Coffee is Peru Espresso Roast - FTO.


While many people shy-away from espresso roasted coffee because of a worry it will be too strong, their reluctance to try an espresso roast at a drip, french-press, or percolation maker strength, could be an error. Espresso roast coffee is only as strong as you brew it. 


This fine espresso roasted Peruvian Fair-trade, Organic bean is enjoyable in all methods of brewing. Peru is one of the world's largest producer of coffee and much of it is farmed organically; with the finest grown in the shade of intact rainforest. This coffee should be enjoyed while hot as it makes an odd iced-coffee (in Jude's opinion). Enjoy a 100g bag of this exceptional but less expensive coffee option for only $3.50 or $14/lb (Reg. $18/lb)This coffee is available for custom roasting while present stock lasts - order by Saturday before Hamper Day for full lb orders.


Every Hamper, Jude reaches deep into her stash of rare and unusual green coffee beans to bring delicious oddities like wild-harvested coffee, unusual processes, and a little bit of information about origin or geo-politics; together which become the Special Reserve. Special Reserve coffees are an opportunity to try some of Jude's favorites too - coffees too good to miss. Special Reserve coffees may only ever appear ONCE depending on the availability of beans; in some cases, Jude has been able to source as little as 2lbs of any particular coffee. 


For the more common, but still special coffees, Jude is able to take Custom Roasting orders. Order by Saturday before the Hamper and Jude can include it with your Hamper order. The Special Reserve listing will always say if a coffee is available for Custom Roasting and its per lb price. Email Jude at for more information.

Back Room Farm Special Reserve Coffee

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