"La Minita" Costa Rican coffee is an exceptional coffee from a prestigious estate in the Tarrazu region. It has a sweet and caramelly aroma and a noticeably pointed acidity, which makes for a lively bright taste. La Minita's rich complex flavor is enhanced by its medium full-body and a very clean, short finish. Hacienda La Minita was "green" long before being "green" was fashionable. As well as coffee in production and farm infrastructure, for many years La Minita has maintained a wildlife reserve of 200 acres of natural tropical forest. The health and well being of the people, animals and plants of the farm are very important. Fortunately, the climate and geography of the farm generally preempts the need to resort to pesticides. Herbicides are not used on the coffee and all of the weed control is done by hand with a machete.
Colombian Supremo is a sweet & fruity coffee with a full body and malty-sweet flavor. This coffee is roasted "Dark French" which is very dark and slightly oily. The darker roast gives this coffee a pleasant bitter-sweet overtone similar to dark chocolate.
Colombian Supremo has a sweet & fruity aroma, full body and mild malty flavor. The roast on this coffee is "Full City" which is light brown and provides a mild toasty nuance, without overpowering the flavor of the coffee.
Costa Rican, SHB "Strictly Hard Bean", coffee has a sweet, spicy and caramel aroma. Costa Rican has a full body, with medium acidity giving it a rich and sweet flavor. This coffee is roasted "Dark French" which is dark brown and gives it a bitter-sweet nuance.
Costa Rican, SHB "Strictly Hard Bean", coffee has a sweet, spicy and caramelly aroma. It has a full body, with medium acidity giving it a rich and sweet flavor. This coffee is roasted "Light French" which is medium brown and gives it a toasty-sweet nuance.
Guatemalan coffee has a sweet, caramel aroma, medium body and a distinct winy and tart flavor. This selection is roasted "Full City" which is a light brown color providing a mild-toasty nuance that does not overshadow the coffee's distinctive qualities.
The aroma of this outstanding Brazilian coffee is complex with sweet and spicy notes along with hints of sandalwood and soft nuts like Macadamia or Brazil nuts. It has a medium body with a velvety mouth feel. The taste is just as complex as the aroma consisting of a spicy dark chocolate note with hints of molasses and a slight floral aspect. The coffee has a fruity note and delightful nutty character which is well highlighted by our Light French Roast.
We love Brazil coffee for its intense sweetness and nuttiness. The Espirito Santo is a full-natural Brazil, which gives it a syrupy body and stunning fudge and maple aftertaste. As the cup cools, we notice something like marzipan stand out: almonds and sugar delight. The cup is super balanced on its own, but if you add a splash of cream, you'll taste something akin to pecan pie!
Cupping Profile: Clean, consistent, rich, chocolate, balanced, delicate, soft citrus, almonds, caramel, and sweet finish