Coffee profile: Tanzania Peaberry

Grown along Central Africa's eastern coast, south of Kenya and north of Mozambique, in Mount Kilimanjaro's old growth forests, at elevations between 4,000 and 6,000 feet above sea level, Tanzania Peaberry is a remarkably clean, round, complex coffee with the citric brightness of a Kenyan and the smooth, gentle sweetness of an Ethiopian. Tanzania's climate,... Continue Reading →

Coffee profile: Java Siliwangi

Nestled between the Java Sea and the Indian Ocean, the island of Java stands small but mighty. This stunning island is the world's most populous, with over 140 million inhabitants, and one of the most dynamic with rugged coastlines, vast mountain ranges, and fertile agricultural lands. Java also happens to be the first island in... Continue Reading →

Coffee profile: Yemen Mocha Matari

Yemen's history with coffee dates back to the beginning. According to some legends, coffee was first discovered in Yemen by a Sufi monk. In others, our beloved bean was first discovered in Ethiopia and soon brought to Yemen by a monk who became besotted after discovering he could roast, grind, and then brew this magical... Continue Reading →

Coffee profile: Papua New Guinea

Soaring mountains, crystal blue waters, rainforests, and pristine air... Papua New Guinea is a coffee growing oasis on the eastern half of New Guinea island. Situated over 600 islands and located just below the equator and just north of Australia, Papua New Guinea is stunningly diverse with over 825 known languages and distinctly rural with... Continue Reading →

Regional coffee profile: South America

Intoxicating, good body, sweet flavor...are words most commonly used to describe South American coffees -- and we have to agree! South American coffees are renowned for their aromatics and stunningly smooth, textured bodies. Grown on soaring mountain ranges, in rich volcanic soil, beneath old growth forests, and graced with stabilizing ocean winds, it's no wonder... Continue Reading →

Regional coffee profile: Africa

Bright, winey, smooth, intense... Africa, largely believed to be the birthplace of coffee, possesses extraordinary coffee growing conditions with its soaring, majestic mountain ranges, consistent equatorial climate, and pristine old growth forests. From crisp and clean to exotic and honey-toned, African coffees have an elegant, assertive complexity bound to bewitch all who love a bright, crisp,... Continue Reading →

Regional coffee profile: Asia

Silky, rich, earthy, spicy, savory, and wild are the words most commonly used to describe Southeast Asia's extraordinary arabica coffees. Spanning multiple bodies of water and countless, soaring volcanic mountain ranges, Asia's dramatic climate and unadulterated old growth forests provide wonderful growing conditions for coffee. In many Asian coffee growing countries, such as Indonesia, the... Continue Reading →

Coffee profile: Sumatra Woolly Rhino

"The only way to save a rhinoceros is to save the environment in which it lives"  -David Attenborough Woolly Rhino hails from small, family farms located in the provinces of Lake Tawar and Lake Toba. While this lovely, forested area produces some of Sumatra's finest coffee, it is also home to something far more precious... Continue Reading →

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