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NOTE: All of our premium Arabica coffees are roasted to City+ to Full City roasts, showing minimal-to-no surface oils….we want all of the flavor to stay in the beans until the coffee is ground! Despite the additional descriptors, the first flavor and aroma you'll think of is "COFFEE".

Country of Origin: Java

Java
$15.55
(1 lb. / $15.55 per lb.)
$13.95
(1 lb. / $13.95 per lb.)
$14.95
(1 lb. / $14.95 per lb.)
$14.95
(1 lb. / $14.95 per lb.)


Barista extraordinaire Tyler Hauptman of Portland's Sweet Masterpiece Chocolates demonstrates how to prepare a proper latte using Badbeard's Symphony! blend coffee.

More offerings... Kinda bursting at the seams with tasty offerings, now including monster Kenya Kiamabara AA, fresh, excellent and value-packed Colombia Narino Supremo and Sumatra Lintong Triple Picked for lovers of fine Far East coffees. more
Drink up! Great new coffees are in. Roastery bursting with goodies as promised. The Burundi Dukorere Ikawa and Rwanda Dukunde Kawa are quite special, as are the new Yirgacheffes, natural process bursting with fruity goodness and the washed Grade 2 among the best we've ever tasted. Organic Java Taman Dadar is back for a long run ...more
Rwanda and Burundi...read up! Intriguing stuff You will soon see the Rwanda and Burundi offerings on the website, but if you have any serious or passing interest in the vicissitudes and technicalities of coffee production in East Africa, I urge you to read this ...more
triple ristretto shot of Deep Cello Espresso blend
triple ristretto shot of Deep Cello Espresso blend
"...this morning I arose early to grind, press, and sample the El Salvadoran Women's Brew. Wow, what an aromatic and delicious treat! I first noticed a lack of offensive acidity (which is why I did not drink coffee for years), a delicacy and round impression on the palate, wonderful fruitiness, and complex flavors. This coffee reminded me of feminine-style red wines, with understated elegance, finesse, and polish. Some coffees are more about the flavor of roasting, almost a charcoal taste, but this was much more subtle and appealing to me. Tomorrow I will try the Ethiopian selection and let you know what I think. You are definitely on to something special with your coffees. "
ronni, Yamhill, OR
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