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.

For a list of coffees warehoused in Kansas City click here.

For a list of blends, click here.

Developed sweetness, bittersweet chocolate, candied nut, dual-use
From $5.21 per lb
Baking spice melange, brown sugar, sweet tea, grape, cacao bar
From $4.49 per lb
Floral sugar, tangelo, cranberry juice, lemon, brisk tea
From $4.44 per lb
Wild flower honey, hibiscus tea, citrus, tea, malic, elegant
From $4.81 per lb
Red honey, fresh apple, pastry dough, cider-like acidity
From $4.74 per lb
Refined sweetness, spiced cider, cocoa, barley malt
From $5.31 per lb
Caramelized sugars, black tea, lemon zest, dry cherry, spiced, balance
From $4.62 per lb
Caramel and vanilla, cocoa, melted butter, muted fruits, moderate acidity
From $4.46 per lb
Intense chocolate, chipotle-laced cacao, licorice root, fresh cedar
From $4.41 per lb
Raw sugars, perfumed florals, sweet fruits, citrus, sparkling acidity, espresso option
From $4.69 per lb
Raw honey, cooked fruit, light citrus, hops, cleansing acidity
From $4.19 per lb
Tropical fruit, honeyed, perfumed florals, sweet lemon, red cherry, bracing acidity
From $5.11 per lb
Meyer lemon, cane sugar, tangelo, mandarin tea, rose water
From $4.90 per lb
Intense florals, jasmine, orange blossom, kaffir lime, Assam tea, honey, juicy body, clean finish
From $17.80 per lb
Honey, caramel, white grape, plum, peach, fruit juice acidity, bittersweet cocoa
From $4.90 per lb
Cane juice, Dutch cocoa, apple, black walnut, clean acidity
From $4.78 per lb
Pink grapefruit, tangelo, pomegranate, Naval orange, deep sweetness
From $5.32 per lb
Black currant, plum, grape black tea, dark berries, sweet finish
From $5.13 per lb
Simple syrup, black tea, cacao, balanced
From $4.90 per lb
Blackberry, raw honey, spiced plum, chocolate malt, spice, bodied
From $4.61 per lb
Rice syrup, horehound candy, dried papaya, blackberry, earth tones
From $5.10 per lb
Honey, brown sugar, citrus, roasted nut, structured
From $5.41 per lb
Coffee Cupping Notes
Brazil Carmo de Minas SWP Decaf The dry grounds have a nutty sweetness, in a sort of peanut sauce way. It's a Brazil, and so we expect as much, but it actually builds strong sweetness at City+ and FC, and with some fruit and cocoa notes as well. The wet grounds are saturated with...
Burundi Collines Rugabano Rugabano is a fairly dense coffee, being Bourbon grown at relatively high altitude, and most noticeable in the gentle snaps of 1st crack without having to pull back on the heat. We did a City+ and Full City roast in our sample roaster, and both...
Burundi Matongo Buramiro The dry fragrance has an intoxicating mix of buttery sugar, baking spices, and tea-like florals. Spiced elements continue to bloom with the wetted coffee, and an emerging floral sugar note shows in the steam on the break. The cup is brisk, aspects...
Colombia Inza Finca La Salada The smells found in the dry grounds of Los Salada are a far cry from the name ("salty") - a thick honey sweetness is wrapped around red fruit and berry accents, enticing to say the least. Adding hot water gives off a smell of peach turnover, cooked...
Colombia Rioblanco de Herrera What a sweet smelling coffee, honey and creamy nougat smells all through the aroma. The dry fragrance has a floral, red honey smell to it, which shifts toward baklavah pastry when adding hot water. And the cup echoes these elements, City+ roasts...
Colombia Timana SWP Decaf This blend from Timana resulted in a sweet cup, subtly spiced, and a fairly clean finish. The dry grounds smell of burned sugars, a touch of barley malt, and all-spice. Once you add hot water, sugary aspects build in the steam, along with...
Costa Rica Helsar - Magdalena Vega The aroma starts off a bit subdued with this lot of Magdalena Vega, the ground coffee showing faint resemblance to butter pecan ice cream. Adding hot water, the sweetness seems to billow in the steam, vanilla pudding and cinnamon powder, a mix of...
El Salvador Matalapa Tablon Cidra The right roast makes this coffee really sing! The dry fragrance has hazelnut butter, light brown sugar, and caramel. Darker levels have a roasted almond and chocolate aspect. The wet aromatics are rife with roasted barley malt, a quieter nutty tone...
Espresso Workshop #35 - Arruuugas! Full City is a good starting point for espresso, which is what this blend is geared towards. I brewed a clever dripper of a FC roast, and the aroma showed an intoxicating mix of raw, rustic sugars - molasses, sugar cane juice, and burned caramel....
Ethiopia Guji Zone Akrabi Bold sugar notes, fresh florals, and clean fruited flavors are what this Sidama is all about. Floral aspects play a large role from aroma to cup, and the finish is clean like a iced herbal tea. The fresh grounds of a City roast smell like lavender,...
Ethiopia Muhrabawi Limu The dry fragrance of this Limu coffee has a honey and orange essence smell, a sort of light and fruited sweetness. Adding hot water builds a peaches and cream scent, heaps of brown sugar, and citrus hints. It's a clean smelling coffee, and the cup...
Ethiopia Yirga Cheffe Baraka Buna This is a remarkably beautiful coffee. Starting with the dry grounds, deeply sweet honey scents saturate the olfactory, bolstered by convincing floral top notes and sweet citrus. Adding hot water, these qualities only intensify. Top notes of...
Ethiopia Yirga Cheffe Buna Ababa Buna Ababa carries a strong fragrance of dried apricots and baking spice, along with an array of sugar browning smells. The wet grounds exude smells of raw honey and cinnamon, sweet stone fruits, and a kaffir/floral smell wafts in the steam. City...
Guatemala Acatenango Gesha This Gesha lot has such a floral sweetness to it - perfume-like, sweet, complex, and 'fresh' - a set of aromatics I readily associate with Summertime. A set of attributes uniquely 'Gesha', and we're as bowled over by this years' lot as any. The dry...
Guatemala Huehuetenango Familia Morales Grinding the coffee lets off of an up-front sweetness of dried plum, along with a bit of raisin and all-spice. At Full City, notes of vanilla and caramel come up from the grounds, along with hints of clove. The wet aroma has a floral hint along with...
Guatemala Huehuetenango Michicoy This lot of Michicoy has a nice culmination of raw sugar and cocoa, and fruited hints in the middle roast range. The dry fragrance has a scent of cane juice along with smells of apple sauce and walnut. The wet crust is quite attractive, with more of...
Kenya Gatundu Karinga AB Grinding this coffee I get what I think to be quintessential "Kenya" characteristics - allusions to grape candy, cardamom and tea (like Russian tea cakes), and depth of sweetness. And while you can't smell acidity, the hints of orange peel sure make...
Kenya Murang'a Gatumbi Peaberry The dry grounds have red grape juice at City roast, as well as a medley of other tropical fruits a bit darker. It's a very sweet and juicy scent! Adding the hot water, the crust is rife with grape jelly and fig butter, becoming more black currant-...
Mexico Organic Jaltenango SWP Decaf The dry grounds have a nice raw sugar sweetness with baking spice hints, and even at City+ start to take on some roast complexity. The wet grounds show clarity, a bit of malt sugar and raisin, echoed on the break. The cup is balanced, and up front...
Rwanda Rulindo - Cocatu Cooperative This is our final, late-harvest Cocatu arrival, and has beautiful fruited sweetness in the cup. The dry fragrance has the smell of dark cherry with fine chocolate bittersweets. In the darker roast ranges a pungent cooked sugar smell develops. Maple...
Sumatra Toba Batak Peaberry While earth-centric, this coffee has very sweet aromatics with a multitude of raw sugar scents and dried fruits that show well in lighter roast levels (and dark too!). The ground coffee shows a fair amount of molasses and raisin, and Full City...
Tanzania Igawa-Mbeya SWP Decaf The dry grounds have a malty sweetness to them, a smell of molasses sugars and maltose. Fruited notes come into focus in the wet grounds, a mix of fig and plum is noticeable, and a sweet chocolate smell is present in City+ roasts. The cup is quite...