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Original 18" x 24" illustration by Knowlita of our Birmingham location. Signed & Embossed by Hand. Two color screen print with water-based Ink on 110LB cover stock recycled archival paper. Made in USA.

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The Chemex is a timeless, easy-to-use way of making pour-over. We love the way it accents each coffee, so much that we use it in all our stores. Includes a polished wood collar with leather tie. Filters sold separately. more info >>>
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Choose your perfect cup! Petunias is our crowd-pleasing house blend, Misfit is roasted for a darker profile, and Pale Rider is our go-to option for decaf drinkers. 

With each order, you will receive your choice of:

  • One 12 oz. Blend per month (select in dropdown)

Subscription Process

To ensure consistently fresh coffee, we process all subscription orders on a rolling basis. What does this mean?

When you sign-up, an account will be created and your card will be charged. Your subscription will be entered into production on our team's next full business day. A recurring charge and automatic purchase order will be generated each month on your sign-up date, unless you choose to skip or cancel your subscription.

At this time, we service the continental United States. Subscription customers may alter their subscription at any time by logging into their account, or by contacting customer service during business hours. We cover all monthly shipping costs for subscriptions. 

Our team roast all of our coffees to order Monday through Friday, and ship same-day from Birmingham, Alabama. Order by 12:00pm noon, CST, to guarantee your coffee is produced and shipped the following business day.

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The perfect gift! The Full House bundle contains three 12 oz. bags of our most popular coffee blends: Petunias Blend (Colombia, Brazil), Misfit Blend (Latin America), and our current seasonal blend.

Please note: this bundle comes as a single shipment. If you are interested in receiving this bundle as a recurring order, please visit our subscriptions page.

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For old school and new school brewers alike. Great for big families, small offices, and pot-per-day coffee drinkers. 

With each order, you will receive: 

  • One 12 oz. bag of Petunias Blend (Colombia, Brazil)
  • One 12 oz. bag of Misfit Blend (Latin America)
  • One 12 oz. bag of our current seasonal blend

Subscription Process

To ensure consistently fresh coffee, we process all subscription orders on a rolling basis. What does this mean?

When you sign-up, an account will be created and your card will be charged. Your subscription will be entered into production on our team's next full business day. A recurring charge and automatic purchase order will be generated each month on your sign-up date, unless you choose to skip or cancel your subscription.

At this time, we service the continental United States. Subscription customers may alter their subscription at any time by logging into their account, or by contacting customer service during business hours. We cover all monthly shipping costs for subscriptions. 

Our team roast all of our coffees to order Monday through Friday, and ship same-day from Birmingham, Alabama. Order by 12:00pm noon, CST, to guarantee your coffee is produced and shipped the following business day.

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Kavutiri
$19 - 12oz

Deep, juicy tones of cherry, blood orange, and grapefruit. Currant and butterscotch sweetness on the finish.

Sourced from the Kavutiri Factory near the Ena River in central Kenya. About 1,000 small scale farmers deliver cherry to the washing station for processing. The Kavutiri Factory itself was built in the mid 1960's after Kenya’s independence, as one of the earlier stations built in the region. It is centrally located and serves the surrounding regions of Embu, Kianjokomo, and Katuriri. The farmers deliver cherry to the station, where it is depulped and sent to fermentation tanks overnight. After the tanks, the coffee is soaked to remove any remaining sugar content. Water from the Ena River is used in the coffee washing process. The coffee is then sent to dry on raised beds for 7-15 days, depending on the weather.

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Lonely Hunter
$18 - 12oz

Our winter blend of lots from Colombia and Peru evokes layers of mixed dried fruits like fig, banana, apricot, and cranberry with warm, bass notes of dark sugar. more info >>>
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Misfit
$15 - 12oz

Latin America

Full-bodied with tones of butterscotch, praline, and toasted pecan. Warm tones and a dark chocolate finish.

We roast all of our coffees to order Monday through Friday, and ship same-day from Birmingham, Alabama. Order by 12:00pm noon, CST, to guarantee your coffee is produced and shipped the following business day.

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Original 18" x 24" illustration by Knowlita of our New Orleans location. Signed & Embossed by Hand. Two color screen print with water-based Ink on 110LB cover stock recycled archival paper. Made in USA.



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Pale Rider
$15 - 12oz

Colombia Decaf

Red apple, caramel, and milk chocolate character. Balanced, sweet, clean, and easy-going. Rotating seasonal lots from Colombia.

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Petunias
$15 - 12oz

Brazil Colombia

Notes of fresh red cherry, toasted mixed nuts, and sweet cocoa. Smooth and velvety body with a resonant finish. Easy to drink.

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Shift Break
$15 - 12oz

Colombia

A special collaboration with The Giving Kitchen. Drink up on this easy-going and balanced coffee from Colombia. A portion of every sale directly benefits GK and restaurant workers in crisis.

GK provides emergency assistance to restaurant workers through financial support and a network of community resources in order to build a community where crisis is met with compassion and care. And anyone can be a hero.

For more info about GK, visit www.givingkitchen.org and follow @givingkitchen.

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Rotating, seasonal offerings selected by members of our team. Origin-focused and inspired by a farm to table lifestyle. 

With each order, you will receive:

    • Two 12 oz. bags of varied coffees, hand-selected from our current roster of single origins. Our January 2019 Team Pick is by Manon Soprano, Director of Bronnie's Coffee Tech. We are currently featuring: Yabitu Koba and Kalico

Subscription Process

To ensure consistently fresh coffee, we process all subscription orders on a rolling basis. What does this mean?

When you sign-up, an account will be created and your card will be charged. Your subscription will be entered into production on our team's next full business day. A recurring charge and automatic purchase order will be generated each month on your sign-up date, unless you choose to skip or cancel your subscription.

At this time, we service the continental United States. Subscription customers may alter their subscription at any time by logging into their account, or by contacting customer service during business hours. We cover all monthly shipping costs for subscriptions. 

Our team roast all of our coffees to order Monday through Friday, and ship same-day from Birmingham, Alabama. Order by 12:00pm noon, CST, to guarantee your coffee is produced and shipped the following business day.

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Yabitu Koba
$19 - 12oz

Super juicy and intensely sweet with fruit forward notes of ripe peach, nectarine, and mandarin orange.

Grown in the highest coffee region of Ethiopia: the forests of Uraga, in Guji. Here, soaring elevations exceed 2,300 masl, and traditional harvest methods mirror more of a “foraging” agro-forestry approach. The coffee trees which grow under the canopy are local landrace, or heirloom, varieties, which have evolved and adapted in the regional forests over long periods of time, pre-dating the introduction of coffee outside of the East African Rift. The trees produce less cherry than garden style or higher input farming methods. The low production volume is a result of forested shade and minimal intervention. The production may be low, but the coffees are stunning.

Sourced from the Hana Asrat Washing Station, which is located in the Yabitu Koba Village of Uraga. About 720 farmers deliver to this wet mill. Cherries are picked in the morning, and is depulped in the afternoon. After depulping, the cherry is fully washed via a 1-2 day fermentation; then soaked for a few hours before being dried drying on raised beds. With such a clean profile, the character of the forest coffee truly shines through.

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