Welcome to The Lost Dutchman Coffee Home Roasting Web Site. We want to be your Green Coffee supplier. Checkout our extensive green coffee bean offerings and compare our low prices with other online green coffee suppliers.
Looking for Roasted Coffee?: Please consider, this site is for people that like to roast their own green coffee beans. For our roasted coffee products, please click here to go to our sister site which is dedicated to fully roasted custom coffees.
We're pleased to finally get it up and running. We've kept the same volume discounts for green coffee that we've always had. Although fully tested, there may be some unforseen glitches that we'll work out as soon as they become apparent. If you run in to any difficulties, please call us or send a message using the contact form and we'll work to try to resolve any issue as quickly as possible.
From Sumatra - "Raja Batak" Peaberry and from Brazil - Maristella Sauza Yellow Honey prep. coffees have been added to our Green Coffee Offering page. We have another Kenyan surprise coffee waiting in the wings...
Costa Rica Lilo Tarrazu - Red Honey is now available on our green coffee offering sheet. The honey preparation of these beans is as good as any that we've seen. In its green form, the beans look kind of funky (sorry, no picture available yet), but once roasted the beans look and taste amazing.
We offer a wide variety of green coffee beans from around the world. Those new to the home roasting coffee experience will find the Home Roasting Basics Information page both interesting and informative. Here you can learn how easy it is to roast your own green coffee and make the best possible roasted coffee available.
South America Coffee Beans
Coffee beans from the South America are best known for their medium body with a balanced and clean mouthfeel. These coffees typically exhibit a pleasant sweetness in the flavor which is accented by a moderately bold, crisp, and lively acidity.
The Central America coffee-growing region extends from Southern Mexico to Panama and is the heart of the equatorial zone. It is often referred to as the “Bean Belt” because of its ideal growing environment. The area is rich in volcanic soil, with coffee grown at high altitudes.
The most diverse set of coffees come from Africa. Some are very berry-like while others are floral, while yet others are bold and edgy with spice tones that include cinnamon, cardamom, and even pipe tobacco.
If you wish to pick-up rather than have your order shipped, select the “Will Pick Up” option during shopping cart checkout. You’ll recieve either a phone call, text, or email notification letting you know when your order is ready to be picked up (typically within 24 hours). You may specify your preference in the Comments Section during shopping cart checkout.
“Such a cool place!! I suggest you wake early and go grab a coffee at this coffee shop. They also have yummy gelato and desserts. Sit and talk while relaxing in this cozy atmosphere soaking up the delicious coffee and treats.”
Coffee beans go through a long journey from seed to cup. Any misstep along the way can ruin the end result. This applies to how the coffee is brewed. After all the care the farmer puts into cultivating his crop, throughout the drying and milling process, transporting the coffee, storing it in a warehouse, and finally roasting and shipping it, if it is brewed improperly even the best of beans can taste like watery drek. Here are some sturdy tips to help you avoid making potentially disastrous brewing mistakes.
This is a basic description of how espresso is properly made using a traditional espresso machine that uses high pressure pump to force water through a portafilter for proper extraction. Note that one cannot come close to achieving genuine espresso using a $50 machine that relies on steam pressure to force water through the coffee grinds.
The history of coffee is filled with pronouncements regarding its effects on coffee drinkers – ranging from coffee’s divine quality to energize a mundane life, to be alternatively matched with edicts banning the evil brew as sinful and deadly to one’s health.
The French Press is thought to have been invented somewhere in France during the mid 1800’s, but the name of the person is not known for sure. It was first patented in 1931 by a fellow named Attilio Calimani (that name does not sound French).
We hope you enjoy this site and welcome you to browse around. For local customers, we are an Arizona coffee supplier of green coffee beans. Local pick-ups are available at the Lost Dutchman Coffee House located right smack in the middle of Downtown Mesa.