The Best Coffee for Each Brewing Method

The Best Coffee for Each Brewing Method

We have just the coffee for you.

Discover the ideal coffee for your brewing style – whether you appreciate the artful precision of a pour over, crave the intense richness of an espresso, or rely on the comforting simplicity of drip brewing.

Pour Over

Ethiopia - Duromina | Yield Coffee Roasters

Bright Citrus, Floral, Cane Sugar. 


This light-roast Ethiopian coffee is sourced from the picturesque Limu region, specifically the Duromina Cooperative's 329 Small Producers in Agaro. Meticulously processed using the washed method, this organic gem delivers a sweet cup with notes reminiscent of black tea. With a perfectly balanced body, this coffee shines when showcased as a pour over.

Roast Level: Light
Country: Ethiopia
Region: Limu, Agaro
Farm: 329 Small Producers
Processing: Washed



Espresso Mandarina | Amavida Coffee Roasters

This one literally has espresso in the name, although it actually makes for a fantastic cup of drip coffee as well. This organic blend was ranked as one of Coffee Review's best coffees of 2019, and won various medals at the Golden Bean awards.

The reason for the varying regions listed is to ensure that, no matter when it's ordered, this Mandarina will deliver a consistent taste profile.

This one features notes of chocolate, tangerine, and orange peel.

Producers: SCFCU Cenfrocafe or Muungano
Regions: Sidama/Cajamarca or Kinyaziere
Variety: Blend
Certifications: Organic, Fair Trade
Elevation: 900 - 2,000 masl
Brightness/Body: Medium / Dense



Pompadour | Noble Coffee Roasting

This is a refined blend of washed coffees from Africa and Latin America. Pompadour is best appreciated black or with just a touch of milk and prepared as drip coffee.

Tasting Notes: Honeysuckle, raspberry, macadamia
Roast level: Light

Country: Ethiopia, Guatemala, Peru
Processing: Natural, Washed
Certifications:  Organic 

French Press

Guatemala Huehuetenango | Talitha Coffee

This Guatemala single origin is incredible. If you enjoy a nice balanced cup of coffee, this is the one for you. Great body, balanced acidity, and an excellent finish.

Tasting Notes: Toffee, Citrus, Milk Chocolate
Roast level: Medium
Country: Guatemala
Region: Huehuetenango, San Antonio Huista


Guatemala Huehuetenango | Salto Coffee

Yes, we know this coffee has the same name but you are going to want this exact coffee if you prefer Aeropress. This coffee can be very versatile and it's always an incredible choice that taste fantastic

Tasting Notes: Blueberry, Pecan, Midly Sweet
Roast level: Medium
Country: Guatemala
Region: Huehuetenango

Cold Brew

Cold Brew | Bongo Roasting Co

This blend was created for those Cold Brew enthusiasts and contains natural notes of brown sugar, hazelnut and milk chocolate.

Tasting Notes: Brown Sugar, Hazlenut, Milk Chocolate
Roast level: Medium