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Alto Ihuamaca (Counter Culture Coffee)

Counter Culture Coffee, Baroida, Papua New Guinea, Coffee

When many people first think of Papua New Guinea, they think of a remote, diverse, beautiful, yet strange place, and, we admit, Papua new Guinea is all those things. In this complex place, the Colbran family continues – each year – to redefine the coffee of the Eastern Highlands. This year,Counter Culture focused even more on small, meticulously sorted lots of coffee from different times of the harvest, and it won't disappoint. Baroida brings a blend of sweet and savory notes, coupled with stone fruit and molasses.

14.99

2 in stock

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Amor de Dios (Counter Culture Coffee)

Counter Culture, Amor de Dios

This year, torrential rains and poor weather in Bolivia led to a slightly later harvests and very low yields. Despite this challenge, we went into Bolivia’s harvest looking to expand our purchasing scope and focus. In particular, we focused on the AIPEAD cooperative in the town of Amor de Dios whose coffee shines, even with this season’s struggles. Notes of green grape, almond, and bittersweet chocolate.

14.99

3 in stock

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Buchiro (Counter Culture Coffee)

14.99

7 in stock

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Buziraguhindwa Natural Sundried, Burundi (Counter Culture Coffee)

Buziraguhindwa - Kayanza, Burundi, Coffee

Burundi coffee, while not as popular coffee-wise as other countries and regions around the world, is truly budding. We think people will be talking in a few years about how crazy it was that they didn't know about coffee from Burundi before. Buziraguhindwa is lightly savory and offers refined flavors of tangerine, apricot, and cranberry. This is a spectacular example of Burundi coffee, and it's especially delicious because this is the soonest after harvest that we've ever received coffee from Burundi.

14.99

6 in stock

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Chema (Counter Culture Coffee)

12.99

1 in stock

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Cold Brew Ready-to-Drink Coffee 12oz (Slingshot Coffee Co.)

Slingshot Coffee Co., Cold Brew (Ready-to-Drink Coffee) [16oz], Raleigh, NC

Slingshot is brewed in super-small batches in a temperature-controlled environment so that every ounce of cold brew is the best it can be. Every bottle is filled by hand, labeled by hand and packed by hand in Raleigh, North Carolina.

While the coffees they use will change with fresh crops throughout the year, one thing stays the same: they hand brew and bottle in small batches using only two ingredients — quality, organic coffee beans roasted locally by Counter Culture Coffee; and filtered tap water from the beloved City of Oaks, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Bottles need to stay refrigerated and the cold brew tastes best within four weeks of the brewed-on date. Coffee has natural sediments and oils that can settle, so it's best to give it a good shake before drinking.

3.99

7 in stock

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Concepcion Huista (Counter Culture Coffee)

Counter Culture Coffee, Concepcion Huista, Guatemala, South America

Organic • Shade-Grown

Longtime partners of Counter Culture who share our passion for quality and sustainability, the talented Recinos family crafts unique, heirloom coffees that sing with sweet, floral notes of vanilla, chocolate, and a hint of fruit.

14.99

2 in stock

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Counter Culture Coffee "ASUVIM" (Counter Culture Coffee)

16.25

1 in stock

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Cueva de los Llanos (Counter Culture Coffee)

14.99

6 in stock

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Fast Forward (Counter Culture Coffee)

Counter Culture Coffee, Farmhouse Blend

40% El Galivan (Ecuador) 60% La Frontera (Peru)

Farmhouse is based on the idea that coffee, like all food, is best enjoyed when it is at its freshest and in season. Here's how farmhouse works: throughout the year, as coffees come and go according to the seasons, we blend them together to underscore their intrinsic deliciousness. And then we sell the result. Simple as that.

14.99

8 in stock

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Finca El Puente (Counter Culture Coffee)

Finca El Puente, Marcala, Honduras, Coffee

Marcala, Honduras

We are thrilled to announce the return of “the Purple Princess,” one of our favorite coffees of all time. Just like last year, this coffee, produced by the talented Marysabel Caballero and her husband Moises Herrera, is layered with notes of plum, grape, lavender and raspberry. Its accompanying silky, ethereal texture is unique to this brilliant and spectacular coffee. We have a limited amount of this coffee, so drink it while you can.

15.99

1 in stock

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Finca La Victoria (Counter Culture Coffee)

14.99

4 in stock

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Forty-Six (Counter Culture Coffee)

Counter Culture Coffee, Forty-Six

70% La Voz, Guatemala, 15% Haru, Ethiopia, 15% Aleme Wako Natural Sundried, Ethiopia

14.99

17 in stock

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Hologram (Rustico) (Counter Culture Coffee)

Counter Culture, Hologram (Rustico)

14.99

4 in stock

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Idido Natural Sundried, Yirgacheffe (Counter Culture Coffee)

Idido Natural Sundried- Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia, Coffee

14.99

7 in stock

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Idido, Yirgacheffe (Counter Culture Coffee)

Idido - Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia, Coffee

Certified Organic • Shade-Grown

15.99

13 in stock

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Rafisa (Counter Culture Coffee)

Counter Culture Coffee, Reko, Kochere, Ethiopia

Early spring is a challenging time of year to find great single-origin offerings. Our coffee selections from the southern hemisphere are running out this time of year and, many times, we are awaiting coffees Central America and East Africa. As we wait for the coffee from the Idido and Haru cooperatives with whom we work year in and year out, we bought this lot from the Reko washing station to offer for a short stint. Notes of rosehips, melon, and citrus.

14.99

2 in stock

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San Miguel (Counter Culture Coffee)

14.99

2 in stock

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Sipacapa (Counter Culture Coffee)

Counter Culture Coffee, "Sipacapa," San Marcos, Guatemala

15.99

5 in stock

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The Natural (Counter Culture Coffee)

Limited-Release

High-quality naturally processed coffees are rare and extraordinarily difficult to produce. The quality challenge presented by this processing style inspires and pushes us to work with farmers to refine and reinvent naturally processed coffee. This seasonal blend represents the best collaborations to date. Juicy, saturated fruit notes that taste like berry cobbler.

Natural sundried processed coffees can be polarizing. Some people love the juicy, fruited sweetness, while others long for the crisp acidity and flavors accentuated through other processing methods. For Counter Culture, natural sundried coffees have always been exciting. Perfecting a particular style of coffee is what we love doing. Over the years we have experimented and pushed the potential of our coffee-growing partners to redefine natural coffee.

In Rwanda and Burundi natural sundried coffees were prohibited in export due to the notion of low quality and low prices. It is here that we worked in 2012 to create the first coffees of their kind and were able to share these amazing examples of natural coffees with our customers. These coffees are now our gold standard for natural processing and represent some of our most-exciting and best natural sundried coffees to date.

16.50

4 in stock

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