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Single Origin Coffees

Single Origin Coffees
Single Origin Coffee

 

 

Single Origin Coffees, also known as Varietals, are coffees that are imported from a single country. Like grapes for wine, Single Origin coffee flavor and cup profiles are resultant of the soil, climate, altitude, and other growing conditions of the country where they are grown. For example, Ethiopian Coffees have a rich, wild, winey character, due to the arid growing conditions in Africa. Indonesian coffees have a full-bodied, heavier earthiness best represented by the Sumatran coffees, typical of coffee grown in volcanic soil. Central and South American coffees are light and mild in character, having a pleasant flavor and aroma, wth some, such as Guatemalian & Costa Rican, being spicy due to their higher acid content.  All of our Single Origin coffees have been hand selected by our buyers to offer you the best that each coffee producing country has to offer.

All our freshly roasted coffees are packaged in 1 pound ( 454 g.) heat sealed foil valve bags with re-closeable tin ties to preserve their freshness.  All of our Coffee is Gluten-Free.

When ordering, please remember to specify Whole Bean, or Ground:

  • French Press Grind - for French Press and Re-usable K-Cup® Filters
  • Perc Grind - for Percolators, Chemex
  • Drip Grind - for automatic drip coffee makers with a flat bottom filter
  • Fine Grind for drip coffee makers with a paper cone filter (Melitta, Krups, etc.)
  • Espresso Grind - Stove Top Espresso Brewers & Traditional Espresso Machines
  • Turkish Grind - Powder
Colombian Supremo
$14.70
Colombian Supremo

Rich, yet well balanced, with medium to full body, Colombian Supremo has a mild, sweet flavor, a good acidity and very pleasant aroma. Colombian Supremo is said to be bright enough for breakfast and rich enough for dinner!

1 lb. (454 g.) Net Weight.  Contains Caffeine.

Costa Rican Tarrazu
$15.20
Costa Rican Tarrazu

Our Costa Rican Tarrazu coffee is a great all around coffee with good balance, acidity, body and character. There's a hint of spice and some nutty overtones that you'll enjoy.

1 lb. (454 g.) Net Weight.  Contains Caffeine.

Ethiopian Sidamo
$14.70
Ethiopian Sidamo

This East African coffee possesses some of the most sought after characteristics in the world. Its heavy body and high acidity make it one of the most distinct coffees in Africa. With a soft, fragrant flowery note and a lingering intensified finish, it's a cup with a sweet and rich flavor.

Fancy Bourbon Santos
$13.10
Fancy Bourbon Santos ~ Paraiso Estate

The premier coffee of Brazil, this full-bodied coffee is excellent by itself or when blended with Central or South American coffees. Fancy Santos is a very low acid coffee that's smooth, complex and sweet. Grown on The Paraiso Estate.  Rainforest Certified.  The Rainforest Alliance brings the concept of sustainable agriculture to integrate the necessities of the properties, workers, rural communities, consumers and environment, promoting productivity, biodiversity conservation and sustainable human development, throughout the creation of social and environment norms.

1 lb. (454 g.) Net Weight.  Contains Caffeine.

Guatemala Antigua
$14.70
Guatemala Antigua

A highly sought after, shade grown coffee from the Antigua District of Guatemala.  Most of this coffee finds its way to Europe where it is prized for it's zesty flavor. Yields a cup with spicy snap and heavy body.

1 lb. (454 g.) Net Weight.  Contains Caffeine.

Jamaican Blue Mountain
$57.00
Jamaican Blue Mountain

The rarest, and quite possibly, the most perfect coffee on earth! It has a rich taste and full body with a mild and delicate flavor. A well-balanced cup that promises to deliver a subtle acidity with a smooth chocolate finish. Certified Authentic 100% Flamstead Estate.  Established in 1920, Flamstead Estate, St. Andrew is among the most revered plantations for Jamaican Blue Mountain.  The Estate is located at 3,300 feet, and is blessed with ideal growing conditions.

1 lb. Net Weight (454 g.).  Contains Caffeine. Certified Authentic 100% Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee.

Indian Monsoon Malibar
$14.70
Indian Monsoon Malabar

This incredible coffee from the Malabar region of Southern India offers a brew with a sweetly fermented fruit flavor that has an intriguing citrus undertone. Very low in acidity, the fermented flavor of this coffee is obtained by exposing the beans to the humid monsoon winds for 12 - 16 months prior to export.

1 lb. Net Weight (454 g.).  Contains Caffeine.

Java Estate
$14.70
Java Estate

Java's finest beans are roasted to yield a piquant aroma and display an exquisite balance of acidity with a heavy body and hints of chocolate-like undertones. It promises a sweet overall impression.

1 lb. (454 g.) Net Weight.  Contains Caffeine.

Kenya AA
$19.40
Kenya A A

This African coffee has full body, delicate acidity and a smooth, wine-like, earthy flavor. It gives a cup that has a gentle floral fragrant aroma with overtones of berries and citrus.

1 lb. (454 g.) Net Weight.  Contains Caffeine.

Kona Extra Fancy
$57.00
Kona Extra Fancy

Kona coffee is grown in only one place in the United States, on the slopes of the Mauna Loa volcano on the island of Hawaii. The trees that bear Kona coffee enjoy the most ideal growing conditions on earth. Certified 100% Authentic by the Hawaiian Board of Agriculture.

1 lb. Net Weight (454 g.).  Contains Caffeine.

Mexican Pluma Altura
$16.00
Mexican Pluma Altura

This high grown coffee possesses a wonderful bouquet, strong gusty liquor & excellent acidity. Blends well with Fancy Santos.

1 lb. (454 g.) Net Weight.  Contains Caffeine

Papua New Guinea
$15.85
Papua New Guinea

This aromatic coffee was established on New Guinea with Jamaican Blue Mountain cuttings, giving it some of the characteristics of its famous heritage. It will deliver a sweet flavor with delicate acidity, a mild, medium body & delightful fruity undertones.

1 lb. (454 g.) Net Weight.  Contains Caffeine.

Papua New Guinea Peaberry - Roastmaster's Choice
$16.00
Papua New Guinea Peaberry - Roastmaster's Choice

Roastmaster's Choice ~ Kigabah Village and Plantation is adjacent to Sigriand Bunum Wo in the Western Highlands Province and is synonymous with the finest in plantation coffee from Papua New Guinea. The main coffee grown here is from Jamaica Blue Mountain cuttings, which were brought over from Jamaica to the Wahgi Valley in the 1920s. These trees thrive in the high-altitude conditions of the Wahgi, producing coffees of exceptional character and depth. Dark Chocolate, Brown Spice, Raisin, and Winey Notes. Excellent Body. Contains Caffeine. 1 lb. (454 g.)

Sumatra Mandheling
$19.40
Sumatra Mandheling

From the Padang area on the island of Sumatra comes this rare & delightfully interesting coffee. This extraordinary coffee is noted for its magnificent heavy body & syrupy richness with subtle chocolate undertones.

1 lb. (454 g.) Net Weight.  Contains Caffeine.

Tanzania Peaberry
$15.20
Tanzania Peaberry

This prized coffee grows on the steep slopes of Mt. Kilimanjaro in the Moshi  area of Tanzania. Like Kenyan coffee, Peaberry is rich but with a lighter acidity and renders a flavor that is concentrated and offers a livelier cup with a full body and distinguished aroma.

1 lb. (454 g.) Net Weight.  Contains Caffeine.

$11.09
Panamanian Boquette

Noted for its delicate acidity and medium body, this Shade Grown coffee is 100% sun dried after picking & washing, and makes an excellent cup! Noted for its delicate acidity, Panamanian Boquette is brightly toned with vivid floral aromatics and clean fruited notes.

$17.63
Kauai Estate Grown Hawaii

The warm Hawaiian sun, rich volcanic earth and abundant mountain water of Kauai combine to create the perfect conditions for growing this great coffee. Grown on the eastern slopes of Mauna Loa volcano. No insecticides are used in the Kauai fields.

$28.00
Puerto Rican Yauco Selecto

Grown on two estates: Hacienda San Pedro & Santa Ana at elevations of 3000+ feet above the Caribbean Sea, this coffee has a nutty flavor, mild acidity and a rich, buttery body.

$12.00
Zambia AA

Zambia AA has a medium to heavy body with sweet acidity & a pleasant syrupy finish. It is produced on the Northern side of the Muchinga Mountain Range that borders Tanzania & Malawi.