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Brazil 2/3 Screen 17/18
Everyone’s best friend these Brazils “work and play well with others” bringing their nutty character along with them. Our screen 17/18 allows you to keep them whole bean or grind after roasting.
The pride of Juan Valdez these coffees are just as happy in blends as they are alone. Excellent full body and lemony sweetness with just a hint of chocolate on the back end.
Colombian Café Lumbus Supremo
The Excelso’s “big brother” with all the family attributes but with a bigger screen size. We are happy to offer this fantastic Supremo from Café Lumbus, located in Antioquia, Colombia. They continue to excel in consistency & fantastic farming practices.
The Excelso’s “big brother” with all the family attributes but with a bigger screen size. This coffee is consistent and always welcome in a cup.
Costa Rican Tarrazú
This exceptional coffee comes from Coope Tarrazu. The coop, originated in 1960, produces high quality coffee from the Tarrazú region. La Pastora Tarrazú has consistently shown very good balance with complexity. It shows notes of cherry, red fruit, and chocolate. The aroma is of a floral-fruit and the coffee has a nice acidity.
Yirgacheffe Gr 1 Dumerso
This Gr 1 Yirgacheffe comes from producers Dumerso Coffee. Fully natural processed, dried in the sun anywhere between fourteen to seventeen days depending on the weather. This coffee is Woman Certified by the Ethiopian Women in Coffee Sectoral Association. Great care goes into picking only perfectly ripe cherries by the farmers as well as further picking by hand on the raised beds for defects. Full fruited aroma raspberry cider like. Gentle sweet acidity with good body and notes of berries in the back end. Juicy with a sweet finish.
Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Gr 2
Full sweet floral aroma. Medium lime acidity with good body. Sweet coffee with hints of stoned fruit and berry flavors with a complex after-taste. Is that a hint of Earl Gray tea?
Guatemalan Genuine Antigua Pastoral
This excellent coffee comes from a cooperative consisting of more than 500 small planters. The coffee is harvested in the high plateau of Antigua and its surroundings, known as one of the most famous and best coffee areas in the world. Thanks to the peculiar microclimate, its volcanic natural fertilizers and the dedication of the planters to their product provide this unique taste of Pastoral. This coffee has good body and acidity with a clean and aromatic cup.
Honduras High Grown
Every good team needs a good bench player and this coffee, grown in the mountains of Honduras is just that. Sweet aroma, light lemony acidity with a little earthiness.
These coffees come from top tier Beneficio Santa Rosa. There ideals align with everything we admire from this region. These coffees are from a protected denomination origin along with an origin certificate. This coffee is well-balanced, with a nice lemon acidity onset. We tasted hints of milk chocolate as well.
Sumatra Mandheling Gr 1 Double Picked
These coffee cherries are selectively picked by smallholders. Using the wet hull process, farmers remove the outer skin mechanically. They store the beans for up to a day still containing the mucilage, then washing it off to start the sun drying process. This gives this coffee it’s typical intense flavor and heavy body. We taste earthy, cocoa, and sweet chocolate notes
Kirinyaga Rungeto AA
This coffee comes from many family owned farms, located in the fertile foothills of Mount Kenya. They are structured around the Kii Factory in Kirinyaga County. Farmer parcels are so tiny that proportions are based on the numbers of trees, not area of land. Farmers who process their coffee at the Kii Factory are members of the Rungeto Cooperative Society, which was established in 1953. Rungeto Cooperative Society operates three factories including the Kii Factory, which has a great reputation for the quality and consistency in the processing of the coffee. They employ high quality standards in cherry selection leading to excellent consistent coffee.
Panama Don Vincente
Located on the legendary site of the extinct pre-Colombian Barriles culture, in the Volcan Baru region, its trees are sheltered by native forest species at 1300 mts above sea level.
Four generations of the Yanguez family, who arrived in these mountains from Valladolid, Spain in 1930, have nurtured and cared for their fincas. This is a complex well-balanced coffee, delicate with much attention needed during roasting to bring out mild hints of cinnamon almond milk.
Papua New Guinea Sigri Estate AA
Sigri Coffee Estate in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea was established in the 1950’s. The altitude of the Waghi Valley where this coffee plantation is located is 5,200 feet above sea level, and the size of this estate, and their sister estate, Bunum Wo, which have both gained the reputation of producing the finest quality coffee in the country, is about 1,123 hectares. In addition, Sigri now fully manages 413 hectares of “project coffee” owned by neighboring local landowners/farmers. Sigri Plantation enjoys a cool climate because of its high altitude of around 5,600 feet, and has bountiful rainfall, an ideal environment for growing these Typica and Arusha varieties of Arabica coffees.
Brazilian RFA Yellow Catucai & Red Catuai Microlot
Ecoagrícola is a family run specialty coffee grower and exporter, being the exclusive producer at the Serra do Cabral. They pursue a legacy of outstanding sustainable work, in large nature reserves, with rich and protected bioma, springs and waterfalls.
There coffees are among the winners of the Cup of Excellence Brazil, in both categories, Naturals and Pulped Naturals. Also, they received 1st place at the Rainforest Alliance contest, as best sustainable certified coffee in Brazil and two first places at the Minas Gerais State Prize, among many other recognitions.
This coffee is complex and extremely bright. It encompasses a heavy undertone of tropical fruit, kiwi, and peach. We love how balanced this coffee is with a lovely creamy body.
Manzanillo Café Lumbus Microlot
After a careful selection process, we are proud to bring this exceptional coffee to you from Café Lumbus, specifically Finca La Colombia in Ciudad Bolivar. Gonzalo is the farm manager at La Colombia for the past nine years. His continued commitment and his open attitude to learning about the importance of producing high-quality coffee really appears in the cup. This is a well-balanced coffee with full body and really bright acidity. Hints of jasmine, tangerine, lime, and sugar cane finally finish with a sweet aftertaste.
Colombian Fair Trade Organic Excelso Past Crop
This is a Fairtrade Organic coffee from Sierra Nevada. The association where this coffee originates from is ASOPROCASINES. Asociación de Productores Orgánicos Arhuacos y Campesinos Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. This association is uniquely formed by families of peasants from the interior of the country and indigenous people of the Arhuaca. They work not only to cultivate coffee but preserve their natural environment equally. There method of production is organic and ecological, and is based on traditional techniques. Farmers own small farms (less than 5 hectares), of which a third is dedicated to coffee, while the others are used for family consumption. They also reserve and protect certain areas of the farm. This association carries out an important task of training the peasants in technical aspects and organic farming to improve the quality of the yield. In addition, they receive continuous training in further aspects such as management, pest control, disease prevention, citizen coexistence, etc. A portion of the income obtained from the sale is allocated to funds commonly used to develop education, social projects, food, and rotating loans amongst others. These practices the association employs are what continues to further develop the community.
Colombian Rain Forest Alliance Organic Excelso EP
The community of Saint Peter has progressed positively after years of violence in Colombia. The community consists of many widowed women who work tirelessly in honing their coffee craft. The Association has over twenty-woman workers, in which half are widowed mothers. Saint Peters Association, located in the Dolores Tolima region, produces consistent high-quality coffee. The Association consists of about fifty-five families producing organic coffee. The Association has pride in the natural beauty and landscapes of the region. They produce organically to preserve this magnificent ecosystem.
This coffee is well balanced with citrus acidity and berries, floral, and peach notes.
Certifications: RFA, Certified Organic (Transaction Certificate)
Colombian Rain Forest Alliance Excelso Past Crop
We love the Rainforest Alliance who works with farmers to bring back flora and fauna to the coffee regions. This specific coffee comes from farm “LA TRINIDAD” which grow 80 hectares. They hold themselves to a high standard to better Concordia. This is a classic Excelso with excellent full body and lemony sweetness with a hint of chocolate on the back end, along with the opportunity to change the world.
Hawaiian Kona Extra Fancy
This Kona Coffee is well balanced with lovely bright acidity, medium body, chocolate, caramel and a hint of vanilla.
Certificate – “100% Hawaii Coffee” Certified for Quality, Condition, and Origin via the Hawaii department of Agriculture.
Indonesian Wild Kopi Luwak
Heavy heavy body (did we say heavy) with classic Sumatra earthiness. Ours is collected in the wild, not farmed.
Certifications: Wild Luwak Coffee Arabica Gayo Certification, World Animal Protection Verified
Jamaican Blue Mountain
A balanced coffee with mild citrus notes, a smooth milk chocolate finish and an intense aroma. The Blue Mountains area spans four of Jamaica’s parishes, St. Andrew to south, Portland to the north, St. Mary to the west and St. Thomas to the east. Arising 2,300 meters (7,500ft) they are some of the highest mountains in the Caribbean. The climate of the region is cool, misty with high rainfall and generous cloud cover.
Certificate – 100% Certified Jamaican Coffee Board
The Rainforest Alliance certification seal indicates that a farm, forest, or tourism enterprise has been audited to meet standards that require environmental, social, and economic sustainability.
UTZ stands for sustainable farming and better opportunities for farmers, their families and our planet. The UTZ program enables farmers to learn better farming methods, improve working conditions and take better care of their children and the environment.
Through the UTZ program farmers grow better crops, generate more income and create better opportunities while safeguarding the environment and securing the earth’s natural resources. Now and in the future.
The USDA organic regulations describe organic agriculture as the application of a set of cultural, biological, and mechanical practices that support the cycling of on-farm resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity. These include maintaining or enhancing soil and water quality; conserving wetlands, woodlands, and wildlife; and avoiding use of synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, irradiation, and genetic engineering.
Organic producers use natural processes and materials when developing farming systems—these contribute to soil, crop and livestock nutrition, pest and weed management, attainment of production goals, and conservation of biological diversity
Fair Trade Certified™ products were made with respect to people and planet. Their rigorous social, environmental and economic standards work to promote safe, healthy working conditions, protect the environment, enable transparency, and empower communities to build strong, thriving businesses. When you choose products with the Fair Trade label, your day-to-day purchases can improve an entire community’s day-to-day lives.
The Safe Quality Food (SQF) Program is a rigorous and credible food safety and quality program that is recognized by retailers, brand owners, and food service providers world-wide. Recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), the SQF family of food safety and quality codes are designed to meet industry, customer, and regulatory requirements for all sectors of the food supply chain – from the farm all the way to the retail stores.
The FAIRTRADE Marks are the globally recognized symbols of the international Fairtrade system. When you buy products with any of the FAIRTRADE Marks, you support farmers and workers as they improve their lives and their communities. Products bearing these Marks meet the internationally-agreed social, environmental and economic Fairtrade Standards. The FAIRTRADE Marks are registered trademarks owned and licensed by Fairtrade International.
The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America (the “Orthodox Union”) is the sole and exclusive owner of the OU Kosher Logo certification mark, a federally and internationally registered trademark for kosher certification. It may only be used with the express written permission of the Orthodox Union Kosher Division. This certification mark recognizes that the products are Pareve (contain neither milk or meat ingredients). OU Pareve may contain fish or eggs.
The 100% Colombian Coffee Brands that use the Colombian Coffee Logo as an ingredient brand are committed to partner with Colombian coffee growers, honoring the origin of the land of coffee and maintaining the quality of Colombian Coffee, submitting themselves voluntarily to quality controls to their products. The Ingredient brand is used in this context not only as guarantee of origin, but also as an agreement of values and philosophies, where the product brands that carry the Logo, support the Sustainability That Matters programs carried out in Colombia, that deeply respect the work and dedication of the Colombian coffee producers.