Coffee - Bulk


Brazil Canarinho

Colectivo
1 Pound Bag
$15.60
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Brazil Canarinho (Little Canary) sings a sweet and smooth tune. It is grown on family-run farms passed down from one generation to the next in Minas Gerais, the largest coffee-producing state in the world's No. 1 coffee-producing country.

Our Canarinho, which shares its nickname with the Brazilian men's national soccer team, is low in acidity but intensely flavorful.

Great as a cold brew, drip, or pour-over cup, this coffee displays notes of chocolate, roasted nuts, and dried fruit while boasting a dense, satisfying body.


Organic Co-Optiva

Colectivo
1 pound
$14.50
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Combined organic, single-origin coffees produced by Fair Trade certified cooperatives to highlight the coffee. With flavors reminiscent of chocolate and molasses, Co-Optiva is a full-bodied coffee with medium acidity, suitable for sipping all day, every day.

Dark Sumatra Highlands Organic

Colectivo
1 Pound
$15.60
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Sumatra Highlands - Organic / Fair Trade roasted darker to bring out the coffee's earthy flavor and full body. This coffee grows on a variety of small-scale farms located in the Indonesian island of Sumatra's northern tip. The farmers, members of Fair Trade certified cooperatives, are dedicated to producing some of the best Sumatran coffees. Dark Sumatra Highlands features flavors of molasses, licorice and chocolate.

The default is whole bean but, we are happy to grind it for you. Just leave a note in the checkout comment box and let us know what grind you would like.

Decaf Mexican Kulaktik - Organic Water Process

Colectivo
1 Pound
$16.85
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Using high-pressured water is the only natural way to remove caffeine from green coffee - a process that makes sense for certified organic coffees. Organic/Fair Trade and naturally decaffeinated!

The default is whole bean but, we are happy to grind it for you. Just leave a note in the checkout comment box and let us know what grind you would like.


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Coffee - Java Frinsa

Colectivo
1 Pound Bag
$16.00
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Coffee cultivation on the Indonesian island of Java dates back to the late 1600s, when the Dutch East Indies Company first planted arabica seedlings and exported the product back to Europe. It gained popularity so quickly that the word “Java” became synonymous with coffee.

This wet-hulled selection comes from the Frinsa Collective, a group of small-scale producers in the Tilu Mountains south of the city of Bandung in West Java Province. The coffee is processed at Frinsa Estate, owned by Wildan Mustofa, who has earned a reputation for his focus on quality and willingness to experiment with different processing methods.

We love this lot for its complex flavors of cranberry, lime zest, ginger, and sweet tobacco with a nice body. Enjoy!

Mexico Kulaktik

Colectivo
1 Pound
$15.00
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Colectivo’s history with Kulaktik dates back to 1998 when we were introduced to the cooperative through its Milwaukee sister parish. Located in the highlands of Chiapas, the group now boasts more than 250 members who grow coffee at elevations ranging from 1,350 to 1,800 meters.

After years of dependence on outside organizations, Kulaktik – meaning “vine” in the Mayan language Tzeltal – now carries its own export license and continues to focus on quality improvements. The result is a coffee rich in flavors of plum, dark chocolate, and concord grape with a medium body. Enjoy!

Mother Fool's House Blend

Colectivo
1 Pound
$14.50
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A blend of Organic Mexican, Organic Dark Sumatran and Organic Peruvian. Cups as a solid medium roast. Roasted by Colectivo.

The default is whole bean but, we are happy to grind it for you. Just leave a note in the checkout comment box and let us know what grind you would like.

Rwanda TUK

Colectivo
1 Pound
$15.25
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Ever since it burst onto the global specialty coffee scene in the mid-2000s, Rwanda has continued to wow buyers with the complexity and uniqueness of its coffees. The vast majority are produced in the Northern, Southern, and Western provinces of the country, however in late 2017 we were introduced to a gem in the Kayonza District of Eastern Province.

The Twongere Umusaruro wa Kawa (TUK) cooperative, which means "Increase Production of Coffee" in the Kinyarwanda language, has come a long way since its founding, first with the construction of its own washing station and later of a cupping lab. TUK also has become a beacon of gender equity, as almost all of the members – including the president – are women. The nectarine, dark chocolate, and grapefruit notes and elegant acidity stand out in the cup and are a shining example of TUK's commitment to quality.

This quality-driven cooperative is made up almost exclusively of small-scale, female producers who are pioneers in the specialty coffee industry.

Nectarine, dark chocolate, and grapefruit notes.

Sumatra Highlands - Organic

Colectivo
1 pound
$15.60
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Light roast Sumatran