A unique and irreplacable part of our worldwide coffee heritage, Liberica is an entirely separate species of coffee. Its almond-shaped beans have an exceptional aroma, almost floral and fruity, while its flavor is full and slightly smokey. We guarantee you have never tasted anything like this rare and exotic coffee.
Liberica is a vanishing species of coffee that is only now being brought back from the brink of extinction, and your purchase supports conservation of both the coffee and the forests where it grows.
Urgent update: Liberica is once again in danger of extinction. Many Liberica farms are replacing their pure Liberica trees with shorter, more convenient-to-harvest hybrid coffees. We fear that soon the wild Liberica trees will be the only ones left!
Sometimes we have to get our precious, dwindling supply via airplane. Scarcity and transportation expense have forced us to raise the price of Liberica. This price represents the real, honest cost of this rare bean. The import shipping alone costs us $15 per kilo these days!
Now, more than ever, your purchase of Liberica is saving the entire species from extinction. Help us protect coffee biodiversity and preserve this irreplaceable part of our world's coffee heritage!
8 ounce roasted coffee, Medium Roast.
Back in stock!
Superb. So smooth.
This coffee is wonderful on its own, but it's also a great bean to experiment with and blend with other coffee, such as the Kopi Luwak, plus the Legendee Classic (Creative 8). I plan to try it with the Saigon Gold as well.
The Liberica is such great coffee. I hope that Len's Coffee can continue to sell it!
Posted by Michelle on Jul 2nd 2022
First time trying Filipino coffee
As a Filipino, I never knew how rare their coffee really was. Lens Coffee's website is amazing for people who want to know more about coffee and what they are drinking. Liberica is incredible and once I run out (which will be soon) I will buy more. I drink my coffee black and this coffee is a must have before you start the day. I will come back for more!
Posted by JB on Feb 1st 2022
An Eye-Opening Experience
This coffee is unlike any other, and absolutely INCREDIBLE! If you like dark, smoky, but also fruity coffee, you HAVE to try this!
Posted by Vic on May 5th 2021
5 stars ^_^
I brew this pour-over style, and it is a delicious cup everytime.
Posted by Unknown on Nov 14th 2020
I love this coffee. great taste, great crema.
Posted by Charley Wright on Apr 14th 2020
Hands-down the best!
Ever since I moved to the US, I had not been able to find the same strong flavor, richness and oomph as the coffee we have back home. I gave up trying to find alternatives and started searching for barako suppliers online when I came across Len’s. You are a life saver! Not only do I actually enjoy every cup of coffee I make, I feel like I’m being hugged from home. All the memories, good times, family love - it’s just pure comfort in a cup. Thank you for making this special coffee available on this side of the world. Truly grateful!
Posted by Trish on Apr 4th 2020
Since my wife and I started drinking barako, our blood sugar levels have gone down to the point where our doctors have taken us off our diabetic medication
Posted by Sevilla on Jul 29th 2017
Be a Man, Drink Liberica
good, strong, tastes like fortitude and resilience. Not for the faint of heart. If you like starbucks then dont bother. We dont want your kind here.
Posted by Paul on Feb 14th 2017
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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.