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￩￫$12.00A natural process coffee with notes of blueberry wine dark chocolate with a syrupy body. The glacier-capped Rwenzori range – also known as the Mountains of the Moon - stretches between Rwanda, Congo and up the western Ugandan border. This is where you will find the Bakonzo people, and a unique type of coffee found nowhere else. Drugar stands for Dried Ugandan Arabica; they are Uganda’s version of naturals.
$12.00Location: Pangoa – Junin (250 km East of Lima in Central Amazon Region)
Elevation: 1000-2000 meters above sea level
Varietals: Caturra, Typica, Bourbon, Pache
Diversification: Cacao, honey, fruit trees, roasted coffee, ecotourism
Average farm size: 5 Hectares per member average
Tasting Notes: Full bodied, smooth, with notes of baker's chocolated and toasted nuts
Great as an espresso!
$14.00Fair Trade - Shade Grown - Organic
Producer: Permata Gayo
Region: Aceh Province, Sumatra
Elevation: 1,200 to 1,650 m
Harvest: October - June
Variety: Typica, Ateng, S-line
Tasting Notes: Earthy, Caramel, Balanced
Great in the french press and also makes an amazing cold brew!
$15.00Organic - Swiss-Water Processed
Location: Cajamarca, Peru
Organization: Founded in 1993, comprised of 6,000 members
Naturally decaffeinated without chemicals
Tasting Notes: Chocolatey and pleasantly smooth.
This coffee works well hot or cold brewed for a refreshing decaf iced coffee.
￩￫$13.00AAAK Apo Cooperative in Papas New Guinea features tasting notes of papaya, lemon, tea, rose, and vanilla graham cracker$13.00Successfully Added to your Shopping CartAdding to Cart...
￩￫$14.00Fair Trade – Organic – Shade Grown
Producer: Association Fondo Paez, 550 members
Location: Cauca, Colombia
Altitude: 1000 – 1900 meters
Elevation: 1300 - 1900 meters above sea level
Tasting Notes: Sweet fruit, nutty, caramel