Some people quickly earn your respect and regard. Patrick Roehrman of MT Knives is one of those for me. So, on the path to discussing September’s Coffee of the Month, let’s hear some of his story.

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Welcome Holler Roast’s first coffee from our neighbor Mexico. We are proud to present a superior coffee that comes from the high mountains in the southernmost province of Mexico.

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Vietnam Lotus SHG

Welcome to July and the chance to do something different with your coffee of the month.

After Brazil, which country produces the most coffee in the world? Read more

Panama Boquete

Boquete is nowhere near the Panama Canal: it’s high in the mountains, not too far from Costa Rica. It need not be: it’s a fine destination for hanging bridge lovers; coffee drinkers; foodies; volcano visitors; music, arts, and crafts enthusiasts; and those looking for a good place to retire. Boquete hosts the 50-year-old Coffee and Flower Festival (January) and a jazz and blues festival. Read more

Cusco Choice Organic

Living high up in the Andes jungle region at 3,000 – 3,500 feet above sea level, 296 ranchers – 39 of whom are women – grow premium beans for the coffee and cocoa worlds.

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Honey Process Burundi

The story of this coffee is not clever or deeply historic, but it’s riveting.

Kayenza Province is situated in northeast Burundi, near the southern border with Rwanda, and contains the source waters of the Nile River. The 1893-meter altitude, volcanic soil, and relative availability of water produce an exotic high-altitude coffee you’ll long remember.

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Monsooned Malabar

Get ready for an outstanding coffee from a country you might not have expected, grown in conditions you’d surely have thought awful – and yet, it’s a coffee tasters treasure. These beans come all the way from the Malabar region of India’s southwest coast. Read more

Brazil Ipê Natural

Coffee from Brazil is so versatile: it can root a delicious blend, take on spirit-cooling, and stand on its own. Read more

Ethiopia Yirgacheffe

It’s widely believed that coffee drinking began between 900 and 1,000 AD in Abyssinia, now Ethiopia. The story goes like this. Read more