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Americas

Brazil - Farm Macaubas De Cima

Grown in the South Minas region which is next to the Cerrado region of Brazil. Farm: Macaubas de Cima Varietals: Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai Flavors: Mild body, sweet, low in acid. Another high quality coffee from Brazil

$9.00

Colombia Supremo

Grown and processed in the Huila Valencia region of Southern Colombia. Medium body, mellow, with sweet spicy aroma.

$10.25

Costa Rica Tarrazu

Grown in the Tarrazu Valley, near San Marcos de Tarrazu. Moderate acidic brightness, and strong fruited aromatics and flavor.

Location: San Marco south of San Jose.

Altitude: 1300-2000 meters.

Varietal: Caturra and Catuai.

Processing: Wash Arabica, drum drying.

$11.00

Guatemala - Shb

Grown in one of the best growing regions in Guatemala for coffee due to the high elevation. This coffee is "strictly hard bean" exhibiting high acidity with a distinctive after taste which is so apealing. Guatemalan coffees make a great espresso as well with just the right acidity and sweet creama that is so prized.

Location: Huehuetenango region.

Altitude: 1200-1500 meters.

Varietal: Bourbon, Caturra.

Processing: Wet-processed.

$10.00

Panama Bouquete

A Strictly Hard Bean (SHB) coffee grown by Casa Ruiz at about 4500 ft. in the mountainous region of Boquete. Located in the high Sierras de Chiriqui on the north Pacific coast side of Panama. The Panama Bouquete is a wonderful coffee offering a medium body with a smooth nutty taste. A well balanced cup makes this coffee a great anytime brew.

$10.00
Africa/Arabia

Burundi AA

Bourbon varietal grown in exceptionally high elevations 1250m and above. This is by far the best Burundi we have had. You will find balanced body, brightness, and sweet/bittersweet flavors. It is very creamy with light citrus and cinnamon notes.

$10.50

Ethiopian Shigetu

Ethiopia, the oldest independent country in Africa, is where the coffee plant Coffea arabica originates. Sidamo was a province in the southern part of Ethiopia. It was named after an ethnic group native to Ethiopia, called the Sidama, who are located in the south-central part of the country. "Ethiopia Sidamo" is a type of Arabica coffee of single origin grown exclusively in the Sidamo Province of Ethiopia. Like most African coffees, Ethiopia Sidamo features a small and greyish bean, yet is valued for its full bodied, deep, spice and wine or chocolate-like taste and floral aroma. The most distinctive flavour notes found in all Sidamo coffees are lemon and citrus with bright crisp acidity.

Location: East Africa.

Altitude: 1700-1900 meters.

Varietal: Indigenous heirloom cultivars.

Processing: Wet-processed.

Harvest: October - December.

$12.00

Kenya AA

Most of Kenya coffee grows in red, acidic volcanic soil in plateaus surrounding Mount Kenya, an extinct volcano that soars 17,000 feet above sea level. About 70% of Kenya coffee is produced by small cooperatives. The coffees are wetprocessed, graded and auctioned off in lots weekly at the Nairobi Coffee Exchange. This makes for a World class coffee like none other.

Location: East Africa.

Altitude: 4900-6800 meters.

Varietal: .

Processing: Wet-processed.

$13.50

Malawi AA

Balanced cup, medium body, medium acidity. Coffee was introduced in the 1930s by Missionaries and is the 2nd largest crop in Malawi behind tobacco with tea being the 3rd largest crop.

Location: East side of Lake Malawi.

Altitude: 1700-2000 meters.

Varietal: Catimore 129 varietals.

Processing: Wet-processed.

$12.00

Rwanda Intore

A blend of coffees from the 8 top washing stations in various regions in Rwanda. Full body and complex sweet citrus flavors. The Intore blend represents the best of what this small country has to offer. Limited supply.

$11.00

Tazania Peaberry Kilimanjaro

Tanzania Peaberry Coffee is grown on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro. Rich, medium body, exotic taste. Limited supply.

$13.50

Zimbabwe AA

Complex, full body, spicy, with a deep earthy flavor.

$11.50
Indonesian / Far East

Celebes Kalossi

Grown on the island of Sulawesi (formerly Celebes which is the old Dutch name for the island), Indonesia. Kalossi is a small town in central Sulawesi which serves as the collection point for the coffee. Toraja is the mountainous area in which the coffee is grown. Sulawesi exhibits a rich, full body, well-balanced acidity and is multi-dimensional in character. If you are looking for an exclusive and simply stunning coffee with a rich body, low in acid, unique in taste. . . . then HERE IT IS!

Location: Suluwesi

Altitude:

Varietal: Arabica

Processing: Wet-processed.

$11.00

Java Estate

Indonesian body and thickness in the cup without earthy or dirty flavors.

The arabica coffee plant was brought to Indonesia around 1696 by the Dutch. In the 19th century the Java coffee plantations were completely distroy by coffee rust disease. Today most Javas are produced by large estates the Indonesian coffee authorities took over from the Dutch after independence. Strictly regulated, the best Java beans are grown on these government-regulated farms, plantations and estates.

Location: West side of Java

Altitude: 1400 meters.

Varietal: Arabica.

Processing: Wet-processed.

$11.00

Sumatra Mandheling

Very rich, smooth, low in acidity, full body with and underlying sweetness. A world class coffee. Elevation: 1200 m / 3,937 ft.

$10.50
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