Unroasted Original Sampler Pack - Green Cof 4LBS - 100% raw arabica coffee beans

Unroasted Original Sampler Pack - Green Cof 4LBS - 100% raw arabica coffee beans

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Unroasted Green Coffee Bean Sampler Pack - 4LBS - 100% raw arabica coffee beans - COLOMBIA, ETHIOPIA, GUATEMALA, COSTA RICA, BRAZIL *Single Origins Subject To Change Based On Availability

 

 

  • Colombia Supremo 17/18

     Cupping Notes: Caramel, Milk Chocolate, Orange

     Elevation: 1300 to 1650 meters

     Varietals: Caturra, Colombia, Typica, Castillo

     Milling Process: Fully Washed

     Drying Process: Elevated Tables/Solar Dryers
     Harvest Start Month: September

     Harvest End Month: January   

     Colombia Supremo 17/18 is sourced from small family-owned farms (about 6 acres in size) based in Pereira, Colombia. Farmers harvest and refine the beans at their very own micro-wet mills and typically dry them on elevated tables inside solar dryers which provide protection from the rarely ceasing rainy season.

 

  • Ethiopia Washed Yirgacheffe GR 2

    Cupping Notes: Black Tea, Lemongrass, Raspberry

     Elevation: 1700 to 2000 meters

     Varietals: Ethiopian Heirloom

     Milling Process: Fully Washed

     Drying Process: Raised beds

     Harvest Start Month: October

     Harvest End Month: December

    Yirgacheffe is perhaps one of the most iconic coffee-producing regions in the world-known to many as the birthplace of the coffee bean. Coffee from this region is grown at extremely high altitudes in iron-rich, acidic soils that create an optimal growing condition for specialty coffee. This lot comes from somewhat small, family-owned farms in the Gedeo region of Yirgacheffe. Washed Yirgacheffe beans like this variety generally have clean, bright, floral cupping profiles.

 

  • Organic Guatemala SHB Huehuetenango ASOBAGRI - FAIR TRADE SMBC

    Cupping Notes: Brown Sugar, Milk Chocolate, Orange

     Elevation: 1650

     Varietals: Bourbon, Caturra

     Milling Process: Fully Washed

     Drying Process: Patio and solar dried machine

     Harvest Start Month: December

     Harvest End Month: May     

  • Costa Rica SHB Tarrazu La Pastora

     Cupping Notes: Dark Chocolate, Orange, Peach

     Elevation: 1220 to 1524 meters

     Varietals: Caturra, Catuai

     Milling Process: Fully Washed

     Drying Process: Mechanical

     Harvest Start Month: November 

     Harvest End Month: January

     This bean variety comes to you from "ASOBAGRI" (The Asociacion Barillense de Agricultores), a non-profit civil association founded in 1986 that has grown from 20 to 1,278 cooperative members. The members of ASOBAGRI hail from roughly 30 small villages in the Huehuetenango region. ASOBAGRI promotes sustainable agriculture by training its farmers in organic production methods - always looking to create viable projects that will generate benefits for the surrounding communities. The beans are shade grown under guava, plantain and banana trees at a high altitude in mostly non-volcanic soil. All of these conditions contribute to producing a truly distinct coffee.

 

CoopeTarrazú was created on October 13, 1960 beginning with 228 associates and eventually expanding to 4,650 associates. With the help of the National Bank and the Cooperatives Department, the coffee growers were embolden to purchase a processing plant as a cooperative. With its high standards and core values including transparency, honesty, solidarity, continuous improvement, commitment, and customer service, CoopeTarrazú is a great example of quality and sustainable coffee farming.

 

  • Brazil Cerrado 17/18

    Cupping Notes: Cocoa, Creamy

      Elevation: 915 to 1219 meters

      Varietals: Mundo Novo, Yellow Catuai, Red Catuai, Acaia

      Milling Process: Natural

      Drying Process: Mechanical

      Harvest Start Month: April

      Harvest End Month: September     

      This top quality Brazilian variety is produced in the Cerrado region - located in the state of Minas Gerais, the largest coffee-producing state in the country. Coffee has been a major crop in this region since the 1980’s. Cultivated at an elevation between 915 to 1219 meters above sea level, Cerrado beans are moderately dense, leaning toward a softer variety than other strictly hard bean varieties (SHB) grown at higher elevations. The Cerrado region is an ideal area for growing coffee due to the rich soil, consistent rains, high daytime temperature, and dryer winters.