Single origin coffees are from a specific country or region of the world. Coffee beans from one growing region can have vastly different flavor characteristics than those from another. At Kobos Coffee, we select the best possible roast for each of our single origin coffees to enhance those unique characteristics.

Brazil Mogiana Coffee

Our Brazil Mogiana has been given the highest cup category in Brazilian coffee grading: Fine Cup (FC) and Strictly Soft (SS). It is a Bourbon variety grown at a higher altitude than most Brazilian coffees (2,500-4,000 feet). This Mogiana is naturally processed by the renowned Coopertiva de Cafeicultores e Agropecuaristas (COCAPEC). Natural processing simply means …

Cafe Femenino Peru, Organic Fair Trade Coffee

In 2004, with a desire for a better future, a few hundred women coffee farmers in Peru united and took a step toward self empowerment. They grew and harvested their own line of organic coffee which came to be called Cafe Femenino. Today Cafe Femenino includes more than 1500 women from Bolivia, Colombia, the Dominican …

Colombia Coffee

Silky smooth and with a nutty finish. You’ll enjoy this Colombian any time of day. It is fragrant, mellow and brews a remarkably well-rounded cup of coffee. Kosher.

Ethiopia Coffee

This single-origin varietal Ethiopian comes from the birthplace of all coffee. Enjoy its juicy body and notes of cocoa nib and stone fruit. Then slide into the sweet, pleasant aftertaste. Kosher.

Guatemala Estate Coffee

This Guatemala coffee is very bright yet smooth. It has notes of orange as well as bittersweet chocolate (despite its milk chocolate aroma). And there’s a faint smokiness in its finish. Kosher. La Providencia Pahlu is owned and operated by Maximiliano Palacios (Max), a third generation coffee farmer. The coffee is grown at 5000 feet, …

Guatemala, Organic Fair Trade Coffee

This organically grown Guatemala Coffee has a light molasses sweetness, a nutmeg aroma and grapefruit acidity. The beans are grown under a canopy of old growth, native shade trees at an elevation of between 4600 and 5900 feet. Santa Rita coffee is certified by the Rainforest Alliance, Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center, and UTZ for sustainable …

Peru, Organic Fair Trade Coffee

Our Peru Sol Y Cafe Coffee is grown between 3000 and 6000 feet. The well-draining, sandy soil of the mountainous region requires the addition of organic material. When ripe, the coffee cherries are wet processed before being laid in the sun to dry. The beans brew up a cup of coffee with a fruity aroma, …

Sumatra Mandheling Coffee

Sumatran coffee, grade 1 Mandheling. This wonderful coffee was introduced to me in the early 1970’s by Erna Knutsen, the Grand Dame of the specialty coffee brokers. In searching for the perfect Sumatran she taught me the importance of finding a balance between its unique earthy flavor, spicy aroma, and low-acid syrupy body. Mandheling is …

Sumatra Takengon Ketiara, Organic Fair Trade Coffee

This Sumatara coffee offers up a clean, woodsy aroma with a touch of spice. The flavor notes include a full-bodied Cabernet wine, nutmeg and just a hint of rich earthiness. The beans are grown in volcanic loam at an elevation of between 4000 and 5000 feet and harvested from June through December. They are wet …