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Single-Origin Unroasted Coffees

One of the great pleasures enjoyed by home roasters is the opportunity to control their single-source coffee experience, for the purest form of a unique coffee and terroir. Another is the ability to mix your own special house blends from coffees you chose yourself. We now offer single-source coffees from all the regions we import from for your enjoyment.

  • India Araku Valley Screen 16 Robusta ##for 1 lb green unroasted beans - larger sizes also on sale##

    Araku Valley India Organic Robusta, green unroasted coffee beans


    These Araku Valley Organic sun-dried beans are a cousin to a Kaapi Royal Screen 17 beans, but smaller. Super healthy, robust beans are bursting with rich coffee flavor. This is a "back-palate" delight, with low acidity, high... Learn more

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    Costa Rica Dota Tarrazu Estate Coffee, green unroasted


    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

  • Vietnamese Buon Me Thuot Excelsa coffee, green unroasted ##for 1lb (larger sizes available)##

    Vietnamese Buon Me Thuot Excelsa, green unroasted


    Excelsa is one of the four remaining genetically distinct commercial species of coffee and accounts for about 6% of world coffee production. It is used in Vietnam as a blending coffee, being added to other varieties of... Learn more

  • Indian Arabica Blend from Araku Valley, green unroasted beans ##for 1 lb bag, larger sizes available##

    India Araku Valley Arabica Blend, Green Unroasted Coffee beans


    This Araku Valley Arabica blend contains three varieties of Arabica coffees combining genes from 5 different subspecies. Unique to India, this taste profile is something you have to try to experience. India's coffee... Learn more

  • The Coffee Roaster's Handbook ##156 pages of coffee and roasting info and advice, with Adrano beans##

    The Coffee Roaster's Handbook - with FREE Adrano Green Beans


    The essential coffee roasting guide for new roasters! Len has written 156 pages covering everything from the origins and evolution of coffee to practical guidelines for roasting and blending, Roasting equipment... Learn more

  • Brazil Adrano™ Volcano Coffee from Poços de Caldas, green unroasted ##for 1lb (larger sizes available)##

    Brazil Adrano Volcano Coffee, green unroasted


    Adrano is an intense, complex coffee. The unique terroir imparts a unique flavor profile that is an interesting combination of sharp, bright elements with earthy and floral tones and a hint of chocolate. Body is high and... Learn more

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    Papua New Guinea, green unroasted


    These wild-grown, triple-picked (only the ripe beans each time) from the Jiwaka Province atop the Waghi Valley are extraordinarily "clean" and have that superb Blue Mountain varietal taste profile we all know and love so... Learn more

  • Liberica green unroasted beans from the Philippines  ##for 1lb##

    Philippine Liberica, green unroasted beans


    Authentic 100% Liberica coffee! Liberica's almond-shaped beans have an exceptional aroma, almost floral and fruity, while its flavor is full and slightly smokey. It is the rarest production coffee species in the world. This... Learn more

  • Sumatra Aceh Gayo coffee, green unroasted,Sumatra Aceh Gayo coffee, roasted ##for 1lb (larger sizes available)##

    Sumatra Aceh Gayo, green unroasted


    This extraordinary export from the Aceh region, containing Tim-Tim, Djember, and Ateng varietals, is a quintessential example of Gayo coffee. Aceh is the northernmost province in Sumatra, and its citizens have their own... Learn more

  • Vietnamese Dalat Bourbon Arabica, green unroasted ##for 1lb (larger sizes available)##

    Vietnamese Dalat Bourbon Arabica, green unroasted


    Indochine Estates is one of our favorite suppliers to work with because not only do they grow a delicious heirloom variety of Arabica on their multi-generation family farms, they are also deeply involved in their local... Learn more

  • Vietnamese Dalat Highlands Peaberry Robusta, green unroasted,Peaberry Robusta is high in crema and low in acid  ##for 1lb (larger sizes available)##

    Vietnamese Dalat Highlands Peaberry Robusta, green unroasted


    New crop! New shipment just arrived! Vietnamese Robusta is the secret ingredient in Italian espresso. Its lush body, chocolatey taste, and excellent aftertaste are a product of the rich soil in Vietnam, and the fact that... Learn more

  • Burlap green coffee sacks##or get 5 for only $25!##

    Coffee Sacks, Burlap

    $10.00 $7.00

    Coffee decor for decorating your home or coffee shop. These are the actual sacks we get our beans in. Most are natural fiber burlap, some are a mix of burlap and synthetic thread. We have so many customers asking for these... Learn more

  • Roast Chart with 7 swatches and designations

    Roast Level Chart - 7 swatches to guide roasting


    Ever notice that nobody agrees on the designations for roasting levels? Confused by "City++" and "Euro Roast" and all the crazy names? This simple color chart shows the popular roast levels from Blonde (Cinnamon) through... Learn more

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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.

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