Our rotating selection of single origin, fair trade and organic coffees from Texas Coffee Traders
Light Roast of the Month
The perfect balance of sweetness, smoothness, and nutty flavors are accented by slight notes of chocolate in this Guatemalan light roast.
Contrasting the rich sweetness of molasses with the crisp acidity of citrus, this Vienna Roast from Honduras offers notes of chocolate and wine.
Flavors of rich chocolate and exhilarating spice mark this coffee grown in the closest coffee region to Texas.
Snappy and sassy, our Brazil Blonde is a peanut-buttery delight with pleasantly bright acidity.
February: Gato Rubio
The only multi-origin coffee in our rotation, the Gato Rubio blend combines beans from Central America, South America, and Ethiopia to create a uniquely creamy, moderately acidic brew with notes of blueberry and milk chocolate.
From the island of Sumatra in western Indonesia, this moderately acidic Vienna Roast boasts an earthy flavor with a full body and hints of rich dark chocolate.
A medium body with a hint of vanilla and a slight sharpness characterize the flavor of this Vienna Roast from the Pacific coast of South America.
May: Sidamo Blonde
From the southernmost province in Ethiopia, this mildly acidic light roast is characterized by flavors of sweet, fruity wine.
June: Bali Kintamani
Bold chocolate and fruit combine with delicate floral fragrances in this Vienna Roast from the village of Kintamani in Indonesia’s Bali province.
A spicy Vienna Roast from the town of Yirgacheffe in south-central Ethiopia, this fruity coffee presents flavors of wine and wild blackberry.
The earthiest coffee in our rotation, this light roast comes from the island of Timor near the southern end of Indonesia. Expect a medium body and moderate acidity followed by notes of hops, cocoa, and sour green apple.
September: Café Monteverde
Sweet brown sugar, tart lemon, and savory caramel set apart this project coffee grown by Café Monteverde near the Cloud Forest in Costa Rica.