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Costa Rica - Tarrazu
Another Vienna Roast, offering a sweet smooth cup, rich and reminiscent of bakers chocolate.

Vienna Roast – Dark chocolate, nougat

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Decaf Peru - Pangoa
The Peruvian American Roast is often described as straight-ahead, big, round, full-bodied, and nutty.

The French Roasted Peruvian surprises you with its lingering satisfying smoky aftertaste

The Espresso Roast provides a unique combination of sweetness, sharpness, and a surprising velvety finish.

*(FTO) Fair Trade Organic

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Decaf Sumatra – Gayo Mountain
With sweet earthy aromatics, Sumatra has a well-deserved reputation as a full bodied and syrupy coffee with sweet soft acidity and distinct fruity and earthy characteristics. While the American Roast certainly mirrors this reputation, with that big round full body and bright acidity, the French Roast goes further with that heavy semi-sweet earthiness you'd expect from Sumatra.

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Ethiopian Yrgacheffe
The Yirgacheffe growing area is located in south-central Ethiopia and the region’s farmers produce some of the most distinctive and best coffee in the world. We usually end up with a couple of different lots from different growing partners during the year. This gives us the opportunity to show all Yirgacheffe has to offer.

Full City Roast – Honey, floral, red plum, tea-like finish
French - Roast - unsweetened chocolate, sharp, lingering finish

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Full House Blend
Big and Bold, yet somehow slyly smooth and smoky, a little musky, full bodied with stay alert flavor, this blend provides that feeling of a caffeine jolt without the usual jitters. Originally blended as a special promotional blend for brother-in-law Ashley Adams’ House of Cards Radio online and on-air radio program, Full House Blend won’t help you fill an inside straight but it will get you that winning feeling in every cup. And you can take that to the bank.

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Honduran Comsa Espresso Roast
This is the darkest in our dark roast repertoire. Like the Full City version, the Comsa Espresso Roast is big and round, and it’s heavy, like the French Roast, but it’s the savory sweet velvety flavor that surprises and satisfies.

*(FTO) Fair Trade Organic

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Honduras - Comsa
The light roast brews smooth and sweet, with a rounded body and toffee like flavors. The dark with notes of brown sugar, vanilla, and cream.

Full City Roast – Milk chocolate, mild citric acidity, malt, full bodied.
French Roast – Round and smooth with a hint of black pepper.

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Kenya Top AA - Kiangombe Washing Station Kirinyaga*LIMITED OFFERING
Kiangombe washing station opened in 1998 and the village surrounding it has a
spectacular view of Mt. Kenya. With the highly prized varietals of SL-28 and SL-34
being washed in the waters from the Mukengeria river and dried on raised beds this
Top lot displays notes of tomatillo, dried pineapple, and chocolate along with a big
creamy body. This coffee is sure to please even the most discerning taste buds.

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Kid From Brooklyn
This combination of exotic Indonesian coffees, hearty South American coffees and a dash of African coffees creates what one former manager at Coffee Exchange described as having a “quirky bohemian spirit.” More than a hint of (Ethiopian) mocha is added to spark the Kid in all of us.

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Kind of Blue
Flavor characteristics for this blend live in the superlative realm: very full bodied yet also with a crispness reflective of great coffee, perfectly balancing body, acidity and flavor. A very special light blend, with a backstory: We used to sell Jamaican Blue Mountain, about 12 years ago, back when it sold for a mere $50/LB on the street. We blended it with Sumatra, but always kept a few pounds "in the back" for anyone wanting to purchase the real thing, freshly roasted, for $35/LB. and we sold our share weekly. One day a regular JBM customer asked for some for a special occasion and, alas, we were fresh out of green, so we had none to sell him. "Then blend up something that tastes like Blue Mountain. I need it tonight." So, whereas all Coffee Exchange blends had been different combinations of light and dark roasted coffees, this time I looked for one light roasted coffee with pronounced body and another for crispness,a combination found in few origins, but is distinctive in Jamaican Blue Mountain. The regular came back the following day exclaiming: "That was Jamaican Blue Mountain! It was exceptional. Can you replicate it?" and so a blend was born. Later that year, we stopped purchasing JBM as part of our move to purchase only Fair Trade and Organic coffees, neither of which ever described JBM. And then in April, a regular, named Sean, standing at the bean counter, came up with the name, "Kind of Blue," the name of Jazz's best album, by Miles Davis, and a simultaneous reference to what many call the world's best-tasting coffee.

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