Our coffee

Summer St.

Rwanda Karenge Coffee Villages
This coffee is not extreme in any direction – it’s not highly acidic, floral or nutty. At the same time, all these things are, however, present. This is a good everyday coffee; it will not surprise, but it will endear. One of its prime characteristics is sweetness – in a coffee-sense of the word. It has a pleasant and pronounced body or mouthfeel, an interesting accompaniment to its brightness.

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LoveJoy

Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Gedeb Asasa
This is a real knock-your-socks-off dry process Ethiopian coffee, with plenty of flavor characteristics that can make your first encounter with a premium coffee like this so utterly memorable. This coffee has a bold, complex fragrance even in the whole bean, and it stays that way through grinding, offering its fruity and flowery apricot-like aroma right through to the brewed cup. It’s a bright coffee, but not overly acidic. Let this one cool in the cup to experience the full range of flavor it possesses.

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Delaware

Ethiopian Sidama-Limu SWP Decaf Blend (decaf)
Relative to run-of-the-mill caffeinated coffees, this coffee is a taste powerhouse. You could indeed forget you are drinking decaf! Regular decaf drinkers may think they have been served ‘real’ coffee by mistake. This coffee actually tastes quite a bit like our caffeinated Ethiopian, but without the high flower and fruit notes. It retains some brightness and a definite sweetness while the robust low nutty tones are revealed after the rigors of decaffeination.