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Ethiopian Yirgacheffe

Roasted May, 2016

There’s a reason why Ethiopian Yirgacheffe consistently ranks among the best coffee in the world, and certainly the among the best in Ethiopia itself. Yirgacheffe is a micro-region south of Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa. It is widely considered the birthplace of coffee.

Ethiopian Yirgacheffe has a light to medium body and has a distinctively fruity flavor profile and a bright, floral aroma.

We roast this coffee to a nice medium roast to showcase its unique character.

This delicious cup tastes of dark berry and lemon citrus with notes of black tea as it cools.

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Nuevo Paraiso, Santa Cruz, Mexico

Roasted September 22, 2015

To many people, Eduardo Enrique López Aguilar, producer and owner of Finca Santa Cruz, produces one of finest coffees in the world. His family has received numerous awards including runner up in the recent Cup of Excellence competition. Finca Santa Cruz was also named by the Mexican Association of Coffee Production Chain (AMECAFE) Vintage 2010 winner of the coffee quality Robusta Mexico in the category.

This delicious cup has a deep, round chocolate body, sweet, with hints of cashew and hazelnut.

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Costa Rica SHB EP

Roasted July 5, 2015

This delicious coffee comes from the mountain slopes of Costa Rica. It has a beautiful and lively aroma of vanilla and nutty characteristics, flavorful fruit and chocolate notes with a balanced body and a clean aftertaste.

Costa Rica was the first Central American Country to grow coffee on a commercial basis. Cuba introduced Costa Rica to Coffee in 1729. More info about Costa Rica.

SHB (Strictly Hard Bean) specifies that the coffee was grown at an altitude above 1350 meters. This term is also synonymous with SHG/Strictly High Grown.

EP (European Preparation) specifies that the raw beans are all hand sorted to remove any defective beans and foreign material.

With sweet chocolate and almond flavors and some citrus notes, this coffee is clean with a balanced medium body.

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Coffee House Blend

Roasted June 28, 2015

The Coffee House Blend for this roast is a blend of beans from Mexico Chiapas and Brazil Sul de Minas.

Chiapas is a southern Mexican state bordering Guatemala. More info about Chiapas.

Sul de Minas is in the Southern part of Minas Gerais, one of the largest growing regions of coffee in Brazil. More info about Sul de Minas.

This blend has notes of dark and sweet chocolate, with a bit of walnut. Cups with a really nice body and is smooth, clean, and well balanced.