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Our Varietals

  • Red Bourbon
    Around early 18th century (1708) the French planted Moka coffee trees on the island of Bourbon (now called Réunion) in the middle of the Indian Ocean. The Bourbon mutated from the Moka coffee trees into a new variety due to the new climatic conditions. Bourbon coffees are known for their full sweetness, creamy mouthfeel and deep subtleness.
  • Yellow and Orange Bourbon
    These two varieties are rare mutations of the red bourbon. They have a more extreme juicy and fruity taste.
  • Pacas
    Pacas is variety of Typica bred in El Salvador by the Pacas family.
  • Pacamara
    Pacamara is a hybrid between the Typica mutation Pacas and Maragogipe. It was bred in El Salvador in 1958 probably to achieve a Typica variety that produces larger beans.


Where you can find our coffees 


    Barefoot Coffee (CA, USA)       Terarosa Coffee (Gangneung, South Korea)



        Coffee Slingers (OK, USA)                             Square One (PA, USA)



            Zoka Coffee (WA, USA)                                  OQ Coffee (NJ, USA)


                  Cup to Cup Coffee

          Alabaster Coffee  (PA)                                        


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