Flavor profile abbreviations

Brazil Santos—Full City Roast (FP, DR, VS, PO)

Like many of the Brazilian coffees, nutty and buttery smoothness, like peanut butter.

Colombia Medellin Excelso– Full City Roast (E, FP, DR, VS, PO)

This is a true Colombian mouthfeel with bold, spicy, but smooth nutty notes.

Colombia Villa Maria Caldas Supremo– Full City Roast (FP, DR, VS, PO)

Creamy peanut butter notes that even stick to the roof of your mouth. This is an oustanding Vacuum Syphon coffee!

Creamy Dreamy Blend—Full City Roast (DR, FP, VP)

This blend is not named after any TV stars. This bold, creamy and crazy coffee has spicy notes of cinnamon and pepper with luscious apricot and apple notes.

Decaf Mountain Water Process Mexico—Full City Roast (DR, FP, PO)

With glacier water, this Mexican coffee has awesome notes of cocoa. The aroma is so intoxicating you may just decide to use it a potpourri. Finally, a decaf that doesn’t taste like decaf.

Decaf Swiss Water Process Peru—Full City Roast (E, FP, DR, VP)

As an espresso, you’ll find notes of almonds, hazelnut and cocoa notes. As a French Press or Drip brew, your friends will not know that this really is decaffeinated.

Ethiopia Harrar—City/Full City Roast (E,FP,DR, VP)

Wonderful notes of blueberry, cherry, pipe tobacco, with a red wine finish. One week after roasting, the Harrar has notes of chocolate and pepper, like a spicy Mexican chocolate. G-d drinks this coffee. I am sure of it.

Ethiopia Limu– City/Full City Roast (E,FP, DR)

Raspberry and rich dark chocolate notes with a creamy body.

Ethiopia Mokasida– City Roast (E,FP,DR)

Rich cocoa notes with velvety sweetness. One of Frank’s favorite coffees.

Ethiopia Washed Sidamo Bagersh—Full City Roast (FP, DR)

This Sidamo, although a bit subdued from its dry-processed cousin, is fruity with currant and blackberry notes, but not too sweet to be considered a dessert coffee.

Ethiopia Yirgacheffe—City/ Full City Roast (FP, DR, PO)

Every new bag of Yirgacheffe brings new surprises. A previous crop brought some lemon zest notes and bittersweet chocolate. Another crop brought notes of orange as a splash against your palate and a sweetness of candy. This is a unique coffee that will make you marvel at the complexity of the brew.

Guatemala FTO—Full City Roast (FP, DR, PO)

Sweet baked goods notes. This is an everyday and all day coffee. Smooth, but bold.

Honduras Santa Rosa Organic Rainforest Alliance—Full City Roast (E, DR, FP, PO) With notes of anise, licorice and a syrupy consistency reminiscent of espresso, it’s not surprising, that this makes a phenomenal espresso—well balanced and really good crema.

Kenya AA—City/ Full City Roast (E, PF, DR, PO, VS)

Roasted light to a City Roast, you’ll fall into an apricot, apple, and caramel paradise. Roasted darker to a Full City roast, you’ll experience a splash of grapefruit, chocolate oranges and a creamy finish. As an espresso, just think of sipping pina coladas on the beach with its tropical fruitiness.

Mexico Chiapas Fair Trade Organic—Full City Roast/Full City Plus (E, PF, DR) This is a mild coffee with bittersweet and baker’s chocolate accents. If you drink coffee all day, this should be your first choice.

Nicaragua Jinotega Las Camelias—Full City/Vienna/French Roast (E, PF, DR)

As a full-city roast, this coffee has notes of strawberry and rhubarb. Roasted dark to a Vienna roast, you’ll experience walnut shells. As a dark French Roast, expect toasted oranges, sweet pungency and a tremendous boldness.

Papua New Guinea Fair Trade Organic—Full City Roast (FP, DR)

This spicy and full-bodied coffee suffers no loss of body, even when it cools. Notes of cinnamon, cloves, allspice, and cumin are found in this extraordinary coffee.

Peru FTO– Full City (E, FP, DR, VS, PO)

This is our favorite espresso because it is a balanced combination of caramel and spicy notes. Good as French Press and Drip, but awesome as a single origin espresso.

Tanzania Peaberry—Full City Roast (DR, FP)

Coffee trees blossom and produce coffee cherries. Two coffee beans are found in each cherry, unless one aborts. When this happens, the remaining bean is called a Peaberry. Peaberries are culled from the other regular coffee beans and they are highly sought after. This Peaberry has Pinot Noir aromatics and notes of chocolate cordials just before they become cloyingly sweet.

Jen’s Blend (E, FP, DR)

Sometimes, our associates try their hand at creating a superior blend. As you’ll discover, Jennifer succeeded. As an espresso, you’ll think that we added cocoa.

Winter Blend (FP, DR)

This is an absolutely incredible blend of coffees from Africa and Central America. Notes of pepper, cinnamon, and ginger run smoothly through the middle of your palate.

Sumatra Mandheling Organic “Sinabung”—Vienna Roast (FP, DR)

You can judge a roaster by the way he/she roasts this famous coffee. Our Sumatra Mandheling is roasted to a full city (medium) roast to bring out the floral, jasmine aroma and smooth earthy finish.

Klaire Bear’s Tropical Summer Blend (E, FP, DR)

This fruity blend will remind you of a fruit smoothie, smooth but rich. The smooth fruity and jam-like ending will never cease, even after it cools.

P-Jam Blend (FP, DR, E) This blend has a jam-like consistency with notes of plum and prune. Sweet, but not cloyingly so.

Jen’s Crazy Spearmint Blend (FP, DR, E)

This wild and crazy blend has notes of chocolate and spearmint. The tremendous brightness on your palate will remind you of spearmint candy.