Our Mission

To consistently deliver products that will live up to our name, our tradition and our credo. It means that, unlike our competitors, we will not offer an array of coffee, teas and related products for you to choose on our website but instead we will present only a few items, but with the highest quality, grade and standards possible in the market.

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La Minita Tarrazu estate is where our beans came from. They grow Arabica beans between 4,000 and 6,000 feet above sea level, on a plantation with a unique micro-climate, whose production has been prized in Europe for more than half a century. Well known for its smoothness and richness of the beans. We roast it medium light to exploit all the characteristic of this premium coffee

Hibiscus, Lemon peel, orange peel, rosehips, and rose petals with Lemon flavor

If you love the taste and aroma of hazelnut coffee, our hazelnut flavored coffee are just what you've been waiting for ,the nutty flavor of fresh hazelnut! We use only high quality flavorings -- carefully balanced to mildly enhance the already wonderful, natural coffee

Sumatra Mandheling coffee beans come from the Indonesian island of Sumatra. Considered as some of the smoothest coffees in the world, Sumatran beans are very low in acidity and feature a heavy body with some distinct chocolaty undertone. Dark Sumatra is very popular in the American Northwest, and is a regular offering of some of the finest coffee shops

We prepare this flavored coffee in the Mexican tradition. When brewed, it releases all the beautiful ingredients of the Mexican recipe such as an earthy mixture of Viennese-roast coffee from the Mexican Chapas region, cinnamon, anise seeds and poloncillo (mexican dark brown sugar)

Grown in the Guatemala coffee district of Antigua in the central highlands, this coffee is aromatic and fragrant with a medium body. Guatemala's own unique smoky flavor is well balanced with the "spicy twist" you may detect in this coffee. Guatemalan coffee is popular in Europe where it is often used in espresso blends.