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Roast some unforgettable coffees from North America. Growing at high altitudes in nutrient rich soil, these green coffee beans from Hawaii and Mexico pack a punch with bold flavors, medium acidity, and hints of sweetness. The unique cupping notes of each blend create a delicious cup of coffee that’s perfect for an early morning, a mid-afternoon pick-me-up, or an after dinner treat. You’ll definitely want to give these bright, fruity, chocolatey coffees a chance.


Hawaiian coffee beans thrive in the tropical climate and rich, volcanic soil, creating two of the world’s most famous coffees – Kona and Kauai coffee. Hawaiian coffee is characterized by an underlying sweetness and bright acidity with notes of nuts, chocolate, and florals. A silky finish is the perfect end to this cup of coffee.

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Mexican coffee beans are grown in mountainous regions, like Oaxaca and Chiapas. This light, tangy, yet rich coffee is well-balanced, full-bodied, and buttery. Most have notes of chocolate and florals. Mexican coffee beans are well worth the time to roast, grind, and brew.

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