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    Brazil Minas Gerais Natural

    $12.00$199.75
    Brazil Minas Gerais Natural a special treat brought to us from the Serra das Três Barras estate in the Mantiqueira de Minas region. A full-bodied coffee boasting sweet notes of strawberries, brown sugar and rich chocolate sauce.
    ORIGIN: BRAZIL
    REGION: MANTIQUEIRA DE MINAS
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,000-1,400
    PROCESS: NATURAL
    NOTES: STRAWBERRY, BROWN SUGAR, DRIED PEACH, MILK CHOCOLATE
    CUPPING SCORE: 87 PTS
      ORIGIN: Brazil For over 150 years, Brazil has been the world’s top coffee producer, which currently accounts for approximately a third of all coffee produced. Most plantations are located in the southeastern states, where the environment and climate are ideal for growing coffee. While most countries process beans using the wet process, almost all coffee in Brazil uses a dry process.  REGION: Mantiqueira de Minas, Minas Gerais Minas Gerais is the largest of the three major growing regions in Brazil.  Located within the region is the Mantiqueira de Minas region, which is where this single estate coffee is traceable to. It is a protected area known for its rolling hills, good rainfall, ideal temperatures and well-defined seasons for growing coffee.  Most local plantations harvest one large annal crop during the dry season, usually between June and September. Mantiqueira is known for its focus on sustainable growth whilst preserving the traditional quality and authenticity of the region FARM:  Serra das Tres Barras A 500-acre estate, known for their extremely high-quality coffees, that has been in the same family for five generations. There are 160 hectares cultivated for coffee.  Coffee is picked by hand and placed in cloths, in order to avoid contact with the ground.  The same day, they are transported to drying, always seeking to keep quality at the forefront of all processing. PRODUCER:  Jose Wagner Ribeiro Junqueira After growing up on the estate, Jose is now farming it together with his wife, Margarida Maria de Castro Junqueira and three sons (Kleber, Ralph and Herbert de Castro Junqueira). The family has focused on working in harmony with nature to preserve the natural forests and many springs that are found on the property. Jose also loans a portion of the estate to Procafe, who researches disease resistant plants. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • Brazil Mogiana Natural

    $12.50$211.00
    Brazil Mogiana Natural: is single estate coffee from the Brazil highlands. We are sure you will love this rich bodied, creamy coffee that is not super heavy or syrupy!
    ORIGIN: BRAZIL
    REGION: MOGIANA
    ALTITUDE: 1,100 masl
    PROCESS: NATURAL
    NOTES: HONEY, CARAMEL, RED FRUITS
    CUPPING SCORE: 83 PTS
      COUNTRY: Brazil For over 150 years, Brazil has been the world’s top coffee producer, which currently accounts for approximately a third of all coffee produced. Most plantations are located in the southeastern states, where the climate is ideal for growing coffee. While most countries process beans using the wet process, almost all coffee in Brazil uses a dry process. REGION: Mogiana, Minas Gerais  Mogiana is located in the Brazilian highlands, and has been producing coffee since the late 1700’s. With rolling hills and uneven terrain, the area is primarily small farms. The personal care of these farmers, has resulted in Mogiana being synonymous with high quality coffee that is rich bodied and creamy but not super heavy or syrupy, and a moderate to low acidity. FARM:  Santana Delgado This small farm is located in the upper Mogiana region and has always been in the Gomes Family. The small production of the farm, has enabled the family to place great care and focus on producing high quality beans. PRODUCER:  William Cesar Gomes Along with his father and brother, William Cesar Gomes owns Santana Delgado. From pre harvest to market, William and his brother personally manage all processes of the farm, and only hire extra help for harvest.  This enables them to focus on environmental awareness and to register every step of the growing process. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • Brazil Peaberry Honey

    $11.75$194.75
    Brazil Peaberry Honey is a rounded, single estate coffee from the region of Mantiqueria de Minas that yields a nice intensity of flavours. With rich chocolate, sweet fruit and soft nut-like tones, it’s a must try!
    ORIGIN: BRAZIL
    REGION: MANTIQUEIRA DE MINAS
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,100-1,300
    PROCESS: HONEY
    NOTES: APRICOT, ALMOND BUTTER, DARK CHOCOLATE, CLOVE
    CUPPING SCORE: 85.5 PTS
      ORIGIN:  Brazil For the last 150 years Brazil has led the world in coffee production. Approximately 220,000 farms operate in the country, and some 3.5 million people are employed in the industry, mostly in rural areas. The majority of plantations are located in the southeastern states, where the environment and climate are ideal for growing coffee. While most countries process beans using the wet process, almost all coffee processed in Brazil uses a dry process. REGION: Mantiqueira de Minas, Minas Gerais Minas Gerais is the largest growing region in Brazil. This single estate coffee can be narrowed down to the Mantiqueira de Minas region. This protected origin was the first area to receive a Geographical Indication in the Brazilian coffee industry, which is redefining how specialty coffee from Brazil is viewed. The region boasts 8,200 producers, who value their heritage and have deep respect for their land and people. Farms in this region are set on rolling hills with consistent rainfall and fertile clay soil. FARM:  Sitio da Torre A beautiful farm, set high in the hills above Sao Lourenco and Carmo de Minas. This 235-acre estate has been in the same family since the late 1800’s. Under the direction of Alvaro Antonio Pereira Coli, the farm has built a reputation for consistent quality.  For more than a decade the Brazil Cup of Excellence has recognized this farm for their coffee. PRODUCER:  Alvaro Antonio Pereira Coli For 24 years, Alvaro Antonio Pereira Coli has owned and managed Sitio da Torre. He has focused a large amount of time caring for the coffees that grew and still grow on his land, but is also experimenting with test crops. Any coffee varieties that have potential are planted and monitored for a few years to see how they grow and preform on his land.  This allows him as a producer to make more fact-based decisions. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • Colombia Planadas Organic

    $12.75$216.25

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    Colombia Planadas Fairtrade Organic is an instant favourite. This Fairtrade certified organic coffee comes from the region of Planadas. It is a generous coffee, with its smooth mouth feel and great body; featuring tastes of sweet cacao with hints of fruit and raisins. It is versatile, perfect for all levels of roasting experience.

    ORIGIN: COLOMBIA
    REGION: PLANADAS
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,650-2,100
    PROCESS: WASHED
    NOTES: SWEET CACAO WITH HINTS OF FRUIT (PINEAPPLE, RED APPLE, PAPAYA) AND RAISINS
    CUPPING SCORE: 86 PTS
      COUNTRY:  Colombia A country of unique geography that produces some of the highest quality coffee in the world. Colombia has the perfect growing conditions for coffee; a mild climate, volcanic soil, high altitudes, year-round production and prime amounts of sun and rain.  For 200 years Colombia has been exporting their famous 100% arabica coffee and remain one of the largest producing nations. The production of coffee is a team effort, with nearly half a million small farms working together to supply the world with delicious coffee that tends to have a bright acidity and a medium body. One last thing we love about Colombian farmers, is the extra care they take by “cherry picking” over the more favored strip picking by machine. A tree is examined every 10 days and only the ripe cherries are hand-picked. REGION: Planadas, Tolima Planadas is the primary growing region in the broader region of Tolima, recognized for producing some of the finest coffee in Colombia. Remotely located in the Andean Mountains, Planadas is one of the most beautiful municipalities in Tolima and home to hard working and passionate people. The higher altitudes, closer to the equator, yield coffees that are higher in acidity and distinguishable by their fruity sweetness. PRODUCER:  ASEMPROGROPE The Asociación Emprender de Productos Agrícolas y pecuarios Los Mangos (ASEMPROGROPE) is a co-op focused on quality product and quality of life for its producers and their families. Another priority is gender equality and supporting women in coffee. Lead by a board of directors with 80% of the positions held be women, the c0-op invests in infrastructure, education, certifications and practices to overall improve their coffee and community. In the last 15 years of their operation, they became certified Fairtrade organic and have grown to include 68 small producers. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
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    Colombia Sabaletas

    $11.50$194.00
    ORIGIN: COLOMBIA
    REGION: ANTIOQUIA
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,800
    PROCESS: WASHED
    NOTES: CHOCOLATE, CARAMEL, VANILLA, CREAMY, AND CITRIC
    CUPPING SCORE: 85 PTS
    STORY: 
    The Antioquia region is the largest coffee producing sector in Colombia. Sabaletas, a mountain grown coffee, is rich in flavour and known to be exquisitely mild with a hint of sweetness. This variety is a single origin coffee produced by the Oro Molido estate - a world class coffee company. A family owned and operated business, Oro Molido is dedicated to furthering the education and empowerment of their local community. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • Colombia Tolima Ibague

    $12.25$208.75
    ORIGIN: COLOMBIA
    REGION: TOLIMA
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,500-1,680
    PROCESS: WASHED
    NOTES: CHOCOLATE, CARAMEL, CITRUS, FRUITY
    CUPPING SCORE: 84 PTS
    STORY: 
    Tolima Ibague is an excelso coffee produced in the region of Tolima by a community of farms. Tolima is known for the bright, citric acidity of its many coffees. This, combined with it's sweet and fruity notes will leave you craving another cup. Oro Molido (the producers) focus on supporting and empowering those involved in the production of their coffee from start to finish.  Provision of free healthcare and education are examples of how they care for their local community. Paired with their excellent coffee practices equals a reputable company that delivers high-quality coffee beans. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • Costa Rica Heredia

    $11.25$180.25
    ORIGIN: COSTA RICA
    REGION: HEREDIA
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,300
    PROCESS: WASHED
    NOTES: BAKER’S CHOCOLATE AND HAZELNUT, BROWN SUGAR AND A HINT OF CITRUS
    CUPPING SCORE: 83 PTS
    STORY: 
    Heredia is a tiny province situated in the north central mountain region of Costa Rica and is mostly located in the Central Valley. The high elevation (up to 2,906 masl) and volcanic influence have made this the home of some of the highest graded coffees of Costa Rica. As the base of the Coffee Institute of Costa Rica, Heredia is the cradle of much of the innovation in coffee technology around the world. This coffee is produced by various farmers that are our close friends and family. The small size of their exquisite estates does not permit for feasible export volume, so they pool together to produce this exceptional Strictly Hard Bean. After generations of tending the same plantations, the ideal coffee varieties have been matched to the specific micro climates of each farm. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • Costa Rica Tarrazu Yellow Honey, has the bright citrusy acidity that Costa Rican coffee is renown for. With the aroma of muted baked goods, this is a truly special coffee!

    ORIGIN: COSTA RICA
    REGION: TARRAZU
    ALTITUDE: 1,780 masl
    PROCESS: YELLOW HONEY
    NOTES: CITRUS, DARK CHOCOLATE, CHERRY, HONEY, NUTS
    CUPPING SCORE: 86.5 PTS
      COUNTRY:  Costa Rica Even though this little country can fit into Alberta more than 10 times, its reputation for producing amazing coffee far exceeds its borders! Costa Rican coffee has set the standards for fine wet-processed coffee for the rest of Central and South America. The nation has eight coffee growing regions, the most famous being Tarrazu. REGION: Tarrazu This region is located in the interior mountains of Costa Rica, and is known for producing relatively heavy bodied coffees with complex aromas. The area is lush with vegetations, and is split into two well defined seasons of rainy and dry.  This well-defined climate pattern is ideal for growing coffee and produces high quality cherries that are uniform in ripeness.  Altitude in this region ranges from 1,200 – 1,900 meters.  FARM:  Finca La Pastora This farm is located in the southernmost production zone of Tarrazu.  In 2011, Minor Esquival Picado built his own wet mill and named it Micro Beneficio La Pastora.  Cherries on the estate are only picked when they are almost a purple color, and at their absolute sweetest.  From here they are processed in a variety of styles including yellow honey, red honey, black honey, and natural. PRODUCER:  Minor Esquival Picado Along with his wife, brother, daughter and son in law, Minor farms and mills all his coffee at Finca La Pastora. With a desire to avoid becoming stagnant, Minor has been trying out new processes for his coffee, including using anaerobic fermentation, by fermenting beans in an environment absent of oxygen. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • El Salvador Bourbon Natural

    $13.50$238.75
    ORIGIN: EL SALVADOR
    REGION: ATACO
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,500
    PROCESS: NATURAL
    NOTES: BROWN SUGAR, DARK CHOCOLATE, HONEY, RAW CANE SUGAR, CLEAN-SWEET, MEDIUM BODY
    CUPPING SCORE: 86 PTS
    STORY: 
    A single origin, single region, single estate, single variety. A magnificent heirloom coffee with pristine genetic material harvested from trees that are over 60 years old. This is Bourbon at its best. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
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    El Salvador Caturra Black Honey

    $12.25$207.00
    ORIGIN: EL SALVADOR
    REGION: ATACO
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,300
    PROCESS: BLACK HONEY
    NOTES: RAW CANE SUGAR, MOLASSES, CHOCOLATE, BUTTER, NOTES OF STRAWBERRIES, MID-BODY AND GOOD ACIDITY
    CUPPING SCORE: 86.5 PTS
    STORY: 
    From the farms of our friend Julio Valdivieso comes a coffee history that transcends more than four generations, back to the founding fathers of the Salvadorian Republic. Julio’s coffee blends a rich history of coffee and politics with innovative agricultural and processing techniques. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • El Salvador HG

    $11.25$182.50
    ORIGIN: EL SALVADOR
    REGION: APENECA
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,450
    PROCESS: WASHED
    NOTES: CARAMEL, MILK CHOCOLATE, RED BERRIES, GRAHAM CRACKERS
    CUPPING SCORE: 79.5 PTS
    STORY: 
    Produced by Monica and Roberto Santamaria, this coffee mill and farm have a stunning view of the Pacific Ocean from 1450masl. The mill and farms were brought back to life by Jose Roberto and his team after years of hardship. The heirloom varieties now produce award-winning coffee and the neighbouring community has renewed strength. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • El Salvador Las Isabellas Bourbon: This washed Bourbon comes from an estate that is an ode to Central America’s rainforests. It is a bright, clean coffee with notes of orange zest, raw cane sugar and cacao nibs.
    ORIGIN: EL SALVADOR
    REGION: APANECA
    ALTITUDE: 850 - 1,200 masl
    PROCESS: WASHED
    NOTES: CACAO NIBS, MOLASSES, HONEY, ORANGE ZEST
    CUPPING SCORE: 84 PTS
      COUNTRY:  El Salvador Coffee production has fueled the El Salvador economy for more than a century. Unfortunately, since 2002, only 3.5% of the nations gross national product is from coffee production. This has been a result of civil war, drops in coffee prices, and government mismanagement. Thankfully, coffee is once again making a comeback in El Salvador as new techniques and processes are being introduced by the next generation of coffee producers.  Currently, over 90% of coffee grown in El Salvador is from shade coffee plantations. REGION: Apaneca The town of Apaneca is located in an ideal microclimate for coffee cultivation, with its altitude, prime weather and fertile volcanic soil. Situated in the Apaneca Illamatepec mountain range, this is one of the most prestigious areas for coffee cultivation in El Salvador.  FARM:  Las Isabellas Located on the southern face of El Salvador’s majestic mountain range, Las Isabellas has maintained over 175 acres of natural forest. With natural spring water and waterfalls, it is an ode to Central American rainforests. The estate is also home to Taquendama beneficio, where the coffee is washed and dried on patios in the sun. Las Isabellas has a strong commitment to education and attends to the local school’s water supply, as well as the salary of some of the instructors, ensuring that the local school children are equipped, and able to receive a quality education. PRODUCER:  Jose Roberto Santamaria Finca Las Isabellas is owned by Jose Roberto Santamaria and his wife Monica.  They named the farm after their oldest daughter Isabella. Roberto has an energetic zest for life that is reflected in coffee that is intentional and full of identity. The family not only grows coffee on their estate, but they also mill it there as well. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • El Salvador Pacamara

    $12.25$205.00
    ORIGIN: EL SALVADOR
    REGION: ATACO
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,300
    PROCESS: WASHED
    NOTES: SIMPLE SYRUP, MILK CHOCOLATE, CITRUS
    CUPPING SCORE: 85 PTS
    STORY: 
    Pacamara originates from the renowned Santa Leticia Farm. Santa Leticia was bought in 1870 by the first constitutional president of El Salvador, Francisco Menendez. He honoured his wife Leticia by naming the property after her. After many generations Ricardo Valdivieso and his wife Patricia, along with their daughters, have brought the property back to the glory of its early years. Their land is an ode to Central American rainforests and the mill on their property is the most beautiful I have seen. Pacamara is a derivative of two different varieties, Pacas and Maragogipe.  When grown at high altitudes this hybrid produces a coffee that is aesthetically pleasing and excellent in taste. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • El Salvador Pacas Natural

    $11.50$243.75
    El Salvador Pacas Natural: With a rich body, mild acidity, and lovely lingering finish, we are sure you will enjoy every drop of the Pacas Natural from Finca El Manzano!
    ORIGIN: EL SALVADOR
    REGION: APANECA - ILLAMATEPEC
    ALTITUDE: 1,450 masl
    PROCESS: NATURAL
    NOTES: BAKERS CHOCOLATE, RED FRUIT, CANDY, SWEET CANE SUGAR
    CUPPING SCORE: 85 PTS
      COUNTRY:  El Salvador Coffee was first cultivated in El Salvador in the early 19th century.  There were many incentives for coffee production such as tax breaks, exemption from military service for coffee workers, and elimination of export duties for new producers.  As a result, by the 1880’s coffee had become virtually the sole export crop.  Unfortunately, in the decades leading up to the civil conflict in the 1980’s, guerrilla attacks, natural disastors and government control had already caused the coffee industry to suffer, and the civil war was the final blow. Since 2000, El Salvador has struggled to keep up with increased competition in the world market, but with younger producers like Emilio Lopez Diaz coming into the picture, the future is looking brighter. REGION: Apaneca-Illamatepec, Santa Ana This is the largest producing region of El Salvador, and likely where coffee was first cultivated in the country. The region shares its name with the mountain range in the same area.  Thanks to the altitude, weather and rich volcanic soil, it is no wonder that the area produces such amazing coffee.  Farm: El Manzano In 1872, Rafael Álverez Lalinde started a coffee farm after moving his family from Colombia to El Salvador. Within 2 generations, his family became one of the most influential families in coffee. Unfortunately, in the late 1990’s, the family farm was in trouble. Thanks to Emilio Lopez Diaz, he has revitalized his family’s coffee farm by introducing new cultivars, and technology. The higher degree of cultivation and control of process has been at the forefront of what makes Finca El Manzano so special.  Coffee from this farm has contributed to 3 national barista championships and first and second place finishes in El Salvador’s Cup of Excellence. PRODUCER:  Emilio Lopez Diaz While still a student at the University of Portland, OR, Emilio Diaz became a member of the Roasters Guild. After graduating, he began to travel, searching for more information and knowledge regarding the coffee industry. Since then, he has returned to El Salvador to help grow not only the family farm and business, but also the coffee industry in El Salvador. As a sixth-generation producer, he now runs an integrated business from seed to cup, with farming, roasting, exporting and importing.  Emilio believes strongly in the role of education for every coffee producer. In 2018, Emilio won the Cup of Excellence with his first ever entry, and the highest score of 91.80. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • El Salvador SHG

    $11.75$192.25
    ORIGIN: EL SALVADOR
    REGION: APENECA
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,450
    PROCESS: WASHED
    NOTES: RAW SUGAR, MILK CHOCOLATE, CINNAMON, AND RED BERRIES
    CUPPING SCORE: 83 PTS
    STORY: 
    Produced by Monica and Roberto Santamaria, this coffee mill and farm have a stunning view of the Pacific Ocean from 1450masl. The mill and farms were brought back to life by Jose Roberto and his team after years of hardship. The heirloom varieties now produce award-winning coffee, and the neighbouring community has renewed strength. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • Ethiopia Limu Organic

    $11.50$186.25
    Ethiopia Limu Organic comes from the forested district of Gera, which is known for snappy coffees with sweet and delicate fruit flavours. These beans fit that description well with their berry-like acidity and tropical sweetness.
    ORIGIN: ETHIOPIA
    REGION: LIMU
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 2,000 - 2,100
    PROCESS: WASHED
    NOTES: TROPICAL FRUIT, BERRIES, FLORAL, LEMON
    CUPPING SCORE: 84.5 PTS
      ORIGIN:  Ethiopia For centuries, coffee has been grown in Ethiopia. Not only is it a longstanding tradition, but it is also the origin of Arabica coffee. As Africa’s top producer, approximately 15 million people rely on some aspect of the industry for employment. Despite being one of the world’s top producers, half of the coffee grown in Ethiopia is consumed by Ethiopians. Most of the coffee produced here is from old, naturally indigenous heirloom varieties, but the quality ranges, depending on the region it is grown in. REGION:  Gera, Oromia Gera is a district that is southwest of the city of Jimma, in the state of Oromia. This area, characterized as Limu in the coffee industry, has broad sloping plateaus, extremely high elevations, natural forests and fertile soil. Gera is a region that is locally renowned for coffee with sweet, delicate fruit notes and snappy flavors.  Although some areas of Jimma are noted for producing low quality, generic coffee, the Gera district is at a higher altitude, and benefits from rich organic soil and natural forests. PRODUCER:  Nano Challa Cooperative This cooperative has grown exponentially since its founding.  Starting with 25 farmers, it now has 500 members, with 92 being women.  They are also noted for being one of the first groups to invest in resource-efficient, fully washed processing. Nano Challa is a member cooperative of the best-known cooperative unions in the country; the Kata Muduga Multi-Purpose Farmers’ Cooperative Union, who’s general manager, is a trained agronomist.  Although Kata Muduga is a small union cooperative, their coffees from groups like the Nano Challa, have been considered among the best in the country for ten years. Nano Challa produces coffee that is Organic and Rainforest Alliance Certified. Understandably, they have gained a reputation for producing an astonishingly good coffee. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • Ethiopia Sidama Chire

    $12.00$201.00
    Ethiopia Sidama Chire: With citrus notes, vibrant acidity and a rich body, this is another Ethiopian bean to add to your favourite's list.
    ORIGIN: ETHIOPIA
    REGION: SIDAMA
    ALTITUDE: 1,950-2,030 masl
    PROCESS: WASHED
    NOTES: LEMON ZEST, LAVENDER, COCOA POWDER
    CUPPING SCORE: 83 PTS
      COUNTRY:  Ethiopia For centuries, coffee has been grown in Ethiopia. Not only is it a longstanding tradition, but it is also the origin of Arabica coffee. As Africa’s top producer, approximately 15 million people rely on some aspect of the industry for employment. The coffee industry is woven into the nation’s economy and culture. Most of the coffee produced here is from old, naturally indigenous heirloom varieties, but the quality ranges, depending on the region it is grown in. REGION:  Bensa District, Sidama Zone, Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People’s Republic Sidama is one of Ethiopia’s three major trade marked coffee regions, and has a rich history in the coffee trade.  With its high elevations, coffee in this region ripens slower due to the cooler temperatures. This results in a later harvest than the rest of Ethiopia, giving the cherries more time to develop the complex flavours and distinct aromas that the area is known for.  Sidama coffee is associated with citrus notes, vibrant acidity and a rich body. PRODUCER:  Chire Washing Station Farmers The Chire Washing Station is an independent station in far Eastern Sidama.  Approximately 700 farms, averaging 2 hectares each, deliver to the washing station. Cherries are washed and then slowly fermented. With the low ambient temperatures, drying takes 12-15 days. The wet parchment is often covered during the hot afternoon hours to prevent cracking. Due to the heavy competition in Sidama, being a private processor can be difficult.  This means that private stations like Chire, need to produce standout product, have an excellent community standing and a progressive business plan. Without this, they would be unable to compete with the larger unions that are in the region. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Organic

    $15.25$283.75
    Ethiopia Yirgacheffee Natural – Organic is truly exceptional.  Coming from a microlot in the Yirgacheffe region, it’s a delicious fruit forward coffee identifiable by its juicy sweetness and herbal touch.
    ORIGIN: ETHIOPIA
    REGION: YIRGACHEFFE
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,800-2,100
    PROCESS: NATURAL
    NOTES: STAR FRUIT, ACAI, CHERRY, BLACK TEA
    CUPPING SCORE: 89 PTS
      ORIGIN:  Ethiopia As Africa’s top coffee producer, Ethiopia has been growing coffee for centuries. It is well known to be where Arabica coffee originated.  As Africa’s top producer, approximately 15 million people rely on some aspect of the industry for employment. The coffee industry is woven into the nation’s economy and culture. Much of the coffee grown, consists of natural indigenous heirloom varieties, and remains the source of genetic diversity needed to keep the industry alive.  REGION:  Yirgacheffe Located in the larger Sidamo region, Yirgacheffe is sub divided into micro regions. This particular blend originates from Konga, Yirga Chefe, Gedeb District, Gedeo Zone, Southern Nations, Nationalities, and the Peoples' region. Coffee characteristics from this area can vary based on elevation.  Production from an elevation below 2,000 MASL, often exhibits a herbal aroma. FARM: This single farmer lot was produced on an 8-hectare farm in the heart of the Gedeo Zone.  This desirable, narrow plateau, known as Yirgacheffe, is populated with savvy coffee farmers. PRODUCER: Takele Mammo Denbi When the Ethiopian Commodity Exchange (ECX) was created in 2008, the connection between farmers and buyers was lost. Blending took over, which inhibited farmers from selling their coffee direct and buyers from accessing unique microlots.  Takele Mammo Denbi, was the man who led the way for exporting single farmer coffee out of the country.  For many years, he has acted as the Managing Director of the Yirgacheffe Coffee Farmers’ Cooperative Union, which his farm was also a part of. Now that he has stepped down, he can include his coffee in Royal’s Single Farmer Lots Program. This program was created to encourage direct sales of Ethiopia coffee, which gives driven producers greater opportunity.  In turn, buyers are given access to single farm lots, with increased cup quality. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • Guatemala Coban Organic

    $12.50$215.50
    Guatemala Coban – Organic is a buttery smooth coffee. The subtropical microclimate of Alta Verapaz and the careful cultivation by small farmers are the foundation of this lively, yet smooth and sweet, coffee.
    ORIGIN: GUATEMALA
    REGION: COBAN
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,300-1,500
    PROCESS: WASHED
    NOTES: MILK CHOCOLATE, SOUR CHERRY, VANILA
    CUPPING SCORE: 84 PTS
      ORIGIN:  Guatemala

    For most of the 20th and beginning of the 21st century, Guatemala was the top coffee producer in Central America. Today, approximately 270,000 hectares of coffee are grown, and 98% of the coffee is shade grown.  With high altitudes, 300 micro climates, mineral rich soil and consistent rainfall in most regions, the country has a reputation of producing stellar coffee. Many still look to western Guatemala for coffee, but the heart of the country now has something exciting to offer.

    REGION:  Coban North of the city of Coban, lies Alta Verapaz, an area considered among the finest in Guatemala for coffee.  With thousands of indigenous communities in the area, many have been cultivating coffee for generations. Unlike many coffee regions, that are sunny and volcanic, Coban is rainy and cold all year round, with soil consisting of clay and limestone. The rainfall results in a slow maturation of the berries.  This subtropical region produces coffee that is buttery rich, sweet and has a complex cup profile. PRODUCER:  Regional Organic Cooperatives With many of the local farms averaging 3 acres in size, producers have organized themselves into local cooperatives to help them overcome the challenges of the rugged and isolated region.  The cooperatives also allow producers to combine forces so they can learn new strategies and organic practices such as using materials like coffee pulp to make a higher quality fertilizer, with better yields. The Alta Verapaz area producers use their own micro-mills.  This allows them to be meticulous through the entire process. They are responsible for cherry selection, depulping, fermenting and drying the coffee, ensuring the quality will be consistent. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • Honduras Agalta High Grown

    $11.75$191.25
    Honduras Agalta HG comes from the southeastern part of Honduras, near Olancho. There a small project is empowering local coffee producers.  We can appreciate the bright acidity and nice underlying notes of apple and caramel this coffee offers.  
    ORIGIN: HONDURAS
    REGION: AGALTA
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,200-1,350
    PROCESS: WASHED
    NOTES: APPLE, GRAPEFRUIT, CARAMEL, PEANUT
    CUPPING SCORE: 82 PTS
      ORIGIN:  Honduras Although a small country, Honduras boasts similar soil, climate and conditions as other coffee producing nations, such as Costa Rica and Guatemala. There are many different varieties, processes and cup profiles to discover from the country.  The high-quality work ethic, results in an industry of producers that aim to produce the highest quality coffee each day. REGION:  Agalta Located in the southeastern part of the country is Agalta.  It is an inland region that is more tropical, and has an elevation between 1,100 and 1,4oo meters.  This tropical climate often produces a fruitier, sweeter tasting coffee, with hints of caramel and chocolate. PRODUCER:  Rio Olancho Rio Olancho is a Canadian partnership that was designed as an incentive for Honduran farmers to achieve a higher quality coffee. The producers are provided with the training, tools, and evaluation to do this, as well as receiving fair compensation for their product. Every penny paid for the coffee goes directly to the farmers.  Today the project includes 60 coffee producers, representing a dozen communities.  The Rio Olancho growers are truly proud to provide Canadian consumers with their very best coffee. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • Mexico Oaxaca

    $12.50$210.75
    Mexico Oaxaca: is your versatile daily drinker. Its deep chocolate notes are balanced by a delicate citric acidity and a caramel richness.  Certainly, worth a try!
    ORIGIN: MEXICO
    REGION: OAXACA
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,200-1,350
    PROCESS: WASHED
    NOTES: CARAMEL, BITTERSWEET CHOCOLATE, CREAMY
    CUPPING SCORE: 86.25 PTS
      ORIGIN: Mexico Coffee production in the country is mainly located in the south central to southern regions of the country. The history of this industry has been volatile. However, producers have worked hard to overcome many difficulties and there is now a renewed interest in Mexican Coffee, especially the high-quality beans coming from Oaxaca. REGION:  Oaxaca Located within the municipality of San Agustin Loxicha, in the state of Oaxaca, this region grows a Typica hybrid coffee. It was first discovered in the area, and named after the city, San Hidalgo Pluma. Typica was originally grown in Eastern Africa. The Typica Pluma found in Mexico, offers many of the same flavors and attributes, such as caramel and chocolate notes, making it a great daily choice. PRODUCER:  Calguera Gomez S.A. De C.V Calguera Gomez works with 37 surrounding family-owned farms.  Most of these farms average between 10 to 24 acres in size.  The farms use micro mills to process the harvested cherries.  This enables them to be extremely thorough in the depulping, fermenting and drying of the coffee. The Calguera Gomez company strives to organize and support local producers, by providing access to the best agricultural practices. As a result, this also allows them to pay high prices for a higher quality coffee production. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • Mexico Pluma

    $12.75$221.00
    Mexico Pluma: Oaxacan coffees are distinctive with their sweet caramel overtones, floral and fruit notes, and light acidity.  This variety will bring roasters to love Mexican origins!
    ORIGIN: MEXICO
    REGION: OAXACA
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 900 - 1,250
    PROCESS: WASHED
    NOTES: RASPBERRY, CINNAMON, FLORAL, CHOCOLATE, BUTTERY
    CUPPING SCORE: 86.5 PTS
      ORIGIN: Mexico Coffee production in the country is mainly located in the south central to southern regions of the country. The history of this industry has been volatile. However, producers have worked hard to overcome many difficulties and there is now a renewed interest in Mexican Coffee, especially the high-quality beans coming from Oaxaca. When people list famous coffee origins, Mexico isn’t usually on the list, but it is an overlooked gem, with a lot to offer. REGION:  Oaxaca Located within the Oaxaca coffee growing region, is the Zona Pluma.  The Sierra Madre del sur coastal mountain range is a lush forest area with crops of coffee, bananas, corn, beans and fruit trees. Coffee farms in this region are often small farms on only a few acres, that work in cooperatives. Oaxacan coffees are both distinctive and in high demand, with their sweet caramel overtones, and notes of floral and sweet fruits. PRODUCER:  12 Coffee Producers These 12 farms are near the town of Santa Cruz Ozolotepec, Oaxaca. Each of the farms are only a few acres in size, and are mainly indigenous producers.  Each producer harvests and is responsible for the full processing of the beans, including drying.  They then deliver their crop to the family-owned export company in Oaxaca, called Galguera Gomez.  This export company specializes in preparing traceable lots for buyers, as well as paying producers fairer and higher incomes depending on the quality of their coffee. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • Peru Fairtrade Organic – Decaf is an organically decaffeinated bean. No chemicals used! Originating from the wooded mountains of Cajamarca, this coffee presents a mild acidity with a rich chocolatey profile and brown sugar sweetness.
    ORIGIN: PERU
    REGION: CAJAMARCA
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,200-1,600
    PROCESS: WET HULLED, SWISS WATER®
    NOTES: MILK CHOCOLATE, RED GRAPE, BUTTERSCOTCH
      ORIGIN:  Peru In 1895, it was recorded that although Peru was known for coffee production, it was mostly for domestic use.  In the years since, production has moved from mostly wealthy European farms, to smaller independent producers.  In order to overcome the challenges that face small lot producers, many have formed cooperatives to mitigate these hurdles.  Today, Peru is noted as a major producer of organic and fair-trade coffee beans, and coffee is one of the country’s most important agricultural sectors.  REGION:  San Jose de Lourdes, San Ignacio Located in the Cajamarca region of Northern Peru. This region extends north to the Ecuadorian border. Described as a privileged climate, the area boasts a wooded mountainous landscape, with many natural resources.  The town of San Jose de Lourdes is accessible only by cable car or raft, which makes it logistically difficult.  PRODUCER:  Coop Agraria de Servicios Multiples El Milagro This small but growing cooperative is mostly made up of farms that are only 3 hectares in size.  Despite the difficult location, they have an office and cupping lab, and have recently invested in enclosed drying structures.  This has allowed members to improve their drying techniques, and subsequently increase cup quality as well.  Since 2015, the cooperative has also begun a microlot program.  This provides the producer cupping feedback, a desire to improve quality, and general encouragement. DECAF PROCESS: Swiss Water® An organic approach to decaffeination that utilizes fresh water, temperature and time rather than chemicals. The Swiss Water® process removes 99.9% of caffeine while preserving the original flavours and characteristics of the beans. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • Sumatra Fairtrade Organic – Decaf: has all the rustic flavours you love in a Sumatran coffee, the only thing missing is the caffeine. Enjoy this thick, earthy beverage at any time of the day, without the side effects of caffeine.  
    ORIGIN: SUMATRA, INDONESIA
    REGION: ACEH
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,200-1,500
    PROCESS: WET HULLED, SWISS WATER®
    NOTES: DARK CHOCOLATE, RAISIN, EARTHY, HERBAL
      ORIGIN:  Sumatra, Indonesia The Republic of Indonesia is made up of more than 16,000 islands.  Sumatra is the largest of the islands, and is the countries top producer of arabica coffee. Located in the bean belt just south of the equator, Sumatra is ideal for growing coffee. Sumatran coffee is globally praised for its unique and intense flavors.  Often described as earthy, creamy, it is thick and has a low acidity.  One thing to note with Sumatran coffee though, is it often looks slightly disheveled. This is because producers use a wet hulled process.  Weird yet wonderful is something to keep in mind.  REGION:  Aceh Located in the northern Gayo region, this area has soaring volcanic mountains, high elevation and plenty of rainforests. As a result, coffee has a forest like core, with chocolate undertones.  Most of the coffee produced in the region, is with small landholders (92%+), who use traditional and natural farming techniques. PRODUCER:  Permata Gayo Cooperative & Koperasi Prousen Gayo Highland This blend is produced by a small group of Gayonese farmers, each owning less than one hectare of land.  These farmers employ strict organic practices to allow the natural ecosystem in the area to thrive as well. Both cooperatives are Fairtrade certified. DECAF PROCESS: Swiss Water® An organic approach to decaffeination that utilizes fresh water, temperature and time rather than chemicals. The Swiss Water® process removes 99.9% of caffeine while preserving the original flavours and characteristics of the beans. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.    
  • Sumatra Takengon Mandheling

    $11.50$188.50
    Sumatra Takengon Mandheling: is a bold cup of coffee. Big body, velvety texture, chocolate warmth, earth tones, and a hint of spice, it has all the traditional features of a Sumatran coffee.
    ORIGIN: SUMATRA, INDONESIA
    REGION: ACEH
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,300-1,600
    PROCESS: WET HULLED
    NOTES: BAKER'S CHOCOLATE, TOBACCO, TROPICAL FRUIT
    CUPPING SCORE: 84.5 PTS
      ORIGIN: Sumatra, Indonesia This island country is located between the Pacific and Indian Oceans.  Placed in the bean belt, which lies just south of the equator, with its volcanic soil, height and old growth forests, it is no wonder that Indonesia is among the world’s top 10 coffee producers. Coffee from this country is prized for its unique, unmistakable flavors that are warm, rich and nutty. One thing to note with Sumatran coffee though, is it often looks slightly disheveled. This is because producers use a wet hulled process.  Weird yet wonderful is something to keep in mind. REGION:  Aceh Province The Takengon and Atu Lintang coffee region of Aceh province, lies on the island of Sumatra. Sumatra is the nation’s top coffee producing island.  Aceh is in the northern Gayo region, and is largely (92+%) farmed by small land owners that are using traditional and natural methods of farming.  Coffee from this region, is unique with its earthy flavors, and thick, creamy texture.  A great choice for those who enjoy an uncomplicated coffee.  Producer:  Jagong Mill A family run mill that has full control over the processing and milling from start to final export. This allows the farm to avoid many issues such as difficult supply lines and costly time issues that can lower a coffees quality. Revenue from the mill is used to enhance more sustainable, social and environmental farming methods, such as paying higher wages, and investing in irrigation systems, water reservoirs and terrace upkeep. These beans have also been sourced from surrounding family-owned farms in the same region as well. This producer group is titled Ihtiyeri Keti Ara (IKA), which loosely means “working for sustenance” in the Gayo dialect. Jagong Mill is owned and produced by Mr. Irham Junus, son Andi and daughter Ina. The Junus family has a focus on meticulous ripe cherry selections, which is uncommon.  They also have noted that their coffee is washed with a clean water source, since they use the traditional wet hulled process for their beans. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • Tanzania Mlama

    $11.25$184.00
    ORIGIN: TANZANIA
    REGION: KILIMANJARO
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,300-1,380
    PROCESS: WASHED
    NOTES: SWEET CARAMEL & MILK CHOCOLATE WITH HINTS OF CITRUS FRUIT AND CINNAMON
    CUPPING SCORE: 85 PTS
    STORY: 
    From the mesas surrounding Mount Kilimanjaro, Mlama produces an excellent representation of eastern Africa arabicas which roast well for a variety of preferences. Aside from the delicious coffee they produce, we support APK’s Mlama estate because of their farming programs that support youth who have an interest in agribusiness as a career. Young people are exposed to rigorous practical training programs and a wide range of business and marketing scenarios. We love it – local mentors like Vava are powerhouses who empower the next generation. APK (African Plantation Kilimanjaro) is part of Oro Molido, a family-owned and operated, world class coffee company and foundation, dedicated to education and empowerment of the local people and communities. Learn more at: http://apkl.co.tz/origin/ Please contact Green Coffee Co. for any custom sizes or bulk pricing inquiries.
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    Tanzania Mlama Natural

    $13.25$229.50
    ORIGIN: TANZANIA
    REGION: KILIMANJARO
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,300-1,380
    PROCESS: NATURAL
    NOTES: CHOCOLATE, CARAMEL, BERRIES, GRAPES, JACK FRUIT
    CUPPING SCORE: 82.25 PTS
    STORY: 
    From the Mlama farm located near the mesa surrounding Mount Kilimanjaro, these beans are an excellent representation of Eastern Africa arabicas. Mlama is an APK (African Plantation Kilimanjaro) estate and has the highest elevation amongst their farms. APK is a dynamic activist and seeks to better their society through growth in local health and education. We are thrilled that by purchasing their coffee, we are supporting their farmers and nearby community. Mlama Natural is processed naturally, which means the fruit is left on the bean throughout the drying process. This method enhances the sweet and fruity flavours of the bean...a must try! Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • Tanzania Moshi

    $12.00$199.00
    ORIGIN: TANZANIA
    REGION: KILIMANJARO
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,000-1,300
    PROCESS: WASHED
    NOTES: FINE CHOCOLATE, BERRIES, BROWN SUGAR, CREAM, CITRUS
    CUPPING SCORE: 83 PTS
    STORY: 

    This coffee is comprised from 4 estates: Two Bridges, Mlama, Lyamungo and Kahawa in the Moshi region at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro.

    APK (African Plantation Kilimanjaro) is part of Oro Molido, a family-owned and operated, world class coffee company and foundation, dedicated to education and empowerment of the local people and communities. APK has imported its coffee growing and management techniques from Oro Molido’s Colombian farms to bring a new level of quality and production to its Tanzanian farms (the Colombia/Africa connection). Using modern technologies like radial irrigation and solar electricity they play their part in the long-term care and sustainability of the area. Moshi is Rainforest and UTZ certified. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • Tanzania Two Bridges

    $12.50$212.50
    ORIGIN: TANZANIA
    REGION: KILIMANJARO
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 975-1,050
    PROCESS: WASHED
    NOTES: CHOCOLATE, HERBAL HONEY, LEMON, HAZELNUT, CITRUS
    CUPPING SCORE: 85 PTS
    STORY: 
    This variety is brought to us from our friends at APK (African Plantation Kilimanjaro) and is exclusively from the Two Bridges farm. Two Bridges enjoys a wealth of water, wildlife, and beauty with the Nsere and Weru Weru Rivers crossing the property. The popular Nsere natural spring also flows nearby. Like all of APK’s farms, Two Bridges is Rainforest and UTZ certified. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
  • Yirgacheffe Natural

    $15.00$272.50
    Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Natural is another microlot from the Yirgacheffe Region.  Although this one does not have organic certification, it has a beautiful aroma, with the notes of citrus, berries and chocolate associated with Yirgacheffe coffees.
    ORIGIN: ETHIOPIA
    REGION: YIRGACHEFFE
    ALTITUDE: 1,800-2,100 masl
    PROCESS: NATURAL
    NOTES: LEMONGRASS, APRICOT, RASPBERRY, BITTERSWEET CHOCOLATE
    CUPPING SCORE: 86 PTS
      COUNTRY:  Ethiopia For centuries, coffee has been grown in Ethiopia. Not only is it a longstanding tradition, but it is also the birthplace of Arabica coffee. As Africa’s top producer, approximately 15 million people rely on some aspect of the industry for employment. Most of the coffee produced here is from old, naturally indigenous heirloom varieties, but the quality ranges, depending on the region it is grown in. REGION:  Worka-Sakaro, Gedeb District, Gedeo Zone, Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People’s Region, Ethiopia The small community of Worka-Sakaro is located on the narrow plateau, known as Yirgacheffe.  This region is dense with savvy farmers, that produce some of the most beautiful, aromatic and candy-like natural coffees in all of Ethiopia. Yirgacheffe coffee is associated with floral and citrus notes, along with softer notes of berries and chocolate. PRODUCER:  Bekele Heto Bekele has been cultivating coffee on his 38-acre farm for 14 years.  He is a member of the Single Farmer Lots Program.  This program is a unique micro-channel, that allows farmers with exceptional quality coffees to sell their crops as micro lots directly to buyers. All of his cherries are hand sorted before being dried on raised beds for 15-20 days.  The beds are constructed carefully to ensure proper air circulation and temperature control.  Coffee is Bekele Heto’s main source of income, which he uses to support his family of 14. Please contact Green Coffee Co. for custom sizes and bulk pricing inquiries.
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