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Colombian Supremo — This coffee has an intense aroma consisting of chocolate and hazelnut notes. Includes a soft and pleasant acidity while maintaining a well balanced body with a superb aftertaste!

Ethiopian Yirgacheffe — This coffee is very spicy and fragrant, often with a slightly chocolaty or NUTTY character. Subtleties include hints of citrus or tangerine (which is why it is often preferred for iced coffee!).

Sumatra Mandheling — is often described as a intense coffee with an earthy herbal aroma. With just enough acidity to provide a vibrancy, also exhibits tones of sweet chocolate and licorice!

Java Robusta — This coffee portrays a smooth and rich flavor that includes a unique aromatic spiciness with a mellow finale!

Brazilian Santos — This coffee produces a pleasantly mild, nicely balanced cup of coffee with low acidity. It is the perfect “anytime” selection if you are looking for a flavorful, light-roasted cup.

Kenya AA — coffee is denoted by the grade AA, meaning it is LARGE in size as well as flavor. With a sharp acidity that bodies a bold and heavy consistency, Kenya AA is layered with hints of fruit, giving it a complex sweetness and pungent aroma!

Dominican Republic — A very distinctive coffee that embellishes a medium body with a very rich and robust taste.

Tanzania Kilamanjaro — Holds the highest peak in Africa at 19,330ft holds a full body with a distinguished aroma. Has many characteristics as kenyan coffee but lighter in acidity.

Papua New Guinea — This coffee holds a perfume of papaya and mango, this Indonesian coffee is sweetly acidic with a mild-medium body of complex flavors and subtleties that create a delicate smoothness to each cup. Known to have flavors of molasses, tangy grapefruit, and hazelnut, this coffee from Papua New Guinea is exotic and flavorful.

Hawaiian Kona — is a high-grown, classic coffee that is medium roasted to transform into a full body of java that is slightly acidic with sweet overtones.

Guatemala Antigua — consists of a full body of flavor that is heavier than other Central American coffees. With a spicy twinge, this unique Guatemalan coffee proves velvety-rich in texture, aftertaste and thought.

Costa Rican Willow — This fairly new coffee has been introduced with a medium body that is sweet with tangerine notes and sparkle!