Dark/City Roasts

Brazil – Fazenda Santa Rosa (8 oz)

Cupping Notes – Grown at a lower altitude making a more intense cup. Great all around coffee. Starts with nutty undertones and finishes with full bodied, velvety smooth sweetness.


Tanzania – Tweega AA Grade (8 oz)

Cupping Notes – Our highest altitude bean. Silky with notes of burgundy, pear, and tangerine. Strong. Vibrant. Complex. Very refreshing acidity and juicy body. Smooth, fruity finish.


El Salvador – Beneficio La Majada (8 oz)

Cupping Notes – Subtle tones of cinnamon, citrus, and stone fruits. Strong yet balanced in all respects from the rich vibrancy of their acidity through their full body and complex flavors.


Nicaragua – Aldea (8 oz)

Cupping Notes – A high altitude bean. A more vibrant flavor profile. Bright acidity, medium silky body, well rounded, sweet, floral, clean, citrus, hints of caramel and spice, complex, soft lemon finish.


Brazil – Fazenda Rainha (8 oz)

This coffee has placed in the top 5 of The Cup of Excellence competition in Brazil on numerous occasions.

Cupping Notes – Starts with nutty undertones, hints of chocolate, finishes with full bodied fruity sweetness. Low acidity.


Guatemala – San Pedro – ORGANIC (8 oz)

Cupping Notes: Relaxed, clean cup. Heavy body with complex layering of sweet notes of dark chocolate, red apple, walnut and plum.  A fantastic choice for an after dinner cup.


Kenya – Thika Plateau (8 oz)

This high grown coffee is one of our most well regarded beans. In general, all Kenya coffee has a sharp, winey taste with pronounced fruity undertones.

Cupping Notes – Robust, savory with notes of chocolate, black currant, and citrus. Bright acidity with good body.


Guatemala – Antigua (8 oz)

The highlands of Guatemala produce several of the world’s finest and most distinctive coffees. The mountain basin surrounding the Guatemala Antigua produces the most distinguished of these highland coffees, Guatemala Antigua, a coffee that combines complex nuance (smoke, spice, flowers, occasionally chocolate) with acidity ranging from gently bright to austerely powerful.

Cupping Notes – Dark chocolate, butter, cinnamon, toasted nuts.


Ethiopia – Sidamo (8 oz)

Cupping Notes – Hints of strawberry with a black tea, earthy finish.


Brazil – Cerrado Peaberry (8 oz)

Peaberries are very rare, occurring only 5% or less in crops when only one bean inside the cherry develops, creating a concentrated flavor.

Cupping Notes – Concentrated flavor, creamy, full body,  with a slight nutty finish.


Tanzania – Peaberry (8 oz)

Peaberries are very rare, occurring only 5% or less in crops when only one bean inside the cherry develops, creating a concentrated flavor.

Cupping Notes – This coffee has a very clean cup with balanced acidity, sweetness, and body. Notes of bing cherry, ginger, lime, and fruit cocktail. Slightly tannic as it cools.


Indonesia – Blue Moon – ORGANIC (8 oz)

Generally, coffees from Indonesia are low acidic with strong body and an earthy taste.

Cupping Notes – Notes of dark chocolate and spice.  A strong, smooth body and less acidic.