12/26/20 - Ethiopia
Mokamba is now available.
If you like Ethiopian coffees, you'll
love this one.
12/24/20 - Brazil
Marisella Sauza Yellow Honey is
in stock! The Black Honey
we've been serving up for the last
month or two is all gone (for now).
Coming soon are some real nice coffees
from Mexico. Stay tuned...
12/5/20 Indonesia Blue Dragon
is all gone for now. We're
expecting more when the new crop arrives
in a couple of months.
Gatuya Peaberry is back
in stock. We ran out for a very short
while. This is an amazing coffee for
anyone that has not tried it.
11/18/20 - Ethiopia
Sidamo "Gora Kone" is
now available. Gora Kone is traditional
in flavor and cup character for a
nice coffee from the Southern region
of Ethiopia. This is a shade grown
coffee grown under and among acacia
a wanza trees. What is a wanza tree?
Here's a picture of one. Note the
car underneath. Only in Africa..
11/6/20 - Brazil
Dulcineia dos Santos Black Honey
is now available. The Gora
Kone will be posted soon.
10/31/20 - Coming
in late next week, a nice Sidamo from
Ethiopia: "Gora Kone".
Also coming back by popular demand,
a Black Honey style coffee
from Brazil - "Dulcineia
dos Santos". Stay tuned...so
many nice coffees are coming in around
this time of year.
10/11/20 - Finally, the
is here and is now available.
It's well worth the wait...
9/12/20 - Coming in late
next week, a Geisha from Costa Rica.
What is Geisha (also known
as Gesha from it's origin)? There
are two main strains of coffee - arabica
and robusta, with a lesser known strain
as liberica. Most specialty coffees
consist of varietals of arabica. A
much less known and rare coffee varietal
is Geisha, with was originally found
during the 1930's in a mountainous
region of Ethiopia known as Geis.
It then traveled (the seeds) to Central
America, mostly grown in Panama and
Costa Rica. High on sweetness and
various powerful citrus and stone
fruit flavors geisha coffees have
won many Cup of Excellence awards
throughout the world in recent years.
It is expensive and in our opinion
is one of the only high-priced coffees
that justify the cost. Cost for geisha
coffees typically start at the same
as Hawaiian coffees and go up from
there. Stay tuned.
9/6/20 - New microlot
from Brazil now available -
Sauza". This is
a very limited edition coffee that
came available to us in only a small
quantity. It is a yellow-honey prep,
making it a sweeter coffee than it
would normaly be using a traditional
sun-dried processing method.
8/29/20 - From Guatemala
Huehuetenango Finca El Zapote.
This is a very bright, invigorating
coffee. Available now while supplies
8/1/20 - From the island
of Sumatra - Black Panther. At
the cupping table, we were pleasantly
surprised at the syrupy body of this
coffee, even for a Sumatran, which
is typically has fuller body than
coffees from other regions. In stock
and available now.
6/26/20 Daterra Farms Sweet
Blue / Sweet
Yellow are back in stock.
Brazil Daterra Farms is a scientifically
engineered farm using natural processes
whose focus is on quality while preserving
the local habitat of forests and animals.
All coffees produced on this sprawling
farm are organic. Sweet Yellow and
Sweet Blue is sent to us in vacuum
packed bags to preserve freshness
(usually unroasted coffee is stored
in burlap bags).
6/21/20 - Brazil Dulcineia
dos Santos Black Honey is
now available. This is an amazing
micro-lot coffee that comes from a
very remote region of Southern Brazil.
6/15/20 - Exciting new incoming
coffees include: new crop
Ethiopians - Banko Gutiti (from Kochere
region of Yirgacheffe) and Worka Chelbessa
(also a Yirgacheffe). Last, but not
least an a startling black honey from
Brazil is also inbound. They should
be available by the end of the week..
Monsooned Malabar is back in stock!
Crop of Costa Rica La Minita Tarrazu
just came in and we are all stocked
up to last until next harvest. Very
3/27/20 - Two coffees added
back to our line-up. From Costa Rica,
back by popular demand is Hacienda
3/21/20 - Our business
remains open and fully operational
during the ongoing pandemic. Orders
are being processed the same as they
always have been. Our coffee house
in downtown Mesa, however is a little
different. It is now grab-and-go.
Local pickups for coffee ordered on
this web site can still be picked
up over there in the usual manner.
You just won't see a crowd hanging
out at the tables!
2/29/20 - From India, "Monsoon
Malabar" has been
added to our single-origin line up.
This has been a very popular coffee
at our local coffee house so we decided
to make it available here.