We've had so much fun with our Panama Geisha adventure, that I haven't had a chance to mention the other wonderful coffees we've brought in over the last two months. The best of the new crop Northern Hemisphere coffees begin to arrive in early summer, and we've found some wonderful coffees from Central America and North Africa. Here's a belated list:Read More
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Panama Geisha, one of the most expensive coffees in the world and according to some, also the best, but is it the same as that wonderful, shiny coffee we loved and lost in 2003? The only way to tell is to taste it.Read More
Tuesday is Independence Day, a great day for coffee! Whether it's a steaming cup before the morning's parade, a tall, iced cold brew with your picnic, or a cup of decaf while watching the evening's fireworks, coffee is as much a part of the 4th of July as sparklers and flags.Read More
There really is such a thing as beginner's luck. Back in 2003, we had only been open a few months when a coffee broker called to tell us he had a coffee we had to try, a Panama microlot. Since Panama has always been one of our favorite coffee origins, and the broker had given us good advice on our initial orders, we said, “Great, send us a sample.”Read More
All of our coffees are good. Some of them are amazing. We only buy coffee we like, so every one of our coffees, be it a single origin, a blend or a decaf, is delicious. Our customers, though, sometimes ask for our “best” coffee. Which of our good coffees is the best?Read More