HOW IT WORKS
Globally Curated Coffee
exotic & premium coffee selection
Roasted Fresh & Delivered To Your Door
experience coffee from around the world
A World Tour Of Amazing Coffee
unique coffee of the month club
IN THE PRESS
WHY OUR COFFEE?
SINGLE ORIGIN COFFEE
We source premium single origin coffee from farms around the world and pay well above market prices for the beans, helping to ensure ethically sustainable farming practices and the highest quality coffee year after year.
Each batch is artfully roasted to explore and accentuate flavors unique to each region. Our mission is to convey the diverse tasting notes organic to the region where our coffee is farmed.
Travel the world One cup at a time
COSTA RICA - TARRAZU
Our Costa Rican coffee comes from the coffee region called Tarrazu. Tarrazu is a coffee farming community that lies deep in the heart of the Costa Rican hillside. Tarrazu is one of the world's premier coffee growing regions due to its rich volcanic soil, temperate climate and ideal drainage for coffee farming provided by the mountain-side.
BRAZIL - CERRADO
Our Brazilian coffee highlights all the flavors you would expect from the largest coffee producer in the world. Brazilians have culturally grown to love speciality coffee. A recent survey done showed that Brazilians drink over 79 liters of coffee per year!
INDONESIA - SUMATRA
Indonesia offers some of the best coffee in the world. It is often forgotten because of its remote location, but it is actually the fourth largest coffee producer in the world. Coffee production began during Indonesia’s colonial days and has remained one of the largest economic drivers for the multi-island nation.
ETHIOPIA - SIDAMO
The Sidamo region of Ethiopia is one of the oldest coffee growing regions in the world, rumored to date back to the 9th Century. In fact, many people consider it to be the birth place of coffee as the world knows and loves it today. The Ethiopians love their coffee so much that even though they are the 7th largest producers of coffee in the world they consume more than half of it domestically!