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India - Monsoon Malabar (227g)

$11.95

Prepared on the Malabar coast during monsoon season. This rare and unusual bean takes 12-16 weeks of meticulous preparation. Growers pick the coffees, and lay them out in coastal sheds, where they absorb moisture from the windy air and increase in size. Notes: Floral & sweet, with spicey, earthy tones
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Kenya - Mchana Estate Coffee (227 g)

$11.95

From the Mchana Estate farm in Ruiru, Kiambu County - the largest single coffee farm in Kenya, this fully washed bean boasts some massive juicy flavours!   In 1950, the farm was acquired by an individual named Jas Nicoll.  He purchased 4 neighbouring farms in the area: N'gewe Estate, Kiki Estate, Mukuyu Estate and Mchana Estate, amalgamating them all into one entity - the Mchana Estata Coffee Farm.  Employing over 350 workers, all of which live on the grounds, the farm now produces over 2 tonnes per hectare. This rich and full bodied African feels like a very complete cup, balanced and rounded yet unique in flavour.  Sweet, tart notes of blood orange and currant followed by deep, toasty notes of roasted cocoa.   
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El Salvador - Finca San Antonio (227 g)

$11.95

This fully washed Red Bourbon Arabica is grown on the slope of the San Salvador Volcano in Canton Alvarez. High winds sway the trees and allow just the right amount of sunlight over this shade-grown crop.
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Hawaii - Kona Mountain Thunder (227 g)

$19.95

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Famous for its elevation and rich volcanic soil, Kona coffee is considered one of the most unique sources of Arabica coffee in the world.  From the renowned Mountain Thunder plantation in Kailua, this Kona bean boasts extremely chocolatey and nutty flavour notes.
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Guatemala - Finca Aguas Altas (227 g)

$11.95

Grown high in the mountains of the San Pedro Necta - Finca Aguas Altas lies very close to the Mexican Border.  This lot, from the Gabino Mendez family farm is exposed to cooler temperatures; increasing the timeline for wet fermentation, bringing out fruitier flavours.
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Honduras - Rio Olancho [Arturo Colindres] (227 g)

$11.95

Shade grown in the mountains of El Carrizal, using organic processing methods to protect the natural habitat of migratory birds and other wildlife.  Rio Olancho is a cooperative made up of over 60 plantations.  As part of our Direct Trade program, this bean comes from Arturo's farm in the Olancho district.
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