Ethiopian Aleta Wondo
Source: Ethiopia 12oz
Aleta Wondo Special Reserve is produced by coffee farmers in the village of Aleta Wondo, Ethiopia. A panel of international judges selected this super quality Coffee for its unique attributes of black berry, bergamont, and lemon. The coffee won a prestigious award during the 2008 Ethiopian Limited coffee competition.
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Panama Santa Clara
Source: Panama, 12oz
Impressively intense, sweetly pungent aroma: flowers, chocolate, hints of butter and fresh-cut cedar. Rich round, smooth and syrupy in the cup, with pleasing but limited aromatic: dusk flowers and hints of chocolate and dry berry that fade in the rich but simple finish.
Genesis Espresso Blend
Source: Ethiopia, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Brazil. 12oz
Exceptionally complex espresso that maintains aromatic intrigue from aroma through a rather majestic finish in milk. Rich, sweet, deep-toned aroma with milk chocolate, honey, caramel, sweet structure with gently tart, cedar-toned fruit deep-end flower. the fruit turns toward a minty chocolate. Blooms in milk with a rich, raisiny.
Source: Ethiopia, Kenya, Costa Rica, Guatemala 12oz
Delicate but deeply dimensioned aroma: distinct milk chocolate, hints of aromatic cedar and low-toned, temperate fruit: peach, perhaps, or apricot. Almost sugary sweet in the cup, light-bodied, with a tight-knit complexity centered on peach- or cherry-toned milk chocolate. The finish is refreshing
Source: Ethiopia 12oz
A Mountain water processed Ethiopian Sidamo. An exceptional Coffee from the birth place of coffee. Sidamo has floral aroma that is very much Tea-Rose like. The flavor is mild with gentle acidity rounded with fruit flavors like cherry and dried apricot followed by a sweet finsh. You will truly enjoy this cup.
Source: Mexico. 12oz
Less acidic than other central american coffees. This Mexican coffee has a mellow nutty acidity and is known by its creamy mouth-feel. and subtle sweetnees. This is a coffee for those who like a a fairly havy body without a dark dark roasted flavor
Tanzania Ruvuma Peaberry
Source: Tanzania, 12oz
Very sweet-toned and bright aroma: lemon, orange, flowers, cherry, a hint of honey. The acidity, rich and enveloped in sweetness, lifts the cup and carries into the long finish. Continued lemon, cherry and floral-toned honey notes.
Jamaican Blue Mountain Mavis Bank
Source: Jamaica 12oz
Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee described by coffee professional as balanced, rich, delicate, and mild. We insure the delicate flavors are preserved by nuturing the roast to the point of just touching the 2nd crack. JBM should never be dark roasted.
Is the price of this coffee worth it? It's kind of a relative question, as in what makes a diamond worth so much? Very desirable characteristics, rarity in supply, plus high demand