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We get asked by friends and family where to buy coffee a lot. It’s a tough question! It’s easy to lose track of just how many incredible, fresh, vibrant coffees are out there. Every week, we ask our advertising roasting partners for coffee recommendations they’re most excited about. Here’s this week’s collection of some of the most interesting whole bean coffee offerings available from talented roasters across the globe.

Amavida Coffee Roasters
CXFFEEBLACK
Equator Coffees
Greater Goods Coffee Co.
Joe Coffee Company
Madcap Coffee Company
Monogram Coffee
Night Swim Coffee
Olympia Coffee Roasters
Onyx Coffee Lab
Partners Coffee
PERC Coffee
Portland Coffee Roasters
Stumptown Coffee Roasters
Verve Coffee Roasters

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Amavida Coffee Roasters

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Amavida Coffee Roasters: Burundi Nemba —This beautiful lot represents the unique flavors available in coffees from the region. It comes from the Nemba washing station in the Hills of Kayanza in Burundi. It’s sugary aroma is reminiscent of ginger, molasses and red fruit. Unique flavors of gingersnap cookies, apricot and molasses are balanced by a pleasantly citric cup.

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CXFFEEBLACK

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Cxffeeblack: Fatherland—Kenya, Lions Hill Farm, Tinderet Nandi County, Solai Coffee Junt, Washed Peaberry. My father’s first connection to coffee, my first connection to coffee. When my dad went to Africa while in college, Kenya changed his life. Years later, he introduced Kenyan coffee to our household. I didn’t know it then, but this was the first clue that coffee, like me, was black. This cxffee is our latest from the all black supply chain, sourced by the Kuria family. They are a multi-generational African-owned Kenyan importing company bringing over coffee from their families and neighbor’s farms. We met the Kuria family at the second inaugural Color of Coffee Collective, and we’re so excited to be able to share the the first of our collaborative offerings with you.

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Equator Coffees

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Equator Coffees: Colombia Cerro Azul Enano—A returning single origin favorite, Cerro Azul Enano is a complex Colombian coffee featuring the mysterious “Enano” coffee variety from our quality-obsessed friends at Granja La Esperanza. We love this coffee so much that we bought their entire harvest! This Equator Coffees exclusive is now roasting, available in 6oz, 12oz, and 2lb bags.

Greater Goods Coffee Co.

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Greater Goods Coffee Roasters: Basha Bekele —Who doesn’t like candy?! Our latest release from Ethiopia is a juicy fruit bomb from the Sidama region. Grown at the mid-bending altitude of 2000 plus meters above sea level, this coffee is a great example of how clean and beautiful extremely highgrown coffee can be. If you’re someone who sees a naturally processed Ethiopian coffee and says, “yes, please”, then this lot from legendary produced, Basha Bekele, will be a coffee you’ll be thinking about for a long time. In the cup we got mouth-watering notes of dried strawberry, grape candy, and star jasmine. Takes it from us, this coffee as a pour over is a special event.

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Joe Coffee Company

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Joe Coffee: Half Moon (half caff) —Whether it’s your first cup of the morning or an afternoon pick-me-up, some moments call for a gentler cup of coffee. That’s where Half Moon comes in: this half-caff blend delivers all the comfort of your favorite coffee with only half the caffeine. To create Half Moon, we pair our beloved decaf offering, Nightcap, in a 50/50 blend with a fully caffeinated coffee from Brazil. The resulting profile is sweet and medium-bodied, with notes of walnut, sticky toffee pudding, and vanilla bean—so delicious you’ll want a second cup!

The decaffeinated component of this coffee is grown by the CORO Organic Coffee Growers in Oaxaca, Mexico, and decaffeinated at Decamex, a water-process decaffeination plant in Mexico.

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Madcap Coffee Company

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Madcap Coffee Company: Ejo Heza—Independently owned, the Kopakama Cooperative is made up of 1025 members, 400 of them women. In 2011, the board of Kopakama directors agreed to create a women’s group, giving them two plots of land. With only 200 members at the time, they called themselves “Ejo Heza,” which translates to “Bright Tomorrow” in Kinyarwanda, the national language of Rwanda.
This is our fifth year working with Ejo Heza. Today the farm’s reputation spans far and wide, and women’s groups from other cooperatives now visit Ejo Heza to see how they are organized and study their techniques. We hope you can taste the immense effort their co-op puts into every pound of coffee. This year, enjoy notes of floral hibiscus, juicy plum, and brown sugar.

Monogram Coffee

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Monogram Coffee: Don Isaias, Huila, Colombia —This Pink Bourbon from Don Isaias is a testament of hard work and striving to always improve. Don Isaias and local workers ferment the cherry for three days after harvest then dry for ten to fourteen days. The cup is well balanced with chocolate and fruit notes.

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Night Swim Coffee

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Night Swim Coffee: Las Guacamayas – Natural—We Taste: Tropical Fruits, Caramel Cream, Syrupy This 100% Yellow Bourbon lot from Nehemias Pimentel and Hugo Pineda is a sundried, anaerobically fermented coffee. All coffee must go through some process that removes the seed (coffee bean) from the fruit (cherry-like) it resides in. Then the isolated seed undergoes some period of fermentation before it is cleaned up, dried out, and packed into bags for shipping to folks like us! A washed coffee is typically depulped mechanically and washed with clean water. A natural coffee is typically left in its fruit during the fermentation and drying process before being depulped mechanically.

The result of the anaerobic fermentation on this lot from Jutiapa is a sweet, fruity, and syrupy coffee that reminds us of tropical fruits and caramel cream.

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Olympia Coffee Roasters

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Olympia Coffee: Sweeetheart, Brazil Serra Dos Ciganos Natural—We obsess over perfecting Sweetheart’s roast profile, creating a sweet, balanced coffee with beautiful flavor clarity.

The region of Mogiana is known for exceptional quality and community strength. We sourced this lot from small farms in partnership with FAF, a supplier committed to environmentally and economically sustainable coffee.

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Onyx Coffee Lab

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Onyx Coffee Lab : Decaf Colombia Inzá San Antonio — Rest easy with this washed decaffeinated coffee from Cauca, Inzá. We’ve intentionally sourced this coffee for the purpose of decaffeination, selecting this regional lot from San Antonio for it’s structured sweetness of red apple and raw sugar, with a balanced acidity reminiscent of pear.

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Partners Coffee

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Partners Coffee: Ethiopia – Naga Singage—Our first Ethiopian coffee of the season comes from the Aricha Adorsi Washing Station in Yirgachefe. The station processes coffees from each of the surrounding communities as separate lots, promoting traceability while highlighting their distinct flavor profiles. This fully washed selection comes from a few dozen farmers on Naga Singage, “the mountain of reconciliation,” named for a ceremony traditionally held there in which disputes are presented and communally resolved. In their coffee we taste stone fruit, citrus, and flowers: think apricot, tangerine, honey, and orange blossom.

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PERC Coffee

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PERC: Colombia Carolina Ramirez Brownie—Carolina Ramirez says the word that best describes this coffee is “serendipity.” Brownie was her first foray into experimental processing, and we think she knocked it out of the park. Brownie’s flavors remind us of tropical fruit, like pineapple and citrus, but the cup is truly defined by its rich, dark chocolate body. We’d go even as far as to say it’s thicc.
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Portland Coffee Roasters

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Portland Coffee Roasters: Anniversary Roast—Dedicated to our customers who’ve supported us since we began in 1996: this Limited Release is a blend of coffees from Colombia and Costa Rica. The Colombia is from Finca Palmichal, and the Costa Rica is from Finca La Hilda. This coffee has a nice acidity and body, with some citrus fruit, plum, and chocolate notes.

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Stumptown Coffee Roasters

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Stumptown Coffee Roasters: Ecuador Rancho Carmen—This coffee is a combination of small lots from a group of 35 producers in Ecuador’s southernmost province. Rancho Carmen has a lush ganache body elevating notes of raspberry jam and brown sugar in a vibrant cup.

Verve Coffee Roasters

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Verve Coffee Roasters : Limoncillo Farmlevel Reserve — This very rare mutated yellow Pacamara from El Limoncillo has a beautiful spiced and citric profile. Those who enjoy herbal and complex coffees will find this limited batch delightful.

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