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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.
6/19/18 - Yirgacheffe Wenago and Burundi -
all gone for now. We're expecting a Harrar from Ethiopia in
a couple of weeks that has similar berry-like qualities as
the Wenago. Also incoming is an awesome coffee from El Salvador.
5/15/16 - Just in - A New
Crop Sumatra Decaf. Decaffeinated using Swiss Water Process.
This coffee has some really nice body to it.
Also in but not posted yet, a new Kenyan coffee. Should be
up as soon as Valic gets to it.
4/12/18 - Just in from Uganda - Uganda
Bugisu Sipi. A flavorful, powerful bean. When
we cupped this we were surprised at the clarity in the cup.
Distinct coffee blossom and stone fruit (plum, peaches, etc.)
flavors followed by a surprisingly pleasant, smooth finish.
We have yet another Bugisu that came in with this one (Sipi)
and will get it posted soon.
4/3/18 - Finally - Brazil
Sitio Maranhao Honey is posted (thanks Valic).
This a very well processed "honey prep" coffee in
which the sweetness of the coffee cherry pulp is transferred
to the seed (bean) while allowing it to dry naturally on raised
drying beds. It is a micro-lot coffee of limited availability.
We hope to be able to keep some around for a while, but if
you like Brazil coffees, this one cups really nice. Well balanced,
sweet, and complex best define it.
Coming up next - Two distinct African coffees from Uganda:
Sipi Falls AA and Bugisu AA. Should be available by this weekend.
3/25/18 - Ethiopia
Yirgacheffe Wenago now available. The Wenago
is one of those high intensity, berry-like coffees that we're
fortunate to get in from time to time. It is a dry-processed
coffee, so get it while it's fresh. We keep it sealed up in
grain-pro bags, but still, the Arid climate here in Arizona
affects this type of coffee more than others.
Valic's still getting caught up as there are several other
arrivals STILL not posted. On top of that, we just learned
some really nice Ugandan coffees have arrived in town - straight
from the country. More on that soon...
3/22/18 - Mexico
Chiapas Onix - a nice High Grown, organic from
Southern Mexico is now available. We have several other amazing
coffees that still need to be added... a coffee from Tanzania
- From Brazil, "Sitio Maranhao Honey", and an exceptional
Yirgacheffe chock full of berry notes. All should become available
over the next few days.
Tablon 2 - gone. We may or may not get more (we're trying).
3/14/18 - Guatemala
Finca El Milagro, from the Huehuetenango region
of Guatemala is now available. This is a higher-end Guatemalan
grown by the Villatoro family. If you like chocolatey notes,
this is it. Stay tuned for more arrivals from Africa and Indonesia.
2/29/18 - Mexico
"Tablon 2" added to our green offering
page. This is a higher-end Mexican coffee from the Chiapas
We're excited about new arrivals due in late next week: A
rare triple-picked Sumatran Longberry, a nice Tanzanian coffee,
and Yirgacheffe "Wenago" - a combination of strawberry,
raspberry, and blueberry going on with this one. Also a new
Brazil - more on that later. These coffees should be available
by the 2nd week of March.
1/31/18 - Just in: Sumatra
Reje Gayo - an amazing coffee bean from the Nagro
Aceh Darusalam region of Indonesia. Great for espresso and
pour-over with thick, syrupy body.
No Sweet Blue yet. Our Brazil importer informed us that they
are in process of shifting their Daterra Collection of Brazils
around the country to different locations. Hopefully we'll
be able to get some in February sometime.
1/21/18 - New shipping option for up to 6 pounds.
For an 8$ flat rate through U.S. Post Office, you can get
up to 6 lbs green coffee shipped anywhere in the country.
Note that due to limitations in setting up this option, it
is actually "up to 6 pounds total" on the order;
so it actually includes anything (bags, filters, etc.). This
is a nice option for those that only want to order a few pounds
at a time.
1/20/17 - Out of El Salvador Cayetano. Incoming
(in a week or two) includes Daterra Farms Sweet Blue, some
really nice Sumatran Gayo......others?
12/13/18 - Additional shipping option now available.
Up to 32 lbs green coffee can now be shipped via
U.S. Post Office for a maximum cost of $34. We've found this
to be a considerably less expensive and faster than other
shipping methods for locations far from Arizona; up to $15
less for a 32 lb order.
12/9/17 - Finally! Rwanda
Bumbogo is up and available. Also,
. "Huey" is a nice change from Antiguas and
Cobans. It is grown in a slightly different type of volcanic
soil that renders it unique from other Guatemalans.
Papua New Guinea Sigri Peaberry now available.
We used to have this coffee several years ago and are pretty
happy to have it back.
The Rwanda's in, but Valic hasn't gotten around to posting
it. Should be up soon.
11/19/17 Rwanda Bumbogo is on the way! Should
be available later this week, assuming Valic puts it up on
11/04/17 - Incoming (not yet though) - A new microlot
from Rwanda. From a small farming village, this coffee
is brought to the the "Bumbogo Washing Station"
for processing. Red Bourbon cultivar. To our knowledge, this
coffee is just now becoming available in the U.S. Even by
microlot standards, the amount produced each year is small,
but the quality is very good. It will be available by mid-late
9/19/17 - Out of Yirgacheffe - for now.
It'll be back in stock within two weeks.
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
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).