Brazil is known the world over as one of the most prolific and dedicated of coffee producers. This selection from the Santos region is roasted to the French level. It produces a rich, full-bodied flavor yet maintains the smoothness usually found in a lighter roast. Featuring a pleasant cinnamon nuance and undertones of dark chocolate, this bean is perfect for anything from drip coffee to espresso. If you’re looking for a low-acid coffee, this roast is an excellent way to experience a dark roast and low acidity in a single cup!
Colombia is the second largest producer of coffee in the world and the largest producer of washed and Arabica coffee. Colombian coffee is well rounded, good overall acidity, light to medium body depending on region. The main flowering period for Colombia is from April to October. The main crop harvest lasts from early September to December. The mitaca harvest lasts from March to June.
Costa Rican Tarrazu
This roasted Costa Rican coffee has all the vital signs of a great brew. High in caffine and heavier bodied. Providing a complex yet well balanced cup of coffee with a smooth finish. Clean, softly acidic with lots of coffee flavor, a excellent coffee to get your buzz on. This good hard bean is grown from 3,300 to 3,900 feet in the Costa Rican region.
Guatemala SHB EP Huehuetenango
Guatemalan coffee has all the vital signs of a great brew. Smooth earthy flavors that are mild to the palate yet boast a great coffee flavor that is very aromatic. A excellent coffee you are sure to enjoy! Guatemala is the perfect region for cultivating coffee due to the ample rainfall, elevations reaching 4,500 feet, and the regions constant humidity of 65%.
Rosebud Espresso Blend
A perfect harmony of sweet fruit, cocoa and soft nuttiness with a clean bright finish that makes a delectable straight shot. This blend shines when married with milk, coming through like hot chocolate spiked with blueberry schnapps and hazelnut liquor. Good as esp
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