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3/18/18 - New "El Rinconada" from Huehuetenango, Guatemala. From the El Aguacatal ("avocado plantation") farm. This is a vibrant, sweet-lemony coffee characteristic of this region. The beans are very high-grown, which translates into a longer growing cycle , which gives the beans more time to develop and work their internal magic. As a bonus, we're offering a Customer Code discount valid until 4/4/17. Just enter "RINCON" in the Customer Code box during checkout to receive a 10% discount on this amazing coffee - Valic

3/17/18 - Happy St. Patrick's Day! Our luck has been pretty good lately. The anxiously awaited Sumatra Gayo Longberry has arrived and is now available. It is definitely one of the best currently available Sumatrans. These beans have gone through what is refereed to as a "triple picked" process in which the beans are moved along a line of women workers in the processing facility to have defects, foreign matter, and other undesirable beans removed from the mass - "three times" it goes through this. The result is, of course, a very clean tasting cup of coffee in the end.

Coming up next: From Guatemala, "La Rinconada" It's in, but apparently Valic is too busy shuffling bags in the back to get it up and posted. Hmmmm....

3/13/18 - Tanzania Tarime just added to our Single Origin offering list. This is somewhat similar to Kenyan coffees as it is grown in the same soil provided by Mount Kilimanjaro. Processed using a fully-washed method, then dried in the sun on raised African drying beds.

Still waiting for Valic to get the Sumatran Gayo Longberry posted. Hopefully within the next day or two.

3/9/18 - From Brazil - "Pocos de Caldas" has replaced the long-standing "Carmo de Minas". Pocos de Caldas is a sweet, flavorful bean somewhat similar to the Carmo but grown in different volcanic soils, creating creamy body and invigorating brightness in the cup.

Other exciting new coffees will be coming available in the next few days, including the Sumatran Gayo Longberry noted below. Stay tuned!

3/6/14 - An exciting new Sumatran coffee will be available by the weekend. We've been impatiently awaiting it's arrival. Is from a very small, select microlot from the Aceh region of Indonesia. Seems like a very good year for quality Sumatran coffees. - details coming soon.

2/14/18 - Last day to get in on the Reje Gayo discount! It's going pretty fast, when it's gone, that's it.

Next up (but not yet), we lucked into getting a Sumatra Longberry microlot. Due to its quality and very limited quantity, this coffee commands a higher price than most Sumatran coffees, but we feel it is well worth it. Sumatran coffee lovers will be pleasantly astonished how nice of a cup (or espresso) this coffee produces. It will not be available until the end of February/beginning of March.

1/3/18 - Happy New Year - We're ringing the New Year in with a 10% on randomly chosen coffees. Coffee types will change every week for the month of January; one type per week, no quantity restriction. This week's special:

11/24/17 - Papua New Guinea Peaberry is replacing the Wa'u, and comes from one of the largest and well-known farms in the region: Sigri Estate. A new crop of these peaberrys have just arrived and we expect to keep it in stock for the next six months or so. For those that are wondering what a peaberry is, it's a single seed (coffee bean) that has formed inside the coffee cherry. Typically there are two seeds butted against each other during formation. This is why coffee beans normally have a flat side to them. Peaberrys are more ovular; like little footballs but with rounded ends. Very flavorful. Muted acidity, sweet, excellent for all brew methods including espresso.

11/22/16 - Rwanda Bumbogo is now available. Up next, we'll be switching out our Papua New Guinea organic Wa'u with a really nice peaberry from Sigri Estate. We used to carry this peaberry a few years ago and are very happy to offer it again.

/11/19/17 - Available sometime this week - Rwanda Bumbogo. As soon as we get it off the truck Valic will be posting this new microlot coffee. It's a sock-knocker!

10/22/17 - From Mexico: Guadeloupe Azju Tablon #2. We've been on a mission to find an outstanding Mexican coffee and this is what we found. One of the higher Mexican-grown coffees available, this hard-bean is from an area in southern Chiapas near the border of Guatemala. It has some very nice characteristics such as: sweet, clean, and bright. It is our current favorite around the Lost Dutchman Cupping Table.

8/27/17 - Two new single origin coffees have been added:

Zimbabwe Salimba Estate and Kenya Baragui Thimu

7/12/17 - Ethiopia Yirgacheffe is back! Sadly, our Rwanda coffee is all gone (for now).

6/15/17 - An exciting new coffee on our list - Burundi Kinyovu is an outstanding, sweet, intense bodied coffee high grown from the middle of Africa. This is another microlot coffee we stumbled upon by sheer luck. It is the current favorite around our roasting shop and cafe.

1/24/17 - Important Notice - Saturday pick-ups from our roastery will no longer be available. So going forward (for now anyway), all local pick-ups can be made at our Downtown Mesa location - "Lost Dutchman Coffee House" - at 12 N Center Street. Email or text messages will be provided when your order is ready to be picked up. Please indicate which method is preferred during check-out, otherwise expect an email message.


Local orders can still 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 lunch orders.


1/27/14 - Important Notice for Local Pick-up Orders: We're in the process of opening a local coffee house (surprise!) and find it necessary to trim our Saturday Pick-up hours from 11am-2pm to 12pm-2pm so that we may concentrate more on getting the new shop open. Once open, it will be easier to pick up coffee during the week at our new shop located in downtown Mesa. (a common request we get).

Also, in order 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"? Sumatra Harimau Tiger? Hawaiian Kona? Brazil Daterra Farms Sweet Blue? 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 that is unparalleled in taste and freshness. Whether you are a large coffee shop looking for fresh roasted wholesale coffee, or if you're an office, business, or individual coffee connoisseur looking for a superior coffee product, you can purchase our custom roasted coffees in either 1lb or 5lb packaging. If you're looking for a regular supply of 5 lb. bags, you may qualify for our wholesale pricing structure. Simply fill out a request form and a representative will contact you with details and can set up an account for you. We welcome walk-ins or customer pick-ups at our roasting facility located in Tempe, Arizona



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