African Coffee

African Coffees

The origin place of all coffee, Africa has unique coffee with sweet, fruity, spicy, and exotic flavors. This coffee is often sought by coffee experts due to its unique aromas and overtones, however those new to flavors may find some of them odd-tasting. The only way to really get a feel of them is to try them.

Central American Coffees

Central American coffees are generally light-bodied (the body refers to the thickness or feeling in the mouth). These coffees actually feel ‘lighter’ in your mouth than the heavier Indonesian coffees. They are usually said to have a crisp or bold taste, which refers to the somewhat sharp punch of Central American coffees and relatively high acidity.

South American Coffees

Close relative (literally and figuratively) to Central America, our South American countries tend to have slightly heavier bodies than Central American coffee, with slightly peculiar aromas and overtones. They share the same crisp bold taste, and generally still share the high acidity.

Indonesian/Asian Coffees

Indonesian coffee has a long finish, very heavy body, full flavor, and low acidity. The coffee grown there is highly prized for its taste and smooth finish. Asian Coffee is low in acidity with bold, strong body. These coffee beans are popular with people who love coffee and habitually drink it black to get every bit of flavor from it. The roasts are usually dark to very dark and the flavors are very different from other parts of the world—powerful and robust with a smooth, earthy tone and yet some impart a sweet and flowery essence that is difficult to describe but incredibly delectable.

Decaf Coffees