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Single Origin Coffees

Ethiopia Guji Natural Process - Light Roast Ethiopian Coffee

$15.00
"Fruit bomb" is the name of the game with Ethiopian naturals such as this. "Natural process" refers to what happens to coffee cherries after they are picked from trees during harvest. Whole cherries are dried in the sun on raised beds with screened bottoms over a number of days. As the fruit decomposes, sugars are produced, some of which penetrate the seeds at the center...
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Colombia - Nariño Galeras - Light-Medium Roast Colombian Coffee

$15.00
Nariño Galeras at a glance Flavor notes: Caramel, Cherry, Citrus, Milk Chocolate Roast level: Light-Medium Recommended brewing method: Pour over or Drop, Single Origin Espresso Origin: Colombia, Nariño region Farms: 200 smallholder farms in the region, farms averaging less than 1 hectares each (~2.5 acres) Altitude: 1800-1900 masl (~5,900-6,200 ft) Processing method: Washed Sourcing partner: Genuine Origin
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The Stumbling Monkey - Whiskey Barrel-Aged Ethiopian Coffee

$20.00
Spirit & Barrel: Four Roses Kentucky Bourbon, American oak barrel - Four Roses Distillery - Lawrenceburg, KY Beer aged after spirit, prior to coffee: GAZPROM! Russian imperial stout from Lion Bridge Brewing Co. - Cedar Rapids, Iowa Unroasted coffee beans are aged 4-8 weeks prior to roasting Coffee Info Tasting notes: Vanilla, chocolate, boozy notes balanced with toffee, cocoa, a sweet and a smooth mouthfeel Country: Ethiopia Region: Yirgacheffe - Guji zone, Shakiso...
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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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Divine Inspiration - Direct Trade Nicaraguan Medium Roast Coffee

$15.00
Divine Inspiration is a coffee produced by the community of Las Nubes ("The Clouds"), on the department (state) borders of Matagalpa & Jinotega. We have sourced coffee from the Las Nubes community since our founding in 2015, and have made visits to farmer-partner families to see firsthand the level of care they put into growing this delicious coffee. We have made visits to...
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Papua New Guinea Kula Peaberry - Direct Trade Light-Medium Roast Coffee

$15.00
Papua New Guinea is an island nation north of Australia, and positioned at the end of a string of islands coming off the southeastern tip of the Asian continent. PNG has not been well-known for high-quality Specialty Coffee production, but our Direct Trade partner there, Benchmark Coffee Traders, recognized an opportunity to produce higher-end coffees on the Sigri estate that benefit producers by selling into higher-end...
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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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About Single Origin Coffees

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!