Genuine Kona coffee is prized throughout the world for its full-bodied flavor and pleasing aroma.
This Brazilian coffee comes from high on the Cerrado in the province of Minas Gerais and is known as a fine coffee with intense aroma and a mild flavor.
A blend of Brazilian and Colombian beans, this is a classic American coffee with a wonderful aroma, rich sweetness, and good body.
This Supremo has the classically moderate acidity of a Colombian with deep body, a wood smoke maltiness, developed cocoa undertones and a walnut-like finish.
Grown at high altitudes, this is a great hearty coffee with well-balanced acidity, lush aromatics, and a wine-like finish. An engaging burst of citrus and fruit set this coffee lover's coffee apart.
The wild Indian monsoon winds create a uniquely spiced coffee with a strong, rich, smoky, sweet flavor. The beans have been exposed for 3-4 months in open-sided warehouses, allowing the moisture-laden winds of the Malabar Coast monsoon rains to produce a coffee that seduces the tongue with luxurious, lingering cocoa-layered hurrahs of cinnamon and cardamom.
Organic, Fair Trade
Smooth, full-bodied and well balanced with delicate spice overtones characterize New Guinea coffees. Grown on the Kimel plantation, this is a comfortable rich cup.
Creamy, full of milk chocolate, almond, and walnut notes, this coffee has a subtle sweetness and aroma.
Organic, Rainforest Alliance
An Indonesian coffee low in acidity with great body. It has lots of rustic sweetness and pungent spice tones. The coffee remains darkly sweet, with caramelized brown sugar and traces of dried plum, raisin and black currant.
Huixoc Estate. Phenomenal flavor combined with a nice, pleasing body create an incredibly rich and complex coffee full of red fruit, honey and butterscotch. The high altitude and hearty, rich soil combine to give this coffee an aroma of chocolate and full body.
Los Volcanes. Antigua is Guatemala's oldest and most famous coffee growing region. The rich volcanic soil produces a coffee with a nice body, bright acidity and spicy overtones.
This intense coffee enhances the palate with its very distinctive floral bouquet, rich body and a pleasingly fragrant aroma. It has a smooth mellowness that's unique.
Organic, Fair Trade
Ethiopian coffees are known for their clean cup, balanced flavor, and perfect balance of acidity. An unusual combination of blueberries, wine, floral, and spice undertones creates a flavor is exotic, tangy and pleasantly sweet.
Harar is known as the "coffee of kings", grown in the original coffee country and dried naturally on the trees. This coffee is a work of art - with an attitude. Hints of blueberries, strawberries, peaches and cinnamon in the aroma prepare you for the taste, which is wild and earthy with an outstanding balance.
An accompaniment of dark chocolate, vanilla bean and black licorice flavors leads to a bold presence with an unforgettable aftertaste.
Organic, Fair Trade
With its heavenly aroma and unique exotic flavor, Sumatra is a favorite of coffee drinkers. The lush earthiness evokes the sultry atmosphere of the tropics. Roasted darker to give some complexity to the coffee, it is very full-bodied with ripe fruit overtones and a smooth finish.
The rare uniform full-bean gives this coffee the peaberry name and creates a lively coffee with vibrant acidity and citrus after tones.
This coffee is grown in the rich, high altitude soils of Kenya, resulting in a very special taste and aroma. This has an acidic cup, full-bodied and complex, with outstanding flavors.
A blend of rare Tanzanian and Kenyan peaberries, this coffee has clean acidity but is balanced with complex herbal and citrus flavor notes.
A tantalizing combination of Sumatra and Kenya, this coffee is not for the faint-hearted. Rich, full-bodied, fruity, and earthy, it is an extraordinary, intense blend for coffee lovers!
Deep, dark, and satisfying, French Roast has an intense, robust character and bold flavor. Rich taste, complex flavors and bittersweet finish make it a favorite brew.