Source Roast Coffee
7.29 20.72 $7.29 - $20.72
- The lighter the roast, the stronger the caffeine content.
- The darker the roast, the bolder the flavor of the source of the coffee, but less caffeine.
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Named after the famous circus elephant. Just as Modoc made a big impression when she crashed through the front door of our store in 1942, our espresso has made a big impression too. We blend three different coffees to make this pungent blend which can be enjoyed alone or as part of one of those fun frothy drinks they make at Modoc's. This blend is a lighter roast than many espressos you will find, but it's a favorite around here.
Modoc's Decaf Espresso
It had to be done. We've developed a nice, well balanced decaf espresso worthy of the name. For you folks that can't tolerate caffeine or who require espresso 24 hours a day. This is for you.
Brazil is the world's largest producer of coffee, much of which is not highly regarded. But, Brazil is also a producer of some very excellent coffees. Our Santos is one of those. It is mild, yet full-bodied. It can be enjoyed anytime. We use this wonderfully consistent Santos as the base for many of our flavored coffees and we use it in some of our blends for its body and ability to bind more piquant aromas together. Roasted to a New England (Light) Roast.
Brazil Santos Decaf
A nice low acid, full-bodied Brazilian decaf. Medium roast.
Brazil Daterra Sweet Blue
Daterra Farms is a large operation which produces a variety of coffees on its plantations. It is typical of all of the Daterra farms production in that the green beans are some of the cleanest and most uniform we see. The green coffee comes to us vacuum packed in foil bags which is very unusual. Our Sweet Blue is a low acid, full-bodied coffee with chocolate hints. This is fine example of Daterra's efforts. Rainforest Alliance Certified. Roasted to a Full City (Medium) Roast.
This is a very popular blend which consists of a base of Brazil Santos blended with about 1/4 Colombian Supremo. Full bodied with the BIG Colombian characteristics toned down a bit. Good to drink anytime, but guaranteed to ease you into the day. Light American roast.
Large, premium 17-18 screen size bean. Balanced flavor, richly acidy, authoratative, and full-bodied. This is the classic coffee of Colombia and one of our best sellers. Roasted to a New England (Light) Roast.
French Roast Colombian Supremo
The same premium Colombian 17-18 screen as our American Roast above but roasted to a dark French Roast. Less acidy, more subdued flavors tending towards a more pungent, complex cup. Roasted to a Full French (Dark). Roast.
Costa Rica "Royal" Tarrazu
Medium-full body, intense aroma, and citrus acidity harmonize perfectly for a classic coffee experience. A flavor combination of sweet fruits and nuts make this coffee from Costa Rica's most famous growing region a standout in our lineup.
Intriguing and absolutely unique, our naturally-processed Harrar produces a distinct flowery and fruity taste. Chamomile, rosemary and blueberry flavors combine and vie for your attention, sip after sip. Harrar showcases a medium-full creamy body and is a perennial favorite of our customers. Roasted dark.
This is a blend of Guatemala Antigua and dark roasted Brazil Santos. As we try different blends and roasts, once in a while we stumble onto something special. Blending a lighter and darker roast is a bit unconventional, but this blend is one that has caught on with our customers. We think that our fluid bed roasting which produces a "brighter" coffee also adds to this. The Guatemala's fruit is contrasted with the dark, mildy smoky Santos. They do not compete, but rather compliment one another. Quickly becoming a favorite with our customers.
Guatemalan coffee is revered as one of the most flavorful and nuanced cups in the world. Due to our proximity to Guatemala, some of the finest coffees from this origin come to the United States. Guatemalan growing regions vary in their potential cup quality: many have sufficient altitude, soil and climate conditions. Antiguas are well-known and highly rated. This genuine Antigua is a fine example from the volcano rich soil of that region. Nice body with full-on bright cup with spice. Medium roasted to bring out the these qualities in the cup.
Vibrant and winey. A full-bodied, acidy and complex coffee that is what the best Kenyans are all about. Roasted dark.