Good Food Awards Winner!
We are excited to release this new natural-process coffee from Guji, Ethiopia- and even more excited to share that this coffee was selected as winner for the 2023 Good Food Awards! Give this award-winner a try before it's gone.
NEW SINGLE ORIGIN
Kenya Narok Mara Estate
This delicious natural stands apart from the traditional clean flavors of sunny Kenya, with forward sweetness and the creamy texture of a fermented natural.
Can't choose just one? Try a Blossom Coffee subscription for fresh-roasted coffee delivered to your doorstep.
Organic Peru Edward Gonzales
This lot comes from Edward Alexy Gonzales Mundaca, who harvested and processed this micro-lot on his 20 acre farm in Peru, Las Huacas. We taste light and crisp acidity in notes like pear and guava, with a delicious toffee and milk chocolate finish.
Colombia Jose Domingo Ullune
This new washed coffee comes to us from a small farm on the western coast in Colombia- Jose Domingo Ullune is the name of its owner and operator. Give it a try before this limited lot is gone!
CAN'T PICK JUST ONE?
the Single-Origin Sampler
includes six 2.5-3 oz (70-85 g) samples of our current favorite single-origin coffees. Every box is different as our offerings change throughout the year, but you can expect coffees from East Africa, Central America and Indonesia.
Papua New Guinea Tenenga Village
This is our first year sourcing from Amamas Coffee project, and the first Papua New Guinea we have featured in many years. We love the balance and complexity of this coffee with tropical fruit notes and a heavy body. Grab a bag while it's here!
the Blossom logo mini tumbler
We are so excited to offer our first ever merch item, a beautiful, stainless-steel tumbler. In a portable size with a sliding lid, this was made for the specialty coffee lover in your life who is on the go. We only have so many and they will be gone fast!
We have been providing people with a sweeter, more impactful and better tasting cup of coffee. From a small island in the Puget Sound, to your door step, one cup at a time.