Coffee Origins

Where does Coffee come from?

Did you know that there are a variety of Coffee Origins that makeup the root of all Coffee that you drink?

At Polly's Gourmet Coffee, we source all of our coffee beans from the best growers available so that we can roast the freshest beans to provide our clients with the best cup of Coffee possible.

Here is a list of all Coffee Origins.



Brazil Sunrise

Brazil Sunrise

Brazil Sunrise is an estate grown coffee featuring good aroma with slight sweetness and a hint black cherries.






Colombian Supremo

Colombian Supremo

A medium body coffee, butter smooth with vanilla and raisin notes. Mild acidity. This is the coffee that everyone will like.






Costa Rican

Costa Rican

A medium body coffee displaying a touch of smoky cedar, citrus aroma and bright acidity.






Ethiopian Yirgachef

Ethiopian Yirgacheff

A full-bodied coffee with a rich, winey taste and aroma. This is the original coffee. Wonderful straight, but also blends well with coffee from the Americas and Africa.






Guatamalan Huehuetanago

Guatemalan Huehuetanago

A medium bodied coffee with a complex fruity taste and medium acidity. Best enjoyed straight instead of in blends.






Colombian Supremo

Jamaica Blue Mountain

This is one of the rarest coffees in the world. It has the perfect balance of body, taste and aroma and is an exceptional treat.






Colombian Supremo

Java Estate

Grown on the Blawan Estate in Indonesia, this java coffee is full bodied with medium aroma and low acidity. Excellent after dinner coffee.






Colombian Supremo

Kenya AA

This African coffee is full bodied with winey richness with a hint of black currant and chocolate. It also blends well with Indonesian coffees.






Colombian Supremo

Kona Greenwell Farms

Kona is light bodied with mild aroma and a lively flavor. This is an amazing morning coffee. Please do not dilute it by blending.






Colombian Supremo

La Minita Costa Rican

This is an estate grown coffee meaning that all of the beans were grown on one plantation. La Minita is a medium body coffee with smoky rich flavor containing hints of currants with a sweet finish.






Colombian Supremo

Mexican Custepec

This is a light bodied, nutty coffee with a lively taste which is also excellent in blends.






Colombian Supremo

Sumatra Mandheling

This Indonesian coffee displays a great aroma with an earthy flavor with a low acid mellowness. Satisfying as a single origin coffee, Sumatra is also used to add body to blends.






Colombian Supremo

Tanzanian Peaberry

This peaberry (one coffee seed per cherry instead of two) variety of coffee has a very full body and aroma. This most bold African coffee has a flavor similar to Burgandy wine.