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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".

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Burundi Dukorere Ikawa Cooperative Burundi Dukorere Ikawa Cooperative
Looking like two specks of rice on the map of Africa, Burundi and neighboring Rwanda bear remarkable similarities in their coffee production, one of the mainstays of ...
Origin: Burundi
$15.50 / lb.
Colombia Nariño Supremo The freshest (slap me!) offerings are now streaming in from South America in the mid-winter mitaca harvest (December-February). Our Colombia Narino Excelso EP coffee comes from small family owned farms ...
$13.95 / lb.
Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Grade 2 Coffee Beans A fortunate surfeit of good African coffee is available this season. Fully-washed heirloom varietals, grown between 1800-2000 meters. Classically chocolate and bergamot,stone fruit notes big body, not ...
Origin: Ethiopia
$15.95 / lb.
Kenya AA Kiamabara Cooperative Great Kenya coffee is a must for Badbeardophiles and we strive to bring in only the best and freshest expressions of the vaunted varietals SL28, SL34 and Ruiri 11. To wit our washed AA from the Kiamabara ...
Origin: Kenya
$16.95 / lb.
Organic Colombia Granja La Esperanza Pacamara Honey Processing.Processing .Processing. We are honoring the extreme commitment of Café Granja La Esperanza in Colombia to forward-thinking in the coffee industry by bringing in their limited-production Honey ...
Origin: Colombia
$19.95 / lb.
Rwanda FT Dukunde Kawa Musasa Rwanda Rwanda, Help Help Rwanda, I'm sure the Beach Boys would be down with that. Agriculture and specifically high-quality, value-added coffee production are slowly bringing the country back from the ...
Origin: Rwanda
$14.95 / lb.
Clever Coffee Dripper While there are MANY single-cup filter cone drippers out on the market, we decided to have here arguably the easiest to use and most interesting, the Clever Coffee Dripper, which is made in Taiwan by ...
$22.00
Lower Caffeine African Medley A bold cup of primo Ethiopian coffees which will take the edge off your caffeine buzz with uncompromised flavor. 60% Mountain Water natural (dry) process Sidamo decaf...a fine java at full strength...melds ...
Origin: Ethiopia
$14.95 / lb.
Brazil Natural Process Sugar (OurCoffees) We Badbeardians were all excited when we learned of a new West Coast-based source of fine Brazil coffees, and decided after cupping a wide range of current crop offerings, picked up OurCoffee “Unique ...
Origin: Brazil
$14.50 / lb.
Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Natural Process Gelana Abaya Pleased to trot out this superlatively fruity and rich natural (dry) process Grade 1 Oromia Region coffee. Indigenous heirloom cultivars are grown on small, family-owned farms  in the Gelana and Abaya ...
Origin: Ethiopia
$15.75 / lb.
Kenya Hotshot Espresso A special espresso comprised of Microlot “Top Lot” Kenya AA and Brazil Natural Process Fazenda Pedralva. The Kenya portion was a pre-blend of the top-scoring coffees from the East African powerhouse and ...
Origin: Brazil, Kenya
$15.95 / lb.
Organic Ethiopia Sidamo Wotona Bultuma Co-Op washed Yet another fresh East Africa gem is our Organic/RFA/FairTrade Sidamo  washed Grade 2. A fruit explosion! Produced by farmers of the Wotona Bultuma Cooperative and processed at the facilities of the SCFCU, ...
Origin: Ethiopia
$16.45 / lb.
Stradivarius Espresso (aka Deep Cello) A richly sweet, hedonistic medley of fruity, spicy, and single origin chocolate deliciousness.   Divine, crema-laden dark mahogany mottling ristretti as well as full flavor in milk or soy-based preparations. ...
Origin: Brazil, El-Salvador, Ethiopia
$14.95 / lb.
Symphony! Support the Arts with your purchase of Symphony Blend coffee from Badbeard's! $2.00 of every purchase of this delicious blend of world-class Panama, Sumatra and Ethiopian coffees will be given to our ...
Origin: Brazil, El-Salvador, Ethiopia, Sumatra
$13.95 / lb.
Guatemala Finca Santa Sofia Finca Santa Sofia was started back in 1991 by Pablo Ferrigno, a third-generation coffee farmer. The farm is situated in the lush mountains of Alta Verapaz, Cobán, about 250 kilometers north of Guatemala ...
Origin: Guatemala
$13.50 / lb.
Midnight Tango The excellent Santa Leticia Estate Pacamara has shown its mettle as a light-medium roast and we decided to tone down a tad and bring out the cocoa notes by kicking up the roast level and pairing it with ...
Origin: Brazil, El-Salvador, Java
$14.95 / lb.
  
Symphony Coffee Catch the Buzz with BadBeard's Super-Premium Coffee! We're coffee fanatics, plain and simple; we'll only settle for the best coffee beans we can buy (organic and Fair Trade certified whenever possible) and then happily roast and share the bounty. Frankly, we're kind of sick over all of the hype which riddles the specialty coffee industry. YES, it's true that great beans potentially receive their maximum flavor expression when delivered by professionals using pricey, sophisticated equipment. YES, there is still an alarming amount of "so-so" product out there--so how do you get the GREAT stuff? On these pages you can buy the finest roasted beans which are prized by coffee pros and demanding coffee lovers alike, roasted to the exact point to deliver maximum flavor and aroma. MAKE GREAT COFFEE AT HOME—YOU CAN DO IT! What distinguishes BADBEARD'S offerings is the passion and dedication to the roasting process, done by a demanding professional who keeps it real and small-scale. Great green beans go into our 5-kg per batch max, all-American-made roaster and emerge ready to tell you their story of origin. Always COFFEE first and last, and always spectacular. Period. Savor and smell the difference an uncompromising, artisan roaster can make...then YOU can provide the hype!
Barista extraordinaire Tyler Hauptman of Portland's Sweet Masterpiece Chocolates demonstrates how to prepare a proper latte using Badbeard's Symphony! blend coffee.

More freshies, Colombia Pacamara and Brazil "Sugar" Champing at the bit awaiting the new Colombia Cafe Granja La Esperanza Pacamara Honey process...a superb exotic. From my new fave rock-star producer in all of South America...devilishly rich coffee. Also new/Late Harvest Brazil OurCoffees "Sugar", an extraordinary cup for the $$$, reflective of ...more
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
good to the last bean
We are such perfectionists we roast one bean at a time for the ultimate coffee experience! (OK, not really)
"I am insatiable! Are you guys coating those beans with something? If so, keep it up. It seems I have never enjoyed a cup of coffee as much as I do now. I go way back in my quest for great coffee. I started 1960-61. I would take a bus into the City then a train down to McNulty's in the Village. I would get these great beans that I would grind up at home. My parents did not understand why I would spend so much on coffee beans when I buy a can of "Chock Full Of Nuts" for $2.89 a pound (16 oz back then in a can). Over the years I followed all the info that was available for brewing the best cup of coffee. I started buying bottle water from Italy to use in my Bunn coffee maker. I even roasted green beans to get the freshest flavor. So fast forward to 2010 in PDX and I am still buy coffee beans from a NY guy. "
ted, new york
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