We’re proud to work with some of the very best coffee roasters in the world. Looking for a coffee recommendation? Seeking fresh roasted coffee? Perhaps you want to find a new coffee to order online! Here is a fresh list of recommended coffee offerings from our roasting partners!

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Amavida Coffee Roasters
Camber 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
Stumptown Coffee Roasters
Verve Coffee Roasters

 

Amavida Coffee Roasters

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Amavida Coffee Roasters: Holiday Blend—Amavida’s Holiday Blend is comprised of two of our most popular single origin offerings, Honey Honduras and Ethiopia. The end result is a sweet and cozy, beautifully aromatic cup of coffee that has great texture and is really approachable. We hope that you will share this coffee gift with your family and friends this holiday season.

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Camber Coffee Roasters

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Camber Coffee: Ethiopia Seid Adem Boruu—Seid Adem Boruu’s coffee was a national jury selection at this year’s Cup of Excellence competition. This naturally processed microlot was handpicked before being dried on raised beds on Seid’s farm. His coffee was carefully processed and sorted specifically for the COE competition. In the cup we taste refined notes of key lime, grapefruit, cacao nib, and strawberry.

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CXFFEEBLACK

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CXFFEEBLACK: Baile Funk: Afro Brazilian Natural Process // Guji Mane Diaspora Collection // a BP Imports Junt—Brought to you straight from an all-Black supply chain, we proudly present Baile Funk. Grown by resilient Black farmers in the heart of Brazil, this coffee is a testament to their unwavering spirit. It’s a blend of Yellow Catuca and Mundo Novoi, and every sip pays tribute to Brazil’s rich coffee heritage. This coffee is a cultural anthem. Just like the Baile Funk music that transcends boundaries, just like coffee connects people worldwide. Sourced by Phyllis Johnson and Miriam Aguiar of BD Imports, through the game changing Black Producer’s Program in Santo Antonio Do Amparo.Since 2013, this program has been more than just education; it’s been a revolution for Black farmers in Brazil. In 2020, two trailblazing families took their coffee global, making history. Even when the 2022/2023 season threw challenges our way, the Black producers stood tall, ensuring top-notch quality. Baile Funk isn’t just coffee; it’s a symphony of history, flavor, and determination. So, raise your cup high, honor the legacy, and groove with us on this flavorful journey. Cxffeeblack, where culture and coffee collide, all thanks to an all-Black supply chain.

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Equator Coffees

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Equator Coffees: Ethiopia Hada Molecha—Sourced from Ethiopia’s Yirgacheffe growing region, this vibrant single origin coffee came to us by way of Catalyst Coffee: a women-led importer dedicated to innovation and traceability in Ethiopian coffee.

This lot underwent a 120 hour extended fermentation, yielding flavors that are fruit-forward and explosive while not reaching over-fermented characteristics. Vibrant and juicy with flavors of watermelon, jasmine, and lemon zest.

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Greater Goods Coffee Co.

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Greater Goods Roasting: El Paraiso—The mastermind behind the YN-09 lot, Diego Bermudez, has concocted a symphony of flavor that is nothing short of brilliant. This blend strikes the perfect balance between the sweetness of peach and the tartness of guava, creating a nuanced and complex cup of coffee that is equal parts refreshing and complex. It’s a true work of art, a testament to the power of experimentation and creativity in the coffee world.

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Joe Coffee Company

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Joe Coffee: Colombia La Familia Guarnizo—This coffee comes to us through a strong relationship between Joe Coffee and the El Paraiso growers’ association in Huila, Colombia. This bright and light-bodied selection was grown by a special group of El Paraiso’s member farmers: the Guarnizo family. Featuring notes of stone fruit and almonds with a medium acidity, this coffee is a customer favorite.

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Madcap Coffee Company

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Madcap Coffee Company: Yenni Reinoso—Yenni Reinoso’s coffee is a collaborative effort between husband-and-wife duo Yenni and Luis Reinoso. They work as a true team on the coffee farm that surrounds their home in Herrera, Tolima, Colombia. Luis tends to the fields of Caturra, Bourbon, and Gesha varieties. Yenni oversees the drying, which begins on the roof of their home before the coffee is transferred to covered raised beds. In between raking the coffee to ensure even drying, Yenni cares for their three children and keeps the household running.

The special terroir the Reinoso’s coffee is grown on surely distinguishes their coffees from the rest. The farm is a full day’s journey from the nearest major city and receives just the right amount of sun with the occasional cool breeze to stimulate its coffee trees. A rushing river can be found at the foot of the farm also providing plenty of water.

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Monogram Coffee

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Monogram Coffee: Figgy Pudding—We blended a washed Ethiopian with an anaerobic Costa Rican to make a seasonal coffee with wonderful pops of dried fruit and warming spices. It’s warm, cosy and perfect for the holidays.

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Night Swim Coffee

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Night Swim Coffee: Aurora – Mensur Ahabika Natural—Say hello to our featured coffee offering for the holidays! Many of you may be more familiar with this coffee than you might think. Mensur’s coffee is a component of our espresso blend, Ultraviolet. We’ve been partnered with Osito, Mensur, and his wife Nesru since we started roasting coffee two years ago. We thought that this special time of year is a perfect opportunity to showcase Mensur’s hard work and delicious coffee.

Mensur Abahika was the first single producer that Osito purchased coffee from in Ethiopia, four harvests ago. Mensur is a key component of the Tokuma Farmer Group. The Tokuma group is acollective of farmers in Western Ethiopia who have organized to market and export their coffees together and share knowledge with each other that allows them to each improve quality.

We’ve committed to purchasing coffees from Mensur and Nesru’s farm indefinitely on a year-over-year basis. These coffees are fundamental to our coffee menu, so it’s a no-brainer to take this opportunity to put Mensur’s work on a pedestal for all to enjoy.

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Olympia Coffee Roasters

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Olympia Coffee Roasters: Holiday Blend—Our annual Holiday Blend is back! This year’s blend draws inspiration from our beloved Pacific Northwest, paying tribute to the iconic, decked-out evergreen trees that usher in the holiday season and brighten our homes during the darkest time of the year.

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Onyx Coffee Lab

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Onyx Coffee Lab : Framily—We are excited to release our seventh edition of this heartwarming Holiday coffee that embodies the joy of spending time with friends and family. This washed coffee from Banko Gotiti is a developed medium roast creating complex cocoa notes mixed with sweet berry cobbler-like flavors. Designed to accommodate the coffee nerd or the heavy-handed cream and sugar in-laws… you’re welcome, my friends.
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Partners Coffee

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Partners Coffee: Guatemala – Santa Elisa—Finca Santa Elisa sits on the western side of Acatenango, one of the three volcanoes that surround the charming city of Antigua Guatemala. This lot, consisting entirely of red bourbon, was processed by our friends Los Volcanes at Beneficio La Esperanza in Antigua. The result is a sweet, pristine coffee that reminds us of blood orange and tangerine supported by warm confectionary and caramels—delightful in a host of brewing methods from filter to espresso.

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PERC Coffee

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PERC Coffee: Holiday Blend—The dreaded Frost Gobbler is here, chasing her favorite treat, gingerbread people. She’ll snatch the unlucky ginger folks up, tear them apart, and gobble them down with her terrible teeth. The last thing you’ll hear as she stomps out of town is her dreadful laugh, moohoohaha. The roasting team has been in the workshop, tinkering away, mixing a little of this and a little of that. Now, the team has emerged with the perfect concoction. It’s smooth and sweet, with the perfect hint of roastiness to satisfy everyone in the family, even the grinchiest grinches and the scroogiest scrooges. Happy holidays y’all!

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Stumptown Coffee Roasters

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Stumptown Coffee: Guatemala El Injerto Pacamara—A seven-time winner of Guatemala’s prestigious Cup of Excellence competition, El Injerto Pacamara is one of the most highly anticipated coffees we roast all year. Known for its large size and award-winning profile, El Injerto Pacamara will captivate your senses like only a legendary coffee can. This year’s lot is pure decadence with notes of ripe peach and sugar cane complemented by a touch of sage. We’ve been partnering with father and son team Arturo Aguirre Sr. and Arturo Aguirre Jr. since 2003, making them our longest-standing direct trade relationship—one we cherish as much as we do this coffee.

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Verve Coffee Roasters

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Verve Coffee: Costa Rica Sumava Lactico Natural—Sweet Magnolia florals greet the nose at the first sip, complemented by the soft touch of White Peach. Concord Grape is woven throughout with a similar profile to natural wine, finishing the cup with a sparkling mouthfeel. Francisco Mena’s coffee has been sprinkled throughout our menu year after year, and he is someone that we are proud to partner with. His coffees have exceptionally clean profiles and are consistently high quality. A large part of his experimentation is lactic processing. The process begins with the harvest of perfectly ripe cherries. The cherries’ skin is left intact and they are placed in small bags, which are then placed into large buckets. The buckets or barrels are rotated for 36 hours to ferment, which is when the sugars from the cherry become food for the yeast and bacteria that are responsible for the fermentation. The time and attention to craft is what makes this cup so special.

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