Full bodied, rich, long, mellow finish, carries well through milk. This is a medium-dark roast.
A blend that’s mellow yet robust enough to get you through your morning. Very balanced with smoky notes. Low acidity with hints of caramel. A dangerously enjoyable cup for both morning and afternoon.
Sidamo is classified as an Aribica bean that is grown in Ethiopia. Blessed with a floral aroma and a chocolate-like aftertaste this bean’s deep taste and crispy finish is one to enjoy. Sidamo is crisp with a floral presence. This is a medium-dark roast.
Mild, slightly sweet, light bodied, flavorful and aromatic. Medium Roast
A newer bean to the specialty market distinguishes itself with lower acidity than other Central or South American beans. Its uniqueness found with sweetness and a caramel tone.
From the birthplace of coffee. Medium body, winy fruit-like undertones, delightfully distinctive.
Smokey and bold – daily driver that faithfully delivers.
Costa Rica will get you going on that morning when nothing else will. Boasting a high caffeine history it’s known as a classic cup. The bean is well balanced, high notes of citrus and berry it’s rounded out with a nutty and chocolate finish.
Bright yet smooth, medium body, hint of spice, lovely with milk.
Know as one of the oldest blends of coffee around. One bean is from the island of Java and the other is the Moka from the port city of Mocha in Yemmen. This spicy blend has tropical tones that are brought through with a crisp and balanced tones.
The heart of our Art! Rich and smooth, full body, excellent crema. Chocolate undertones with enough syrupy punch to speak through milk.