Coffee

Americas

Available In Single Serve As Grind Option

Our very popular coffees of South and Central America are medium to full-bodied with a clean and crisp finish

  • Costa Rica Alto Encino Micro Lot

    $23.67

    This shade grown Costa Rica micro lot has hints of swet cherry and caramel with a pleasantly dry finish. The bright acidity is present throughout the cup and gets stronger as it cools.

    Body: medium
    Acidity: bright
  • Colombia San Fermin

    $21.75

    Flavors: Purple Fruit, Brown Sugar and Melon

    Process: Fully Washed

    The coffee honors the festival of San Fermin in Spain. It represents some of the most important parts of what it means to be human; joy, audacity, courage and togetherness. The farms aspire to infuse these values into their product.

    Body: medium
    Acidity: balanced
  • Colombia Finca Bellavista

    $

    Finca Bellavista rests at 1700m above sea level within the rolling hills of Hulia. Its name comes from the beautiful view that can be observed in every direction. It's a very small farm (3.7 acres) but the quality speaks for itself. Notes of Papaya, Lemon, Brown sugar & syrup. Naturally Fermented for 24hrs then washed.


  • Costa Rica Alto Encino Micro Lot

    $18.75

    This shade grown Costa Rica Micro Lot from the Tarrazu regioin has hints of sweet cherry and caramel with a pleasantly dry finish. The bright acidity is present throughout the cup and gets stronger as it cools. This farm has been in the Jimenez family for over 30 years. It is named Alto Encino after the large quantity of oak trees found on the farm. The founder of the farm, Herman Vega, had a passion for agronomy and a love for coffee. After his unexpected death 25 years ago, his daughter Maureen took over the family business and has continued in his tradition of growing fantastic Micro Lots

    Body: medium
    Acidity: bright