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

Butterscotch, apple, stone fruit, Earl Grey, tartaric acidity, bittersweet cocoa
Maraschino cherry, wine grape, cinnamon-sugar, mixed nuts, layered cocoa
Raisin and dark sugar aroma, spiced vanilla, toffee almond, citrus zest accent
Intoxicating florals, jasmine, Bergamot tea, sweet lime, pristine finish
Honey, graham cracker, complex sugar and fruit tones, light florals, body

News

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...

Taste and Price: When Values Shift I miss a lot of things that happen in the coffee press. There's just too much out there. But I recently caught glimpse of this and found it very thought-provoking. Posting the image above to Instagram and asking...

Branches filled to what seems like the limit, with green cherry for the upcoming harvest; Urrao, Colombia In relation to other coffee-producing origins, Colombia stands out in that coffee is being harvested practically year-round. Most other...

Recent comments

mike posted in Taste and Price: When Values Shift on 06/29/16
Very nice thoughtful post. As always!(view)
danwood posted in The Quest M3s Coffee Roaster on 06/20/16
Hey there, thanks for the feedback. We state 200 grams as the max because in our experience, it seems like this is where we lose the ability to influence the roast curve. Can you go beyond 200 grams? Sure, but we didn't think the roaster handled very well as a "sample roaster", which for us means shooting for shorter roast times than our typical...(view)
lyleerickson posted in The Quest M3s Coffee Roaster on 06/20/16
It's great to see continued improvement and support of the M3. I own an older model and I love it. I am interested in the reasons behind the statement "the absolute maximum batch size is 200 grams." The instruction manual describes batch sizes up to 300g, and I see videos and posts that discuss profiles for 200+ gram batch sizes (with the older...(view)
danwood posted in About Vacuum Packaging on 05/10/16
Hi Iyassu, We don't sell vacuum packaging bags. We do have an assortment of 1 and 1/2 lb bags available on under our "products" tab. Best, Dan(view)
Iyassu Isaac posted in About Vacuum Packaging on 04/29/16
I am interested in fresh roasted coffee tapes of packages and price list of each package. I am interested in a package which holds KG. I prefer one which has got a small square to see the contents of the roasted coffee or fresh coffee beans. Thank you very much iyassu Isaac(view)