ORganic Bean Origins
Ethiopian light-medium body, fruit forward, chocolaty, balanced, rich, and aromatic.
uganda - thick, dense feel, savory and peppery, dark fruit, nutty, and smoky flavors.
New guinea- one of the world's finest. intense flavor, very floral and fragrant; clean, mineral-rich, and bright with a solid, low-acidic body.
Bali- shade grown, full body, nutty, and hints of black cherry.
Timor- as with all coffees from indonesia, timor is full bodied, with slight herbal undertones. great on its own or in a blend.
Sumatra- an indonesian classic, known for its richness and unusually full body. intense and exotic flavor, with earthy, herbal tones.
flores- indonesian masterpiece, rich, full body, maple and vanilla flavors, perfect balance of sweetness and earthiness.
mexican- the beans are large and uniform, well-balanced and clean. delicate body, hint of roasted hazelnuts, brews fragrant and sweet; a great blender.
honduras- medium-full body, particularly sweet, perfectly balanced, and aromatic.
nicaragua- the chardonnay of coffees; the beans are sun-dried and have a stunning acidity with a rounded, flowery flavor.
guatemala- medium-full body, distinct smokiness, nutty flavor, exquisite aroma, rich, and spicy.
el salvador- central, balanced profile, bright, raw walnuts, sweet, floral aroma, carmel flavors, and low acidity.
colombia- medium body, dependable, well-balanced, and full aroma.
brazil- soft, dependable, medium body, nutty, mild.
peru- full, creamy body, rich aroma, spicy fruitiness reminiscent of black cherries.
MEXICAN, ETHIOPIAN, PERUVIAN, SUMATRAN
NEWPORT BLEND- as the name implies, a superb blend full of character and richness with a touch of class. guatemalan, mexican, and sumatran.
JAVA BLEND - an hearty, robust blend, with full body and intense flavor, combining the dramatic characteristics of new guinea, mexican, and sumatran.
31ST STREET BLEND- my wife's favorite
ALTA BLEND- this dramatic blend is a classic, just as the woman is who it is named after. it combines the flavors of colombia, costa rica, and new guinea, and it has just enough dark roast to give a delightful, bitersweet aftertaste.