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Single Origin Coffee

Uganda Kisinga Station Natural Process - Light-Medium Roast Ugandan Coffee

$18.00
Uganda Kisinga Station Natural at a glance Tasting notes: Grape, Raspberry, Winey Origin: Uganda, Rwenzori region Farmers: Bukonzo Farmers Group Tree varieties: SL14, SL28 Elevation: 2100 masl (~6,890 ft) Processing: Natural process Harvest: Sept - Dec 2019 Sourcing partner: Genuine Origin This lot was hand-picked by the Bukonzo Farmers Group in the Kasese District and was dried on raised beds. The group is comprised of members of the Bakonzo tribe and...
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Honey Jaguar - Costa Rica Honey Process Light Roast Coffee

$17.50
Honey Jaguar at a glance Flavor notes: Raspberry, Tropical Fruit, Milk Chocolate Region: Tarrazu Farms: Smallholder farmers in the San Diego Mill community Tree varieties: Caturra & Catuai Altitude: 1500-1900 masl (~4920-6230 ft) Processing method: Honey process Harvest year: 2020 Sourcing partner: Genuine Origin Honey Jaguar is a delicious honey processed coffee from the Tarrazu region of Costa Rica, from the San Diego Mill community. A 10 cent/lb donation...
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China Yunnan Province Fuyan Estate - Light-Medium Roast Chinese Specialty Coffee

$16.00
China is not a country well-known for its coffee production, but a handful of producers and traders are working to change that - and we're happy to be one of the few Specialty roasters in the US to offer this exciting and delicious coffee from the southern Chinese province of Yunnan. Quick Info Flavor notes: Balanced fruit and earthy notes, sweet, tart apple...
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Flight of Fancy: Single Origin coffees, Four 5oz bags

$24.00$30.00
For the coffee adventurer: Taste the diversity of fine specialty coffees from around the globe. The Flight of Fancy at a glance Four 5oz bags (totaling 1.25 lbs) of our select Single Origin Coffees Flight usually includes 1 or 2 of our Direct Trade Coffees Coffee selections change regularly (every 1-2 months) Roast color/level tends to be Light to Light-Medium "Single...
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The Howling Monkey - Tequila Barrel-Aged Nicaraguan Coffee

$15.00$20.00
 Howling Monkey at a Glance Tasting notes: Apple, Chocolate, Subtle Oak & Vanilla Roast level: Light-Medium Origin: Nicaragua, Jinotega region Farms: Multiple smallholder farms in the region Tree varieties: Predominantly Caturra Processing method: Washed process Sourcing partner: Gold Mountain Coffee Growers After a few years of a rousing good time with our whiskey barrel-aged Ethiopian coffee, The Stumbling Monkey, we decided to mix it up a bit....
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Rise Up, Peace Island - Peace Trade Coffee from DR Congo

$16.00
New in 2020! We've established a new sourcing relationship with a social enterprise operating in the DR Congo: Mighty Peace Coffee. This coffee comes from a lot named "Kuibuka," which translates as "Rise Up" in Swahili. Combined with the fact that it was grown on "Peace Island," and the coffee practically named itself. Read more on our new partnership with Mighty Peace Coffee! Rise...
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Papua New Guinea Kula Peaberry - Direct Trade Light-Medium Roast Coffee

$15.00
 Kula Peaberry at a glance Benefits: Earthy note adds accessibility for "regular coffee drinkers," while also showcasing bolder, fruitier notes Direct Trade sourcing benefits producers, farm laborers, and their families & communities (see more below) Tasting notes: Sweet aroma, chocolate & raisin/dried fruit notes, earthy, med-heavy body, syrupy mouthfeel Roast color: Light-Medium Country: Papua New Guinea Region: Waghi Valley Farm: Sigri Estate Tree...
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DECAF Mexico Select - Single Origin Coffee

$14.00
Flavor & Origin Info Flavor notes: Graham cracker sweetness, cocoa, & a touch of fruit notes  Country: Mexico Region: Tapachula, Chiapas Farm: Various smallholder farms Tree varieties: Tipica, Bourbon, Caturra, Mondo Novo, Catuaí Decaffeination method: Mountain water process/MWP Sourcing: Café Imports, Minneapolis MN Decaf does not have to mean 'bad-tasting coffee!' Our importing partner, Café Imports, selects high-grade lots before the decaffeination process...
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Divine Inspiration - Direct Trade Nicaraguan Light-Medium Roast Coffee

$16.00
2019-20 crop SOLD OUT! (Expected restock date: Sept. 2020) Divine Inspiration is a coffee produced by a community of coffee growers in the Jinotega region of Nicaragua. We have sourced coffee for Divine Inspiration from producers in Matagalpa & Jinotega since our founding in 2015, and have made multiple visits to partner-farmer families to see firsthand the level of care they put into...

What customers say about our Single Origin Coffee

I'm a 42 year veteran of office coffee and in the past, coffee was something to give me a kick in the morning after I got to work and was NOT a regular staple at our house. Then I found RSR coffee and tried Nicaragua Divine Inspiration. I had no idea coffee could actually taste this good - It's sweet, it's fruity, it doesn't make your tongue numb. It's like having dessert with breakfast!
--Doug G. - Monroe, IA

 

PNG Kula Peaberry is the best coffee I've ever had! I highly recommend this one if you're looking for an easy sipping, creamy, chocolatey taste.
--Megan S. - Gurnee, IL

 

The Stumbling Monkey is my favorite coffee from RSR. The flavor, the robustness, the smoothness, it just tastes so good! It's good in a cold brew (personal favorite) or hot. If you get any coffee, Get this one. It's sooooo good.
--Devin G. - Cedar Rapids, IA

 

About Single Origin Coffee

Our Single Origin Coffees are products that hail from a single place. The level of specificity for that place can vary, but at the very least these coffees are from a single country. Often they are from individual growing regions, growing communities within a region, or sometimes even all the way down to a single farm!

Single Origin Coffees allow you to experience the vast complexity of flavors contained within the world of high-grade Specialty Coffee. The factors that impact the flavor of a coffee before they even appear at the doorstep of our roasting facility is mind-boggling. Tree types, elevation of the farms, soil types & conditions, climate zone, shade-grown trees vs. full-sun grown, the weather in any particular growing/harvest season, farming practices during growing season, picking practices during harvest season, processing and sorting methods after harvest, and on and on and on. With all this complexity, and all the many different places coffee is grown in tropical climates around the world, you quickly start to see that the “Flavor Journey” when it comes to Specialty Coffee isn’t about the destination, but about the journey itself. Recent scientific research on coffee even indicates that the total possible flavors and combinations of flavors present in coffee far outweigh that of wine!

Here at Ross Street Roasting Co., we actually started out as a “single origin only” business, so Roaster Brian’s heart is deeply invested in the flavor journey of honing his roasting techniques on the new and different Single Origin Coffees that we regularly rotate in and out. But through our 2 Direct Trade partners, we also offer permanent/year-round options like our Nicaragua Divine Inspiration and Papua New Guinea Kula Peaberry coffees. So whether you want to “taste the rainbow” with the rotating list of limited release Single Origins, or develop a new favorite with our two year-round options, you won’t be found lacking for options in this product segment.

In 2018, one of our Direct Trade, Single Origin Coffees won two medals in the national Golden Bean North American roasters competition. A Pacamara Natural Process micro-lot (very limited quantity) produced by 3 farmers in the Jinotega region of Nicaragua, we tasted this coffee on the table while visiting Nicaragua right after harvest and knew we needed to have 1 sack of it (about 150 lbs). It was an extravagant purchase for an extravagant coffee, but it paid off in the end as we were able to win judges and customers over with the exceptional growing, harvesting, and processing of this “extra special” coffee. We intend to make additional purchases and high-end products like that available in the future, so keep an eye out!