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Our Unique Approach

It started with a love of black coffee and trying to make a living as an artist. While I was drinking a cup of coffee I was thinking about how I could escape the rat race, and do something I love every day. That’s where YOU come in. You have helped me accomplish my dream of making a living with my art and design. Becuase of YOU I can spend more time with my family, travel, improve Death Coast Coffee, help people and much more. I am forever grateful to you my customers and for everyone who drinks Death Coast Coffee every day.

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Our Unique Approach

It started with a love of black coffee and trying to make a living as an artist. While I was drinking a cup of coffee I was thinking about how I could escape the rat race, and do something I love every day. That’s where YOU come in. You have helped me accomplish my dream of making a living with my art and design. Becuase of YOU I can spend more time with my family, travel, improve Death Coast Coffee, help people and much more. I am forever grateful to you my customers and for everyone who drinks Death Coast Coffee every day.

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This coffee exemplified what naturals should be and defied all the typical expectations: syrupy, fruit-forward, but clean and crisp and with no hints of overferment.
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This coffee uses the twin virtues of balance and sweetness as our guide when creating the roast, keeping those two characteristics paramount. Bright, clean, sweet and harmonious.

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Guatemala
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It is thought to be related to early Typica based on its shape, and similar to Ethiopian Longberry due to its taste profile – tea-like, lemon candy and a silky body.

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This coffee exemplified what naturals should be and defied all the typical expectations: syrupy, fruit-forward, but clean and crisp and with no hints of overferment.
REGION
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Columbia
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This coffee uses the twin virtues of balance and sweetness as our guide when creating the roast, keeping those two characteristics paramount. Bright, clean, sweet and harmonious.

REGION
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Guatemala
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It is thought to be related to early Typica based on its shape, and similar to Ethiopian Longberry due to its taste profile – tea-like, lemon candy and a silky body.

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Coffee Lovers

Keeping the team lean, mean and caffeinated. Meet the people who handle every process of your coffee purchase.

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Jesse Cervantes

Owner | General Manager

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John

Packaging

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Lexie

Shipping

Price Transparency

The true cost behind one bag of Death Coast Coffee

** Price transparency does not include price of website, logo, label design, brand identity design, printers, storage, marketing, maintenance, salaries, etc. Price transparency is only the ongoing cost of each bag of Death Coast Coffee ** Each roast varies by $0.50 - $1.00**

Transportation

$3.00 +

Purchase & Roasting

$6.00 +

Packaging

$1.00 +

Label

$0.50 +

Labor

$2.00 +

Cost Per Bag

$12.50

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