Whole Bean Roasted Central American Coffee
Coffees from Central America bring the most complete characteristics to the cup: an elusive balance of taste, body and aroma. From the easy-going Mexico to the more robust Costa Rica, there is a taste to please every palate.
Our Central American Options
Mexico Pluma Altura
Veracruz/Chiapas/Oaxaca Pluma Altura — A light cup, with a delicate tang and pleasing bouquet. This high altitude Mexican coffee, grown in the southwestern coastal mountains, produces an incredibly flavorful, well-balanced cup.
This Strictly Hard Bean (SHB) is a grade of Guatemalan coffee grown above 5000 ft. This coffee possesses a full body and a distinct, bright flavor. Good on its own or blended with another favorite.
A fine, medium roasted Latin American coffee, noted for its nutty flavor, well-balanced body and acidity, coupled with a pleasing bouquet.
The most popular of the Central Americans, it is named for the central highland town near the ancient capital. This coffee is highly prized for its spicy flavor with medium body and balanced acidity.
Jamaica Blue Mountain
Coffee drinkers often ask, “What is the best coffee in the world?” While there isn’t one coffee growing region that suits everyone’s taste, Blue Mountain from Jamaica is indeed sought after. Such a pleasing balance of body, acidity, and flavor.
El Salvador SHG
Grown at over 3000ft. These beans possess a balance of light flowery acidics, exceptional aromatics and a medium body.