Coffee Origins

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  • Barako Pure
  • The Barako Pure is a coffee varietal grown in the Philippines, particularly in the provinces of Batangas and Cavite.

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  • House Blend
  • We also offer a unique mixed of arabica, robusta and excelsa beans. This is our popular House Blend

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Premium Arabicas

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  • Benguet Arabica
  • Benguet Arabica are premium beans grown in the highlands of the province of Benguet, Philippines.

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  • Indonesia Arabica
  • Indonesia Arabica is known for their full-bodied, rich taste and vibrant yet low-toned and gentle acidity, and long finish/aftertaste.

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  • Vietnam Arabica
  •   Coffee originally came to Vietnam in the mid-nineteenth century when French missionaries brought Arabica trees from the island of […]

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  • China Yunnan Arabica
  • China has traditionally been famous for its fragrant teas, but the country is emerging as a key Asian producer of […]

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South and Central America

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  • Brazil Arabica
  • The Brazilian beans are especially those that are pulped natural or “Brazil natural”. It’s have a pronounced peanutty quality and […]

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  • Colombia Arabica
  •   The Colombia Arabicais routinely listed among the top three coffee-producing countries in the world. The classic Colombian profile—as with […]

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  • Guatemala Arabica
  •   While perhaps not as well-known as some of its Central and South American neighbors, Guatemala’s coffee has a distinctive […]

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  • Costa Rica Arabica
  •   Costa Rica produces only wet-processed Arabicas. With its medium body and sharp acidity, it’s often described as having perfect […]

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East Africa

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  • Kenya Arabica
  • Big, bold, and juicy, Kenyan coffees are a product of their variety (SL-28 and SL-34 are the most prized), processing […]

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  • Ethiopia Arabica
  • Naturally processed Ethiopian coffees often have a syrupy body that accompanies a densely sweet berry flavor, typically

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  • Tanzania Arabica
  • The aroma of a Tanzania coffee may exhibit a rustic note and sometimes a brown bread sweetness. The aftertaste lingers […]

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  • Burundi Arabica
  • A fine Burundi single origin coffee exhibits a clean, delicate flavor with a rich body and acidity according to cupping […]

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Decafinated Coffee

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