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Kivu, Congo

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Our Kivu, Congo, Organic coffee boasts a distinctive and captivating flavor profile that reflects the unique terroir of the region. With a medium body, it presents a harmonious blend of bright acidity and smooth richness. You'll savor notes of dark chocolate, subtle fruity undertones, and a mild nuttiness, creating a well-rounded and memorable coffee experience.

Whole Bean Disclaimer

All orders are roasted and shipped whole bean to maintain freshness for as long as possible. It is recommended to grind as needed. However, if you need them ground, please review the section below and tell us in your order note what you use when you view your cart.


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Need Your Beans Ground? Select One Below.

  • Espresso

    Espresso requires the finest grind, almost like powdered sugar. This method uses high pressure to force hot water through the finely ground coffee, resulting in a concentrated shot of coffee.

  • Moka Pot

    Slightly coarser than espresso, the grind for a Moka Pot is still quite fine. This stovetop espresso maker brews coffee by passing boiling water pressurized by steam through the coffee grounds.

  • Drip Coffee / K-cup

    This method requires a medium grind, similar in texture to sea salt. The coffee is brewed by dripping hot water over the grounds, which are contained in a filter.

  • Pour-Over

    Pour over, like V60 or Chemex, calls for a medium-coarse grind. This method involves pouring hot water over coffee grounds in a filter and letting the coffee drip into a vessel below.

  • French Press

    A coarse grind is best for French Press. This brewing method involves steeping coffee grounds in hot water for several minutes before pressing down a plunger to separate the grounds from the brewed coffee.

  • Cold Brew

    Cold brew requires the coarsest grind, similar to breadcrumbs. It involves steeping coffee grounds in cold water for an extended period, usually 12 hours or more, to produce a smooth, rich coffee concentrate.

Roast Levels

  • Unroasted

    An unroasted coffee bean is small, dense, and pale green with a smooth, matte surface and a slightly curved, oblong shape, indicating its raw state.

  • Light Roasted

    Light roasted coffee beans are lightly browned, preserving their original flavors and high acidity, with fruity or floral notes and a mild, bright taste profile.

  • Medium Roasted

    Medium roasted coffee beans are brown with a balanced, well-rounded flavor, less acidity, and notes of caramel and subtle chocolate.

  • Dark Roasted

    Dark roasted coffee beans are deep brown with a shiny, oily surface. They have a bold, rich flavor, low acidity, and pronounced bitterness, often with smoky or chocolatey undertones.

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