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Our most popular espresso blend. Dark roast. Central America and Africa. Full-bodied with notes of dark chocolate, molasses, and citrus.

*To ensure that your order arrives at its absolute peak of freshness, we roast each order individually. Please allow three business days for us to prepare and ship your coffee. We promise that it'll be worth the wait.

Proudly dedicating 10% of our annual profits to enriching the lives of children living with autism.


KEEP IT FRESH - Use your coffee as close to the roast date as possible. Always store your whole bean in a cool, dark place, in an airtight container.

DIAL IN THE TEMPERATURE - Use filtered water at 195°-205° F.

KEEP IT CLEAN - Coffee naturally contains oil. Wash your brew equipment after each use to keep foul flavors away.

RULE OF THUMB - Use approximately 1.8g (about 1/4 tbsp) of coffee per ounce of water. Adjust to taste.

GRIND IT RIGHT - Use the proper grind size for your brew method.


FUN FACT: Cerro Gordo, California is an abandoned silver mining town tucked between the tallest mountain in the continental United States — Mount Whitney — and the lowest point in North America, Death Valley. During its heyday in the mid-late 1800s, it's believed to have produced half a billion dollars worth of silver.