Roaster's Choice

A rolling Ecuadorian hillside with illustrated stars and warped text.

Ecuador Finca Cruz Loma - Pichincha & Imbabura

We’re excited to announce our very first Ecuadorian coffee into Roaster’s Choice history. Experimentation is at the heart of Ecuadorian specialty coffee production, and Galo Morales’ lots are no exception. Grown between 1,400 and 1,700 masl, whe...

Ripe Burundian coffee cherries.

Burundi Gashoho - Bavyeyi Raised Bed Natural

Of all the Roaster’s Choice coffees we’ve sourced over the past four or five years, those from Burundi are always a treat. November’s selection is a Burundi Gashoho, grown sky-high at 1,715 masl by smallholders organized around the Bavyeyi...

A coffee field in San Lorenzo, Bolivia.

Bolivia San Lorenzo - Yulissa Chambi

Grown exceptionally high at 1,525 masl on a 10-acre farm in San Lorenzo, Bolivia, is a coffee unlike any you’ve had before. We taste notes of tiramisu, cherry, and sparkling cider—easily the most eclectic set of notes I’ve seen to date. An...

Papua New Guinea (Peaberry) - Wahgi Valley Kimel Estate

Papua New Guinea (Peaberry) - Wahgi Valley Kimel Estate

This month’s Roaster’s Choice selection is as rare and eclectic as they come. Wahgi Valley Kimel Estate is grown at a whopping 1,580 masl in the Western Highlands of Papua New Guinea. At this elevation, coffee matures much more slowly, giv...

Landscape photo of Colombia.

Colombia Huila

While there’s no doubt that the coffee beans from Colombia are synonymous with the traditional flavor of coffee, this Colombian Huila is anything but traditional, boasting notes of almond brittle, passion fruit, and cherry. These eclectic ...

Red coffee cherries on the branch in Timor-Leste.

Timor-Leste Eratoi

With notes of fudge brownie, Necco Wafer, and mango, this exclusive coffee sounds like it came straight out of the candy aisle. Instead of overhead fluorescents, though, these beans get to bask in the high-altitude glory of tropical Timor-...