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Every coffee has a story to tell about its land of origin.
Like fine wine, a great coffee reveals its goût de terroir—“taste of the place”—in the cup.

     
         
         
           
           
           
Colombia Popayan Coffee
     
        Colombia Supremo Popayán     $9.95/12 oz        
       
We searched high and low to bring you the very finest Colombian coffee. Emphasis on high5,500 feet up the mountain! One of our most requested coffees, Colombia Supremo Popayán grows in the acclaimed Cauca region of the Sierra Nevadas. Balanced and medium-bodied with expressions of lush fruit, this specialty-grade coffee is classified Supremo for its bean size. A coffee with character and distinctively hearty aroma, the Popayán exemplifies the classic American cup. A shining example of the best from Colombia.
       
               
               
         
Growing Region: Cauca
Elevation: 5,500 feet
Cultivar: Caturra, Typica
Process: washed, sun dried
Roast: City (Medium)
     
           
 
             
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Costa Rica Tarrazu
   
       
Costa Rica Tarrazu    
$9.75/12 oz      
       

In the first sip there's a burst of citrus followed by notes of brown sugar. This fine Costa Rican rewards those who appreciate a coffee that cuts to the chase. What's more, Costa Rica Tarrazu delivers consistency from one cup to the next. If you value crisp acidity, the Tarrazu may be the perfect coffee. Hints of vanilla in the aroma complement its generous body and clean finish. Cultivated in the rugged Tarrazu region recognized as Costa Rica's foremost coffee district, it is a high-grown coffee accustomed to lofty expectations. And the Tarrazu doesn't disappoint.

     
             
             
         
Growing Region: Tarrazu
Elevation: 4,500 feet
Cultivar: Typica, Caturra
Process: washed, sun dried
Roast: Half-City+ (Medium Light)
   
           
 
             
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Guatemala Antigua Coffee
   
         
Guatemala Antigua    
$9.75/12 oz      
         
A quality Guatemalan is a staple on any coffee roaster's menu since its taste profile is one of the world's best. And there's no Guatemalan more admired than the Antigua. It is what every high-elevation specialty coffee aspires to be: spirited, heavy-bodied, and intensely aromatic with rich suggestions of spice. Volcanic soils and a temperate climate provide ideal growing conditions for the Antigua, Guatemala's most distinguished highland coffee. Shade-grown among trees and shrubs indigenous to the region, it owes much of its complexity to heirloom arabica cultivation.
     
               
               
           
Growing Region: Antigua
Elevation: over 5,000 feet
Cultivar: Bourbon, Typica
Process: washed
Roast: City (Medium)
   
             
 
               
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Mexico Chiapas     $9.75/12 oz  
Grown on the slopes of the Sierra Mandre de Chiapas, the Mexico Chiapas produces a balanced cup with an acidity reminiscent of dry white wine. This coffee thrives in the region's high elevation and rich, volcanic soil. With a land mass of nearly 46,000 sq. miles, the Chiapas climate ranges dramatically in altitude. Coffees from this region are admired for their delicate aroma, medium body, and natural chocolate flavor. The best Chiapas coffees are grown in the southeast corner of the state close to the Guatemalan border and bear some resemblance to the Huehuetenango coffees of Guatemala.  
 
 
 
Growing Region: Chiapas
Elevation: 5,500 feet
Cultivar: Typica
Process: washed
Roast: City+ (Medium+)
 
 
     
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