Pontiac, Michigan Produced Coffee
Ethiopia-Shakiso, Guji, Oromia
Mild, sweet and soft with a smooth mouthfeel; fruity and floral with berry and juniper flavors.
The Kayon Mountain Coffee Farm is 500 hectares with about 300 hectares planted in coffee and has been owned and operated by Ismel Hassen and his family since 2012. It is located 510 kilometers south of Addis Ababa, and the property crosses the border of two villages—Taro and Sewana—located in the Oromia region, in the Guji zone of the Shakiso district of Ethiopia.
Our House coffee and #1 seller. This is a multi-regional blend designed to have mild flavor notes and strong body. A great coffee for mixed company!
Colombia -Castillo, Caturra
Sweet and syrupy with tangy acidity; caramel, brown sugar, apple and grapefruit flavor with a basil aftertaste.
Colombian coffee is among the most recognizable and most dynamic in the world, with multiple growing
regions whose distinct yet consistently crowd-pleasing profiles reflect the various microclimates that
exist in this large country. We source workhorse coffees from various of these growing regions, looking for
a cup that contains a nice balance of sweetness, fruity effervescence, and a foundation of cocoa and/or
Peru - Jaén, Cajamarca
Organic. Banana, chocolate and graham flavors; sweet with tart fruit acidity and a smooth mouthfeel.
This coffee was sourced at origin through Lima Coffees and naturally decaffeinated using ethyl acetate (E.A.), a naturally occurring ester created from fermenting sugar.
North Kivu, DR Congo
This organic bean from North Kivu has a smooth mouthfeel; with notes of caramel, cane sugar, apple and grapefruit.
Sierra Madre, Chiapas, Mexico
This women produced organic coffee is Earthy with almond, and citrus peel notes.
El Salvador - La Montañita, El Túnel, Chalatenango
This Micro lot from the San Antonio farm has a sweet and winey with a creamy mouthfeel; lots of berry flavor with chocolate and cranberry.
Rwanda - Rutsiro and Rubavu Districts, Western Province
Sugar cane juice flavor with green grape and citrus fruits; sweet with fruit acidity and a creamy mouthfeel.
COOPAC is a Fair Trade–certified cooperative located near Lake Kivu on the steep slopes of volcanic mountains. The organization founded by Emmanuel Rwakagara, who is the president of COOPAC as well as the owner of the Gishamwana Island coffee estate. COOPAC began with 110 farmers in April 2001, and currently has 8,000 members contributing coffee from Ack, Ubuzima, Tuzamurane, Kopabm, Abakundakurima, and Abanyamurava. With over 50 washing stations along the northern landscape of Lake Kivu, COOPAC exports 150 containers of Fair Trade certified coffee annually.