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It's been a bit since we had a big restock and new arrivals, but I guarantee you it's been worth the wait! Well then, no need to keep you in suspense, away we go!

 

Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Dumerso Washed: We may as well begin with the real showstopper of this week because this coffee is a masterclass in Washed Yirgacheffe coffee! No remember, don't expect the twisty, fruity profile of a natural Yirgacheffe, the difference is night and day. With this coffee, expect a crisp, fresh lemongrass front end, followed by a silky body with notes of peach and honey. Top it all off with a quick, floral honeysuckle finish and you've got the perfect Spring afternoon iced coffee.

 

Guatemala Huehuetenango El Injertal

Guatemala Huehuetenango Finca El Injertal: That's right folks, it's back! Huehuetenango coffee is one of the most popular coffees we carry and with good reason: it's slightly complex without being over the top, has a big, rich body, it's sweet but not too sweet and it takes all levels of roasting like a champ. This single estate is one of our favorites and it's got everything you're looking for. Look for notes of milk chocolate, cherry, peach and honey.

 

Mexico Huatusco Altura

Mexico Huatusco Altura: Coffee from Chiapas and Oaxaca have been hit or miss the last few years, but Huatusco has been consistently delicious so we keep coming back for more! This season's crop is balanced and just slightly crisp with a creamy, rich body. You'll love the notes of dark chocolate, red apple and cherry. Keep in mind while roasting, this is a softer bean than other Central American beans, so the rule of thumb is low and slow for best results.

 

We also restocked the funky India Monsooned Malabar which is an all-star in espresso blends and makes for a really unique single origin cup. Just keep in mind the beans are huge! Those of you looking for Bali Blue Moon, we've got ya covered too! The Organic version is currently unavailable, but keep in mind, the two coffees are grown and processed exactly the same! The producer simply decided to not get the entire crop Certified as it significantly increases the cost of production as well as the final cost of the coffee to the customer. Enjoy the savings!

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