Single Origin Coffees

Ethiopian coffees have a rich, wild, winey character. Moka is actually a port in Yemen. Moka Harrar is the original mocha flavor, which is now confused with chocolate.

Indonesian coffees have a full-bodied, heavier earthiness best represented by the Sumatran coffees. These coffees tend to be gutsy and smooth in the darker roasts.

Central & South American coffees are light and mild in character, having a pleasant flavor and aroma recognized by most people.

African coffees tend to have a sharp, winey character similar to Ethiopians. Kenya best represents the true African coffee taste.