Coffee beans drying in a family compound at a village near Konso, Ethiopia.

Ethiopian Jimma Agaro – 95 COFFEE REVIEW

This fully-washed coffee is processed with an eco-pulper, full-immersion soak and raised-bed drying, resulting in a super complex, sweet and juicy cup. TASTING NOTES: Honey, Jasmine, Orange Juice
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Ethiopian Natural Sidamo Ardi

Ardi is a natural processed coffee under exporter’s care. After being picked by hand it’s dried on a raised bed in the sun for 3 weeks. Notes; Juicy Strawberry, Floral & Sweet.


Ethiopian Sidama Guji

This washed coffee is harvested prior to other coffees in this region. The light citrus front will pleasantly surprise your palate. Notes:Tangerine, Pomegranate, Sugar Cane

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Ethiopian Yirg Z


This exceptionally complex Ethiopian coffee from the Yirgacheffe region carries a collection of heirloom beans that get processed immaculately. Notes: Black Tea, Lime, Cardamom

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Friend2Farmer: Guatemala Antigua Pacamara

Grown on a small estate in the valley surrounding the city at the foot of a massive volcano, this coffee is arguably one of the finest coffees in Central America. Tasting Notes: Jasmine, Tropical Fruit, Brown Sugar
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FTO Tired Goat Blend, SWP Decaf

Comprised of Fair Trade Organic Swiss Water Processed Decaf coffees from Central America, South America and Indonesia, this blend offers a clean, sweet and balanced cup. Great for a drip brewer or pour-over.


Guatemalan Atitlan

Grown along the volcanic slopes and ridges of Lake Atitlan in south-central Guatemala, this coffee i is very delicate and subtle in its fruity sweetness. Cupping Notes: Floral Aroma, Chocolate, Lime Citric Sweetness, Ripe Fruit Flavors