Light Roast of the Month

Our rotating selection of single origin, fair trade and organic coffees from Texas Coffee Traders

November: Honduras

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Contrasting the rich sweetness of molasses with the crisp acidity of citrus, this Vienna Roast from Honduras offers notes of chocolate and wine.

December: Mexico

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Flavors of rich chocolate and exhilarating spice mark this coffee grown in the closest coffee region to Texas.

January: Brazil

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Snappy and sassy, our Brazil Blonde is a peanut-buttery delight with pleasantly bright acidity.

February: Gato Rubio

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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.

March: Sumatra

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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.

April: Peru

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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

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From the southernmost province in Ethiopia, this mildly acidic light roast is characterized by flavors of sweet, fruity wine.

June: Bali Kintamani

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Bold chocolate and fruit combine with delicate floral fragrances in this Vienna Roast from the village of Kintamani in Indonesia’s Bali province.

July: Yirgacheffe

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A spicy Vienna Roast from the town of Yirgacheffe in south-central Ethiopia, this fruity coffee presents flavors of wine and wild blackberry.

August: Timor

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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

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Sweet brown sugar, tart lemon, and savory caramel set apart this project coffee grown by Café Monteverde near the Cloud Forest in Costa Rica.