Our specialty selections currently offered are Tanzania Peaberry, Indonesia Sumatra and Costa Rica SHB (Don Claudio). All of these blends are 100% Arabica and sourced from small producers or coops.

As we swap out our current origins for new origins, we will send a note to all of our clients advising them of the new arrivals! 

A decaf blend is in the works and will be offered in the near future.

COSTA RICA SHB EB Fancy. Don Claudio

Sweet, Chocolate, Melon and Orange notes. A complex coffee with bright acidity and medium body.

ALTITUDE: 1,400 to 2,000 M above sea level
VARIETAL: Caturra, Catuai
HARVEST TIME: December to February

This Arabica coffee is from the Brunca region of Costa Rica. It is highly appreciated not only because of its perfect aspect, but also for its sweet flavor. A well-balanced cup with mild acidity, exquisite chocolate fragrances, sweetness and tropical fruits soft and round.


Medium Acidity, Heavy Body, Brown Sugar, Dried Fruit, Tobacco, Lingering finish.

REGION: Aceh, Takengon
COOP: Koperasi Produsen Petani Kopi Gayo
ALTITUDE: 1,400 – 1,600 M
GRADE: Grade 1 Triple Pick
CERTIFICATIONS: Fairtrade and Organic
PROCESSING: Giling Basha (also known as wet-hulling)
VARIETAL: Tim Tim, Ateng Super, Ateng Janda, Bourbon

The Koperasi Produsen Petani Kopi Gayo coop, known as Kopsen PKG, is located in Central Aceh, Takengon, an ideal location for growing coffee. 345 farmers in 4 villages began growing coffee in 2012 and formed the coop in 2016. They have 587 hectares of coffee plantations and capacity to produce around 410 metric tons ready export coffee annually. Kopsen PKG has worked to improve productivity and quality by distributing seeds, providing training, and building a processing unit facility.

The coop is Fairtrade, and Organic (USDA-NOP & EU) certified.


Cocoa, Brown Spice and Stone Fruit, with a Medium Acidity and a full body, tangerine and bright.

GRADE: Peaberry
REGION: Northern District of Karatu, Arusha Region
ALTITUDE: 1,400 – 1,700 M above sea level
VARIETAL: Bourbon, Kent, and SL32
HARVEST MONTHS: September to January

Kitamu means “sweet” in Swahili, and is used to describe a delicious taste, like this coffee, which is grown in the District of Karatu. Due to its proximity to the nearby volcanic Ngorongoro Crater, the area’s mineral-rich volcanic soil and shade provided by tall banana trees create ideal conditions for growing arabica coffee.

Small, independent, farms account for about 90% of Tanzania’s coffee production. Many farms have been damaged by large populations of buffalo and elephants. As a result, estate owners and farmers have spent a great deal of time in the last decade building game channels on their farms to allow large animals to safely pass through without interfering with coffee production.