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Antigua (Guatemalan) 12 oz: Distinct aromas, reminiscent of spicy cacao, give way to a delicate buttery brown sugar taste and mysteriously smoky finish.
Espresso Primavera 12 oz: A new profile Italian style espresso bringing 3 single origin coffees from South America and Africa to Buon Giorno. This full bodied blend is produced entirely from Direct Trade beans and gives a hint of apricot to a melange of cocoa and smooth thick crema. Ideal for home espresso, but also delicious as a rich French Press brew.
Konga Yirgacheffe (Ethiopia) 12 oz:
Yirgacheffe offers a cultivated cup, that initiates with juicy Meyer lemon & jasmine high notes, before moving into a smooth sweetness like molasses.
Watuha AA (Kenya) 12 oz: The small Watuha cooperative have an emphasis on preserving biodiversity and retaining good shade for coffee cultivation. Aromas of Raspberry jam and Blackcurrant give way to a mixed fruit flavor hinting at plum wine, raspberry, currant and pomegranate.
Decaf Peru - Swiss Water 12 oz:
Swiss Water is one of the few wholly natural decaffeination methods; revealing a mild, slightly fruity, butterscotch laden decaf alternative.
Strong Tower (El Salvador) 12 oz: A high grown coffee grown under a natural shade canopy. The farm supports a resident children's home as part of their contribution to the community. The coffee is an excellent smooth Central with hints of chocolate, a caramel sweetness and smooth satisfying aftertaste. Strong Tower Children's Home
Costa Rica Willow 12 oz: This darkly roasted bean is quite the conundrum of unique qualities: raisin aromas, buttery undertones, & a touch of walnut. And yet, a favorite!
Altura (Mexican) 12 oz: True to form, this high-grown organic Mexican variety glories in semisweet chocolate overtones accented by honey dew melon.
Casa Nostra Blend 12 oz: A surprisingly diverse flavor profile (for a breakfast blend) that exudes toasted nut aromas, milk chocolate subtleties, and a balanced inviting sweetness.
Bob-O-Link Fortaleza 12 oz: Bob-O-Link is a bird that migrates from the US to Northern Brazil in the Winter and the name was chosen by a family who developed the farm from where this excellent coffee derives. The coffee is a wonderful tasting Brazil flavored with chocolate and nut, enhanced by a hint of gentle acidity. It is produced by a group of families who have a focus on sustainable and organic farming. History of Bob-O-Link Coffee
Sumatra Mandheling 12 oz: Boasting pungent herbal aromas and a full, syrupy mouthfeel the flavor itself is heavy with earthy cocoa notes.
Hutwe Bukununu 12 oz (Congo): From the Kawa Kabuya Cooperative, this unusually sweet tasting coffee is our first from the Congo. Aromas of sweet cocoa, raisin and a hint of lemon. The flavor has an unusual sweetness mainly hinting at vanilla, praline, chocolate and sugar cookie