A list of what is currently in stock.

Email at us at coffee@monroepost.com to find out if we have any for sale. We sell on a first-come-first serve basis. If you are interested in having it shipped, contact us for more info!

Updated as of May-31-2014:

All coffees listed below are fair-trade, organic‡. If you would like more information about any of these, feel free to ask!

Kenya – 12.5 oz† $12

Sumatra – 12.5 oz† $11.50

Brazil 12.5 oz† $10.50

Ethiopian 12.5 oz† $10

This coffee is very different from what you might have tried before. Strong fruity and floral undertones and is reminiscent of blueberry muffins. It makes an excellent iced coffee with a dab of sugar and cream. Yum. Try this one if you have never experienced the wildness of an African coffee. 

Papua New Guinea 12.5 oz† $10

This coffee has some fruity undertones followed by a bit of earthiness. It is light bodied and low acidity. We roast this at a Full City to Full City+ level, or at a medium roast. 

Peru 12.5 oz† $10

Decaf Indonesian 12.5 oz† $12

Decaf Peru 12.5 oz† $12

‡We are not certified organic roasters, as that processes is way too grueling for us to consider. However, most of  the green beans that we buy are certified organic. The ones who are not certified follow the same sustainable agricultural practices, but have not gone through the certification process. Once roasted however, unless we meet strict criteria, we cannot label our coffee organic. But don’t be alarmed, we don’t do anything to the roast that would compromise that label. 🙂

 

 

4 thoughts on “In Stock

  • May 21, 2014 at 9:22 pm
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    Put me down for 1lb Peru and 1lb Mexican. How do I arrange pickup?

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    • May 21, 2014 at 9:50 pm
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      You tell me when you want it and we can meet you downtown or wherever convenient or drop it off to you one evening!

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  • May 22, 2014 at 10:14 pm
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    Erica, I like a medium roast coffee in the morning. What do you recommend?

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    • May 23, 2014 at 7:48 am
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      Well, it depends on the variety what roast level we choose. Some coffees have very delicate flavors that get roasted away at higher roast temperatures. Right now, we have some Papua New Guinea which we roast at what would be considered a medium roast. It has some fruity and earthy flavors. It is very low acidity and light bodied. We also have Ethiopian which is a very different coffee than most people have ever drank. We roast that lighter and it has very fruity and floral undertones. We think it tastes like blueberry muffins. It’s def different and makes an incredible iced coffee. We just ordered a ton more coffee and for a medium roast, I think you would very much enjoy Peru, Brazil, Mexican or Papua New Guinea. The South/Central American coffees are strait forward and good for your everyday morning cup! I’ll have the rest of those in stock in a week or so or the Papua New Guinea or Ethiopian I have now. 🙂

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