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10/11/20 - Finally,
the Geisha is here and is now available. It's well worth the wait...

9/26/20 - Slight delay on the Geisha. It arrived by truck yesterday but unfortunately just missed our Receivinig hours so there was no forklift available to bring it in. Darn...

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 - "Marisella 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 last.

8/21/20 - No more Brazil Black Honey. No more Guatemala Ayarza (Santa Rosa). There will be some new coffees coming in late next week.

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.

7/28/20 - Coming in later this week: an exceptionally nice Guatemalan coffee from the Ayarza Cherry Mill, located in the department of Santa Rosa ("departments" are similar to states here in the U.S.). Two things combined to make this an extra sweet tasting coffee is that it was grown at a very high altitude (~5,000 ft above sea level), and that it was naturally dried on raised drying beds under the tropical sun. Coffee grown at such high altitudes means cooler weather, thus longer growing times until the coffee reaches maturity. This gives the cherries plenty of time to slowly, but surely, develop flavor, character, and overall brightness. We should have it posted as a Single Origin offering by the weekend.

6/27/20 - From Ethiopia, Kochere "Banko Gutiti" has been added to our single origin offerings. This is a brand new, just off the boat New Crop coffee. Valic still has a few more postings to go before getting us all caught up. Our roasting room is packed full off new coffee bags.

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..

6/3/20 India Monsooned Malabar is back in stock!

4/25/20 - Peru "Jose Alvino Tejada" is now available. If you like Central/South American coffees, you will not want to miss out on this one. It comes from a very small microlot producing farm high up in the mountains of Peru. Supplies are very limited so we don't expect it to be around more than a month or so (unless we can get more, which we are currently attempting to do). One of the great things about this coffee is the quality vs. the relatively low price. One would expect such an overall elegance to be a much higher cost.

4/21/20 - Ethiopia Sidamo Wottona Bultuma (say it real fast, go ahead and try it!) has been added to our selection of roasted coffees. We were very pleasantly surprised at the overall complexity of this coffee at the cupping table.

The New Crop of Costa Rica La Minita Tarrazu just came in and we are all stocked up to last until next harvest. Very exciting news.

3/27/20 - Two coffees added back to our line-up. From Costa Rica, back by popular demand is Hacienda La Manga. And from Africa, Kenya Gatuya Peaberry.

 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!

3/13/20 - An awesome new coffee from Kenya just arrived: Kenya Kagumo has been added to our single-origin coffee line up. This coffee puts a big smile on our faces every time we brew some in our Chemex pour-over.

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.

Local orders can be picked up anytime at The Lost Dutchman Cafe in Downtown Mesa, 12 N Center Street, during all business hours, seven days a week. Just make a note in the comments section of the shopping cart during checkout and an email will be sent to you when your order is available.

Our roastery is still located in Tempe and always will be. Local Saturday pick-ups will still continue as it has for years.

Our coffee house is located at 12 N Center Street in downtown Mesa. Phone number there is 480-969-1233. This number is for phone-in orders.

To get local orders processed in a more timely manner, please try and call/email, or place your order online at least 24 hours before expecting to pick it up. Lately we've been getting lots of calls and folks just walking in ordering coffee, which we try to accommodate but it really can throw our roasting schedule into chaos. "Oh drat, there goes $50 worth of green coffee up in smoke because we weren't able to pay attention to it." Yikes. So please try and place local orders with reasonable advance notice.

We are an Arizona Coffee Roaster. Here you can buy exotic specialty coffees from all over the coffee-growing regions of the world. Lost Dutchman Coffee Roasters strives relentlessly to bring you some of the most unique roasted coffees at a great value. Costa Rica Tarrazu "Hacienda la Minita", Hawaiian Kona, Brazil Daterra Farms Sweet Yellow? They're all right here on this site plus many more. Compared with what other high-end specialty coffee web sites are offering, bargain savvy coffee aficionados will often find that the some of the same specialty coffees are listed at nearly twice the price, but for only 12 ounce bags! All of Lost Dutchman roasted coffees come in either Full Pound or Five Pound bags . How can we do this? Simply put, we are into sourcing and roasting fine coffees, we are not into gouging our customers just because a coffee has a fancy name that sounds nice. If we can source it at a good price, we pass the savings on to our customers. Creating trust and loyalty with our customers is what we depend upon for our success.


Wholesale Roasted Coffee for Your Business

All of our single origin coffees, espresso, and blended roasted coffees are guaranteed fresh roasted. We take great pride in every detail of our custom coffee blending & roasting process to ensure a bold and unique experience. If you're a business looking for a superior coffee product, you can purchase our custom roasted coffees. If you're looking for a regular supply of 5 lb. bags, you may qualify for our wholesale pricing structure. Just give us a call at 623-217-1304 and we'll be happy to discuss wholesale pricing with you.



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