Coffee Shrub

 

Coffee is a multi-stemmed, gangly, awkward, diminutive shrub. Coffee Shrub is dimunitive too; a micro-seller of coffee serving shops that roast. We sell green coffee in batches that equal roughly a bit less than 1/2 or 3/4 of a traditional jute bag packaged in Grain-Pro lined bags, at either 50lbs. or 100lbs. You have the convenience of thorough, descriptive reviews as a starting point for your own tasting notes and also relevant information about the farms, including images that you can use to promote the coffee. Look over our coffees and see if any of these offerings would complement your current list.

Recent Coffee Additions

Tropical fruit, honeyed, dark berry, orange, floral aroma
Fruit to cocoa aroma, sweet berry, grapefruit, layered dark chocolate, viscous
Layered baking spices, clove soda, lemon, English Breakfast tea
Ultra sweet, stone fruit, berry, floral top note, high % cacao bar
Raw honey, intense sweetness, floral tea, saffron accent

News

The conflict developing in Ethiopia has been but a footnote in the papers, recently marked by a horrific stampede at a political rally and the declaration of a 6 month national "state of emergency" on October 10 2016. Beyond the specific interest...

Panorama of the back half of our new warehouse   As most of you already know, Coffee Shrub and Sweet Maria's moved to our new warehouse all of last week. The move's gone well, and we're working to shore things up this week. In reality, we'll...

Rwanda + Burundi = Espresso Perfection When considering "African coffees", I tend to think of exotic flavor profiles and pronounced acidity, and rightfully so. So many of coffee's crown jewels are produced in equatorial regions in East Africa and...

The New Quest M3s Quest recently released their new M3s roaster, a revamp of the original M3 model, but with a couple of new features. At 7 1/8" across, on it's face, the upgrades appear to be minor. But a closer look reveals a chaff drawer at the...

We used this machine as a test model about 6 times while deciding if we were going to carry Sonofrescos. We really like it but it's starting to get a little dusty, so we decided to discount the price and find it a nice home. It's in prefect working...

Recent comments

Thanks for your comment! We're happy with the quality of these coffees as well, and are already looking forward to next year's season now that we are almost out of stock of both coffees. In general, these coffees land early Spring so look for them again in 2017. Best, Dan(view)
I am fairly new and have gone through about 20 different types so far. The Guat. Acat. SD BV (#5069) is my favorite and everyone I know loves it. I just picked up 2 bags of the Guat. Acat. yellow bourbon (#5070) and so far it's just as good. I will be checking this site regularly to see when the Guat Acat SDBV will be in stock again. It's nice...(view)
danwood posted in The Quest M3s Coffee Roaster on 11/23/16
Hey Dan, the bulk of the chaff should collect in the same place as the original model, up top in the cooling tray. The bottom drawer is for the chaff and debris that makes it's way through the grid at the back of the drum as well as the small gap at the front. This is what you used to have to vacuum from the hole at the rear-bottom of the older...(view)
daneisen68 posted in The Quest M3s Coffee Roaster on 11/07/16
I was hoping to get some help. I recently purchased the quest M3s and noticed that the chaff does not collect in the basket in the cooling bin. I have an old version of the quest which I love and the chaff collection works really well. however on the new machine no matter what i do I am unable to pull the chaff out of the drum during or after. I'm...(view)
amanda.shrub posted in Brazil Dry Processed Fazenda do Sertao on 10/12/16
Hey Chris, This coffee arrived in February of this year and is still cupping strong. We'll probably have new crop Brazils listed in December. If you have any other questions you can email us, info@coffeeshrub.com. Best, Amanda(view)