Brazil: Mogiana pulped natural
from 5.00

Toffee, creamy, lemon finish

A "pulped natural" or "honey" processed coffee, meaning some of the coffee cherry mucilage remains on the bean when drying. The result is a unique profile different from wet- and dry-processed coffees. This is from various growers in Mogiana, Sao Paulo state.

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Colombia: Huila smallholders
from 6.00

Caramel, lemon, floral
Huila is a top region in Colombia for quality coffee and this offering exemplifies that. The coffee is produced by small-landholder farmers in Huila department, in the southwest of the country.

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Guatemala: Huehuetenango FTO
from 5.00

Burnt sugar, coffee cherry, slightly winey acidity
Fair trade organic coffee from smallholder farms in Huehuetenango [way way tuh NAYN goh]. Fruity, bright acidity with definitive chocolate notes.

Variety: Caturra, Catuai, Bourbon and Pache
Altitude: 1000 - 2000 masl
Proc. Method: Fully washed and sun dried

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Finca Santa Teresa, Chiapas
from 5.00

Peanut, dark chocolate, tart finish

Our latest offering in our Mexican Radio line of high-quality coffees from Veracruz, Chiapas or Puebla states. This coffee is all grown by third-generation farmer, Erwin Pohlenz on his 30-hectare farm in Chiapas. Smooth peanut and chocolate notes with clean finish.

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