Site Information

 Loading... Please wait...

Green (Unroasted) Coffee Blends

Here are Len's special blends, pre-mixed, but not yet roasted. For home roasters and small cafe roasters. 

  • Amorata Vietnamese Low Caffeine Coffee ##for 1lb (larger sizes available)##

    Amorata Vietnamese, green unroasted, premixed

    $9.95

    Amorata Vietnamese coffee is blended from our Vietnamese Bourbon (Blue Son La) Arabica plus two specially-sourced decaffeinated coffees and 10% Excelsa, a delicious species that is naturally lower in caffeine. This is a... Learn more


  •  ##for 1lb (larger sizes available)##

    Prince Street Crema Special, green unroasted, premixed

    $8.95

    Our secret blend of coffees of several species and regions starts with a base of Bourbon Arabica and Highland Peaberry Robusta. This perfectly balanced Italian-style espresso is your top choice of any coffee ever blended for... Learn more


  •  ##for 1lb (larger sizes available)##

    Prince Street Affogato Espresso, green unroasted, premixed

    $8.95

    A new Prince Street espresso, as rich and sweet as a North End affogato! There's something about this blend that calls to that famous Italian dessert, with strong espresso melting into a perfect scoop of gelato... a... Learn more


  •  ##for 1lb (larger sizes available)##

    Chocozilla, green unroasted, premixed

    $8.95

    Our second chocolatey coffee, once intended as a limited edition, now a permanent offering thanks to popular demand! This is a premixed GREEN BEAN, unroasted blend that can be roasted at one temperature; both bean types... Learn more



Latest Blog Post

Brazil Microlots


Get to know our Brazil Microlots!

These volcanic soil coffees are delicious and diverse... Read more...

Resources



Save On Shipping: $5 off orders > $50! $7.50 off orders > $75! Click for More Shipping Information

Featured Region


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.

Large version of a gallery thumbnail
 [X] Click anywhere to close