9/28/19 - From Brazil -
Adão Gomez Lot# 45 .
This is one of those coffees
that comes along for a short while and
then seems to disappear forever, but
while it's here it spreads tears of
joy to those indulging in its sweet,
nutty like nuances. José
Adão Gomez is the grower of this special
honey-preparation coffee and Lot# 45
is where the exceptional coffee within
the larger crop lot comes from. Most
of the coffee from this farm goes to
Europe, so we are very lucky to have
snagged some from one of our choice
importers of Brazil coffees.
9/14/19 - Guatemala
Bella Carmona Peaberry is now
available. These beans are
similar in character to the regular
Carmona with the difference being
the peaberries are roasted slightly
more chocolatey flavor in mind.
Peaberry coffee has smaller, rounder
beans than "normal" ones.
9/9/19 - New
from Northwestern Ethiopia - "Ayehu".This
is an amazing natural processed coffee
with nice red berry-like features
and an abundance of sweetness.
8/30/19 - Kenya
Kigutha is now available.
If you've been looking for a good
Kenyan estate coffee, this is a nice
Bella Carmona Antigua is
now available. Valic will be posting
more arrivals over the course of the
next few days, including a Kenyan,
Ethiopian, and probably a new Nicaraguan.
So stay tuned...
8/24/19 - No more
Kenya Chania (for now). We're hoping
to get a new Kenyan in late next week.
8/23/19 - Summer Doldrums:
The Costa microlots are not in yet.
We're waiting for them to be transported
from the east coast to the west coast.
Hopefully we'll get them in late next
Our all-time favorite Guatemalan
coffee, Bella Carmona,
from the Antigua growing region of
Guatemala, is being added back to
our line-up of Central American coffees.
We're hoping to make this a regular
staple on our shelves. Check back
7/21/19 - From the southern-most
state of Chiapas, Mexico, we're very
happy to offer "Custapec
coffee. This is an estate grown coffee
that utilizes modern milling equipment
and careful attention to growing practices
resulting in a very clean, bright
Stay tuned for some limited edition
microlots coming in from Costa Rica
in a couple of weeks. These are amazing
coffees produced in even more amazingly
7/6/19 Ethiopia Yirgacheffe
"Mamo Cacho" added
to our growing list of single-origin
6/29/19 Kenya Chania Peaberry,
Nicaragua El Lemoncillo Red Pacamara,
and a new surprise, Colombia
Jardin Alma Del Cafe are
now all available (just posted!)
Ethiopia "Mamo Cacho coming
The Colombian Alma Del Cafe is an
incredibly vibrant, clean tasting
supremo that we carried a few years
ago. The current crop is so amazing
we've contracted enough of it to hopefully
last throughout the rest of the year,
so it will be around for awhile.
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.