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FAQs

Where do your coffee beans come from?

We source our green (unroasted) coffee beans from a US-based importer.  They scour the world in search of premium (specialty-grade) coffee beans with an emphasis on fair trade and minimal environmental impact.  

Is your coffee flavored? Why do you list flavors?

Our coffee is not flavored coffee but it does have flavor notes.  We list these notes to give you an idea of how the coffee will taste.  These flavor notes are inherent to the beans themselves and not something we add to them.  So a coffee with chocolate and almond notes will not taste like a cherry mocha from a coffee house, but rather have the aroma and subtle taste of sweet chocolate and nutty, warm almonds.

Do you offer ground coffee?

Yes, we offer ground coffee!  We recommend these beans be used within a few days of being opened which is why we do not offer them in our 32oz bags. For those customers looking to prolong the freshness of their coffee, we recommend purchasing a burr grinder that will offer a consistent grind across the beans just before use.

How long will my coffee last?

Our coffee is roasted as close to your order date as possible and we ship USPS or FedEx to get the coffee to you within 3 business days of shipment (exception: shipping provider delays).  Coffee purchased in whole bean form should be used within 4 weeks of roasting for maximum freshness.  Ground coffee should be used as soon as possible after the bag's seal is opened the first time. 

How should I store my coffee?

Coffee is best stored in a cool, dry place like a cabinet or pantry.  There is no research that suggests coffee stored frozen or refrigerated will prolong freshness (whether ground or whole bean).  

Why don't you ship internationally?

We want to deliver coffee to the customer as fresh as possible.  Due to customs and general overall shipping time and cost, it is not a viable option at this time.