probably one of the world's rarest and most expensive coffee but also considered to be one of the world's best. cultivated on terraces clinging to the steeps sides of the blue mountains, this coffee makes a well rounded, acid, and aromatic drink.
"Papouasie" From New Guinea
very fine "arabica" variety cultivated by a small grower at an altitude of 1800 meters, this coffee is well rounded, full-bodied, slightly perfumed, with a touch of acidity.
"Yrgasheffe" From Ethiopia
ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee. from one of the few low yielding plantations, this excellent coffee is smooth, mild, and very aromatic, with strong floral notes.
"Pico" From San Cristobal (Colombia)
produced in the dupar valley in the northern part of colombia, it is grown in volcanic soil, and makes a smooth lightly flavored, very fine aromatic, and slightly acidic coffee.
"Blue Tawar" From Sumatra
excellent coffee grown on the banks of lake tawar in the northern part of the island of sumatra, this coffee is well balanced, mild, full bodied, without any acidity.
"Lago Azul" From Guatemala
a real "guenine antiqua" produced on volcanic soil, using water from the "lago azul" volcano; it is a well balanced, full-bodied, with a slightly acidic and aromatic taste.
"Kilimandjaro" From Kenya
this coffee comes from a plantation located just a few steps from the kilimandjaro mountain at the kenya border. this coffee produces a very fine drink much sought after by those appreciating it's well developed taste.
Mare Rouge" From Haitian Decaffeinated
pure haitian coffee, being grown on the "mare rouge" plantation in the region of tiote, port-au-prince province, this coffee retains is strength and its delicious aroma when decaffeinated. very well defined crisp acid taste, medium bodied with clean, lively flavors and very aromatic cup.
Kopi Luwak From Indonesia
this is the coffee that beats them all in uniqueness of flavor, rarity and strangeness of processing. this coffee is so rare that there is perhaps only as little as 500 lbs of it available per year. kopi luwak comes from the islands of sumatra, java, and sulawesi, which are part of the idonesian archipelago's island chain. processed by the digestive enzymes of the tree-dwelling paradoxurus, this coffee is the rarest coffee in the world. the flavor is unusual earthy and musty tone that is heavy bodied. it is almost syrupy with a unique aroma.