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    Costa Rica Pura Vida Jaguar Friendly

    We Taste: Caramel Brittle, Nougat, Creamy Body Single Origin Details: Farm: Finca Las Alturas Grower: Fernando Castañeda Region: Bunca Process: Fully Washed and Sun Dried Varietal: Bourbon, Typica, Hybrid Elevation: 1500-1900m $5 from every sale goes back to support jaguar conservation efforts [read more="Read more" less="Read less"]
    This Jaguar Friendly coffee is organically managed and directly traded. It supports growers and their families in the Cordilera Talamanca region, home to the largest population of jaguars in Costa Rica. Cool climates and high altitudes make this Costa Rican landscape one of the richest coffee regions in the world. Press Coffee is proud to roast some of the world's best coffee helping support the environment from which it was sourced.
    Proceed from the sale of Pure Vida coffee support jaguar research led b the Arizona Center for Nature Conservation and ProCAT. Together, we are helping crate a healthy future for people, for jaguars, and the landscapes they both call home. You can read more about our project here
    12 oz bag[/read]
    $16.00
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    Four Corners Blend

    We Taste: Milk Chocolate, Medium Body, Balanced and Low Acidity 12 oz bag [read more="Read more" less="Read less"]Like the Four Corners, this coffee has a little bit of everything. We've blended Latin American and Sumatran coffees together to create one of the most drinkable coffees we've ever had.[/read]
    $14.00
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    Press Early Edition Blend

    We Taste: Chocolate, Hazelnut Sweetness, Medium Body and Medium Acidity 12 oz bag [read more="Read more" less="Read less"]Just like your morning news source – our Early Edition house blend is a great way to start your day. Made up of both Latin American and African Yirgacheffe coffees, Early Edition brings a beautiful balance of flavors making it a wonderfully drinkable coffee.[/read]
    $14.00
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    Spitball Espresso

    We Taste: Lots of fruity sweetness and a nice complex finish Our Spitball Espresso rolled out in 2013 and has been a hit in our shops ever since. We always incorporate an Ethiopian naturally processed coffee and this particular espresso blend offers a big, round body that reminds us that coffee is indeed the seed of a fruit. 12 oz bag
    $16.50
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    Union Espresso Blend

    We Taste: Dark Chocolate, Big Body, Robust, Low Acidity

    [read more="Read more" less="Read less"]   Union Espresso is our most developed coffee. We roast this coffee to just before 2nd crack - the point most use to define "dark roast". Still, this coffee carries the same sweetness and creamy body as all of our other coffees, but with some more traditional flavors. Because this coffee is our link to the more traditional coffee world, we've named it our "Union". 12 oz bag[/read]
    $14.50
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    Twitch Espresso Blend

    We Taste: Layered espresso that transforms flavor as it is consumed. First on the pallet is a pleasing note of bright berry/citrus with a backdrop of cocoa culminating with a very pleasant sweetness. All enhanced by a touch of smokiness.

    [read more="Read more" less="Read less"] After a taste of this Espresso blend you'll be twitching with excitement (and possibly caffeine) for another sip. Twitch Espresso Blend is the proprietary espresso blend for Press Coffee Roasters. The Espresso blend is artfully roasted specifically to be used for espresso, the roast level highlights the flavors of the individual components.  This espresso blend is the backbone of Press Coffee Roasters we are very proud of it and we are certain it will be enjoyed at home. 12 oz bag[/read]
    $14.50
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    Ethiopia Bishan Fugu Community

    We Taste: Blood Orange, Blackberry, Hibiscus Single Origin Details: Grower: Bishan Fugu Community Region: Guji Zone Varietal: Double Washed and Dried on Raised Beds Elevation: 1900-2200 meters [read more="Read more" less="Read less"]
    Bishan Fugu is the name of a smallholder association organized around the Adinew family’s large estate that spans the border between two of Ethiopia’s largest regions: SNNP & Oromia. We actually just featured a dry-processed coffee from the same group, but couldn’t help ourselves when we tasted this double-washed coffee from one of our favorite sources in Southern Ethiopia. The Hambela region is home to an estate, washing stations, and collection points owned and operated by METAD Agricultural Development PLC. The family-run company was gifted property by Emperor Selassie in honor of the matriarch, Muluemebet Emiru, the first African female pilot. METAD is now managed by her grandson Aman Adinew, and its export partner Rift Valley Trading LLC is operated by his brother Michael Adinew. Among the many important pieces of work undertaken by METAD are their commitment to equal employment opportunities for women and education opportunities for the youth of the coffeelands, their early partnerships with Grounds for Health, and their development of Africa’s first SCAA certified lab. In the field, not only have they established their own harvesting sites, but they have partnered with smallholder associations. They don’t simply buy the coffee cherry from the local farmers, but they provide them with pre- and post-harvest trainings. These trainings include agriculture and business management help, with the intention of reaching beyond simply getting better coffee to create better, mores sustainable communities. This double-washed Bishan Fugu is selected from one such smallholder association. The coffee uses a common East African tactic of soaking the parchment coffee in clean water after fermentation. Not only does this help remove any leftover pulp on the seeds, it also triggers the seed to begin germinating and it’s speculated this can improve the flavor.
    12 oz bag[/read]
    $19.00
  • PanamaGeisha

    Panama La Berlina Geisha Microlot 8oz

    We Taste: Strawberry, Peach, Floral Single Origin Details: Grower: Casa Ruiz, Finca La Berlina Region: Horqueta, Bouquete, Chiriqui Varietal: Full Natural and Dried on Patio Elevation: 1600 meters   PLEASE NOTE: We roast this coffee every few days to ensure orders receive the freshest possible coffee. This coffee might ship 2-3 days after your order depending on our roast schedule. [read more="Read more" less="Read less"]
    La Berlina Estate is located in a little corner of the Boquete district of Chiriquí province called Horqueta. It borders La Amistad International Park that crosses the border into Costa Rica (you might recognize the name Amistad from one of our other Crown Jewels, located on the other side of the border). La Berlina was founded in the earliest years of the 20th century by a Colombian soldier named Segundo Diaz who, finding himself out of work in the wake of a successful Panamanian bid for independence and in love with a local woman, settled in Boquete. The Diaz family found enough coffee trees growing wild in the mountains surrounding Boquete to establish an 80 acre estate that transformed the stray coffee into a fully functioning farm. A generation later, the Diaz children were forced to sell the estate, which eventually ended up attracting the attention of Plinio Ruiz who knew the farm’s reputation from the 1920s and 30s. Plinio’s family company, Casa Ruiz, acquired the estate and began the work of returning it to its former glory. The Ruiz family have their own coffee history in Panama: the original coffee, flower, and vegetable farm was destroyed by flooding in Boquete in 1970, and the family business was redirected towards roasting and exporting. However, opportunities for farm ownership starting in the late 1970s were too good to pass up, and the Ruiz family reinvested in land, eventually evolving into a successful regional brand that includes roasted coffee sold to the consumer market in Panama. The Ruiz family are among the founding donors of the Ngäbere literacy program, named for the indigenous population Guaymi, who call themselves the Ngäbe. Many of their population work on the estate during the harvest, and in some instances this may constitute their only source of income. The literacy program aims to preserve the Ngäbere culture by encouraging transliteration from spoken word to written in their native tongue.
    Great coffee deserves a great story. The Geisha variety’s unlikely origin story begins somewhere close to the town of Gesha in remote western Ethiopia. Coffee berries were picked and transported to Kenya, then to Uganda and Tanzania, and finally across the ocean to the Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center in Costa Rica where attempts to cultivate the trees earnestly began in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Planting there, and shortly thereafter in Panama, was largely abandoned due to low productivity and poor quality. It’s generally accepted today that the variety is fickle, and that its best attributes are highlighted by a combination of elevation, rainfall, soil and nutrient composition, and myriad other environmental and horticultural factors. It seems apparent that either early trials lacked the necessary conditions to produce the sweet, floral attributes now recognizably associated with Geisha, or that those attributes simply weren’t valued the way they are today. It’s hard to believe that it has been more than a decade since Price Peterson’s unusual coffee swept the Best of Panama competition and ignited a feverish global appetite for the variety. The country of Panama – and Peterson’s Hacienda La Esmeralda in particular – deserve credit for putting the spotlight on the cultivar. Panama is the cultivar’s home away from home, where it continues to demand extraordinary prices and attention despite its propagation throughout the coffee growing world. We’ve seen an uptick in natural Geishas in recent years, the “eat your cake and have it, too” processing method for this variety of coffee that seems to provide a little bit of everything: the big ripe berry notes from the process, the inherent red cherry and chocolate “classic” Boquete character, and the distinctive, coveted, cultivar-specific floral flavors. This dry processed Geisha has a slightly large screen size of oblong seeds with pretty pedestrian-looking density. It is also pretty dry and possesses a lower than average water activity. It is also remarkably fragrant green, and you’d be remiss not to sample the aromas before roasting. 12 oz bag[/read]
    $30.00
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    Ethiopia Gedeb Gotiti Organic

    We Taste: Mango, Lemon, Jasmine Single Origin Details: Grower: METAD Agricultural Development (METAD) Region: Gotiti, Gedeo Zone Varietal: Fully Washed and Dried on Raised Beds Elevation: 1900-2200 meters [read more="Read more" less="Read less"]
    ETHIOPIA GEDEB 1 ORGANIC GOTITI GRAINPRO is sourced from METAD Agricultural Development PLC (METAD). METAD is a third-generation family owned business with a rich history that began after World War II when the Ethiopian Emperor awarded Muluemebet Emiru, the first African female pilot and family matriarch, with land in the Guji and Sidama zones that has become the Hambela Coffee Estate. METAD is managed by Aman Adinew who returned to Ethiopia after many years working abroad at the executive level for multiple fortune 500 companies because he wanted to make a difference for his family and community. Through Aman’s leadership, METAD has strengthened the local community with employment opportunities including a workforce that is over seventy percent women, educational opportunities including university scholarships and sponsorship for a state-of-the-art elementary school with more than 700 students, and healthcare for employees. METAD was also first to partner with Grounds for Health in Ethiopia to implement a successful cervical cancer screening program for women within the coffee growing communities. METAD has an expanding Out-grower program designed to provide technical assistance, share modern farming equipment, and provide certification programs for more than 5,000 local farmers who are paid premiums for their cherry and second payments after coffee is sold. Quality and certification premiums have also helped METAD build roads and community centers. METAD has the first and only private state-of-the-art SCAA certified coffee quality control lab on the African continent used to train both domestic and international coffee professionals.
    12 oz bag[/read]
    $19.00
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    Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Washed

    We Taste: Lemon Meringue, Black Tea and Clean Mouthfeel Single Origin Details: Farm: 700 small coffee producers around the Kerbal Aricha Coffee Mill Region: Gedeo Zone Varietal: Washed Elevation: 1700-1950 meters [read more="Read more" less="Read less"] A delightful washed coffee - this Ethiopian holds all the characteristics we love about a washed Yirgacheffe. It is clean, sweet and strikingly complex. We think it will be a favorite if you enjoy coffee that is pleasingly exotic. 12 oz bag[/read]
    $18.00
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    Ethiopia Kochere Natural

    We Taste: White Grape, Bubblegum, Lavender Single Origin Details: Farm: Coffee producers organized around the Konga washing station Region: Gedeo Zone Process: Full natural and dried on raised beds Elevation: 1,850-1,950 meters [read more="Read more" less="Read less"] Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Natural Kochere GrainPro is sourced from family-owned farms organized around Matewos Ersemo. More than 650 small coffee farmers deliver ripe cherries to the Kochere washing station where they are carefully sorted and placed on raised beds designed to ensure proper air circulation and temperature control for an optimal drying process. Cherries are also turned regularly on the beds to prevent damage during the drying process. The cherries are stored in a local warehouse after the moisture is reduced to between 11.5 and 12 percent. Then the beans are transported to Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, to be milled and bagged prior to export. 12 oz bag[/read]
    $18.50
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    Honduras Pedro Sagastume

    We Taste: Caramel, Pear, Creamy Single Origin Details: Grower: Pedro Sagastume Region: El Dorado Process: Fully Washed and Sun Dried Varietal: Pacas Elevation: 1400-1600 meters [read more="Read more" less="Read less"]
    Honduras San Vicente Pedro Sagastume GrainPro is sourced from family-owned farm located in the community of El Dorado in municipality of Santa Barbara within the department of Santa Barbara, Honduras. Pedro Sagastume owns and manages a 25 acre farm called Los Quetzales, named after the quetzal birds that visit the farm. Pedro bought the land thirty years ago and decided to plant coffee. Now Pedro’s adult children are continuing their father's legacy with a focus on quality. Two years ago the family started producing specialty coffee using their own micro-mill to process harvested cherries, which allows for meticulous care in depulping, fermenting, and drying the coffee. Their plans for the future include planting avocadoes trees as a way to diversify their income. Pedro started specialty coffee Pedro and his family collaborate with an exporting company called Beneficio San Vicente to gain access to technical support for best agricultural practices. The partnership has helped to improve quality, increase earnings from coffee sales, and strengthen the family’s livelihood.
    12 oz bag[/read]
    $17.50
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    Brazil Mogiano

    We Taste: Chocolate, Hazelnut, Big Body Single Origin Details: Farm: Minas Gerais Region: Mogiano Process: Full Natural Varietal: Bourbon, Mundo Novo Hybrid Elevation: 800-1200m [read more="Read more" less="Read less"] This coffee is produced by farmers organized around cooperatives in the Mogiana growing region split between the states of São Paulo and Minas Gerais, Brazil. The Mogiana region is the most renowned of three major Brazilian growing regions. This region has rolling hills and uneven terrain lending to farms that are small to medium in size. As the world's largest coffee producer, Brazilian lots often come from larger estates that use highly mechanized processing strategies to manage larger volumes. Our current offering is Fine Cup (FC) and Strictly Soft (SS), the highest cup category in the Brazilian coffee grading. 12 oz bag[/read]
    $14.00
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    Sumatra Takengon Mandheling

    We Taste: Chocolate, Black Cherry, Robust, Tobacco

    [read more="Read more" less="Read less"] Grower: Jagong Mill owned and operated by Mr. Irham Junus, son Andi and daughter Ina Region: Aceh Varietal: Bourbon, Catimor, Typica Elevation: 1300-1600 meters Process: Wet Hulled, Sun Dried Sumatra Takengon Mandheling Grade 1 is sourced from the Jagong Mill and surrounding family-owned farms located in the Takengon and Atu Lintang coffee region of Aceh province on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia.  Irham Junus owns and operates the Jagong Mill with his son, Andi and daughter, Ina. The Junus family has focused on meticulous ripe cherry selection resulting in something truly unique in Sumatra.  The Junus family also has full control of the processing and milling right up to the final export stage, avoiding the long and convoluted supply lines that can compromise Sumatran quality. 12 oz bag[/read]
    $14.50
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    Sulawesi Toarco Jaya

    We Taste: Grilled Pineapple, Brown Sugar, Lemongrass Single Origin Details: Region: Tana Toraja Varietal: S795 Process: Fully Washed and Sun Dried Elevation: 1400-2000 meters [read more="Read more" less="Read less"] No coffee is an island – though many islands grow coffee. Asian-Pacific grown coffees in particular have reputations for peculiar processing and mixed grades and varieties. In that sense, this sparkly clean Toarco Jaya is an island unto itself – here you’ll find a fully washed coffee in the tradition of Central American coffees, precision size grading, and a single Typica variant. Relatively well distributed throughout Indonesia are the S-type (“S” stands for “selection”) varieties originally developed in India. Often denoted in regionally as “Linie S,” this designation most frequently refers to S-795, aka Jember, a Typica variant that contains some genetic markers from Arabica’s oddball cousin, Coffea Liberica. 12 oz bag[/read]
    $20.00
  • RWP Decaf

    Royal Select Water Process Decaf

    We take as much care in sourcing our decaf coffee as any of our caffeinated coffees. For the best decaf coffee, you have to start with the best coffees which is why we only recommend the Royal Select Water Process. [read more="Read more" less="Read less"] This unique process begins with green coffee beans that are immersed in filtered water in order to extract the caffeine. The caffeine is separated from the water by being passed through charcoal filters. This water contains the soluble flavor compounds of the coffee that are then reintroduced to the beans in the immersing tank. While in the tank the beans reabsorb the filtered water containing the coffee’s original flavors. The result is 99.9% caffeine free and 100% chemical free coffee. We’ve loved all the unique notes of truly great coffee we’ve tasted in all of our Royal Select Water Process coffees! The Royal Select Water Process has been approved by the USDA National Organic Program to decaffeinate our Organic/Fair Trade Certified coffees. 12 oz bag[/read]
    $14.50