Saturday, June 30, 2007

Roaster's Choice 063007 - Organic Ethiopian Harrar

By Popular demand:

This crop of Harrar has the distinctive blueberry notes along with apricot and spice notes. This coffee was roasted on the 30th of June and will be ready to use in 24 to 36 hours. We recommend using it for about 10 days or so for best flavor and aroma.

And remember to check out our current available fresh Roast-to-Order beans here on our site.

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Roaster's Choice 062007 Ethiopian Yirgacheffe - Kochere District

John says--

This is one of the most remarkable Ethiopians I have tasted.

Aromatics are sweet jasmine and honeysuckle with lime and other citrus notes in the cup. A hint of 'all-world' spice flavors continue to linger in the aftertaste. A cuppers dream.

Friday, June 15, 2007

New Coffee Arrivals!

Four wonderful selections of coffee beans have arrived with more to come as the latest harvests are shipped. We have a new crop of the Screen Dried Brazil Moreninha Formosa, an extremely vibrant Ethiopia Yirgacheffe from the Kochere District, a remarkable Kenyan AA Muranga Kariani that boasts berry and black currant notes, as well as a soothing and flavorful Bolivian Caranavi from the award winning Ceneproc Co-op.

Remember to read all of our coffee offerings on the left of the page.

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Roaster's Choice 061207 Bolivia Caranavi FTO

This Bolivian coffee is from the award winning Ceneproc Co-op, which won the #1 spot in the Bolivian coffee competition from 2003-2005, and has consistently remained within the top 10.

This coffee cups wonderfully, with flavors of vanilla, hazelnut, and sweet red apple nestled on a bed of soft chocolate. Yum.