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Colombian Supremo Popayan

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A very fresh new Colombian offering!

Colombia Popayan Supremo is sourced from family-owned farms located in the municipality of Popayán within the department of Cauca, Colombia. On average, each producer cultivates their coffee on less than 5 acres of land. Coffee producers use their own micro-mill to process harvested cherries, which allows for meticulous care in depulping, fermenting, and drying the coffee. Expocafé, an exporter dedicated to supporting small producers, collaborates with these producers improving their access to international markets and establishing higher earnings.

Tasting Notes:
The aroma of this coffee is very nice; sweet with with a little spice floral tone. It is pretty classically toned for a Colombian; semi-dry toasted walnut overtone turning a bit more molasses/caramelly into the darker roast points.  Very balanced, subtle spice, clean and rich with a nice new crop crisp acidity.

Roasting Notes:
This bean is very versatile when it comes to roasting; great from light to dark. Be sure to try different roast points for it will greatly vary what flavors are accentuated.  Enjoy a brighter morning cup at a City Roast or take it into an afternoon/evening coffee by roasting it from a Full City to a French roast. 

Colombian Supremo Popayan
1 Lb bag

Burman Price - $5.79



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Honduran Org. SHB EP Comsa

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Fresh new crop arrival!

In the year 2000, 62 Honduran coffee farmers joined together with a common goal to transform their farms from conventional to organic production and formed COMSA (Cafe Organico Marcala, S.A). In 2001, fostered by a foundation called Funder, COMSA earned their organic certification from Bio Latina which has enabled them to market their coffee to more international buyers and realize better selling prices for their coffee. In February 2006, COMSA then applied for and was granted Fair Trade certification status. COMSA uses the Fair Trade price premium to fund many social projects including paying teachers’ salaries and purchasing school supplies.

Tasting Notes:
A nice fulled bodied and chocolaty cup of coffee. Mainly shooting for a smooth chocolate to rough dark-roast semi-sweet chocolate cup. A little hint of acidity at lighter roasts but all in all this is a strong medium roast to dark roast coffee. If you nail the roast right on, it has a very nice mellow, smooth milk-chocolate tone, a bit more sweetness upfront and a cup everyone will enjoy. Darker will gain a lot of strength but also edginess.

Roasting Notes:
An easy and versatile coffee to roast, medium to dark. Medium roast for a smooth and pretty sweet chocolaty cup, dark roasted for a more blunt in your face chocolate note. A faster roast will highlight the bright, clean flavor notes.


Honduran Org. SHB EP Comsa

1 Lb bag

Burman Price - $5.49
Sale Price - $3.99

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Costa Rican SHB EP Tarrazu La Pastora

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New 2017/18 crop! 

Tarrazu coffees are grown in altitudes over 3,900 feet, allowing them to be designated SHB-single hard bean, the highest classification in the Costa Rican system. Grown in rich volcanic soil and high altitude make this one the finest coffees in the world.

Tarrazu coffees are famed for snappy, strikingly clean flavor. Known as a "classically complete" coffee, they're crisp and medium-bodied, with tangy citrus flavor and a fine, satisfying aroma. Tarrazu cups wonderfully at all but the lightest and darkest roasts.

Tasting Notes:
The aroma is floral and sweet like honey. A nice medium bodied, smooth & creamy cup of coffee with little stronger floral aspect and medium acidity (gets a good lemongrass tone at lighter roasts, mutes up at a strong medium roast).  It starts with a crisp nutty tone turning more chocolatey into the darker roasts, and finishes with a pleasantly surprising spiciness. This is a savory cup of coffee with wonderful complexities.

Roasting Notes:
Best at a medium to dark roast. Lighter you will you will pick up more acidic notes, at a medium (city +) you will taste the great complexities that you may loose if roasted too dark. Would make a wonderful espresso but great as a drip brew.


Costa Rican SHB EP Tarrazu La Pastora

1 Lb bag

Burman Price - $6.15
Sale Price - $5.39


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Indian Mysore Nuggets - Extra Bold

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Year in to year out, this is always one of our most popular coffees, at times we have trouble keeping it in stock! New 2018 Crop!

Mysore coffees are the best known and the most popular of all Indian coffees, they posses good body and snappy acidity. The overall taste profile is very unique, with spicy overtones. These spicy overtones come from the cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, cloves and pepper that grow alongside the coffee trees.

This lot is full bodied, with a rich full taste and moderate acidity. Very interesting and exotic, I like to roast this coffee a little darker, just into the second crack. 

Tasting Notes:
Indian Mysore Nuggets have been a favorite of Burman Coffee and customers for many years and this crop does not disappoint. The aroma is nutty, woody, and some slight smokiness. The taste is classic. Many of the notes in the aroma come through in the flavor like walnuts and some smoke. There’s dark fruit, oak, licorice, and some vanilla spice, like a good dry red wine. The finish has a subdued brightness to it with just hints of lemon zest at lighter roast points. The body is medium to full depending on roast and brew. There’s a reason people keep coming back to this bean. It’s a smooth all around great stronger cup of coffee.

Roasting Notes:
We recommend roasting this bean at a medium to dark roast. Too light and the wood tones would be too dominate, too dark you will loose its pleasant brightness.

Indian Mysore Nuggets - Extra Bold

1 Lb bag

Burman Price - $5.99
Sale Price - $5.49


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Tanzania Ngorongoro Highland Peaberry

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New 2018 crop!

Sourced from an estate located in the Karatu district, Tanzania. The lowest and highest elevations in all of Africa, the floor of Lake Tanganyika (352 meters below sea level) and Mount Kilimanjaro (5,895 meters above sea level) are both located in Tanzania. The Karatu estate is located between these commanding landmarks, with 250 acres of coffee cultivated on the rim of the Ngorongoro crater, which is the largest unbroken caldera in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  More than 25,000 wild animals, including the largest population of lions, make their home within the crater walls.  The Karatu estate has 50 permanent employees and 200 seasonal employees during the harvest. The rounder shaped peaberry, formed from the maturation of one seed per cherry rather than the typical two seeds, is meticulously sorted during the milling process for its distinct flavor profiles. 

Tasting Notes:
 Very cool wild toned coffee. A bit higher acidity with a sweet start to the cup. Floral and soft fruit are the first tones to hit the tongue. Fading into a smooth malty tone and ending pretty bakers chocolaty. 

Roasting Notes: Good from light to dark. Pretty sizzling at the lighter roast points. Awesome balance at a city plus to full city and very full bodied and strong smoky/chocolaty like tones, a little bitter at the dark roasts. 

Tanzania Ngorongoro Highland Peaberry

1 Lb bag

Burman Price - $6.25
Sale Price - $4.98


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Nicaraguan SHG RFA Selva Negra 
Pacamara Honey

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Nicaraguan Selva Negra coffee is cultivated in the most ecological, environmentally and socially friendly way possible. Selva Negra's history is in many ways the history of the coffee in Nicaragua altogether. In the 1880's the Nicaraguan government invited young German immigrants to come and settle in Nicaragua in order to promote coffee growing in the northern highlands. Many young immigrants accepted the offer, thus forming the main coffee plantations of the country; many of them bare names of their motherland.

Selva Negra's (Black Forest) Coffee Estate is called Hammonia, Latin for Hamburg. Located approximately 4,000 ft. above sea level, Hammonia has been producing fine old style Arabica coffee for over 100 years. Eddy Kühl & Mausi Kühl-Hayn, the farm's proprietors are descendants of two of these original German immigrants - Alberto Vogl and Klaus KÜhl.

Selva Negra Estate Coffee is grown at a high altitude in a shaded environment. This allows the bean to have a slow development cycle which instills an intense and fulfilling flavor to each bean. The coffee is not only 100% Arabica, but more importantly it is grown on a large percentage of Bourbon and Typica coffee trees (which produce higher quality beans than other varieties of coffee trees). The region of Matagalpa, Nicaragua is mountainous with excellent volcanic soil for the coffee growing enjoyment.

Tasting Notes: A very clean and sweet cup of coffee. Medium to full bodied with just a little hint of acidity. Lighter roasts produce a pretty delicate cup with a hint more floral aspect than darker roasts with pretty soft hints of a chocolate/caramel undertone. Darker roasts produce a very cool sweet malty and smokey type cup - much fuller bodied with a bit more strength to it. Really dark gets a bit edgy. 

Roasting Notes:
 A good clean cup at almost any roast point. A little lighter bodied at very light roast points but the body builds nicely at even a city plus roast. We liked it best just before 2nd crack - kept it nice and smooth but built up decent body and the nice smokey malty tone.


Nicaraguan SHG RFA Selva Negra 
Pacamara Honey


1 Lb bag

Burman Price -$7.65
Sale Price $6.30


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