Coffee grown on the slopes of Mt. Kenya, Kenya.
A roast of coffee that is darker than standard espresso but not quite black.
Coffee that is delivered for roasting fairly soon after harvesting and processing, when it is at its brightest and highest acidity.
Straight coffee grown in Papua New Guinea that is moderately rich, full-bodied, and has the low key acidity that distinguishes all of the coffees of the Malay Archipelago and Indonesia.
New Orleans Coffee
A dark roast coffee blended with up to 40 percent chicory root (see above). Cafe Du Monde is the most well-known brand name.
The straight coffee from Nicaragua. It embodies Central American style with medium-bodied, subtle flavor and frank acidity.