Steep offers a selection of extraordinary specialty-grade
Arabica Coffees sourced from around the world.
We love the science of Coffee.
coffee Plants are seasonal crops, and our selection is
constantly changing as we seek out the freshest
specialty beans throughout the year.
Our roaster, Justin, pushes the boundaries of the craft
by developing a unique roast to maximize the flavor and aroma
of each individual batch of coffee beans.
We sell our fresh whole coffee beans in
12 oz bags, and offer ground coffee upon request.
Here is what we currently have roasting,
stop by and take a bag home today or order online!
Papua New Guinea Organic Purosa AX FTO
Our Papua New Guinea Purosa AX is grown in the Eastern Highlands provinces, specifically the Ivangoi, Purosa and Okapa valleys.
Grown by over 3,000 farmers, this bean is certified as Fair Trade Organic (FTO) through the Highland Organic Agricultural Cooperative.
This coffee is excellent for blending and espresso,
but please drink it straight too, as it shines as a straight single origin!
It takes a dark roast very well and puffs up nicely after
a friendly roasting for a great flavor profile.
This bean is very well processed and much cleaner in the cup
than most Sumatras and other Indonesian coffees.
This is a truly wonderful coffee and is a regular player in our collection.
Cupping Notes: Cane sugar sweetness, medium acidity and creamy body with
sweet caramel overtones and a slight cocoa note on the finish.
Ethiopia Kembata Natural Grade 1
This variety comes from a farm located in the Durame Village of Kembata, Ethiopia, and is a perfect example of a naturally processed coffee.
It is an Heirloom variety, and like other Ethiopians, is packed full of fruity notes
of strawberry and blueberry with a smooth milk chocolate finish.
Grown at 2100 meters above sea level, this plant thrives where
the soil is extremely fertile and ideal for growing high-quality coffee beans.
The farmers incorporate a 36-48-hour fermentation process in the wet mill
and then dry the unwashed cherries under the sun in raised beds
for 15-21 days to ensure they are ready.
The resulting coffee is an extremely complex cup
marked with notes of blueberry and strawberry.
Cupping notes: Blueberry, Strawberry, and Milk Chocolate.
Peru Organic Finca La Esperanza FTO RFA
Our shade grown Peru Organic Finca La Esperanza is sourced from
a small 2.5 acre section of a family farm in Soritor village in San Martin.
All of La Esperanza’s coffee trees are in the first few seasons of production,
with ages ranging between three and six years.
Our Peru Organic La Esperanza has a sweet aroma with
notes of bakers cocoa, sweet tangerine and peach.
Cupping Notes: Sweet aroma.
Notes of bakers cocoa, sweet tangerine, peach and a dry almond finish.
Very good acidity and mouthfeel.
Brazil Fazenda Da Lagoa Natural 17/18
Fazenda da Lagoa is situated 1,100 meters above sea level near the
town of Santo Antonio do Amparo, about 170 kilometers southeast of
Belo Horizonte in the province of Minas Gerais.
The 2,850 hectares of Fazenda da Lagoa include a natural reserve,
woodlands, pastures, and 1,500 hectares of coffee plantations.
Streams from 40 natural springs irrigate the land and
gradually converge into two small rivers that mark the borders of
Fazenda da Lagoa and provide water to the nearest town.
Only select Arabica varieties such as Catuaí, Mundo Novo,
Acayá, and Catucaí are grown in the plantation nursery
which adheres to strict sustainable principles.
While Fazenda da Lagoa honors its 200-year-old coffee tradition,
it is also known for its innovative farming approaches, which include
modern agricultural techniques that are based on scientific research, implemented on the farm and shared with the coffee community.
Cupping notes: Well-rounded acidity, good body, pleasant sweetness, good complexity, soft nutty characteristics, and hints of chocolate.
Mexico Chiapas Turquesa HG EP
Chiapas Turquesa takes its name from the precious stone-
turquoise- the color of which is spread across the regions
in its incredible waters and vast skies.
This coffee is grown across the region at altitudes between 900 and 1,100
meters, and is characterized by large bean sizes and a round, balanced cup.
For decades, Chiapas has been the center of political and ethnic conflicts.
The Zapatista movement prevented any large coffee farms from coming into existence due to their demands for indigenous rights and land access.
Consequently, coffee has been cultivated mainly by smallholders,
often descendants of Indigenous tribes.
These coffee producers plant, harvest, and prepare the coffee by hand,
sparing no effort to produce coffees they can feel proud of.
To help ensure that producers receive a fair price, our distributor works closely with the exporters to support these communities with social projects.
Additionally, the exporters use their own transportation infrastructure
to bring the producers’ coffees to market.
The coffee harvest season is December through March.
All coffee is received in parchment, checked for quality and transported
to a high-tech dry mill in Veracruz. The quality-control standard for this
bean allows for only 15 imperfections per 300 grams. After a second quality
check, the coffee is cleaned, milled, and sorted to be prepared for export.
Cupping notes: Milk chocolate, nutty, grape, citrus; medium body, cools sweet.
Rwanda Maboro Washed
This Rwandan bean is sourced by La Minita from the Western
Highlands of the country on the shores of Lake Kivu.
La Minita works directly with selected coffee farmers and washing stations, who purchases fruit directly from hundreds of small farmers.
Cupping Notes: Balance of bright acidity and full-bodied.
A taste of red apple, hibiscus, dried fig,
berry fruitiness, sweet orange, and cocoa.
Costa Rica La Magnolia Tres Rios
The La Magnolia is one of the finest Tres Rios coffees available.
It is a beautifully prepped, remarkably well-rounded,
exceptionally well-balanced, complex coffee
that presents a sparkling, clean, lemon-orange brightness
with chocolate and nutty overtones that carry through
to the long, complex finish.
If you're in search of a special Costa Rican coffee (and even if you're not),
this may be the one.
Cupping Notes: Chocolatey, nutty, buttery & fruity.
Bolivian Organic Caranavi La Paz FTO
The Caranavi is a specialty Bolivian coffee grown by
a small group of native coffee farmers known as colonials,
on land that rises to 8,500 feet above sea level.
These typica and bourbon coffee beans are cultivated in
the tropical growing regions of Bolivia below a magnificent forest,
coming from 41 small farms averaging about three acres each.
These indigenous farmers are native to the land, which borders the
Andes mountains and rain forest jungle of the Amazon.
The adjacent land is protected by the government, and the
indigenous groups treat their land as if it were protected as well.
A majority have been certified Smithsonian Bird Friendly,
and all have been certified Organic.
Cupping Notes: 88 Pts. Chocolate aromas carry into the flavor and pair with mild notes of clean citrus. Heavily sweet caramel finish.
Kenya Organic Muiri Estate
Kenya is famed within the coffee industry for producing some of the
best coffees in the world. This organic Kenyan is no different.
This Kenyan coffee bean is grown from the SL28, SL34, K7 and the Ruiru 11 varieties and is described as having a berry and citrus flavor.
Timely and selective hand picking is carried out at the on-site wet mill,
with cherries delivered to the mill to be wet processed
the same day they are picked.
Sun drying is done before delivery of the coffee to the dry mill
for secondary processing.
Balanced and complex with fruity & floral qualities that merge to produce a vibrant, full-bodied version of the great and high quality Kenyan profile.
Cupping Notes: Balanced & complex. Notes of plum, citrus & honey. chocolate-toned body. strawberry, wine-like acidity.
STEEP eXXXpresso Blend
Most espresso brewed in our country these days is used for espresso drinks
like lattes and cappuccinos, rather than for sipping shots of pure espresso.
However; most of the espresso blends are designed towards the
goal of pulling a shot for sipping, not for blending.
We refined our roast to create the Steep Chuter Latte Blend,
which pulls a rich, sweet, chocolatey espresso shot that
absolutely blooms in a cup of steamed milk.
Minimal crema, but crema gets lost in an espresso drink anyway, right?
Too good to keep to ourselves, we decided to share it with all the rest of you espresso drink aficionados.
For those of you who prefer flavored espresso drinks, you will find
this blend works equally as well using flavored coffee creamers available
at your local supermarket, although it does get VERY sweet.
Give this blend a try at home to enhance the enjoyment of your
favorite espresso drink!
Cupping Notes: Rich & Sweet. Chocolatey & buttery.