Green Coffee List

Below is the list of single-origin coffees we currently have in stock. We also wholesale bags for roasted coffee and Abid Clever Coffee Drippers.

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Fruit and nut, dried banana, tamarind, molasses, body
From $3.95 per lb
Jam and nut butter, molasses, dried apricot, cocoa
From $3.75 per lb
Bracing acidity, lemon, dark caramel, cranberry juice
From $4.12 per lb
Caramel, nougat, all-spice, black tea, berry, lemon water
From $4.10 per lb
Brisk tea, brown sugar, light floral, transparent, SO espresso
From $4.25 per lb
Rooibos tea, bodied, berry tones, lasting bittersweetness
From $4.22 per lb
Raw cane sugar, candied nut, apple chips, bittersweet cocoa
From $4.05 per lb
Blackstrap molasses, peet, toasted barley tea, and pungent tropical accents
From $5.17 per lb
Chocolate brownie, walnut, lemon zest, spiced apple
From $4.51 per lb
Vibrant, honey pecan, citrus rind, baker's cocoa
From $4.58 per lb
Chocolate citrus aroma, lemon bright, viscous, bittersweet cocoa
From $4.82 per lb
Mild citrus, jasmine flower, Earl Grey, Ricola herbal note
From $4.50 per lb
Floral jasmine, graham cracker crust, lemon water, bubblegum
From $4.73 per lb
Raw sugar, jasmine florals, bergamot, aromatic wood hint
From $4.50 per lb
Jasmine, Bazooka Joe bubblegum, peach preserves, grapefruit, Assam
From $14.22 per lb
Caramel, earthy bittersweetness, dark fruit, herbal tones
From $4.78 per lb
Layered spice, sugarcane juice, cinnamon tea, candied lemon peel
From $4.30 per lb
Darjeeling tea, grape to raisin, spiced sugar, refined
From $4.35 per lb
Aromatic sweetness, butterscotch, sugarcane, stone fruit, tea
From $4.40 per lb
Raw honey, berry reduction, cherry cola, lemon brightness
From $4.29 per lb
Syrupy, dried apricot, burdock, grape note, pipe tobacco
From $4.46 per lb
Balanced sweet/bittersweet tones, butter pecan, golden raisin, cocoa, tea
From $4.50 per lb
Ultra sweet, stone fruit, berry, floral top note, high % cacao bar
From $4.75 per lb
Intense, bracing acidity, Scharffen Berger chocolate, tart cranberry, lemon verbena
From $4.75 per lb
Baking spice, plum, Assam, simple syrup, pineapple
From $4.35 per lb
Coffee Cupping Notes
Brazil Dry Process Fazenda Furnas This natural from Fazenda Furnas is fruited (as you'd expect from a naturally processed coffee), but with a depth in sweetness that rounds out the cup quite well. The dry fragrance has a smell of stewed fruit with caramel-coated peanuts. The sweet...
Brazil Dry Process Mirante Peaberry City+ to Full City roasting is recommended for brewed coffee, the latter also a good starting point for espresso. In this middle range almond and roasted chickpea notes are backed by toffee sweetness, a mix of sweet and semi-savory that works well....
Burundi Kibumbu Kayokwe Lot 1 Kayokwe's dry fragrance has a raw Turbinado sugar smell to it, clean and with flecks of baking spices, mace and clove accents. Breaking through the wet crust releases a spiced sweetness that reminds me of pumpkin bread, a concoction of cooked...
Burundi Muyinga Kavugangoma A smell of baked sugar and cinnamon stick permeate from the ground coffee of City roasts, and deeper bittersweetness with a vanilla bean accent in our Full City roast. The wet grounds develop a ginger cookie smell - molasses, candied ginger, and...
Burundi Rutovu Kinogono This Burundi has an invigorating smell of red raisin and spice, like raisin muffin, and with a sweet vanilla sugar scent underneath. The dry fragrance is complex, and a fairly accurate depiction of the cup to come. The wet aromatics show potent...
Colombia Urrao -Jose Florez The ground coffee of this lot from Jose Flores has a smell of ginger powder and molasses bread, especially at City+ where it culminates as a molasses cookie smell. A dark sweetness builds in the wet grounds, more molasses allusions, along with a...
Colombia Valle de los Puentes The dry fragrance has more than it's share of brown sugar sweetness all the way up to Full City (and probably beyond), along with smells of malt powder, cinnamon bark, and herbal suggestions. The wet crust of City+ roasts have fragrant panela sugar...
Congo Kivu SWP Decaf The dry grounds smell has a sweet grain smell, like honey on wheat bread, roasted rye grain, and subtle fruit tones too. Adding hot water enhances these smells, and breaking through the crust with a spoon stirs up accents of rustic cacao nibs and...
Costa Rica Helsar Señor Rojas The Señor Rojas lot has a pronounced cane sugar and roasted almond scent in the dry fragrance, taking on a chocolate brownie roast accent with a more developed roast level. Adding the hot water, the wet grounds echo cookie-like aromatics, dark...
Costa Rica Tarrazu -Talamanca 1800 The fragrance at CIty to City+ highlights these raw sugar and roasted nut tones, more of the former, and coming off with a malty sweetness (especially in City roasts). The wet aromatics push a honey-like aspect, like honey-sweetened black tea. Full...
Espresso Workshop #41 -Afiliate Romano Afiliate Romano will appeal to those who enjoy espresso with an acidic kick, bright lemon tartness highlighting a long lasting bittersweetness. Light roasting is not advised, as it isn't until Full City where the necessary bittersweet cocoa flavors...
Ethiopia Agaro Jimma Agaro Jimma has a honey graham smell in lightest roasts (City), moderate stone fruit tea suggestions that culminate in fruit pastry smells. Caramelized sugar and toffee smells come up from the wet crust, a candy sweetness that reminds me of torrone...
Ethiopia Gedeo Zone Gedeb Asasa Light roasts of Gedeb show fresh floral notes and pointed sweetness, while Full City yields a more fruited side. Definitely a versatile Yirga Cheffe coffee in roast level. The dry fragrance has a scent of raw sugar, like turbinado, and flanked by...
Ethiopia Guji Zone Akrabi At City roast, the dry fragrance is front-loaded with raw sugar smells and dried floral hint, which we think to be hallmarks of a good Guji coffee. The wet aroma boasts hefty wafts of red honey in the steam, accents of jasmine pearl tea when...
Guatemala Acatenango Gesha Lot 2 This Gesha lot has such a floral sweetness to it throughout - perfume-like, sweet, complex, and 'fresh'. The florals are apparent in the aromatics, and when brewed, at their peak in City-City+ roasts and once the cup temp has cooled a bit - good...
Guatemala Proyecto Xinabajul -Los Palacios This lot from the Palacios family cups with high levels of sweetness and body, accented by dark dried fruits. The ground coffee has faint fig smell swirling around a very sweet base of buttery caramel. Adding hot water brings up a rustic cacao nib...
Rwanda Kivu Kageyo Station This lot from Kageyo shines in both light and dark roast applications, the cup boasting raw sugar sweetness and complex baking spice notes. At City, the dry fragrance has a clean turbinado-like sweetness with accent notes of dried apple chips...
Rwanda Kivu Kanzu Lot 2 Our 2nd lot of Kanzu picks up where the previous left off, a brewed coffee defined by top notes of spice tea and fruited accents, and pristine finish. The dry fragrance of City roasts has the sweetness of pancake syrup, and with a pinch of clove...
Rwanda Nyamasheke Mutovu Lot 1 Mutovu is a fragrant coffee, the dry grounds perfumed the cupping lab when ground. A strong caramel butterscotch sweetness comes through in light roasts, raisin and mulling spices, and a sweet scent of cherry cola. The wet aroma of City roasts is so...
Rwanda Rulindo Cocatu Coop. Lot 2 This is our 2nd lot from Cocatu, a washing station that produces some of our most prized Rwanda coffees. The dry fragrance has a smell of dark cherry with delicate floral and clove spice notes abound. In the darker roast ranges a pungent cooked...
Sumatra Raja Batak Peaberry The sweetness smelled in the dry fragrance has the pungency of black strap molasses with peppery tobacco accents. Both City+ and Full City roasts have potent sweetness, mixing syrupy fruit smells with rustic bittersweetness. The wet aromatics are...
Sweet Maria's Altiplano Blend This is a great dual-purpose blend, and so we cupped it as both brewed coffee and espresso. Roasting to City+ - Full City is great for a cup of coffee, and the dry fragrance has a pungent-sugar sweetness, molasses sugars, along with roasted nut and...
Sweet Maria's Ethiopiques Blend By standard cupping methods for brewed coffees, the profile is much "bigger" than previous years, and extracting this blend in an espresso machine produces something very intense, sweet, and complex. The dry fragrance of City roasts have citrus and...
Sweet Maria's Majirani African Blend Majirani is a force to be reckoned with. Espresso extraction yields an intensely sweet and extremely viscous liquid, both aspects leaving pleasantly memorable flavors on the palate. Grinding middle roasts gives off big fruited notes, dark stone...
Tanzania Mbeya Sungura Peaberry Our City roast boasted delicate smells of herbal infusions in the dry grounds along with a sweet caramely base. The aromatics have an interesting cooked fruit smell that reminds me of rhubarb, and with a lemony hint. Brewing a City+ roast yields a...