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Sumatra Reserve Is Back! An all-time customer favorite, Sumatra Reserve Peaberry is a big, wonderfully tasty coffee grown and processed by the Batak people in the Lintong area south of Lake Toba, the largest volcanic lake on Earth. This clean tasting coffee has medium body, a pleasant snap and rich, satisfying notes of pipe tobacco and cedar with just a hint of sandalwood. Buy Now.     From $14.95.

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Local Delivery Update

September 24, 2016

Next Saturday, October 1, will be a momentous day for our family as Dave's daughter, Kathryn, will be married. We couldn't be happier, but it does make a slight change in our schedule a necessity. This affects both our local and nationwide shipping customers.

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Searching For Sumatra

September 10, 2016

Sumatran coffees hold a special place in my coffee "heart of hearts." The first beans we roasted were Sumatra peaberries and they hooked us at first taste. From that point on we dedicated ourselves to finding not just good coffees from Sumatra, but the absolute best tasting beans we can find -- beans that offer a real difference in quality and flavor, and that don't taste at all like typical Sumatran coffees. By that I mean we simply don't offer beans that taste "earthy," or like the "forest floor," both common descriptors of coffees from this area. Those flavors come from the common post harvest practice called gilling bash in which the beans are spread directly on the ground or...

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Want To Make Better Coffee? Start With Better Water

February 03, 2016

Every cup of coffee is 98% water. To improve your cup, improve the water you use.Every cup of coffee you drink is more than 98 percent water. You can start with the most carefully and skillfully grown, processed and roasted coffees but if your tap water tastes off, or outright bad, you've lost the flavor battle before the first sip.

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