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Costal Coffee Roasters

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25-35 min
108 E 3RD NORTH ST (NaN mi)
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Monday
7:00 AM-2:00 PM
Tuesday
7:00 AM-2:00 PM
Wednesday
7:00 AM-2:00 PM
Thursday
7:00 AM-2:00 PM
Friday
7:00 AM-2:00 PM
Saturday
7:00 AM-5:00 PM
Sunday
Closed

Fresh Roasted Coffee

Strength in Diversity

Welcome! Here is the newest addition to our black bag coffee collection! This coffee crop is from small shareholders in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea. Roasted in especially small batches, this coffee is noticeably light but offers great full bodied flavor. Flavor notes: dried fruit, dates, black tea.
$14.50
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Indonesia Tanah Karo

Organic. Origin – Sumatra. Location at origin – Mandheling. Coffee: Sumatra Mandheling tana karo triple picked. Grade – gr 1. Processing – wet-hull method - giling basah. Average altitude – 1650 masl. Plant varietal – catimor (ateng) and gayo 1 (tim-tim). Total number of farmers – 700. Total hectares – 800. Cupping notes – citrus, lemongrass, beet-like acidity.
$3.50
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Tirra Honey

Origin - Costa Rica. Location – Tarrazú. Grade – Strictly hard bean. Processing method – yellow honey processed and sun dried. Altitude - 1,400 to 1,500 MASL (meters above sea level). Total Farm Area - 2 hectares (4.9 acres). Flowering Period - April to May. Varietal – caturra & catuaí. Tasting notes - honeysuckle, lemon, banana, orange.
$16.50
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Tanzanian Coffee

Origin – Tanzania. Location at origin – Southern Highlands. Name of farm - Tembo coffee company. Grade – tweega peaberry. Plant varietal – bourbon and typica. Soil – fertile volcanic soil that is lightly acidic, rich in nitrogen, potassium, and magnesium. Total surface area – tweega coffee comes from the washing stations in the southern highlands from over 10,000 small farmers. Processing – wet-processing, sun-dried, green coffee is graded and stored at Tembo's facility in Mbeya. Altitude – 1400-2000 m.
$3.00
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Gedeb Heirloom Varietals

Origin - Ethiopia. Grade – I. Processing methods – washed and natural processes. Altitude -1,770 to 2,200 masl. Annual rainfall – 1,200mm to 1,599mm. Mean annual temperature – 59 to 68 degrees fahrenheit. Soil type – clay to clay loam reddish brown. Varietal – Arabica, indigenous heirloom cultivars.
$18.00
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Flying Hawaiian

Custom hand crafted blend made from specially sourced Guatemala and Kona, Hawaii coffee. This coffee was specially profiled by our in-house team of baristas. Our roaster has blended these two gems at a ratio of 20% Kona and 80% Nueva Granada Estate Farm Guatemalan coffee. Both roasted within 5 degrees Fahrenheit of each other. This coffee explodes with notes rich of cocoa and earthy tones with subtle-medium acidity to grace your palate. Certainly a coffee to please one searching for a cocoa-smooth, full bodied coffee with assurance of sustainability from seed to cup. We hope you enjoy this coffee as much as we do! 8oz bags, whole bean.
$15.95
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Kenya - Ibonia Estate

Origin – Kenya. Location – Kiambu County. Name of farm – Ibonia Estate. Grade – AB. Processing method – fully washed, dried on elevated African drying tables. Altitude – 1700 meters above sea level. Plant varietal – SL28 & SL34. Soil type – volcanic red soils. Shaded under Grevillea, Macadamia and eucalyptus trees. Copping Notes – apricot, starfruit, full body, rich flavor.
$4.00
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El Salvador - Mapache Estate

Origin ­­- El Salvador. Location – Ahuachapán a Ataco, El Salvador. Farm – Mapache Finca El Naranjito I and II and Finca Casa de zinc. Processing method – washed and repulsed at Beneficio El Recreo. Altitude - 1300 masl on average. Varietal – pacas and bourbon. Cupping Notes: cinnamon spice and caramel sweetness, nutty, honeyed, hoppy finish.
$4.00
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Filled to Order “iFillCup" Coffee Pods

We understand how busy life gets. Sometimes forcing you to forgo your morning cup because someone overslept and can’t be late for school. We developed a way to serve fresh roasted coffee with the speed and convineice of the “K-Cup” without sacrificing the freshness of the coffee. We recommend a “drip” coffee grind. However if you find your brew is not strong enough, select “slightly finer”. If you find your brew too strong select “slightly coarser”. Coastal coffee pods will be sold in quantities of 10 k-cups.
$7.50
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Yirgacheffe

420º F. floral. Origin – Ethiopia. Location – Yirgacheffe. Name of farm – ECX coffee. Grade – 2. Processing method- Washed. Altitude - 1770-2200m. Copping notes – juicy, floral, (blueberry & lemony). Very clean & bright.
$3.00
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Primavera Brazil

Cerrado coffee. Origin – Brasil. Location at origin – Chapada de Minas. Farm – Primavera. Grade – 15/16 screen size. Processing –honey. Altitude – 1000 meters. Coffee variety: yellow catuaí. Cupping notes: chocolate, brown sugar, soft, delicate, smooth, well balanced.
$3.50
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Swiss Water Processed Colombia Decaf - Full City Roast

Swiss water Colombia EP. One of our freshest decaf options, this Colombia excelso has been decaffeinated using the Swiss Water Process, known industry-wide to give green coffees new life through the company’s proprietary process involving Green coffee extract (GCE). As Swiss water explains, “caffeine ventures out on its own, away from the coffee beans into the GCE until the ratio of soluble compounds in the GCE to the compounds in the coffee reach the point of equilibrium,” creating clean, complex decaf coffee options in the process.
$3.00
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Brasilian Decaf - City & Roast

Swiss water Brazil EP. From the same region our traditional Brazil, this Primavera offering has been decaffeinated using the Swiss Water Process, known industry-wide to give green coffees new life through the company’s proprietary process involving Green coffee extract (GCE). As Swiss water explains, “caffeine ventures out on its own, away from the coffee beans into the GCE until the ratio of soluble compounds in the GCE to the compounds in the coffee reach the point of equilibrium,” creating clean, complex decaf coffee options in the process.
$3.00
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Carolina Morning - Medium Roast

Organic. Carolina morning was created by Jacki. As a registered nurse it is almost a must to have a pick me up and keep ya going kind of coffee. Carolina morning is a 100% USDA organic blend with a strong, yet delicate flavor. A hint of chocolate and tropical wood grace the palette ending up with a smoky, nutty finish. (USDA Organic certified coffee from South America paired with a USDA Organic certified coffee from Central American).
$3.00
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Coastal Blend - Light to Medium Roast

Coastal blend was created as our signature blend, telling a story with every sip. We blend together a rainforest alliance certified washed processed coffee from Latin America and a contrasting naturally processed coffee from Africa then gently roast them together, to create the finest blend possible, just for you. Coastal blend carries a mild nutty flavor with a rich body. Hints of floral and berry sweetness round out this smooth mellow taste.
$3.00
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Colombian - Rainforest Alliance

Huila. Origin - Colombia. Region - Huila. Cooperative – Cooperativa de Caficultores del Sur del Tolima. Number of coffee growers - 259. Average farm size - 5.6 hectares. Grade - excelso EP (European Prep). Processing – washed. 80% sun dried and 20% mechanical drying (due to rainfall). Certification - rainforest alliance. Average altitude – 1,400-1,750 meters. Rainfall - 1,400mm. Soil - volcanic with high levels of organic matter. Variety - 70% caturra and 30% Castillo. Cupping Notes – great sweetness, light tangerine, purple grape, cocoa. Clean and balanced.
$3.00
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Colombian - Vienna

Rainforest alliance. Origin - Colombia. Region - Huila. Cooperative – Cooperativa de Caficultores del Sur del Tolima. Number of coffee growers - 259. Average farm size - 5.6 hectares. Grade - excelso EP (European Prep). Processing – washed. 80% Sun-dried and 20% mechanical drying (due to rainfall). Certification - rainforest alliance. Average altitude – 1,400-1,750 meters. Rainfall - 1,400mm. Soil - Volcanic with high levels of organic matter. Variety - 70% caturra and 30% Castillo.
$3.00
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Papua New Guinea - City

Origin - Papua New Guinea. Location at origin - Morobe. Producer - Yha Hauka Kopi. Grade - A. Processing - washed. Varietals - typica, Arusha, Mundonovo, bourbon and caturra. Altitude - 1700-1800 meters. Cupping notes: Mellow and sweet, silky mouthfeel, full body with low acidity.
$3.00
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Papua New Guinea - Vienna

Origin - Papua New Guinea. Location at origin - Morobe. Producer - Yha Hauka Kopi. Grade - A. Processing - washed. Varietals - typica, Arusha, Mundonovo, bourbon & Caturra. Altitude - 1700-1800 meters.
$3.00
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Costa Rican - City

Origin - Costa Rica.Region - Tarrazú. Name of farm - Alto La Palma (León Cortes). Plant varietal – Caturra and Catuaí. Grade - strictly hard bean. Processing - fully washed. Altitude - 1300-1500 masl (meters above sea level). Cupping notes: Mellow, apple, lemon, banana, easy drinking.
$3.00
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Ethiopian - City

Origin – Ethiopia, Sidamo. Location – Bensa. Name of farm – Kori. Grade – 3. Processing method - natural. Altitude - 1550-2200m. Copping Notes – strawberry like fruit, mild nuttiness, smooth, medium bright acidity.
$3.00
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Flowertown - Medium Roast

A blend truly inspired by our move to Summerville, South Carolina (The Flower Town in the Pines). We combined a lightly roasted USDA Certified Organic Nicaraguan coffee with a medium-to-dark roasted Guatemalan Antiguan coffee, both sourced from small farmers who grow their coffee on 2-10 hectares. Your first sip will reveal a bold, velvety cup exploding with a creamy dark-chocolate body and a subtle spice-filled finish. You'll take a trip to The Flower Town in the Pines without even leaving your home.
$3.00
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Guatemala - Full City

Origin – Guatemala. Location at origin – San Marcos. Name of farm – Finca Nueva Granada. Grade – Strictly hard bean (SHB) European prep (EP). Processing – traditionally fully washed and sun dried. Area - 74 Acres on the outskirts of Antigua. Altitude – 1,800 meters. Other - Strictly shade grown, sun dried. Cupping Notes – Bright acidity with rich, smooth, dark chocolate mouthfeel.
$3.00
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Guatemala - Vienna

Finca Nueva Granada. Origin – Guatemala. Location at origin – San Marcos. Name of farm – Finca Nueva Granada. Grade – Strictly Hard Bean (SHB) European Prep (EP). Processing – traditionally fully washed and sun dried. Area - 74 acres on the outskirts of Antigua. Altitude – 1,800 meters. Other - Strictly shade grown, sun dried. Cupping Notes – Milder acidity than “full city”. Hints of cocoa. Offering, rich, smooth, robust flavor.
$3.00
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Organic Honduran - City

Origin – Honduras. Location – Santa Rosa de Copán. Name of farm – Beneficio Santa Rosa. Altitude – 1100 – 1600 meters above sea level. Grade – SHB EP. Harvest season: December to March. Processing method - washed. Certification - USDA certified organic. Cupping notes – chocolate, balanced body, nutty, lemony citrus.
$3.00
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Organic Chiapas Mexico - City

F.E.S.I.C.H. Mexico. Angel Albino Corzo, Chiapas, Mexico. Farm – Federacíon de Sociedades Cooperativas Indígenas y Ecológicas de Chiapas (aka FESICH). Region – Freylesca. Processing type – wet processing sun dried. Altitude – 1000 – 1800 meters above sea level. Plant varietal – bourbon, Caturra, Sarchimor, Catimor, Costa Rica & Marago. Total farm area – 4475 hectars. Total members: 4475. Harvest Period – December to March. Cupping Notes – light, chocolatey body, mildly floral.
$3.00
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India - City

India monsooned coffee. Location at origin – Malabar. Grade – AA. Processing – The harvested beans are exposed to the monsoon rain and winds for a period of about three to four months, causing the beans to swell and lose some of the original acidity. Average altitude – 1100-1200m. Cupping Notes – earthy, dry, tobacco delicate, medium body.
$3.00
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Kona Peaberry - City & Roast

This award-winning coffee is grown in the heart of the big Island and has been handpicked at peak ripeness for rich flavor. Every coffee bean has been carefully selected to ensure each batch is top quality. This authentic Hawaiian coffee is sure to find its way to the heart of any coffee lover. 8oz bags, whole bean.
$35.95
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Nic & Nic - Dark Roast

Organic. Nic & Nic, a artfully crafted coffee from Nicaragua. We combined a city roasted Nicaraguan coffee with a vienna roast from the same origin. One of my favorite dark roasts. This coffee presents the full body of a medium roast while amplifying the rich and robust characters of a dark roast. A smooth and delicious blend of coffee to be enjoyed at any time of day.
$3.00
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Nicaragua - City

Organic. Origin – Nicaragua. Location – San Juan Del Rio Coco. Name of farm – Santo Domingo cooperative. Grade – SHB, EP (strictly hard bean, European Process). Processing method - fully washed, sun dried on patios. Varietal - Caturra or bourbon. Certification - USDA organic. Altitude - 900-1,200 m. Copping notes – mild toasted, almonds. Medium-full body. Gentle acidity.
$3.00
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Peruvian - Full City

Location – Amazonas, Uctubamba. Farm Name: Anaccafe Co-op. Grade – II. Processing method – fully washed, sun dried. Altitude – 1,300-2,000 MASL. Annual rainfall – 1,500mm – 1,200mm. Area of production – 700 hectares. Varietal: bourbon, typica, catimor.
$3.00
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Rwanda - City

Origin ­­- Rwanda. Location – Southern Nyamagabe. Farm – Ibisi Mountain. Processing method – fully washed (wet fermentation) and dried on raised beds for 10 to 14 days. Altitude -1700 meters. Varietal – red bourbon. Cupping notes: apricot, floral, honeyed, cherry fragrance with a delicate body. P.S. delicious prepared with chemex .
$4.00
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Sexy Seven - Dark French Roast

You wanted a dark roasted, bold espresso blend...here it is. Sexy seven is a 7 part combination of various origins from Central and South America roasted to a french profile. Dark, robust, nutty, and bold, just not bitter. That's all we really want, isn't it.
$3.00
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Sumatra - Full City

Location at origin – Mandheling. Coffee: Sumatra Mandheling Tana Karo triple picked ACEH. Grade – Gr 1. Processing – Wet-hull method - Giling Basah. Average altitude – 1650masl. Plant Varietal – Catimor (Ateng) & gayo 1 (Tim-Tim). Total number of farmers – 700. Total hectares – 800. Cupping notes – full-body, smokey and buttery.
$3.00
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Woodstock Blend - Medium-Dark Roast

Rainforest alliance. This is the coffee that started it all. The very blend we fell in love with. Dark, tropical wood flavor coupled with a hint of milk chocolate that rolls off the tongue. We've blended together a Rainforest Alliance certified Central American coffee and a USDA Organic certified South American coffee. Enjoy and see what we're talking about.
$3.00
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