Green Coffee List

Below is the list of single-origin coffees we currently have in stock. We also wholesale bags for roasted coffee and Abid Clever Coffee Drippers.

For a list of blends, click here

Slab apricot, red berry, hazelnut spread, aromatic wood
From $3.97 per lb
Praline, roasted nuts, caramel, umami, cocoa powder
From $3.87 per lb
Ovaltine, dried currant, ground cacao nibs, cinnamon flecks
From $5.39 per lb
Muscovado sugar, molasses, black tea, lemon juice
From $4.22 per lb
Floral aroma, muscovado sugar, winey fruit, English Breakfast tea
From $4.80 per lb
Fruit tea, panela sugar, floral blueberry, jammy
From $4.80 per lb
Raw cane sugar, candied nut, apple chips, bittersweet cocoa
From $4.05 per lb
Blackstrap molasses, peet, toasted barley tea, and pungent tropical accents
From $5.17 per lb
Plum, dark cacao bar, cardamom spice, citrus spritzer
From $4.47 per lb
Chocolate citrus aroma, lemon bright, viscous, bittersweet cocoa
From $4.82 per lb
Stone fruit jams, caramel, bergamot peel, lemon tea high note
From $4.65 per lb
Mild citrus, jasmine flower, Earl Grey, Ricola herbal note
From $4.68 per lb
Jasmine, Bazooka Joe bubblegum, peach preserves, grapefruit, Assam
From $14.22 per lb
Caramel, earthy bittersweetness, dark fruit, herbal tones
From $4.78 per lb
Butterscotch, peaches and cream, tart berry, sweet finish
From $4.88 per lb
Caramel, "Clove" gum, candied citrus, black tea with honey
From $4.49 per lb
Blackberry aroma, marzipan, hazelnut syrup, dark grape
From $4.33 per lb
Balanced sweet/bittersweet tones, butter pecan, golden raisin, cocoa, tea
From $4.50 per lb
Ultra sweet, stone fruit, berry, floral top note, high % cacao bar
From $4.75 per lb
Intense, bracing acidity, Scharffen Berger chocolate, tart cranberry, lemon verbena
From $4.75 per lb
Coffee Cupping Notes
Brazil Dry-Process Pedra Branca From light to dark roasting, the dry fragrance offers smells of dark cocoa bittersweetness, nut and woody undertones, and naturally dried slab apricot (the brown ones). Adding hot water draws out a smell of ripe berries and molasses, a dried cherry...
Brazil Santa Ines Yellow Bourbon The dry fragrance has a praline nut smell, spice sachet, and savory-to-cacao aspects in darker roasts. The wet aroma has a sort of honey-wheat smell to it, with a subtle dehydrated apple hint. City+ roasts show nice sweetness, a pleasing red apple...
Burundi Muyinga Collines SWP Decaf Baking spice notes line the aromatic profile, which is right in line with the non-decaf counterpart. The dry fragrance has a malty sweetness, burned sugar bittersweetness, and a dusting of dry spice. The wet aroma is very nice, and dare I say syrupy...
Burundi Yagikawa Station Yagikawa has baking spice in the aromatics, sensed first in the dry grounds, potent from the grinder. Our City roast has a cherry cola smell in the ground coffee, along with cinnamon and ginger powder accents. Breaking the wet crust releases a...
Colombia Doña Carmen -Heirloom Caturra When hot this heirloom Caturra lot seems a bit subtle at first, but for the patient drinker, the cooling cup reveals much in the way of top note complexity. The ground coffee shows a layered set of raw sugar scents, panela, dark muscovado, turbinado...
Colombia San Antonio -Doña Rosa The smells found in the dry grounds are potent to say the least, a scent of ripe red berry is underscored by raw cane juice like sweetness. Full City roasts have a smell of chocolate syrup with hefty blackberry ribbons. Adding hot water adds a...
Colombia Valle de los Puentes The dry fragrance has more than it's share of brown sugar sweetness all the way up to Full City (and probably beyond), along with smells of malt powder, cinnamon bark, and herbal suggestions. The wet crust of City+ roasts have fragrant panela sugar...
Congo Kivu SWP Decaf The dry grounds smell has a sweet grain smell, like honey on wheat bread, roasted rye grain, and subtle fruit tones too. Adding hot water enhances these smells, and breaking through the crust with a spoon stirs up accents of rustic cacao nibs and...
Costa Rica Chirripo Finca Jose Lot 2 Coffees from Chirripo are often some of the more complex Costa Rica coffees we taste, and Finca Jose is no exception. The dry fragrance shows spiced fruit and with brooding dark-sugar sweetness, our City and Full City roasts boasting an attractive...
Espresso Workshop #41 -Afiliate Romano Afiliate Romano will appeal to those who enjoy espresso with an acidic kick, bright lemon tartness highlighting a long lasting bittersweetness. Light roasting is not advised, as it isn't until Full City where the necessary bittersweet cocoa flavors...
Ethiopia Agaro -Duromina Cooperative Duromina is a sweet and fruited cup. The fragrance from the dry grounds has peach and dried ginger chew scents, with a mild-honey sweetness. Adding the hot water brings up a smell of dark honey, panela cookies, with a peach and caramel scent when...
Ethiopia Agaro Jimma Agaro Jimma has a honey graham smell in lightest roasts (City), moderate stone fruit tea suggestions that culminate in fruit pastry smells. Caramelized sugar and toffee smells come up from the wet crust, a candy sweetness that reminds me of torrone...
Guatemala Acatenango Gesha Lot 2 This Gesha lot has such a floral sweetness to it throughout - perfume-like, sweet, complex, and 'fresh'. The florals are apparent in the aromatics, and when brewed, at their peak in City-City+ roasts and once the cup temp has cooled a bit - good...
Guatemala Proyecto Xinabajul -Los Palacios This lot from the Palacios family cups with high levels of sweetness and body, accented by dark dried fruits. The ground coffee has faint fig smell swirling around a very sweet base of buttery caramel. Adding hot water brings up a rustic cacao nib...
Guatemala Xinabajul Lo Mejor de Cuilco Lot 2 This blend from the Cuilco region has a nice developed sweetness throughout the profile, the dry grounds giving off a smell of caramelizing sugar, butter, and quite the mixture of dark fruit smells. Tea-like qualities mark the dry fragrance of City...
Rwanda Karongi Gitesi Gitesi continues to produce some of the best coffee we see from the region, and this year's lot is of significant quality. Right from the get-go, Gitesi has such an attractive set of aromatics, perfumed with clover honey and all-spice, subtle...
Rwanda Kivu Kanzu Lot 1 Kanzu is packed with dark caramelized sweetness, both fragrance and aroma boasting smells of light brown sugar, honey, and fruit syrups. Pouring hot water summons a flan like sweetness, warming spices such as cinnamon and cardamom pods, and a...
Sweet Maria's Altiplano Blend This is a great dual-purpose blend, and so we cupped it as both brewed coffee and espresso. Roasting to City+ - Full City is great for a cup of coffee, and the dry fragrance has a pungent-sugar sweetness, molasses sugars, along with roasted nut and...
Sweet Maria's Ethiopiques Blend By standard cupping methods for brewed coffees, the profile is much "bigger" than previous years, and extracting this blend in an espresso machine produces something very intense, sweet, and complex. The dry fragrance of City roasts have citrus and...
Sweet Maria's Majirani African Blend Majirani is a force to be reckoned with. Espresso extraction yields an intensely sweet and extremely viscous liquid, both aspects leaving pleasantly memorable flavors on the palate. Grinding middle roasts gives off big fruited notes, dark stone...