Current Offerings January 2019

 

Freshly Roasted Coffee List:




Colombia La Florida Narino Excelso

The Narino region is currently my favorite Colombian origin for quality coffee production.  This offering shows a creamy body and savory flavor hints of cherry, milk chocolate, and a sweet finish.  Rich and satisfying!

$16.00 per pound                                  

                                                                                             


                                                                             



Mexico Chiapas Belisario Organic

This popular coffee is organically grown by mostly indigenous farmers on a collection of small farms in the high-altitude rain forest near the Guatemala border.  With a smooth body and nice aroma, the brew result is a simple and mild cup of coffee with flavor hints of dark chocolate, cherries, and walnut .  Comfort food in a cup! 

$16.00 per pound                                                     


                                                                                  


                                                       



Guatemala El Limonar La Base

Huehuetenango is the highest, driest coffee producing region in Guatemala.  Finca El Limonar grows great coffee and offers a nice aroma and a silky body in the brewed cup.  Flavor hints include chocolate, pears, and a clean finish.

$16.00 per pound                                                                                                        


                                                                                                                                     

                                                               




                      

100% Kona - Lions Gate Estate - Hawaii

Aloha!  The crop is in from the Big Island and this estate coffee makes one SMOOTH cup!  It is grown on heirloom trees between 60 and 100 years old on the slopes of the Mauna Loa volcano.  Flavors include hints of tangerine, hibiscus, and macadamia nuts with a buttery smooth chocolate finish.  100% Kona...100% made in the USA!  Treat yourself to a little taste of paradise and you’ll say Mahalo!

$32.00 per pound

                                                            

 

                         

                                                                                   



Peru Las Damas de San Ignacio Organic

Delicious crowd-pleasing coffee from northern Peru with great aroma and a smooth body.  Nice fruity flavors suggest cherry and orange with some spice and honey and a hint of cocoa.

$16.00 per pound                                                                                                                          

                                                                 

                                                                                   

                                                       


The Lighthouse Blend

Here is a delicious house blend of super high-quality Central and South American coffees with just the right balance of brightness and sweetness to jump start your day.  Fill’er up, smell it, drink it, enjoy it, repeat...

$16.00 per pound



                                               





Black Velvet Blend

Roasted Vienna style(dark... not burnt), this is a smokey, low-acid blend of very distinct coffees from Central and South America.  Terrific as a drip brew and wonderful prepared as espresso!  Dark and deep, smooth and sweet!

$16.00 per pound






Guatemala Organic SWP Decaf

This coffee is gently decaffeinated using pure mountain spring water.

In the cup, you’ll find an enticing aroma and flavors of milk chocolate, orange, and hints of cherry.  It works well for decaf espresso and is something I would definitely recommend for after-dinner service.  You won’t miss the caffeine!

$16.00 per pound                                                         














**Please Note: 

        The flavors mentioned in the coffee descriptions are not

        added flavorings.  They are naturally occurring flavor

        characteristics of that particular coffee bean. That’s what

        is so intriguing about GOOD coffee!**


So many beans, so little time!  Isn’t this fun?    markos ;)