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Hate getting stuck with a bag of unloved beans? That will never happen here, as we offer sample sizes of all roasts. Try our whole bean samples to see which you'll like best.

Pablo Bonilla's
This complex and well-balanced cocktail of black grapes, dark chocolate, and dried prunes hails from Don Mayo micro mill, among the oldest in Tarrazu region of Costa Rica, owned by Hector Bonilla and family. The Bonillas oversee the entire natural process from the harvesting and drying of cherries on raised beds to the milling of green coffee. This particular lot comes from the farm which won the Presidential Award at the first place of Cup of Excellence Costa Rica 2009.
2oz - $3
Edinson Villa Loayza's
Heirloom variety Geisha with Caturra processed in the traditional wet fermentation method (or washed process). The cup is notably bright with notes of citrus, red apples, and grapes. The flavors are complex and well balanced, making this a very pleasant coffee experience. Peru's climate, altitude, and soil conditions are ideal for cultivating great coffee. This is a good example of the country's potential for amazing quality and tremendous value.
2oz - $2.5
Eivy Monroy's
This Geisha micro lot comes from Finca Abarim, nestled high in the Colombian Andes, where volcanic soil and a unique microclimate make it an ideal location for the cultivation of this prized variety. These Geisha beans had undergone a mix of both aerobic and anaerobic processes to achieve their superb taste. To tease out natural sugars, red coffee cherries were first stored in anaerobic condition (no oxygen) for 126 hours. Their red skins were then removed and the beans (with mucilage intact) fermented in the open air for 52 hours. The well balanced cup is layered with tropical fruit, ripe berries, black grapes and sweet caramel.
2oz - $4
Eivy Monroy's
This Geisha micro lot comes from Finca Abarim, nestled high in the Colombian Andes, where volcanic soil and a unique microclimate make it an ideal location for the cultivation of this prized variety. These Geisha beans had undergone a mix of both aerobic and anaerobic processes to achieve their superb taste. To tease out natural sugars, the coffee cherries were first stored in anaerobic condition (no oxygen) for 126 hours. Their red skins were then removed and the beans fermented in the open air for 36 hours. The process was completed with the beans washed in clean basins. The result is a complex, well balanced cup with flavors of citrus, cranberry, chocolate, and brown sugar.
2oz - $4
Edinson Villa Loayza's
The anaerobic process involves fermenting depulped cherries devoid of oxygen in water-filled vessels. It produces fruit forward coffee, abundant in complexity and low in acidity. This lot is an atomic bomb of tropical fruit and caramel sweetness with a syrupy smooth body. The cup is infinitely complex and as it cools the layers of flavors radiate and linger. This is an excellent example of Peru's potential for amazing quality and tremendous value.
2oz - $2
Edinson Villa Loayza's
Monobamba is a mountainous region where the Amazon jungle meets the Andes. Its altitude and climate are ideal for cultivating great coffee. These Arabica beans were processed in the traditional washed process. The coffee is clean, bright, vibrant, and complex, with notes of tangerine, concord grape, and black currant. A well-balanced cup with velvety body and flavors that layer as the coffee cools.
2oz - $2
Antonio Barrantes Zuniga's
This solid, well balanced cup is honey processed, and has lingering notes of citrus, red apple, and pear. It comes from Cafetalera Herbazu, a farm and micro mill located in CirrĂ­ de Naranjo, one of the three narrow geographical areas that in recent years have produced the best lots of high-quality Costa Rica coffee. This farm had belonged to many generations of Antonio Barrantes Zuniga's family and he continues to personally oversee all aspects of cultivation, harvesting and production of his award-winning coffees, which frequently feature among the finalists of the annual Cup of Excellence competition.
2oz - $3
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Try samples of the seven coffees on this page and save 25% off their individual prices. Receive 7 bags of 2oz each for the incredible price of just $12. Limited time offer. Don't miss out!
14oz - $12