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We're back and better than ever! Welcome to the new Captain's Coffee!

Our new website is intuitive and easily navigated. We hope you like it as much as we do! At this time, the shop is working and completely secure using the latest in SSL technology. As we settle in to our new online home, please be patient with us as we work out any minor glitches and continue to fill out the Coffee Archive and Learning Center. 

Please note that you'll need to create a new account with this brand new site when checking out if you wish to save your order history or create a wishlist. As before, your credit/debit card information is completely secure and encrypted with the best technology, even we won't have access to it. If you are already subscribed to our email newsletter (which is separate from the website account), that carries over and you won't need to re-subscribe.

As always, we welcome your feedback! Let us know any and all of your questions, comments concerns by using the Contact Us page. Once again, we look forward to hearing from you and hope you enjoy the new TCC as much as we do! We're incredibly excited to continue to grow and share with you our love for all things coffee.

Finally, we're also releasing three awesome coffees along with our website launch!

Kenya AA Ichamara Auction Lot: This is the highest scoring Kenya we could get our hands on and it shows. With notes of lime, grapefruit and melon, it's got lots of rich body, a dry, tannic finish and incredible balance. Sure to impress any coffee connoisseur! 

Colombia Sierra Nevada Organic: This coffee has consistently been one of our favorite Colombian coffees and this new lot is no exception. This years' lot is just as balanced and full bodied as ever but with more fruity sweetness. Look for notes of rich dark chocolate and sweet orange and peach.

Papua New Guinea Kimel Estate Peaberry: Most peaberry coffees we get are subtle and gentle, best for lighter roasting, but this one from the Kimel Estate in Papua New Guinea is big and rich and great for darker roasting. It's spicey and savory with notes of orange, honey and brown sugar. 

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