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  • Four of our favorite unroasted green coffees from around the world!
    Costa Rica Heredia - From the province of Heredia in Costa Rica, Heredia features tastes of baker's chocolate, hazelnut, brown sugar, and a hint of citrus. El Salvador Strictly High Grown - From the region of Apeneca, Strictly High Grown features tastes of raw sugar, milk chocolate, cinnamon, and red berries. Tanzania Peaberry - From the region of Kilimanjaro, Peaberry features tastes of fine chocolate, brown sugar, and cream, with a balanced citrus finish. El Salvador Pacamara Yellow Honey - From the region of Ataco, Yellow Honey features tastes of oranges and milk chocolate, and is creamy, sweet, balanced, citric, clean, and consistent.
  • Four of our favorite unroasted green coffees from around the world!
    El Salvador High Grown - From the region of Apeneca, High Grown features tastes of caramel, milk chocolate, red berries, and graham crackers. Colombia Planadas Organic - From the region of Planadas, Colombia features tastes of sweet cacao with hints of stone fruit and raisins. Tanzania Mlama - From the mesas surrounding Mount Kilimanjaro, Mlama features tastes of sweet caramel and milk chocolate, with hints of citrus fruit and cinnamon. El Salvador Caturra Black Honey - From the farms of our friend Julio Valdivieso in the region of Ataco, Black Honey features tastes of raw cane sugar, molasses, chocolate, and butter, with notes of strawberries, mid-body and good acidity.
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  • ORIGIN: TANZANIA
    REGION: KILIMANJARO
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,000-1,050
    PROCESS: WASHED
    NOTES: FINE CHOCOLATE, BROWN SUGAR, CREAM AND A BALANCED CITRUS FINISH
    CUPPING SCORE: 85 PTS
    STORY: 
    APK (African Plantation Kilimanjaro) is part of Oro Molido, a family-owned and operated, world class coffee company and foundation that is dedicated to the education and empowerment of the local people and communities. Learn more at: http://apkl.co.tz/origin/ The Colombia/Africa connection: 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. Using modern technologies like radial irrigation and solar electricity they play their part in the long term care and sustainable, economic growth of the area.
  • Tanzania Mlama

    From: $9.50
    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/
  • El Salvador SHG

    From: $9.50
    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.
  • ORIGIN: EL SALVADOR
    REGION: ATACO
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,300
    PROCESS: YELLOW HONEY
    NOTES: ORANGES AND MILK CHOCOLATE – IT IS CREAMY, SWEET, BALANCED, CITRIC, CLEAN AND CONSISTENT
    CUPPING SCORE: 86 PTS
    STORY: 
    From the farm of our friend Monica Validivieso and her husband Jose Roberto Santamaria comes this exotic and unique coffee. Not only is the coffee from their own estate, it is processed in their own mill. Their premium micro-lot was bought for the love of coffee and the inquisitive spirit of the Valdivieso family, and their land is an ode to the Central American rain forests.
  • El Salvador HG

    From: $9.50
    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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • ORIGIN: COLOMBIA
    REGION: PLANADAS
    ALTITUDE (MASL): 1,850-1,950
    PROCESS: WASHED
    NOTES: SWEET CACAO WITH HINTS OF STONE FRUIT AND RAISINS
    CUPPING SCORE: 86 PTS
    STORY: 
    The Planadas Organic became an instant favourite – no matter who’s roasting it, the results are sublime. It is one of our favourite single origin coffees. Diego Carranza, Quality Control Manager for Oro Molido (our producers in Colombia) is from this region. He asked if they could support the area by exporting some of their coffee. We’re sure glad they said yes! This excelso grade is excellent coffee, with a smooth mouth feel and great body. It is a fine representation of the flavours that come from this spectacular but lesser-known region.
  • Green Coffee Co's Beginner's Blend is unroasted coffee that is specially designed to be easy to roast and full of flavor!
    • Single Origin
    • Single Region
    • AA Grade Speciality Coffee