Bean Notes

Our Single Origin Roasted Coffee Bean Flavor Notes

Brazilian Santos

Brazil is one of the largest coffee producers in the world. Brazilian beans are versatile and mild. This silky-smooth coffee features creamy notes of chocolate, cinnamon, and caramel.

Columbian Supremo

Supremo is the highest grade of Colombian coffee beans. These large beans create a medium bodied and sweet tasting coffee with a rich flavor and aroma.

Costa Rican Terrazu

Costa Rica is regarded as one of the world’s premiere coffee growing regions, thanks to its volcanic soil and ideal drainage. Costa Rican coffees tend to be flavorful with some excellent chocolaty flavor notes and fruity undertones in the lighter roasts.

Ethiopian Yirgacheffe

It is said Ethiopia is the birth place of coffee. Ethiopian beans feature a fragrant aroma with hints of citrus and floral undertones. The subtle fruity taste of this bean is accompanied by a moderate acidity and light body.


Grown in the volcanic southern regions of Guatemala, this coffee has spicy notes of cinnamon, creamy caramel, and can be quite strong.

Kona Blend

This blend is for those who want to experience Kona, Hawaii’s sweet aroma and mellow, distinctive caramel-mocha undertones at a lower price than 100% Kona coffee. Our Kona blend features 10% real Hawaiian Kona coffee blended with smooth Central American beans to create a cup very similar to a single origin Kona coffee.

Sumatra Mandheling

Sumatran coffee is known for its earthy, spicy flavor. From the Indonesian island of Sumatra, this varietal is perfect as a rich dessert coffee or for those who prefer a brew with low acidity with a dry finish and sweet aroma.