“A GREAT CUP OF BREWED COFFEE STARTS WITH QUALITY GREEN COFFEE”

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Our coffee is specialty grade, not "commodity" coffee.

Coffee is a crop. Every variety has different seasons for harvest. We rotate coffees as new ones become available, bringing you a wider variety of unique, new harvest coffees.

Coffee is a perishable food. We encourage buying just enough coffee for a couple weeks’ consumption. Stockpiling large amounts in the freezer is discouraged. Our 12-ounce bags are about the right amount for a week of daily brews for 1-2 imbibers.



Sweet, smooth dark chocolate notes

Our latest offering in our Mexican Radio line of high-quality coffees from Veracruz, Chiapas or Puebla states. This coffee is all grown by Horatio Petrone on his family's Finca Zacamitla in Veracruz. Smooth chocolatey notes with bright, grape-like highlights. ¡Delicioso!

ETHIOPIA

Floral, with chocolate, lime tea notes. 
A favorite is back. Beriti is a micro region of Yirgacheffe, where some of our favorite coffees are grown. This washed process coffee has delicate citrus and floral notes.

SULAWESI

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

BRAZIL

Lemon and mint with a nutty aftertaste

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 longtime grower, Hélcio Carneiro Pinto, on his Fazenda Santa Lucia in Carmo de Minas.