5/19/19 - Happy Sunday. No
more NIcaragua Red Pacamara! Not sure
if we'll be getting more. Perhaps
in a month or so. We WILL be getting
a nice Kenya Peaberry to help ease
into the Summer months - in a couple
5/1/19 - El
Trapiche from the high
mountains of Costa Rica.
4/7/19 - Just in - Guatemala
San Marcos "Barrancas".
A superb coffee grown in
the deep ravines of western Guatemala.
3/21/19 - Papua
New Guinea Sigri Estate
is back! This is a well rounded,
low acidic, flavorful coffee from
one of the far corners of the Earth.
The beans are cultivated and processed
using modern methods.
A far corner of the Earth as we know
Other coffees coming soon including
an amazing sun-dried coffee from Costa
3/13/19 - We are pleased
to now offer Nicaragua El Limoncillo
Red Pacamara. This is definitely
for those that like Central American
coffees, but with a nice twist. "Pacamara"
is a hybrid coffee consisting of Pacamara
(a form of caturra cultivar), and
"Maragogype", also sometimes
called "elephant beans"
because of their very large size.
Processed through a natural pulping
process to enhance sweetness, the
flavor of these bean is unique.
Some Pacamara growing on a coffee
1/3/19 - From the Daterra
Collection - Brazil
Sweet Blue is now available.
Similar to Sweet Yellow but with subtle
differences, Sweet Blue is a little
sweeter than the yellow bourbon cousin
with faint chocolate notes. It is
a little less balanced in the cup,
but this is just fine since assorted
nuttiness makes for quite an interesting
12/19/18 - Brazil
Moscardini is in! This
is an incredible coffee created using
a very special processing technique.
Moscardini is hands-down our current
favorite here at Lost Dutchman Coffee
Roasters. We're hoping to make this
a regular offering.
Read more to learn more about
the processing technique.
Also in, more Sweet Yellow. We're
pretty well stocked this time so availability
should be more stable.
12/6/18 - Moscardini
(from Brazil) coming in late next
week along with the Sweet Yellow.
Moscardini is a very interesting coffee
bean processed through a unique "controlled
fermentation" process by the
farmer. It involves slowing it down
while periodically measuring the moisture
and temperature. The purpose of this
is to bring out, and in some cases
mute, certain flavor characteristics.
11/26/18 - Kenya
Kambu now available.
We were pleasantly surprised at the
cupping table when we discovered the
deep, bold flavor these beans have
11/15/18 - No More Konga.
The good news is
a new Kenyan is coming in next week
from our favorite co-op "Dorman".
11/2/18 - From Ethiopia,
"Misty Valley" is
now available. This is a unique coffee
from the Yirgacheffe region that is
consistently great from season to