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Central America

Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Panama... wonderful coffees from high-altitude coffeelands.

Mercedes Farm, harvesting with Lorena

Some of the most beautiful farms we have visited are in these regions, where the growing altitudes can exceed 6000'. Many of these coffees have won international and regional awards, including coffees from Costa Rica that we submitted for judging to Golden Bean USA and the Panamanian coffee. Some of these coffees have a wonderful chocolatey profile that we use as the base in our Mocharagua and other blends.

The Coffee Rust (La Rolla) has had a serious impact on Central American coffee production. We work with farmers to cultivate resistant strains, and plan for climate changes as well. All our farmers are paid Direct Trade full-price commodity prices, which nets them up to 10x as much profit as selling to local brokers, and makes it possible for them to provide benefits for their workers and education and health care for their children.

El Recreo farmhouse Baby Arabica seedlings at El Recreo farm in Nicaragua El Recreo Nicaraguan coffee cherries

  • Mocharagua Half-Caff Blend##for 8 ounces##

    Mocharagua Half-Caff

    $8.95

    One of our most popular blends, this warm, chocolatey natural blend of Central American coffees and Indian Robusta has all the taste of a normal caffeine coffee. Hot, Iced or steeped as Cold Brew, this crowd-pleasing coffee... Learn more


  • Mocharagua Chocolatey Coffee ##for 8oz##

    Mocharagua

    $8.25

    Look, we love chocolate, okay? We're not ashamed to admit it. And we know a lot of you guys agree with us: coffee is good, but chocolatey coffee is even better! Hence the Mocharagua coffee. It's mostly Nicaraguan Jinotega... Learn more


  • Honduras Rainforest Blend ##for 8 ounces##

    Honduras Rain Forest Arabica Blend

    $8.95

    Our newest coffee comes from Siguatepeque, Honduras, and is grown at high altitudes (up to 4500') in a rainforest region surrounded by Conservation lands. This blend of Arabicas is produced from lots collected from 12 farms... Learn more


  • Panama Santa Clara Finca La Santa ##for 8 ounces##

    Panama: The Bean (not the hat - not the canal!)

    $9.75

    Many people don't know that Panama produces some of the finest, and most-awarded, coffee in the world. We get a lot of requests for Panamanian coffee but have not been able to bring any in till now. La Santa is a family... Learn more


  • Costa Rica Dota Tarrazu Estate Coffee ##for 8oz##

    Costa Rica Dota Tarrazu Estate Coffee

    $8.95

    Our Santa Maria de Dota Terrazu estate-grown coffee comes from the home of the elusive Quetzal, the beautifully plumed endangered species. True Tarrazu appellation coffee only comes from three cantons in the highest altitude... Learn more


  • Costa Rica Dota Tarrazu Estate Coffee ##for 8oz##

    Costa Rica Dota Tarrazu Nectar Coffee, roasted

    $9.25

    You've never tried coffee like this before! This unique honey-style process and painstaking natural sun drying at 6500' altitude really creative a unique coffee experience. During the brief peak of the growing season, the... Learn more



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The Araku Valley of India

India's coffee tradition goes back 400 years or more, when a variety called Kent was first established in the Southern Hills. Arabicas predominated until the blight of 1870, when growers needed to hybridize to resistant varieties. The resultant strains had genes from Liberica and other unique, resistant species. Learn more and browse India's Araku Valley coffees here.

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