Now you can enjoy your favorite Green Coffee Beans in a convenient pack of 3 12-ounce bags. Home roasting produces the best cup of gourmet coffee in the comfort of your own home. It is more economical than roasted coffee and fresher than anything you can buy. These are raw, unroasted coffee beans that you roast at home using either your oven, a skillet, a popcorn popper, ceramic roaster or a dedicated roaster. Roasting Green Coffee Beans is said to be the fastest growing hobby in America. Select your favorite of five different varieties by U-Roast-Em.
Costa Rica Caf? Vida Green Coffee Beans: Costa Rican coffees are exceptionally high grown in volcanic soil. These two factors together produce a very bright and very clean cup. Additionally, these slower grown, dense, high altitude beans can take the heat of an Italian or French roast. A perfect balance of aroma, acidity, body and cup. Roast as dark as you want, the hardest bean we have.
Colombian Supremo Green Coffee Beans: Colombian coffees are well balanced, medium bodied, and bright. Roast anywhere from light to espresso depending on your personal preference. They are a good hard bean.
Sumatra Mandheling Grade 1 Green Coffee Beans: Sumatran coffees capture the wild jungle essence of this tropical Indonesian island. It is an earthy, deep, complex, full-bodied coffee that exhibits low-acidity smoothness. Creamy, sweet, with a touch of butterscotch, spice and grassiness.
Rwandan Bourbon Green Coffee Beans: Frought with a history of civil war, Rwanda is arriving in the specialty coffee industry with a great cupping coffee. Situated in the west of Rwanda, near the shores of Lake Kivu, these beans are grown by the members of the Ingoboka farmer's association, at high altitudes and volcanic soils. As with Kenya, and other East African coffees, this 100 percent Bourbon bean has a good body and a classic clean taste. It is smooth with hints of sweetness, hazelnut, lemon/citrus tones, rich body and a winey acidity.
Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Green Coffee Beans: These are amazing and unique coffees. Yirgacheffe is a town in the Sidamo region and coffees from this region will surprise you with their floral and tangerine notes