Single Origin

Our beans are responsibly sourced from the hidden jewels around the world and each profile is roasted to perfection. We tailor our roast techniques to the unique elements of the bean to give you the purest flavors from each region.


Roast Level: Medium 
Varietal: Typica & Catimore
Process: Fully Washed
Region: Savan Zombie
Elevation: 1300m
Tasting Notes: Dark Chocolate, Tobacco Leaf, Full-Bodied
Vintage: September 2021 - January 2022

A Brief History

Up until the 1950s, Haiti was the 3rd highest exporter of green coffee in the world. Natural disaster and political unrest made for a tumultuous time after the 50s for coffee production, which led to a huge decline in production until recent years. The pride of the Haitian people and the willingness of outside influencers to reinvest into a once thriving agricultural market is how Haiti will become a key player in the coffee world once again. The proof is in the cup!

A Taste of Haiti

Rich in flavor and historical significance, what we drink from Haiti today is very much identical to what original farmers and growers drank over 300 years ago.

Dominican Republic

Roast Level: Medium (418F)
Varietal: Red Caturra
Process: Full Natural 
Region: Jarabacoa
Elevation: 1400m above sea level
Tasting Notes: Banana, Strawberry, Cherry, Funky
Vintage: September 2021 - May 2022

A Brief History

Cibao is the main cultivating region in the Puerto Plata region of the country. Huge exports from this area started to take off in 1872 and was a booster for the small farmer economy that dominates production style. Most lots are single family owned and we, in particular, use the Ramirez estate out of Jarabacoa. A beautiful regions in the middle of the country. A lot of Dominican farms utilise Haitian labor due to the lack of jobs in Haiti, which helps the entire Isle of Hispaniola.

A Taste of Dominican Republic

The Ramirez estate in which we work with is highly socially conscious. They use their fermented coffee cherries to produce natural gas that powers their entire operation! With this in mind, they highly value the concept of quality in everything they do, which shows in their beautiful processed Red Honey coffee that we so happen to offer.  


Roast Level: Medium 
Varietal: Caturra and Red Catuai
Process: Washed
Region: Two Birds Coffee, Finca Esperanza, La Morenita
Elevation: 1400m asl (4593ft)
Tasting Notes: Walnut, Peanut Butter, Wheatgrass, Brown Sugar
Vintage: December 2021-April 2022

A Brief History

Located in Central America, Guatemala has spent its history after colonization ebbing and flowing through various different commodity exports. After the 1850s coffee became one of the highest exported goods from Guatemala, which also made it a highly politicized agricultural commodity from here on out. Becoming one of the fiercest regions for quality standards, Guatemala maintains its position in a global market for a premium product. Here is an excerpt from our Direct Trade partners from Two Birds Coffee: 

 “The Two Birds Family has been in the coffee industry for quite a while. It was three generations ago that a woman, the wife of a humble foreman, decided to start a small tailoring business in Guatemala. With her earnings and a sharp mind, she quickly recognized the need for coffee beans- so she bought some, and sold them. Eventually she had saved up enough to buy some land, and on that land she planted coffee. While it has been passed down throughout generations, the love for the land and the commitment to the craft has always remained the same.”

A Taste of Guatemala

Focusing on the earth from which the coffee trees grow makes a huge difference in how the cherry will eventually taste as a final, drinkable product. The fertilizers are currently made from all natural compost that have been made into a "tea" and aerated. This natural fertilizer gives local flora a strong food source from which to grow, furthering the connection the coffee has with our land. Which is why we focus so strongly on Single Origin.


Roast Level: Light Medium
Varietal: Heirloom Typica
Process: Natural
Lot: Sidamo
Region: Oromia
Elevation: 2000m - 2100m
Tasting Notes: Watermelon, Raspberry, Lemon, Floral
Vintage: 2022

A Brief History

The origin of coffee can be traced back to Ethiopia centuries ago. The country is known as the mother of the heirloom varietal and provides coffee connoisseurs with a look back to how coffee was originally consumed. Coffee starts as a cluster of cherries grown from a tree and then handpicked and steeped with the cherry still surrounding the seed within. Original coffee drinkers would have equited it to more of a tea in its origin state. Coffee consumption has evolved to what it is today, while still holding on to some of those original flavors. Now we know the Yirgacheffe region of the country for being one of the highest exporters of gourmet coffees in the world.

A Taste of Ethiopia

The flavor that comes out of coffees grown in Ethiopia are highly unique compared to “traditional” regions such as Colombia or Guatemala. Once a consumer tastes the fruity/floral notes and the delicate/smooth body their mind tends to stray from the original concept of what coffee means. We love accenting those eccentric flavors!


Roast Level: Medium 
Varietal: Typica/ Red Caturra
Process: Washed
Region: Two Birds Coffee, Finca Esperanza, La Morenita
Elevation: 1400m asl (4593ft)
Tasting Notes: Walnut, Peanut Butter, Wheatgrass, Brown Sugar
Vintage: December 2021-April 2022

Roast Level: Medium roast 

Varietal: Typica/Red Caturra

Process: Washed

Region: David Nunez, Lot 1, Cajamarca

Elevation: 1800m-1900m above sea level

Tasting Notes: Dried Mango, lemon, cinnamon

Vintage: March 2021 - September 2021

A Brief History

Peru has one of the most diverse climates of all the coffee producing regions around the world, which is what gives her coffee such a unique flavor. As early as 1700, coffee was being produced by indigenous peoples due to Spanish colonial influence. This is a common thread in coffee producing regions. The specific region in which we source focuses on gender equality, which lends to a more fair distribution of land for male and female producers. The growth of coops helps these men and women and with that the entire Peruvian economy bolsters around the export of high quality, fair trade coffees.

A Taste of Peru

Peruvian coffee is known for its clarity, brightness and depth of flavor in the cup. It boasts some of the most organic coffees exported over any other region, and with an intense focus back on quality over quantity, the region is thriving.