How do you shop for coffee beans? Do you think about the roast? Are you partial towards a certain region? Do you like coffee with nutty undertones and avoid citrusy ones? Origin influences coffee flavor more than any other part of the coffee process. This is why we take such pride in our sourcing of amazing coffees. Now, you can sample coffee beans from three different regions: South America, Central America, and Africa. Taste the nuances and characteristics of each origin and discover a new favorite!
Guatemala Los Cedros Esperanza Gold Label (Central America):
I believe this is the single best Guatemalan coffee I've ever tasted. I ordered more of this coffee than anyone I've ordered in the past because I have such confidence in it. It is a stunning cup of coffee and makes it so I don't miss our La Bolsa. I'm hoping you feel the same way.
Brazil Cachoeira da Grama Peaberry (South America):
This Dry Process Brazilian Peaberry bean is not like the typical natural process coffees that we have offered in the past. The flavors fall more in line with coffees we often recommend for espresso. This coffee has everything that is unique to the country: complexity and boldness in a smooth cup. The delicious flavor of toffee and praline lends a nutty, sweetness to this coffee, with the typical chocolate richness you would expect from a Brazilian bean. It produces a beautifully balanced cup, with a medium, caramel body. My goodness! It is a good cup of coffee.
Ethiopia Shantawene Village Gold Label (Africa):
Many of the fruity and floral qualities we love in Ethiopian coffees were discovered in this delicious bean. This coffee produces a light and delicate cup. Not one for someone that says they love bold and dark coffees. The first sips show up floral and smooth like a fresh jasmine pearl tea, but then we pick up a delicious fruited undertone almost like a sweet melon in the finish. It is quite good and perfect for a pour-over.
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