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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-...

Honduras Santa Elena Gloria Ventura – Macerated Honey (June 2022)

Honduras Santa Elena Gloria Ventura – Macerated Honey (June 2022)

El Rincon’s four-acre Cataui lot rests in the Honduran community of La Tejera, near the border with El Salvador. Grown up high at 1,560 masl, these coffees mature slower, giving them their sweet time to develop notes that sound like they came st...