From Caranavi in the Los Yungas region of Bolivia – a fine, perfectly optimized medium roast coffee with just enough body to linger while maintaining the fig, caramel and winey nuances. Certified Fair Trade and Organic.
Bolivian typica coffees are making a name worldwide. The Bolivian coffee beans are known for their large size and the pleasant spicy and smooth flavor. This particular Caranavi coffee is cultivated under the lush forest via organic methods, free from synthetic chemicals. The perfect climate, altitude, and environmentally-friendly agricultural techniques all contribute to the perfect full bodied and spicy taste of this Caranavi coffee.
A smooth medium roast coffee, great to accompany the morning paper. Our FTO Brazil is grown by the Associano dos Pequenos Produtores de Poco Fundo. Poco Fundo is an association of small-scale farmers located in the state of Minas Gerais, in southeastern Brazil. Poco Fundo was formed in 1991 when 76 families united with a collective desire to improve the living standard of farmers and to reduce poverty and emigration. Today the association remains intent on sustaining the quality of family-oriented agriculture in the region.
A rich and chocolatey Huila. One of Colombia’s smoothest and most balanced coffees.
Certified Organic and Shade Grown. La Amistad. This certified organic coffee is grown on a large family farm in the extreme south of Costa Rica, near Golfito. This farm is situated on a mountainside at over 4000 ft in the Cordillera Central, surrounded by the largest biological reserve in Central America. This coffee is lively, sweet and aromatic. It is an excellent, slightly acidic, medium to full body cup.
These beans retained truly remarkable character through the Royal Water Process. Medium body, sweet with berry notes and an excellent finish. Certified Fair Trade and Organic.
From the heart of the Guatemala rainforests. San Jose La Laguna Estate is located in a valley 20 miles south of Guatemala’s capital in a coffee growing region known as Fraijanes. It has a yearly average temperature of 75°F (24°C), it is surrounded by majestic volcanoes, and is situated on a land once occupied by a presently retreating lake which provided the area with rich mollic soils. These factors, along with hard work and dedication, have allowed the plantation to produce a fine SHB (Strictly Hard Bean) gourmet coffee with a well-balanced acidity, aroma, and body. This coffee is certified organic by Mayacert.
Honduras SHG EP Organic Marcala (Fair Trade certified). In the Cup: balanced, mild, somewhat restrained flavor profile, with a crisp cup character.
A classic breakfast coffee. Medium body with smooth flavor, chocolate and caramel, lingering aftertaste. Strictly High Grown with softer beans that develop faster in your roaster, this coffee is grown using a significant amount of shade in tough and mountainous Southern Mexico. Certified Organic and Fair Trade.
One our our favorites, from Aldea Global Jinotega. This medium body coffee has a good acidity and fruity modest apricot finish. It is shade grown in a multispecies rainforest, supporting many plant and bird species. The cooperative is located in the mountains of northern Nicaragua. The coffee is Bourbon, Caturra, and Maracatu varieties, carefully washed and sun dried. We roast this to a Full City, and sometimes a little darker for blending.
The Cautivo Cooperative of Peru is run by a group of organized farmers, and they have formed a legal association. The members of the co-op strive to improve the standard of living of all involved, they promote water management, environmental protection, and the production of organic materials, like fertilizers.
Organic, Shade Grown, and Bird Friendly Harvest
Washed and 100% sun dried
The profile is spicy, floral sweet nippy acidity, full creamy body and is a well-balanced cup