavors and add black