Light and Subtle


Our popular lighter coffees are characterized by their mild and delicate flavor and are complemented by a light or medium roast. Both mellow and satisfying, these coffees are sure to please every palate.

100% Kona

Our popular lighter coffees are characterized by their mild and delicate flavor and are complemented by a light or medium roast. Both mellow and satisfying, these coffees are sure to please every palate.


Profile

Smooth-bodied with a nutty aroma and a sweet finish.


Place

Mt. Hualalai, Kona coast, Hawaii. The geographic indication of Kona Coffee is registered to the State of Hawaii. Only genuine Kona from this region is legally allowed to be labeled as Kona coffee.


People

A mixture of Island culture and transplants from the Mainland U.S. who are sincere and casual, yet very serious about their coffee.


Process

Coffee fruit is processed from small and medium sized farms alike. There are a limited number of processing facilities, so most small farm coffee is purchased by the larger mills or milled under contract.


Pairing

Fresh blueberries or blackberries, blueberry muffins.


Brazil Cerrado

Our Brazilian coffee is "Specialty Grade" natural (dry processed) coffee from the Cerrado region of Brazil, the world's largest coffee producing country.


Profile

Soft bodied with earthy flavor and subtle walnut notes.


Place

Cerrado region, Brazil.


People

Brazil is the largest producer of coffee in the world. The Cerrado region is well known for its uniquely processed coffee.


Process

Natural dry-processed coffee uses a unique method which requires the trees to be nourished by water beyond the ripeness of the cherries. This process requires twice as much time because the fruit has to ripen, darken and dry on the branch. This is by far one of the most unique and elaborate ways to process coffee, offering a nicely fruity and bright aftertaste.


Pairing

Fresh bananas, dates, banana nut muffin, carrot cake.


Jamaica Blue Mountain

Our Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee is grown at the Mavis Bank Estate - one of four certified coffee producers of Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee. Established in 1885, this estate utilizes only spring water to sort the green beans, which are then put to sleep for 3-4 months at 3000 feet where the coffee begins to develop, becoming a greenish blue color.


Profile

Light-bodied with a spicy aroma, balanced flavor and a complex finish. Typical soft lush Caribbean profile with less acidity than Kona, but more complex.


Place

Blue Mountains, Jamaica.


People

Established in the 1930's by Victor Munn, Mavis Bank was rebuilt by Munn's nephew Keble Munn in the late 1950s. The Munn family still presides over the operations today, processing fruit from the original property along with fruit delivered by thousands of nearby farmers.


Process

Fully washed and 100% patio dried in the sun, most Jamaican Blue Mountain is comprised of fruit from different farms over a broad region. The beans are processed at Wallenford Estate, a facility owned by the Coffee Board. Like Kona, the use of the name is affiliated with a specific region by law. Our Jamaican is a more specific product processed at the Mavis Bank Central Factory at the proper elevation.


Pairing

Fresh Peaches or strawberries, blueberry muffin.


House Blend

Our House Blend is a combination of natural and washed Central and South American coffees. This longtime customer favorite combines brightness and softness for a flavor and aroma that everyone can enjoy.


Profile

Light-bodied with a subtle fruity aroma and buttery finish.


Place

Costa Rica, Colombia and Brazil


People

This blend is over one hundred years old!


Process

Costa Rican coffee is a wash processed, while both Colombian and Brazilian are dry processed.


Pairing

Fresh peaches, nectarines or plums, currant or raisin scone.