Our latin american coffees often present delicate and intricate flavors within a 'mild' cup. They usually have a medium body and medium acidity coated with chocolate and caramel notes. If you're seeking a nuanced cup with room to explore during each sip, you're in the right region.
Guatemala Finca El Injerto - Bourbon
Plum, dark chocolate, orange, and grapefruit notes complement this buttery, structured cup supported by honey and brown sugar sweetness. Arturo aguirre and son arturo jr. Continue to nourish their bourbon in huehuetenango. Each year, we marvel at the exquisite cup profile they consistently create with their conscientious cultivation and processing. In their continuing efforts to update workers' housing, the aguirre's replaced traditional wood stoves with healthier, safer and more efficient gas cooking stoves this year. They also installed a micro hydroelectric power plant which supports the entire farm, all housing and the mill.
12 Oz. Ba$17.25
Guatemala Bella Vista
A touch of citrus and plum accent a cup reminiscent of a creamy, cherry and vanilla cola. Luis pedro zelaya and his family own and run bella vista mill in antigua. This lot represents coffee processed at the mill and cultivated by smallholder producers in the areas surrounding the volcanoes of antigua. It is traditionally fermented in tanks, washed, and then carefully dried on tiered, covered parabolic beds. Careful attention is paid to each detail of processing and dry milling which enables better transparency for each micro lot.
12 Oz Ba$16.50
Guatemala Finca El Injerto Pacamara
A lavender aroma unfolds into an elegant, buttery and balanced cup with juicy notes of pink grapefruit, melon, apricot and honey. The aguirre's named the section of their farm where they cultivate pacamara pandora's block. Unlike the box with a similar name, this block nourishes a sweet, balanced and floral variety: pacamara, a hybrid derived from pacas and maragogype which creates a perfect marriage of bourbon and typica. We're pleased to welcome back this lot from injerto.
12 Oz. Bag$36.00
Colombia Nariño Borderlands
Stone fruit, juicy, complex. The nariño borderlands coffee project organizes farmers and provides incentives to focus on excellence by establishing relationships with buyers who willingly pay premiums for quality. This groundbreaking project will establish the first farmer-organized washing stations in nariño. Historically, coffee from this area got bulked and traceability to individual farmers was lost. This year, our borderlands project lot comes from the piedra blanca community in the samaniego municipality from a remote and difficult to access area of nariño.
12 Oz Bag$18.00
Butterscotch, tangerine, almond. Cariamanga's community of farmers cultivated this lot of typica, caturra and bourbon varieties on their small farms in the arid mountainous landscape of the loja province. We're delighted to strengthen our relationship with procafeq in our second year exclusively purchasing cariamanga's coffee. More producers contributed to this lot as stumptown's incentive based buying structure gains traction in the community. The producers have continued to invest in processing with improvements to plant health and their raised bed drying infrastructure.
12 Oz Bag$18.00
The birthplace of coffee produces our most exotic coffees, and it's no wonder we use words like 'berry,' 'merlot,' and 'orchid' to describe their flavors and aromas. Our african coffees are the starlets of our menu - bright, engaging, and, okay, sexy.
Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Chelbessa
A jasmine fragrance complements bergamot oil and succulent peach in this complex cup with the taste and texture of honeydew. We're pleased to welcome chelbessa back for their second year of processing. The farmers at this privately owned washing station near worka in the gedeb district of the gedeo zone carefully select the cherry they purchase. Their location clearly defines cherry buying, since the mill sits in a basin surrounded by the farms of the 1,000 farmers who contributed to this lot. They fermented the coffee under water for 48 hours, washed and graded it in channels, soaked it quickly, skin dried it then fully dried it on raised beds.
12 Oz Bag$16.50
Lemonade, hops and peach juice intertwine in this syrupy cup. The duromina cooperative , founded in 2010, just increased their membership to 271. They plan to build a third washing station with some of their premiums from this year. They cultivate their coffee in the highlands just west of jimma. After depulping and demucilaging, the coffee beans are soaked overnight and then laid to dry on raised drying beds.
12 Oz Bag$16.50
Rwanda Huye Mountain
Melon, cocoa, golden raisin. Huye mountain is a washing station and project undertaken by two of stumptown's oldest friends in east africa: david rubanzangabo and tim schilling. Access to clean water impacts communities more than any other improvement, hands down. Rubanzangabo, rwanda trading and stumptown funded a water station to provide easier water access for the community and a sufficient water supply for the washing station. Before this project, the community had to walk almost two kilometers for fresh water.
12 Oz Bag$17.25
The high altitude, tropical climate, and rich soil of the pacific islands lends our indonesian coffees their nutty, herbal characteristics.
Indonesia Sulawesi Toarco Toraja
Lemon, hops, vanilla. Smallholder farmers from the mountain areas of sapan, perangian, ke'pe, minanga and pango pango produce this washed processed coffee at the toarco company's pedamaran estate and wet mill. The toarco company uses japanese rice driers to finalize the drying of coffee parchment rather than drying in the sun or with coffee driers, a technique unique to toarco. The driers gently and slowly reduce the moisture in the beans which stabilizes the coffee without heating it up too much or too quickly.
12 Oz Bag$18.00
Indonesia Bies Penantan
Dark chocolate, clove, mint. For the second year running, the ketiara co-op constructed this lot from the bies penantan community, situated along the shores of lake tawar. Ketiara obtained organic certification for the farmers in the bies penantan community. They renovated their entire mill and updated some of their processing equipment. They purchased new sorting equipment which improved the quality of the bies penantan lot. Their efforts produced a beautiful example of sumatran coffee at its best.
12 Oz Bag$18.00
Our blends offer the familiarity of an old friend year round. Carefully crafted for consistency, these blends create a balance of flavors you'll enjoy.
Coffees from every major producing region provide the individual components of this complex sweet and savory blend which yields flavors of milk chocolate, caramel, jasmine, meyer lemon, apricot and pineapple. Hair bender is a complex blend featuring coffee from all three of the major growing regions; latin america, east africa and indonesia. We devote constant attention to hair bender and are proud of its status as our most popular coffee. We often say our dedication to coffee at the farm level, including how the coffee is grown, picked, separated and processed is what sets stumptown apart. The hair bender is no exception to this rule.
12 Oz Bag$14.00
Holler Mountain Blend
A syrupy, heavy body supports dark toned notes of blackberry, hazelnut and toffee in our holler mountain. Holler mountain blend features certified organic coffees from central and south america, east africa and indonesia. As with all of our coffees, the producers who contribute their coffee to this blend devote attention to the cultivation and processing of the coffee. This popular organic offering flourishes as a versatile blend designed to perform well in a variety of brew methods. From its inception, we built this blend to produce a dynamic, yet integrated organic espresso option that would remain stable year round and provide an approachable cup. It displays a subtle resemblance to our hair bender blend, but fills out the low end with a heavier body and rich, chocolate sweetness.
12 Oz Bag$15.00
Our direct trade house blend is sweet and supremely balanced coffee good for drinking any time of day. Floral and toasted nut aromas are met by ripe fruit and milk chocolate flavors with a sweet and snappy finish. Our direct trade house blend is constructed with some of the world's finest latin american and east african coffees. The blend's components rotate seasonally in order to capture their peak flavor. Floral and nutty in fragrance, house blend exudes perfect balance and an inviting sweetness that pair to create the quintessential coffee experience.
12 Oz Bag$14.25
Dark chocolate and brown sugar headline the flavors in a blend geared to please the most discerning of dark roast fans. Our french roast incorporates some of our finest latin american coffees. Each component of this dark roasted blend meshes perfectly to create a balanced and full bodied coffee.
12 Oz Bag$15.00
Stumptown Blend Trio
3 bags (1/2 pound each), gift box included
Tim Root Set
Trapper Creek Decaf
Caramel, raisin, buttery. We're proud to present a decaf offering with increased control and transparency within the supply chain which leads to a higher quality cup. Swiss water process uses a chemical-free decaffeination process with a water filtration system that removes virtually all of the caffeine from the beans. Our trapper creek tastes so good you'll doubt you're drinking decaf.
12 Oz Bag$15.00
Stumptown & Mast Brothers
12 oz rwanda huye mountain, 2.5 Oz mast brothers stumptown chocolate, gift box