La Minita Costa Rican

La Minita Costa Rican

$ 20.00 Regular price
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La Minita Costa Rican

From $ 9.95
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Ethiopian Yirgacheffe

Ethiopian Yirgacheffe

$ 16.65 Regular price
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Ethiopian Yirgacheffe

From $ 9.95
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Tanzanian Peaberry

Tanzanian Peaberry

$ 19.00 Regular price
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Tanzanian Peaberry

From $ 9.95
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Guatemalan Huehuetenango

Guatemalan Huehuetenango

$ 18.00 Regular price
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Guatemalan Huehuetenango

From $ 9.95
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Colombian Supremo

Colombian Supremo

$ 18.00 Regular price
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Colombian Supremo

From $ 9.95
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Sumatra Mandheling

Sumatra Mandheling

$ 19.00 Regular price
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Sumatra Mandheling

From $ 9.95
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Kenya AA

Kenya AA

$ 19.00 Regular price
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Kenya AA

From $ 9.95
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Java Estate

Java Estate

$ 19.00 Regular price
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Java Estate

From $ 9.95
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Brasil Sunrise

Brasil Sunrise

$ 20.00 Regular price
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Brasil Sunrise

From $ 9.95
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Mexican Custepec

Mexican Custepec

$ 18.00 Regular price
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Mexican Custepec

From $ 9.95
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Kona Greenwell Farms

Kona Greenwell Farms

$ 47.00 Regular price
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Kona Greenwell Farms

From $ 29.95
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Ren's Blend

Ren's Blend

$ 19.00 Regular price
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Ren's Blend

From $ 9.95
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La Minita Costa Rican

February's Coffee of the Month is La Minita, a delightful medium roast from the beautiful farm in Tarrazu, Costa Rica.

"Hacienda La Minita was founded on the principle that coffee is much more than a commodity and should be enjoyed as luxuriously as an exquisite glass of wine or a gourmet meal."

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The Coffee King, by Barbara Steck

Mike Sheldrake opened Polly’s Gourmet Coffee in 1976 at the end of Second Street in Belmont Shore. Forty-four years later, he is still roasting coffee beans every morning in the same location. Mike bought the coffee part of the business from Polly’s Pies in 1989 after having worked there since high school. He wanted to learn the business from roots to roasting, and the result was Polly’s Gourmet Coffee.

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We Survived 2020!

We all know this year had been challenging to say the least, and as a small business owner I would personally like to say "thank you" to every person who purchased a cup of coffee, pound of beans, and more. Without you we couldn't have made it through and we continue to survive because of your support.

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