Featured Coffee Spotlight

VCT’s New Ethiopian Coffees

Ethiopia Harrar Coffee Cherries on Raised Drying Beds

We’re kicking off fall 2020 with a bang! Announcing the November arrival of a whole slew of new Ethiopian coffees. You may recognize one or more from 2019, as they are all entering year two in the VCT lineup.

Ethiopia holds the unique stat...

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Brazil Prima Qualita 2020 Crop Review

Vista From Brazil Prima Qualita Coffee Farm, Minas Gerais Brazil

The highly anticipated arrival to one of our longest running marquis coffees, the Brazil Prima Qualita 2020 crop has...

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A New VCT Kingdom Growers Coffee

Honduras El Socorro Microlot Coffee Trees

For a number of years the Kingdom Growers Coffee coop has been supplying us with some incredible lots from their community in Montecillos. Their coffee has quickly grown to be a favorite among our roasters—one unlike any of our other Centrals...

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The Latest Vournas Coffee Mexico Offerings

Organic Coffee Farm Oaxaca Mexico

When it comes to sourcing quality Mexican coffee, the latest Vournas Coffee Mexico offerings provide roasters with two excellent choices. Whether looking for a clean cup of Fair Trade Organic or a versatile estate coffee as a go-to for your caf...

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New Costa Rica Coffees Are In!

Costa Rica Hacienda Sonora Coffee Farm

We have three new Costa Rica coffees that are now available. Each comes from a different region, different grower, and different process, offering a variety of roasting and cupping choices.

Costa Rica El Cedral Red Honey

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Mexico Rancho San Francisco Is Back!

Grove of coffee trees and view of the mountains in Chiapas, Mexico

The 2020 crop of our exclusive Mexico Rancho San Francisco is back in stock. This is one of our marquis estate coffees and a classic cup that embodies the best that Mexico has to offer. It’s medium-bodied, medium-acidity, slightly nutty profi...

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Fair Trade Organic Mexico Oaxaca Zapoteca

Organic Mexican Green Coffee Farmer and Specialty Coffee Importer Andrew Vournas

As the world’s 8th overall largest producer of coffee, Mexico’s role in the coffee trade cannot be understated. Throughout North America specialty coffee importers and green coffee traders are keenly aware of the importance of the southern ...

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Washed Guji’s | Father & Son Organic Ethiopian Coffees

Ethiopian Guji Growers

This month we’re very pleased to offer you two new fantastic, washed, organic Ethiopian coffees from two different wash stations in the West Guji Zone: the Read More

Tanzania Kibosho Peaberry Microlot

Tanzania Peaberry Kibosho Microlot

In northern Tanzania Mount Kilimanjaro reigns supreme. This extinct stratovolcano is the African continent’s highest peak (16,000 ft base to summit) as well as the source of a majority of Tanzania’s high quality arabica coffee, having been ...

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Costa Rica Microlot Coffee | El León De Heredia

Black & White Vintage Photo Costa Rican Coffee Growers El Leon De Heredia

In Costa Rica there are very few families with a history in coffee that dates back over a century to the 1880’s, when Costa Rica’s independence from Spain was still evolving and coffee exports were driving the nation towards a coffee-focuse...

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