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  • Ana Carolina's red catuai has to travel a long road, a 2-hour journey down the mountain, to get to the local dry mill. She currently depulps her harvest with a hand-cranked machine, but hopes to build an onsite wet mill to streamline processing. High levels of malic acid yields a bright peach note to this lot.
    $16.00
    Ana Carolina's 100% red catuai is a far trip from the dry mill, requiring a 2-hour journey to get down the mountain. Her coffee is uniquely malic in a peach candy-like way that impresses cuppers each year. The entire...
  • Dr. Fabio Araujo Reis works with his two sons and daughter to run their family farm. The sons work along with 35 employees on the estate, many of whom grew up near the farm and later chose to return to the Carmo da Cachoeira area after finishing school. This lot is comprised of peaberries and is Rainforest Alliance Certified.
    $15.00
    Dr. Fabio Araujo Reis works with his two sons and daughter to run their family farm, Fazenda do Salto, in the Sul de Minas region of Brazil. Fabio's sons, Andre and Juca, work with 35 employees on the estate, many of whom...
  • Ethiopia Shakiso Mulish
    $17.00
    Located roughly 40km from Shakiso, Mulish Washing Station has a reputation for producing exquisite natural and washed coffees. The washing station receives coffee cherries from 880 Guji zone smallholders and, with 400 beds...
  • Kenya Nyeri Hill
    $17.00
    One of the first coffee farms established in eastern Africa, Nyeri Hill Estate planted its first coffee seedling in 1914. Located two kilometers northwest of the town of Nyeri, along the Nyeri-Ihururu road, this expansive...
  • Decaffeinated Kenya
    $16.00
    Top lots from Kenya, grown in rich volcanic soil, are highly valued for their crisp, clean acidity and inherent sweetness. It has been decaffeinated using the Swiss Water Process, known industry-wide to give green coffees...
  • Ana Carolina's red catuai has to travel a long road, a 2-hour journey down the mountain, to get to the local dry mill. She currently depulps her harvest with a hand-cranked machine, but hopes to build an onsite wet mill to streamline processing. High levels of malic acid yields a bright peach note to this lot.
    $16.00
    Our Sierra Nevada Asobiopaz Organic coffee was grown by the 19 producers of Asociacion Biologicos para la Paz (Asobiopaz) from the villages of Bonda and Minca in the Magdalena department. Castillo, Abrigo and Tipica coffee...
  • This is a region of Ethiopia where, until recently, smallholder farms almost exclusively dried coffee cherries in the sun, producing relatively low quality lots. With the advent of coop-owned washing stations, where processing could be managed better, the true quality of the coffee from this area is being realized.
    $16.00
    Limu coffees come from the southwestern parts of Ethiopia, in the Oromia Region. These coffees are grown at altitudes of up to 2000 meters above sea level. They tend to show a cup profile with a medium body and flavor notes...

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