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Updates and News:
Important Notice -
Local pick-ups can be made at our Downtown Mesa location -
"Lost Dutchman Coffee House" - at 12 N Center Street.
Email or text messages will be provided when your order is
ready to be picked up. Please indicate which method is preferred
during check-out, otherwise expect an email message - usually
within 24 hours of placing your order.
9/28/17 - Good news....a new shipment of
Yirgacheffe came in today and is available on our green offering
9/19/17 - Out of Yirgacheffe - for now.
It'll be back in stock within two weeks.
9/11/17 - Zimbabwe
Salimba Estate has been added to our green coffee
offering sheet. This is truly a sleeper coffee - No, it won't
put you to sleep, rather it is an amazing bargain-priced coffee
while the flavor quality is right up there with higher-end
(i.e. 'higher priced") African cousins. You won't be
disappointed with this!
The Ugandan we've been waiting for has not arrived yet. ETA
is somewhere in October/November time frame.
8/19/17 - Incoming African coffees - we're
expecting a nice Zimbabwe and an outstanding Ugandan coffee
to arrive late next week. They should be available by next
7/28/17 - From Sumatra
- "Black Panther". A new croop, knockyersoxoff
Burundi Kinyovu is now available on our green
coffee offering sheet. This is a truly amazing coffee
with low acidity, slippery body, high on florals (coffee blossom).
6/14/17 - Ethiopian
Yirgacheffe is now available. Burundi's in but
not yet posted (will be soon) - Valic
6/3/17 - Out of
Rwandan. Incoming coffees include a knock-your-sox-off
Burundi, a new Kenyan, and a very nice Yirgacheffe. Valic
should have them up and with detailed descriptions by the
end of next week.
5/24/17 - Organic
Papua New Guinea Wau added
to our green coffee
offering sheet. Also, Valic has labeled some of the coffees
that are Organic, but somehow never were identified as such
- Blue Dragon, Colombia Sur de Huila, etc.
Salvador "Cayetano Estate" is
up on our green coffee offering page. This is a high-end,
natural processed microlot bean.
4/2/17 - Horas
Tano Batak - a new
Sumatra coffee offering has been added to our green coffee
page. Coming soon (as soon as Valic gets to it), is a nice
El Salvador natural coffee.
3/29/17 - Incoming
coffee includes "Horas Batak" - this
Sumatran coffee cupped very high and we're anxious for its
arrival. Should be in by this weekend.
3/21/17 New Mexico
Chiapas Turquesa coffee
is available on our green
coffee offering sheet. This is an exceptionally nice coffee
grown at almost 4,000 feet above sea level.
India Mysore Nuggets is
now available on our green coffee offering sheet.
1/27/17 - India
is up on our green coffee offering page. This is the Super
Grade AA stuff - pretty much the best Malabar you'll find
anywhere and at a very reasonable price. Valic still needs
to add the Mysore Nuggets.
1/20/17 - Incoming some time next week: India Monsooned
Malabar and a nice Mysore micro-lot. The Malabar
is the famous "Super Grade A" from Josuma importers.
W' re very happy to be able to offer this one of a kind coffee.
Actually, the Mysore is also one of a kind. It is a very special
prep called Merthi Subbangudigy Estate/Cauvery. Is Double
Washed and was painstakingly developed through collaboration
of several coffee-growing countries. (more on this later).
These coffees should be available by the end of next week.
Fully Washed Nova - now available on our green
offering sheet. This coffee makes for a very pleasing cup.
12/13/16 - Danch Meng - out. Incoming coffees
include a nice Rwandan a new Guatemalan. Should be up on the
site by this weekend, if not before.
Towards the end of the month we're expecting an awesome sun-dried
Ethiopian. This is the one if you like berry-like nuances,
including blue, rasp, and black currants.
9/10/16 - Kenya
Gakundu green coffee just added to our offering
sheet. These are excellent beans as one would expect from
coffee grown on the slopes of Mt. Kenya - chocolatey, malt,
vanilla, and coffee blossom best describe them.