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Brazil Bourbon Santos 
Grown in the Cerrado region of northern Brazil, this is a mild and sweet coffee, with medium body and acidity and nutty undertones. In addition, it is an excellent blender, enhancing other coffee flavors, and it is naturally processed.


Celebes Kalosi
The coffee from this former Dutch colony, now known as Sulawesi, is deep and rich, with an earthy flavor and more acidity than other Indonesian coffees. They are very complex and smooth, with a buttery caramel finish.


Colombian Supremo
From the famous Bucaramanga growing region, this Supremo is 95% Typica beans, which means lower yields, but better quality. Supremos are consistently graded for large bean size and are known for their clean flavor, richness, balance, and full body.


Costa Rican Tarrazu 
From From the Dota Estate in the Tarrazu region, this SHB (Strictly Hard Bean) is grown at an altitude of over 4000 ft. It is known for its lively elegant flavor and great acidity, making a robust and full-bodied cup. We have been buying from this single estate for over 3 years


Ethiopian Virgacheffe
Organically grown on small family farms in the southeastern mountains, Yirgacheffes are known for their distinctive small oval beans. This coffee has a very floral aroma, light body, is very winey, and has a complex, even chocolatety flavor.


Guatemala Antiqua 
Grown above 5000 ft. in the premier growing region of Antigua, this coffee has the best of everything: good body, satisfying aroma, and a rich, complex flavor. The altitude, weather, and volcanic soil combine to create one of the finest Central American coffees. Perfectly balanced.


Hawaiian Kona Fancy
Our Kona comes from the Koa Plantation in Captain Cook, HI, on the southwest coast of the island. While coffee is now grown on the other Hawaiian islands, Kona remains the only truly specialty-grade coffee produced in the U.S. These beans are large, uniform, and roast beautifully, yielding a very pleasant cup. Aromatic, with a rich, mild flavor, medium body, and good acidity.


Honduran Marcala 
Marcala is the main growing region in Honduras, producing coffee that tastes smooth and light with good body and medium acidity.Indian Monsooned Malabar 
Grown near the Tropic of Cancer in the Indian state of Karnataka, the processing of these beans is unique in the coffee world. The monsooning process, responsible for the bean's unique golden color, consists of exposing natural coffee beans to moisture-laden monsoon winds in a well-ventilated brick- or concrete-floored warehouse. Rich and spicey, with an earthy flavor, exceptionally smooth and full bodied.


Jamaican Blue Mountain
From the Wallenford Estate comes some of the most famous coffee in the world. Consistently beautiful beans that yield an incredibly smooth and well balanced cup with good body and acidity.


Java Estate 
Grown on the Blawan estate (1 of the 5 original Dutch estates) on the island of Java, these beans brew a rich, smooth, full bodied cup with good acidity, a deep complex aroma, and a slightly sweet finish. A washed bean unlike most Indonesians.Kenya AA
We have been buying from the Keekorack Estate for more than 10 years, and their coffee easily ranks among the world's finest. The AA rating denotes a premium bean size. These are well processed and graded, with a rich and winey taste, great aroma, and gentle acidity.


Mexican Chiapas Pluma
Near the Guatemalan border in the state of Chiapas grows Mexico's finest coffee. A fragrant light-bodied cup, low acidity and bright flavor, with nutty undertones.


Nicaragua Matagalpa
From the Placeres Estate in the Segovia region outside of Managua, the capital city. Yields a cup of deep full flavor, great aroma and good acidity, with a dry, sweet finish.


Panama Boquete SHB
Grown by the Ruiz family on the Lerida Estate, a Strictly Hard Bean with a full aroma, medium body and lively flavor. We have been buying Lerida Estate coffee for over 5 years.


Papua New Guinea 
Grown at over 6500 ft. on this Indonesian island north of Australia, a pleasantly aromatic washed coffee with an earthy,smooth taste, rich body, and a dry aftertaste.


Sumatra Mandheling 
75% of Indonesian coffees come from the island of Sumatra, where it is a huge part of the national economy. A naturally processed bean that is very rich and mellow, with full body and a concentrated flavor. Naturally low acidity and almost syrupy on the palate.


Tanzanian Peaberry 
The peaberry grade is made up entirely of coffee from fruit that produces a single, rounded bean rather than twin flat-sided beans. Once considered genetic oddities, peaberries are now appreciated for their own distinctive characteristics. Grown on the slopes on Mt. Kilimanjaro, these unique beans have a complex aroma and are distinctively winey (although less bold than a Kenya) with a vibrant flavor and excellent body and acidity.


Zimbabwe 053 
053 designates this as the finest coffee available for export from Zimbabwe, and despite the political turmoil in recent years, the coffee has remained consistently good. With naturally low caffeine, it has a zesty and well-balanced flavor, with medium body, and a lingering spicy aftertaste.  


Dark Roast Coffee's

French Brazil Santos 

French Colombian 

French Costa Rican 

French Kenya AA 

French Sumatra 

French Zimbabwe 

Italian Espresso Roast 

Vienna Colombian 

Viennese Espresso Blend 

Coffee Blends

Andes Blend

Breakfast Blend 

House Blend

Kona Blend

Mocha Java

Scandinavian Blend

Depot Blend

Decaf Blends

Breakfast Blend


Costa Rica 

French Colombian


House Blend

Italian Espresso

Kenya AA

Mocha Java 

Scandinavian Blend 

Depot Blend 



Fair Trade Organic Coffee

Fair Trade Certified coffees are purchased, usually from small family-owned farms, at a "fair" price, one that permits the farmers to adequately sustain their families and their farms. This price is determined by an international formula and is always higher than the typically brutally low prices paid to small holders by the local market. In additon to adequate wages, farmers get access to affordable credit, which allows them to maintain a higher standard of living than their uncertified counterparts. The Fair Trade program works hard to create direct trade links between farmers and their cooperatives and roasters. Finally, all Fair Trade organic coffees are grown without the use of chemicals, thus supporting the health of the producer, the consumer, and the environment.

Breakfast Blend

Colombian Popayan

Dark Roast Mexican

Decaf Komodo Blend, SWP

Decaf Mexican, SWP

Ethiopian Virgacheffe

French Sumatra

Guatemalan SHP

Italian Espresso Roast 

Mexican Pluma

Nicaragua Segovia

Peru Chanchmayo

Seven Hills Blend 

Sumatra Mandheling  

Regular Espresso



Flavored Coffee


Apricot Cream

Banana Nut Cream

Bavarian Chocolate

Blueberry Cobbler

Boston Nut Cream

Butter Pecan

Butter Rum


Brazilian Sunset Cappuccino

Caramel Nut Cream


Chocolate Almond

Chocolate Cherry 

Chocolate Fudge 

Chocolate Hazelnut 

Chocolate Irish Cream 

Chocolate Mint 

Chocolate Raspberry 


Cinnamon Sticky Bun 

Cinnamon Almond 

Cinnamon Graham Cracker 

Cinnamon Hazelnut 

Cinnamon Nutmeg 

Cinnamon Orange Spice 

Coconut Cream 

Cookies & Cream

Creme Brulee 

English Toffee 

French Vanilla 

German Chocolate Cake 


Highlander Grogg 

Irish Cream 

Jamaica Me Crazy 


Kentucky Bourbon 

Macadamia Nut 

Mint Julep 


New York Cheesecake 

Opera Cream 

Praline & Cream 

Pumpkin Spice 

Raspberry Cream 


Southern Pecan 

Streudel Cake 

Strawberry Cream 


Toasted Almond 

Toasted Chestnut 

Toffee Caramel 

Turtle Sundae 


Vanilla Almond 

Vanilla Cinnamon 

Vanilla Hazelnut 

Vanilla Nut Cream 

Viennese Cinnamon 

White Chocolate 

White Russian   

* Combinations of flavors available upon request 

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