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 (contact us for full bag pricing, and volume discounts - 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. Check out our current offers on our green coffee list.


Recent Coffee Additions

La Tacita Floral proves that when it comes to espresso, a little Gesha cultivar goes a long way. To be fair, 1/3 is no small amount, and from the...
Caramel, green tea, nutty roast tones, chocolate bittersweetness
Sugar cane juice, black currant, spiced finish, mouth cleansing
Honey sweet, lemon vibrance, black tea, orange hard candy
Macadamia, hazelnut cocoa tones, subtle fruit accent


Welcom to the Baaroo cooperative; Illubabor We've long touted Western Ethiopian coffees as some of the best Ethiopian coffees for espresso use, and the coffee from Baaroo is one we turn to year after year for SO espresso and for use in our own...

undefined Cascara beverages are popping up everywhere these days. Once reserved solely for consumption as brewed tea, this dried coffee cherry product is being used in cold tap and bottled beverages, beers, liquor, and even baked goods (try using...

The Quest M3s, a simplistic and robust sample roasting machine Within the class of table top coffee roasting machines, the Quest M3s sample roaster is about as simple as they come. There are no preset roast profiles, built in data loggers, blue...

by Dan Wood a steady stream of Ethiopia Sidama Nansebo from the Flair East African espressos aren't for everyone. I get it. The acidity level of washed Kenyas and Yirga Cheffe's can be overwhelming, especially when roasted anywhere north of Full...

Wet fermentation - this coffee is just about ready for a final rinse This post-SCA Expo blog entry is a little overdue. Returning from SCA is usually a bit of a rush, coming back to a week's worth of offer and arrival samples to roast and taste,...

Recent comments

Hi Aaron, thanks for your comments! I'm glad you found the article useful. How about shooting me an email offline about your roast experiment? Thanks in advance! -Dan Wood
I really enjoyed your article, "Stretching Out the Roast" and learned quite a lot about roasting that I hadn't known before. I always try to experiment with the many variables surrounding coffee roasting and brewing. Since I don't have a panel of tasters I could bring in like you guys can I wanted to ask if you guys would be willing to do an...(view)
Mwimbula Coffee posted in Tanzania Mbozi - Kanji Lalji Farm on 05/22/17
Hey, Dan , Thanks for responding. Yes, I'm looking for a Tanzania SWP decaf. I'd be thrilled to find one! I grew up there and favor the coffee from Mbeya/Mbozi area. When/if you get it back in stock I'll order for sure. Debra (Mwimbula)(view)
danwood posted in Tanzania Mbozi - Kanji Lalji Farm on 05/22/17
Hi there, You posted this in a regular coffee record, but looks like maybe you're inquiring about decaf? We won't have Kanji Lalji this year, but did just add another Tanzania from the Mbeya highlands, Sungura Peaberry. You can check out Sungura HERE. Feel free to email directly if you have more questions too. -Dan(view)
Mwimbula Coffee posted in Tanzania Mbozi - Kanji Lalji Farm on 05/18/17
Very interested in when/if this coffee will be available again.(view)