Coffee Shrub

Coffee is a multi-stemmed, gangly, awkward, diminutive shrub. Coffee Shrub is dimunitive too; a micro-seller of coffee serving shops that roast. We sell green coffee in batches that equal roughly a bit less than 1/2 or 3/4 of a traditional jute bag packaged in Grain-Pro lined bags, at either 50lbs. or 100lbs. You have the convenience of thorough, descriptive reviews as a starting point for your own tasting notes and also relevant information about the farms, including images that you can use to promote the coffee. Look over our coffees and see if any of these offerings would complement your current list.

Recent Coffee Additions

Toffee candy, honey, chocolate, pear, black walnut
Rice syrup, Ricola, sage, tart grape, baker's cocoa
Vanilla syrup, fruited, roasted barley, rustic cocoa, macadamia
Honey/caramel sweetness, fruit juice, baking spices, bodied, sweet finish
Jasmine florals, peach pie, cherry preserves, citrus, Hefeweisen


Panorama of the back half of our new warehouse   As most of you already know, Coffee Shrub and Sweet Maria's moved to our new warehouse all of last week. The move's gone well, and we're working to shore things up this week. In reality, we'll...

Rwanda + Burundi = Espresso Perfection When considering "African coffees", I tend to think of exotic flavor profiles and pronounced acidity, and rightfully so. So many of coffee's crown jewels are produced in equatorial regions in East Africa and...

The New Quest M3s Quest recently released their new M3s roaster, a revamp of the original M3 model, but with a couple of new features. At 7 1/8" across, on it's face, the upgrades appear to be minor. But a closer look reveals a chaff drawer at the...

We used this machine as a test model about 6 times while deciding if we were going to carry Sonofrescos. We really like it but it's starting to get a little dusty, so we decided to discount the price and find it a nice home. It's in prefect working...

I like to take pictures, I like to travel, and I sell coffee. On its face, myself and many others do the same in a straightforward way, especially when we go to a specific farm or mill where we are buying. We point our cameras at the farmer, at...

Recent comments

danwood posted in Colombia Jose Amir Medina Microlot on 08/29/16
Hello, thanks for the message. "Amir" is a common name, and so I have no way of knowing if this is the same coffee you purchased. Best of luck!(view)
ChipW posted in Colombia Jose Amir Medina Microlot on 08/21/16
Back in May, I think it was, I bought some coffee at Carulla, here in Barranquilla, and the coffee was called Al Amir. It was a wonderful coffee with cardamomo. Is that the coffee you are referring to in your article? I love that coffee, it is by far my favorite, so far anyway, but now I cannot find it anywhere. Very disappointing. I want more of...(view)
Hey there, the San Diego Buena Vista is a good starting point, being that it's fully washed (processing), and sorted really well. These factors affect things like roast evenness, both physical and visibly (in this case it will be nice and even), which help when judging how a coffee is progressing through the roast process. I'm emailing you offline...(view) posted in Guatemala Acatenango Finca San Diego Buena Vista on 07/29/16
I'm just venturing into commercial (transitioning from years of Home Roasting). Is this a good coffee to start with for the general public? Any other suggestions that would be better? Thanks!(view)
danwood posted in Overview: New Quest M3s Sample Roaster on 07/23/16
Hi Jesse, We're generally charging to about 400 on the analogue. The first batch will go fast, which is normal. I find consistency by the 3rd batch, so it's ideal to wait until at least the 2nd batch to drop the coffee you actually want to roast, with round 3 being my preferred starting point. I hope this makes sense! Best, Dan(view)