Coffees of the World Gift Box


Embark on a journey to explore distinct flavors from around the globe with our Coffees of the World Gift Box. Uncover four distinct coffees from four coffee regions – Central America, South America, Africa, and Indonesia – all in one box. Includes four 12oz bags of specialty Canyon Coffee Roasters coffee -- Brazil Fazenda Coqueiro, Costa Rica Cafe con Amor, Ethiopia Edido, and Sumatra Gayo Highlands.


Brazil Fazenda Coqueiro

Flavor Profile: Caramel, Green Apple, Pastry Crust

Roast Level: Light

Processing Method: Pulped Natural

Region: Mantiqueira de Minas

Producer: Jonatas Carneiro

Elevation: 1100 - 1300 MASL

Variety: Yellow Catuai

Notes: Fazenda Coqueiro, located in Mantiqueria de Minas, is owned by Jonatas Carneiro. Nestled in the Mantiqueira Mountains, Jonatas's farm has become renowned for excellent coffee, experimenting with post harvest technology, soil, and new processing techniques. This particular bean is pulped natural (honey processed) and exhibits notes of caramel, green apple, and pastry crust with a medium body and nutty finish.


Costa Rica Cafe con Amor

Flavor Profile: Orange Peel, Candied Walnut, Cocoa

Roast Level: Medium

Processing Method: Honey

Region: Cańuelas, Naranjo

Producer: Marianella Baez Jost

Elevation: 1450 MASL

Variety: Villa Sarchi

Notes: Farmers Project was founded by Jonathan Jost and Marianella Baez Jost of Cafe Con Amor as a way to help local farmers in Costa Rica sell their coffee for a fair price to support their workers, farms, and families. Since then, Farmers Project has grown to include many farmers who share the vision, collaborating to learn, share best practices, and export specialty coffee together.



Ethiopia Edido

Flavor Profile: Mixed Berry, Chocolate, Rhubarb

Roast Level: Light

Processing Method: Natural

Region: SNNPR

Producer: Various Smallholders

Elevation: 1950 - 2100 MASL

Variety: Heirloom

Notes: Ripe cherries are delivered to the Wonberta’s Edido washing station where coffees are sorted and dried on raised beds. In order to promote even drying, the coffees are turned every 2 to 3 hours in the first few days, then regularly for up to six weeks until the coffee is fully dried.


Sumatra Gayo Highlands

Flavor Profile: Chocolate, Cherry, Licorice, Thai Basil

Roast Level: Medium Dark

Processing Method: Giling Basah

Region: Central Aceh Regency

Producer: Various Smallholders

Elevation: 1100 - 1200 MASL

Variety: Lasuna, Sigara Utang, Jember 795

Notes: This Gayo wet-hulled coffee goes through an extra round of hand-sorting at the dry mill to mimimize defects and improve clarity in cup quality. The coffee exporter in Sumatra, Santiang Exports, works with many small producers in the area to make improvements in drying, sorting, and process control.


Grind Size:Whole Bean

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