Supremo denotes the highest grade of Colombian coffee - the largest, most even beans. The large whole beans create a very rich flavor in this Colombian Medellin Supremo coffee, with notes of ripe cherry.
Prized for their mild, sweet and bright flavor notes, Costa Rican coffee has a classic flavor that sets the standard for all of Central America. These beans have no defects and will brew a delicious cup.
Grown in the central volcanic highlands of Antigua, this coffee is very fragrant and produces a medium body with flavors of macadamia. Our Guatemala Antigua coffee is delicious with chocolate and desserts!
Excelso is the Colombian term for large, even-sized coffee beans. Everyone knows that Colombia coffee is delicious; this Colombian Excelso coffee blend has a medium-bodied flavor, with a clean aftertaste.
Spanish roast coffee is a rich, dark roast coffee with a bold smooth flavor. The whole beans are dark in color, like a dark chocolate. This roast is similar to a French roast, but a little sweeter in flavor.
Our Honduras coffee is a rather gentle, low key coffee of medium body. Hondurans grow coffee in rich, volcanic soil in the shade of trees. It is often used in coffee blends and stands up nicely on its own!
This is for the late night coffee drinker...you know who you are! We blend half regular and half decaf premium Columbian beans for a delicious, robust brew. Now you can drink your coffee and fall asleep too!
Mocha doesn't mean chocolate! Mocha coffee is named after a Yemeni port where coffee has been traded for generations. It's distinguished by its distinctively rich, winey acidity, and intriguing nuance.