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Guatemala Rainforest Alliance Finca San Francisco Cotza

$4.50 / per lb

Guatemala Rainforest Alliance Finca San Francisco Cotza

A sweet, nutty Bourbon from a Rainforest Alliance grower in Guatemala, these beans are ‘strictly hard beans’ (SHB) grown at an elevation of more than 1400 meters above sea level. With over 100,000 trees planted, and projects benefiting the community including a free school for the children of farm workers, this farm has benefited greatly from its RFA certification.

A very pleasing sweet cup with lots of brown sugar and chocolate combining with hazelnut and caramel finish when roasted to medium or regular full city. A superb option for espresso or filter coffee brewing.

Guatemala Antigua – Conventional

$4.35 / per lb

Guatemala Antigua – Conventional

 

This region’s rich volcanic soil and cool weather provide the perfect conditions to produce one of the world’s best coffees.  It offers an exquisite roundness and pleasant mouth-feel, which can satisfy the most demanding palates.

Cascadia Blend Decaf FTO

$5.50 / per lb

Cascadia Blend Decaf

 

This coffee is so smooth you wouldn’t know it is decaffeinated! A blend of some of the best coffee growing regions of the world.
“The goal of this mix is to allow the Cascadia to be used as a satisfying drip blend, while also having enough complexity to shine in the espresso machine as well.”

Mexico Chiapas FTO

$4.45 / per lb

Mexico Chiapas FTO

 

Mexico FTO Chiapas is recognized for having a medium body, light to medium acidity, sweet, a hint of dark chocolate, balanced.

Guatemala Fancy SHB

$4.35 / per lb

Guatemala Fancy SHB

SHB coffees exhibit unique qualities like citrus acidity and its complex combination of fruit and smooth chocolate notes. This coffee type represents the classic, clean, Central American cup.

Guatemala FTO

$4.85 / per lb

Guatemala FTO

La Federación Comercializadora de Café Especial de Guatemala (FECCEG), is a second level cooperative comprised of 12 small producer coops in the High Plains area of Guatemala. This region includes parts of Chimaltenango, Huehuetenango, Quiché, Sololá, San Marcos and Quetzaltenango. The Federation is comprised of 1943 small farmers, including 529 women. Exportadora de Café Especial de Guatemala is the exporting arm of FECCEG.

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Costa Rica Organic La Amistad

$4.95 / per lb

Costa Rica Organic La Amistad

This coffee type originates from a small farm called La Amistad. The La Amistad farm is located above 1200 meters near the border between Costa Rica and Panama, in the Talamanca Mountain Range on the border of La Amistad International Park. The farm has been family-run for generations and the family has kept much of the 20,000+ acres as natural forest/conservation area. The estate is also one of the largest private nature reserves in Central America. La Amistad is home to hundreds of wildlife species that inhabit the surrounding rainforest.

The farm is mainly self-sufficient. The fresh and clean streams from the rain forest supply the water for washing the coffee as well as generating power to run the milling machinery on site. The plants and earthworms break down the waste from the animals, cherry pulp, ashes, and leaves to create a rich and organic fertilizer. The word Amistad translates to friendship; La Amistad farm is appropriately named as it is truly a friend to biodiversity.

Costa Rica – Conventional

$4.20 / per lb

Costa Rica – Conventional

A soaring lightness and lovely balance of sweet and dry tones distinguishes this Costa Rica coffee. This is the coffee equivalent of a fine Beaujolais, with its dry, bright tones and delicate sweetness. Its clean, crisp character will please coffee lovers.