Costa Rica Coffee

Richness of Costa Rican Coffee Those Costa Rican coffees that arrive in the United States are typically mountain grown SHB (Strictly Hard Bean) varieties grown in the central part of the country near San Jose. Those popular varieties include Tarrazu, Tres Rios, Poas,...

Sumatra Coffee

Exotic Sumatra Coffees of Indonesia The exotic Sumatra coffees of Indonesia are a tropical coffee where you’ll taste more earthy, full bodied, complex flavors that have a low acidity and smooth flavor. Many connoisseurs find its spicy and musty accents very...

Guatemalan Coffee

Mountain Shade Grown Coffees Guatemala is the most northern country in Central America and experiences some of the most diverse climates in the region. Its varied terrain and climate provides many advantages to growing coffee, including volcanic soil, temperature and...

Kenyan Coffee

Kenyan Coffee Kenyan coffee is gaining popularity because of the rich and complex flavors it has to offer in the bean. I am sure you know about the type of the beans before you brew your first pot and if you are a true lover of Java,. It’s really great to...

Ethiopian Coffee

The Unique Taste of Ethiopian Coffee The first use of coffee allegedly traces back as far as the 9th Century in the highlands of Ethiopia in eastern Africa. Legend has it that Ethiopian shepherds first noticed that goats “dancing” and become livelier after...