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Brazil Natural Oberon

Brazil's Oberon coffee represents the best the country has to offer. The Cerrado region, where Oberon coffee is grown, is at high altitude and has a very predictable climate. This allows the region's many farmers to concentrate on producing the best coffee possible without having to worry about whether variations that can severely affect a year's crop. The resulting coffee is very well balanced, pleasantly nutty, and noticeably sweet.
$11.80
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Buzz Espresso Blend

The v2.5 edition of the What's the Buzz espresso blend is very easy to work with, classic espresso blend. Deep, sweet chocolate notes with a touch of well-balanced acidity are present in the cup. This espresso has a thick mouthfeel and is excellent alone, but is also robust enough to stand up in milk drinks.
$12.80
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Buzz Off-Decaf Swiss Water Process

This coffee comes from dedicated farmers in the Grupo asociativo café andino especial. Joined together by geography and a mutually shared desire to produce high-quality coffee, these farmers each have their own micro-mills and parabolic covered drying patios so each coffee can be harvested, milled, and dried according to the needs of the individual farms terroir. This exceptional treatment of the coffee at the farm level is what makes this decaf shine. You can expect a surprisingly smooth and sweet cup of coffee, you won't even remember that it's decaf.
$13.90
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Cascara Tea

This product is not roasted coffee. Cascara is the dried husk of the coffee cherry. Cascara is created once the coffee cherry is separated from the seed (or bean) and dried. The finished product resembles loose leaf tea and has a delightful sweet, fruity aroma, and taste. Cascara is naturally full of caffeine, antioxidants, and vitamins.
$15.00
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Colombia Supremo

Supremo is the top grade of coffee from Colombia, the world's second-largest producer of Arabica coffee. Colombia's farms are at high altitude and use the wet processing method to produce an excellent end product. Colombian coffee has long defined "coffee" as a flavor. Ours has a medium body to balance its moderate acidity.
$11.80
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Ethiopia Harrar Natural Longberry

The heirloom coffees of Ethiopia produce some of the most fruity and lively coffees available. This coffee from Harrar is no exception. Produced and processed by the farmers' cooperatives in the Harrar region, this is one of the oldest cultivated coffee varieties on Earth. The aroma is of blueberries with floral notes, and this coffee has good sweetness to balance its winey acidity.
$13.90
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Guatemala Antigua Bella Carmona

Near perfect growing conditions: altitude, mild weather, volcanic soils, and eternal spring-like conditions provide the setting for the production of one of the best coffees in the world. Farm is located in villa of san miguel duenas between three volcanoes: agua, fuego, and acatenango. Apca certified as genuine Antigua coffee.
$13.90
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Guatemala Geisha

$18.20
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Guatemala Huehuetenango Organic

$12.80
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Guatemala Santa Rosa

Coffee is grown in western edge of the department of Jalapa, eastern Guatemala. Farm is between 1700 -1900 masl. Chocolate notes throughout with some light citric and roasted caramel -nutty flavor. It has a good body and brightness, making it a well balanced complex cup.
$12.80
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Indonesia Sumatra FTO

Grown in the rich volcanic soils on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. The natural drying method used in the production of this coffee results in a very full body with concentrated flavor. Taken to a dark roast, this becomes an earthy and low acidity coffee with herbal nuance and a long finish.
$13.90
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K-Cups

K-cups are freshly made to order. Order fulfillment may take up to two days.
$13.90
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Mexico Chiapas Onix Organic

This coffee from Mexico's state of Chiapas is certified organic. The strict oversight required for the certification ensures that you get a cup of coffee that not only helps protect the environment but also tastes great. Our Mexico Chiapas Onix is a chocolatey coffee with a medium body and mild acidity.
$11.80
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Papua New Guinea

The korofeigu farmers cooperative is located in the located in the valley of the eastern highlands of Papua New Guinean. This coffee plantation has over 70 years of experience in growing and processing top quality coffee. The coffee fruits are handpicked, and are washed in the water. After washing, the coffee is sun dried for 7-12 days to remove the fruit from the bean. Roasting brings deep notes of dark chocolate, and a full, lingering body to this amazing coffee.
$12.80
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Tanzania Peaberry Ngorongoro Ridge

The coffee estates of Tanzania bring us a very complex and enjoyable coffee this peaberry. Peaberry refers to a mutation in the coffee plant that causes only one round bean to grow in the fruit rather than two flattened beans. Coffee is shade-grown. These farms are guided by sustainable farming philosophy that integrates good production practices with environmental preservation, social sensitivity, and good long term viability.
$12.80
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The Good Stuff Blend

The good stuff is a blend of four of our most popular coffees (they may owe this accolade to their inclusion in such a superlative blend). A natural African brings fruit and floral acidic notes. Two central American coffees provide a nutty sweetness. Indonesia rounds the blend out with it's full body and earthy spice. This mingling of flavors yields a balanced cup that is approachable enough for a coffee neophyte, yet complex and interesting enough for those seeking the full depth of coffee's flavor.
$12.80
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