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Misty Valley Ethiopia
Tasting Notes: Sweet Cream and Pineapple
We're excited to bring you this naturally processed Ethiopia! Coffees from Ethiopia often taste fruity and this one certainly brings that to your coffee cup.
Region of Origin: Yirgacheffe, Gedio
Variety: Heirloom Varieties
Tasting Notes: Sweet Tobacco, Clean and Smoky
Our Lintong coffee originates in the Lintongnihuta region of Sumatra, a high plateau that rises from one of the deepest lakes in the world. This coffee is processed with the traditional Sumatran method Giling Basah to create a spelendid and unique cup.
Growing Region: Lake Toba Region, Northwest Sumatra
Process: Giling Basah (wet-hulled), Sundried
Costa Rica Tarrazu
Tasting Notes: Mellow Almond, Granny Smith Apple, Harmony
A perennial favorite out of Costa Rica's Tarrazu Region. The Don Roberto Estate grows coffee that is balanced, rich, and aromatic year after year. We invite you to taste the harmony at home.
Variety: Caturra and Catuai
Growing Region: Tarrazu
Process: Washed, Drum Drying
Tasting Notes: Tangy with flavors of black tea and sweet grass
We look forward to new crops from Oriflama each year! An easy cup to drink as well as intriguing. As a Rainforest Alliance Certified farm, they create great coffee while being good to the environment and good to their employees.
Growing Region: San Marcos
Process: Wet process and Sundried
Brazil Fazenda da Lagoa
Tasting Notes:Lime, Dry roasted almond & A clean finish
The sustainable varieties and natural milling process of the Fazenda de Lagoa translates into a clean finish for both your morning coffee and the Earth.
Varietal: Mundo Novo, Catuai, Cauacai, Acaya
Growing Region: Sul de Minas
Tasting Notes: Almond, Tremendous, and Citrus
Ethiopia Yirgacheffe comes from the coffee plant's homeland and with these heirloom varietals you get to taste hundreds of years of history in your cup.
Variety: Heirloom Varietals
Growing Region: Yirgacheffe
Process: Washed & Sundried
Tasting Notes: Milk chocolate, Apple, Gentleness
Turquesa, which refers to the turquoise blue sky above the farm, is as reliable as the sky is blue.
Growing Region: Chiapas
Varietal: Bourbon, Caturra, Typica and Catuai
Process: Fully Washed, Patio Dried
Tasting Notes: Bittersweet Chocolate, Earthy, Kale
Supremo is the highest grading possible the country of Colombia gives its well-loved coffees. We continually keep this varietal in because of it's satisfying mellow aroma and deep body.
Varietal: Caturra, Typica, Bourbon
Like a superhero, this coffee has a great origin story.
Retro, not old, this classic combo comforts with updated origins including Ethiopia Mokamba and Java beans.
Tasting Notes: Spicey, Mellow, Complexity
Despite being one of our darkest roasts, this sultry coffee remains smooth and comforting.
Origins: Colombia, Mexico, Sumatra
Tasting Notes:Smoky, Citron, Intense
Named after its roast profile, this coffee is classically intense and plays well with cream and sugar and berets.
Origins: Colombia and Sumatra
Tasting Notes:Cocoa, Nougat, Velvet
We love espresso so much its our middle name. Classically proportioned from beans around the world, this blend is the basis for all of our cafe espresso drinks.
Origins: Africa, Indonesia, The Americas
Captain Gabriel’s Blend
Tasting Notes:Blueberry, Dreams, Cocoa
Enjoy this balanced, complex blend takes its name from the 18th Century French captain responsible for first introducing the coffee plant to the Americas. Pour a cup in tribute and and enjoy the nuance of history.
Origins: Brazil, Costa Rica, Guatemala
A CUPS favorite. This fantastic flavor is a mix of brown sugar and cinnamon. For those of you who are snickerdoodle cookie fans...this one is a must!
French Roast Decaf
Our darkest roast decaf, you may notice it is slightly darker than regular French Roast.