Colombian Excelso

Smooth, aromatic, and rich in flavor. Deserving of its popularity.

Colombian Supremo

More select grade than Excelso; bold flavor and aroma.

Brazilian Cerrado (ser-ah-doh)

From the world's largest coffee producing nation, the Cerrado region produces beans that are soft and pleasant in the cup.

Guatemalan Antigua (an-tee-gwa)

The most popular of the Central Americans. Wonderful flavor, good body, and balanced acidity.

Jamaican Blue Mountain

This is the authentic coffee only grown in the Blue Mountains. One of the world's most highly regarded and expensive coffees. A noble flavor you can only find in this cup.

Kenya AA

The "AA" tells that this is a top Kenyan pick. The coffee has the typical East African snap, spiciness and "winey" brightness.

Tanzanian Peaberry

While many think that the smaller peaberry bean produces a more intense flavor, all Tanzanian coffees exhibit a very flavorful and balanced cup.

Yemeni Mocha

A rare coffee, the orginal cultivated coffee. It has a complete taste with body and snap but with subtle overtones.

Sumatran Mandheling (man-day-ling)

Mandheling is a region of Sumatra that produces one of the heaviest-bodied coffees available. A full and robust flavor that blends well with other coffees.

Java Estate

With slightly larger bean size and a deep, clean taste, this is a select pick of the best Javas.

Papua New Guinea A

It may be a "sleeper" in terms of name recognition, but the lack of identity is more than made up for with its fine characteristics: slightly sweet acidity, heavy body.

Hawaiian Kona Fancy

Smooth and flavorful, one of the most highly prized coffees in the world. The only U.S. coffee, it comes from selected plots found only in the Kona district on the big island.

Mocha Java

A blend of the two original coffees from the Red Sea area and the Dutch East Indies. Spicy, rich, and full-bodied.

House Blend Dark

Complementing varieties are blended with a darker roast coffee to produce a cup that has a touch of the dark taste and more "oomph" than the regular House Blend.

French Roast

The most popular of the dark roasts. Strong, spicy and smooth - makes a fine cup of espresso.

Portofino - Italian Roast

A blend of South and Central American coffees roasted at a temperature between the French and Italian roasts: produces a cup that is full-bodied but with a lighter flavor quality.


Caramel, Chocolate Almond, Cinnamon Cream, Cinnamon Hazelnut
Crème Bruleé, French Vanilla, Hazelnut, Irish Cream, Michigan Cherry, Toasted Coconut

Organic and Fair Trade

Colombian, Brazilian, Ethiopian Yrgacheffe, Sumatran
New Guinea, Sulawesi (Celebes) Toraja, House Blend, House Blend Dark
French Roast, Italian Roast, Costa Rican SHB,
Mocha Java, House Blend Full City Roast


Colombian, Mocha Java - EP, House Blend - EP, Viennese Dark Roast - EP, French Dark Roast - EP


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