Bali Blue Moon
Indonesia, Kintamani Highlands
A very special coffee. Exceptional. Unique. When the coffee is sun dried, local fruit is layed over it giving it a more fruity flavor. Complex with rich aromatics. A smooth thick body and a long pleasing finish. Flavors of toasted walnuts,
semi-sweet chocolate with hints of ripe dark berries and vanilla.
Costa Rica El Venado
Grecia, Naranjo - West Valley
A well balanced coffee. Creamy mouth feel and sweet finish. Flavors of caramel, sweet orange, dark cherries and milk chocolate.
Guatamala Cafe Feminino
Central America, Lake Atitlan
This multidimentional coffee coffee includes lemon, chocolate and soft spice notes. Smoky robust flavor with a smooth caramel finish.
Bold, bright & crisp. Start your day with a roar!
Our "House" Coffee
“The crown jewel of Colombia”
Famous for it’s pleasant acidity & smooth finish.
Sweet, syrupy & clean. Black cherry, raspberry
with bright citrus notes and a deep chocolate backbone.
A real crowd pleaser.
Ethiopian - Werka Chelche
A beautifully balanced coffee that starts with lemongrass aromatics, moves into a crisp apple & floral tones then finishes with a long, clean honey and caramel sweetness. Pairs well with dessert.
Perfect for a dinner party to impress your friends.
Central America, Marcala
Smooth & creamy. Caramel, stone fruit and almonds. Syrupy mouth feel with bright
berry acidity and floral aftertaste. Notes of dark chocolate & blackberry. Decadent. Special.
A staff favorite. Makes a nice gift too.
Considered a rarity, this coffee has a bright and crisp acidity. Full Body. It offers a nutty aroma as well as a clean polished finish. Notes of spice and chocolate with a caramelized tangerine zest.
Bottomless depth of flavor.
Central America, Lambayeque,
Delicately sweet, soft richness, rich flavor with gentle acidity. Full creamy body.
PaPau New Guinea
Okapa, Eastern Highlands
A rich satisfying coffee. Bold and balanced.
Dark chocolate, caramel, red currant, juniper berry nuance. Slightly smokey & spicy
Indonesia, Toarco Jaya
Clean and sweet.
Heavy body and pleasant lingering finish.
Rich dark chocolate, raw cane sugar,
subtle floral and sweetened lemon.
*RARITY, get it while it lasts
Indonesia, Harimau Tiger Estate
Boysenberry, molasses and dark chocolate lead up to subtle roasted nuts, mild peppercorn and a long oaky finish. Sweet and savory spices.
* Our shining star. Locals favorite. Dark Roasted.
Africa, Llembo Estates
This very rare and special coffee is grown on the slopes of Mt. Kilimanjaro under the shade of banana trees. Flavors of black tea, kiwi, lemon and blackberry. Full Body and complex.
What makes a Peaberry so special?
A peaberry (also called caracol, or "snail" in Spanish) is a natural mutation of the coffee bean inside it's cherry.
Normally coffee beans grow two to a fruit, flat against each other like halves of a peanut, but a funny thing happens
in about 5% of the world's coffee, a bean is born an only child.So it is round. Delicate. Rare. Special.