Guatemala Antigua

Our most recent Guatemalan offering comes from the Santa Clara Farm, located in the southern slopes of the Antigua Valley, between 5,100 and 6,000 feet. The farm has one of the finest volcanic soils to produce specialty coffee and its owners take great pride in preserving this natural resource. Coffee on the farm is shade grown which helps to preserve the health of the soil as well as provides an important habitat for indigenous birds and insect life.

El Salvador Peaberry

El Salvador Peaberry

Santa Rita Estate is located in the western part of El Salvador along the Apaneca/Ilametepec Mountain Range where the soil is rich from volcanic activity. The location is one of the most prestigious areas for coffee farming. Located at an altitude of 5,000 feet, the estate favors the traditional, environmentally friendly methods of farming; this coffee is 100% shade grown and bird-friendly which preserves the ecosystem all around the farm.

Costa Rica

Costa Rica

The La Angostura is a small community in the Leon Cortes area of Costa Rica, located at an altitude of 1,650 – 1,700 meters. It’s an ideal climate for growing coffee and the farmers have gone to great lengths to produce an exceptional cup. Both roasts highlight flavors of sweet milk chocolate and Concord grape, with the medium roast featuring a bit more "tang" than the dark. This coffee makes a great cup, no matter if you are brewing drip, press or espresso.  

Kenya AA

Kenya AA

Our single origin Kenyan AA comes to us from the Masai Mara region of Kenya near the Kichwa Tembo Wildlife Preserve in southwest Kenya. Grown at 1600 – 1800 meters, this coffee is processed using the wet method: the coffee cherry spends up to four days in a fermentation tank which makes it easier to remove the mucilage from the bean in the milling process.