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NPR Single-Origin Subscription - Two 12 oz bags

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Two different 12 oz bags of seasonal, fresh-roasted coffees selected every four weeks by Counter Culture's Coffee Department and delivered directly to you. Two bags total with each shipment.

When you sign up for a Two-Bag Subscription right now, you'll receive these Single-Origin coffees:

La Viuda from Jaén, Peru.Tasting notes of black cherry, stone fruit, and milk chocolate.

K’uychi from Samaniego, Nariño, Colombia. Tasting notes of green grape, clementine, and milk chocolate. (see Story below for more)

 Your credit card will be billed per shipment. Subscriptions begin the next business day after they are received.

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Counter Culture only roasts the coffea arabica, but, under the species of arabica, we buy dozens of different coffee varieties from around the world. Learn more about varieties here.


Processing is the method to turn the fruit from a coffee tree into dried green coffee ready for roasting.


This refers to the elevation at which this coffee was grown.


This refers to the amount of time this coffee will be available for purchase at Counter Culture. Availability is determined by supply and also when the coffee tastes the freshest.


La Viuda

Peru contains many sub-regions famous for producing coffees of excellent quality, however, the districts southwest of Jaén are not typically thought of in that same vein.  Largely overlooked by specialty traders, most of the coffees from this area have historically been bulked into large commodity blends. Working closely with our exporting partner, we have started to dig deeper and explore the quality potential of the many small coffee-producing communities in the area. This year’s selections have excited us with flavors of black cherry, stone fruit, and milk chocolate. 


The Nariño region is known for producing some of Colombia's finest and highest-altitude coffees. The region has also experienced ongoing challenges with conflict that has made trade more difficult and discouraged farmer aggregation. Since 2015, we’ve been purchasing coffee from an inspiring association of 29 producers in the town of Samaniego working together to improve their farms and offer unique coffees from their community. This year’s selection of K’uychi pleases with notes of green grape, clementine, and milk chocolate.

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