Raw Coffee (priced per pound)

Guatemala Alfonso Anzueto *

Balanced and versatile with a classic Huehue profile of hazelnut, chocolate and toffee that presents some delicate apple and cherry sparkle in lighter roasts. This coffee holds its character well into darker roasts where chocolate dominates the cup.

$6.75

 

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.

$1.50

 

Java Kayumas *

A crowd favorite, especially for those that love the rich earthy coffees of Indonesia. Flavors of dark chocolate, fresh savory herbs, sweet oats and peat are present in lighter roasts. As the roast develops the earthy bakers chocolate flavors take over.

$7.50

 

Mexico GAIA Sicobe *

A fun coffee that breaks the mold of traditional Oaxacan coffees. Lighter roasts are surprisingly fruity with lemongrass, dark berries and raisin flavors joining forces with brown sugar, caramel and savory spices.

$7.50

 

Nicaragua Sabor de Segovias *

A classic Nicaraguan coffee. Sweet milk chocolate and raw peanut lead the way at lighter roasts. Darker roasts bring out rich dark chocolate and caramelized brown sugar flavors.

$6.75

 

Papua New Guinea Enorga *

A rich, satisfying coffee that doesn't require dark roasting for a bold and balanced cup. Dark chocolate and caramel support red currant and juniper berry nuance. From second crack onward, smoky, spicy flavors will overtake the fruit and herb subtlety.

$7.25

 

Rwanda Abakundakawa *

As fun to drink as it is to say. Light roasts highlight honey sweetened black tea, red plum, dark brown sugar and a subtle clove spiciness. Darker roasts will draw out bakers chocolate and toasted graham flavors.

$7.50

 

Sulawesi Sapan *

A classic Sulawesi coffee. Lighter roasts present of delicious mix of subtle fresh herbs, cedar, green pepper and dark chocolate flavors. Darker roasts will draw out rich bakers chocolate and blackened cane sugar flavors.

$7.75

 

Sumatra Kokowagayo *

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. A fine showing from an Indonesian bumper crop.

$8.00

 

Sumatra MWP Decaf *

Thick body and a subtle acidity. Pleasant earth notes with flavors of dark chocolate, roasted nuts and a touch of fresh black pepper.

$8.00