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Bean Together procures only gourmet quality 100% Arabica coffee beans imported green and roasted to our direction in small batches in Orlando, Florida. All of our coffee is certified organic or naturally grown and is roasted in a facility which has been certified to maintain the organic integrity and status of the coffee.

Our coffees are single-origin, direct from the source country and regional farm or co-op, and are not blended with other beans. This ensures that our customers are getting the purest coffee flavor unique to each coffee growing region around the world. We strive to only purchase beans which are at the height of their harvest, to bring you the freshest coffee possible. For this reason, the coffee we have available fluctuates throughout the season.

                                    Some of the coffee we feature include:

                                     ETHIOPIAN - YIRGACHEFFE - Natural
                                    Wild Grown, Certified Organic
                                    Yirgacheffe is a town in the Sidamo
                                    region in the Gedeo Zone of Southern
                                    Nations of Ethiopia. This region is
                                    considered the birthplace of coffee. The
                                    cream of the crop, Ethiopian Yirgacheffe,
                                    which is virtually unknown by most
                                    people, is still considered by many to be
                                    the finest Ethiopian coffee. Sun dried on the rooftops of Yirgacheffe, this exceptional earthy coffee has dried fruit tones of grapefruit and lemon with a syrupy body, and is harvested in micro-lot quantities only. ($15.00/lb., $8.00/ half lb.)

BOLIVIAN - Caranavi - Fair Trade Certified™ Organic, Full City Roast
This coffee has a rich dark chocolate flavor with deep caramel nut tones and hints of vanilla in the aroma. The full city roast brings out the deep-bodied, caramel-nut-like character with a buttery soft finish. This coffee is is strictly shade-grown in western Bolivia’s volcanic highlands of the Caranavi region. The area has an ideal climate and soil composition for coffee. Overall, Bolivia boasts higher altitude than any coffee-growing country in the world.  ($15.00/lb., $8.00/ half lb.)

Certified Organic, Dark Roast
East Timor coffee production is small in the global coffee context, producing less than one percent of the international total. However, it is the most important source of foreign exchange for East Timor and it serves as the primary source of income for about one-fourth of the country’s population, or some 44,000 families. Cup Characteristics: Look for a rich dark chocolate-like sweetness tones with earthy, spicy tones. This coffee makes an exceptional espresso as well. ($15.00/lb., $8.00/ half lb.)

Certified Organic, Medium Roast
The Cooagronevada cooperative was formed in 2007 to help farmers in the region market their organic coffees. The cooperative currently has 44 members, 40% of whom are women, representing eight different villages in the municipality of Santa Marta. The coop is dedicated to promoting the social, environmental and economic well-being of their members and in 2010, they became FairTrade certified through FLO Cert.  The cooperative is located in the river basin of the three most important rivers in the municipality of Santa Marta: Rio Piedras, Manzanares and Toribio. The farms are also on the outskirts of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta National Park. Environmental conservation, as well as ecological and sustainable production practices, are thus extremely important and have become part of the coffee culture in the region. Coffee in Magdalena is mainly shade grown, with both native and fruit trees.
($15.00/lb., $8.00/ half lb.)

GUATEMALA - HUE HUE TENANGO - Medium Roast, Fair Trade Certified™ Organic
Characteristics: A buttery, full-bodied cup with sweet milk chocolate and notes of juicy red fruit. This coffee is grown by members of the ASOBAGRI Cooperative, which was founded in 1989 by 20 K’anjob’al Mayan coffee and cardamom farmers, and has now grown to about 711 members. The group still includes 87 cardamom producers. The Co-op members are from approximately 30 small villages in the Huehuetenango region, surrounded by the Cuchumantanes Mountains and the Maxbal Forest Reserve.  The coffee is shade grown under banana, guava and plantain trees, and intercropped with banana, cardamom and citrus plants. The coffee is washed and patio-dried. The co-op supports sustainable agriculture by training its farmers in organic methods, like composting, and they invest in quality control by financing warehouses and drying patios, and also support their members with health care and educational programs. ($15.00/lb., $8.00/ half lb.)

PERUVIAN- El Palto- Certified Organic, Medium Roast
Characteristics: Medium body, sweet, juicy, citrusy with notes of chocolate.The Association of Coffee Producers Juan Marco El Palto is an association of small coffee growers in the high-altitude rainforests of northern Peru. Founded in 2003, the association specializes in the production of specialty and organic coffee, in the hopes of improving the economic situation of their 189 members and their families. Member farms are found at 1300-1800 meters above sea level in the western section of the Peruvian Andes Mountains. They are located in the province of Utcubamba, the principal center of production and population in the department of Amazonas. The region has well-defined rainy and dry seasons, with average annual temperatures of 14.5°C. Coffee is shade-grown under both native and fruit trees.($15.00/lb., $8.00/ half lb.)

MEXICO - Chiapas, El Triunfo Biosphere Reserve - Organic Decaf, Certified Organic, French Roast
Syrupy sweet with pepper and spicy overtones and a roasted nut flavor. Chiapas is located in the southern mountain region of Mexico next to the Pacific Ocean. This shade grown coffee is produced by a fair-trade and organic certified coop located within the buffer zone of El Triunfo Biosphere Reserve. Located in the highlands of the Sierra Madre de Chiapas, El Triunfo Biosphere Reserve is one of the world’s most diverse forest reserves. This reserve contains Mesoamerica’s largest continuous cloud forest, and it serves as a refuge to thousands of plant and animal species.
($15.00/lb., $8.00/ half lb.)

SUMATRAN - MANDHELING GAYO- Fair Trade Certified Organic, French Roast
Characteristics: Earthy, bold and pungent with deep character, low acidity with highlights of chocolate and caramel.
While most coffee is named after the growing region, or the country, Mandheling coffee is named after the Mandheling people that traditionally farmed and processed the coffee beans. Mandheling is produced in Pandang, a small island that is part of Indonesia, close to the Sumatra coffee district, where 65% of the coffee is grown. Coffee trees were brought to the island in the early 19th century in an attempt to break the near monopoly on coffee beans from other parts of the world. Mandheling Sumatra coffee is grown in altitudes of 2,500 to 5,000 feet. Beans from the Sumatra Gayo Mountain, are less well known and are grown in a small mountain valley which surrounds Lake Tawar and the town of Takengon. They are grown in the shade and without any chemicals. ($15.00/lb., $8.00/ half lb.)