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El Salvador Apaneca Finca Miravalle Bourbon

$217.50
Bourbon cherry at Finca Miravelles
El Salvador Apaneca Finca Miravalle Bourbon
El Salvador Apaneca Finca Miravalle Bourbon

Central flavors are raw sugars and soft roasted nut tones. Light roasts have tea-like vibrance, while Full City shows caramelizing bittersweetness and a subtle raisin accent. City to Full City. Good for espresso.

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El Salvador Finca Santa Julia Bourbon

$207.50
Doña Haydee's husband, Alfredo, who also manages Santa Julia
El Salvador Finca Santa Julia Bourbon
El Salvador Finca Santa Julia Bourbon

Middle roasts have flavor aspects of granola; oats and roasted almonds baked with honey and cinnamon, even a subtle dried raisin note. Heavier dark chocolate flavors are found at Full City. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso.

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El Salvador La Esperanza "H1" Cultivar

$225.00
Bags of dried parchment back at the dry mill in Santa Ana
El Salvador La Esperanza
El Salvador La Esperanza

La Esperanza is a fairly delicate, nuanced El Salvador. Toffee/caramel sweetness, roasted barley green tea, lemony acidity, light body, clean mouthfeel. City to Full City.

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Guatemala Special Prep Finca Cedros Palmira

$262.50
Fredy Morales showing us some of the honey coffees he's producing at his processing sites near Huehue town

This mix of honey and dry process coffee produces winey plum, blackberry and blueberry, stone fruit and palm sugars. Roast tones are pronounced beyond City+ but so are fruited characteristics. City+ to Full City+.

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Honduras Buenos Aires Community

$192.50
A coffee picker brings coffee cherry down to the mill by mule
Honduras Buenos Aires Community
Honduras Buenos Aires Community

Balanced interplay of bittering and sweet qualities, burned sugar and dark cacao, honey wheat, and fruited hints. A crowd pleasing cup! City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso.

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Honduras Cerro Negro La Lesquiñada

$197.50
Taking a walk around La Lesquiñada with Sergio Romero
Honduras Cerro Negro La Lesquiñada

Balanced dark sugar sweetness and roast tone, top notes of raisin, dried stone fruit, a green herbal accent, high % cacao bar, and a dark berry accent. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso.

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Honduras Comayagua Nueva Alianza

$205.00
Walking farms in Comayagua region in 2017, you see a lot of the broad leaf, Catimor types planted
Honduras Comayagua Nueva Alianza

Sweet citrus flavors and herbal green tea in light roasts, dried fruit character, burned sugar, caramel and rich chocolate roast tones with deeper roast development. City to Full City+. Good espresso. 

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