Sumatra Mandheling Grade 1
Source: Sumatra. 12oz
Powerful and complex. Extraordinary aroma: spice, with a bracing bitter edge of spice, low-toned tropical fruit, In the cup a tingle of sweet acidity, more cedar, and fruit that turns sweetly and richly tart – in the finish, floral, chocolate, nutmeg-like spice notes. resurface. long clean finish
Source: Rwanda, 12oz
Sweet and bright with deep chocolate overtones with refined acidity. Notes of caramelized sugar, floral & berry notes, chocolate and the pungent sweetness of maple syrup, this elegant coffee opens up on the palate to sparkling, juicy hints of orange and plum with a silky, mouthfeel (especially as it cools) and a rich pleasent-aftertaste.
Ethiopian Yirgacheffee Fair Trade Organic
Source: Ethiopia, 12oz
This coffee displays its essential Yirgacheffee character that is perfume and pungently menthol-toned aroma, with tropical fruit and floral notes.The aromatic hints follows without loss or simplification into a gently bright cup, light-bodied but silky in mouthfeel. The finish is long and smooth
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
El-Salvador Organic and Rainforest Alliance
Source: El-Salvador 12oz
Deep floral and sweet citrus aroma with hints of spice and chocolate. well balanced acidity, with medium body and a syrupy mouthfeel. Complex yet delicate flavor notes include cherry, citrus, dark chocolate,flowers and muted nut, with a long sweet finish
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.
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.
Papua New Guinea Purosa AA
Source: Papua New Guinea, 12oz
Fairtrade and organic certified Papua New Guinea Purosa believed to be a Jamaican Blue Mountain variety planted in the eastern island of Papua New Guinea around 1927. Bright citrus wine-like fruit notes, impressive clear fruit dried prune notes. Medium body, smooth creamy mouthfeel, very clean and less earthy that Indonesian Sumatra
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.