The goal of The Ibis Full City Roast is to maximize for special variety flavor and aromatic qualities that make a particular coffee famous. Differences in coffee rootstock, soil, climate, altitude, crop management, cultural practices, processing, shipping and storage can all affect coffee quality and determine how a coffee should be roasted to bring out the classic characteristics that make premium coffee special. Many new roasters and large roasting houses roast by color alone. Ibis Full City Roast is our lightest roasting profile. At the Ibis we roast for the coffee. Even coffee from the same grower may require a difference in roasting approach (for example: early crop vs. late crop).
From the Sandander Region, North Eastern Colombia and grown at 4200-5500 feet elevation. Typica and Caturra coffee varietals. The farms are a model of sustainable farming practices and host over 96 species of birds and 25 species of trees including the en
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Organic Highland Sumatra$11.99
An important Indonesian farming cooperative is supported with this classic coffee. It is a rich, full-bodied, syrupy, and slightly sweet. One of the world's most exotic.
Organic Peruvian Rainforest$11.99
Grown on the eastern slopes of the Northern Andean Rainforest. This coffee has delicate acidity, medium body and a delightful subtle sweetness.
Organic Guatemala Forest$11.99
This shade & organically grown coffee comes to us from the mountains overlooking beautiful lake Atitlan. It is lively in the cup with medium body,slightly sweet and aromatic.
Organic Mexican Chiapas$11.99
This well prepared coffee is a best seller with its subtle spicy aroma, medium body, light acidity, and clean smooth finish. It has a hint of chocolate and nuts.