muted post horn trystero coffee

To order click here to email the_trystero@trysterocoffee.com with
your bean choice.  I'll arrange payment and shipping with you.

I generally roast on Tuesdays and Thursdays, check my schedule here,
please place your orders before Monday or Wednesday nights before 10pm.

I'm hearing from several customers that our emails have started landing in their
spam folders, check your spam if you haven't heard from us for awhile.

Free delivery near Atwater Village, Silver Lake, Echo Park, downtown LA, and Burbank.  
Email me for Priority Mail options (e.g. $6 for up to 3 bags in SoCal).

Our offerings (14 oz bags) as of 8/1/2014 (in order from most stock to least):

I usually have a couple of small, special offerings every month or two,
email me if you'd like to be notified, they won't be listed on the site.

Since I am now doing friends and family pricing for everyone, please
add $1.00 for your whole order when paying via Paypal, thank you.

Ethiopia Yirga Cheffe Kore Kochore, $13 per bag:  Through CS's Farm Gate program, wet process,
heirloom varietals, 2000 meters; sweet, honey, raisin and some navel orange.

El Salvador Santa Julia, $10 per bag:   wet process, Pacas and Bourbon,
1350 to 1650 meters; it's all chocolate with a little Amaretto.

Ethiopia Dry Process Gr. 1 Yirga Cheffe Konga, $13 per bag:  Through CS's Farm Gate program, dry process,
heirloom varietals, 2000 meters; chocolate and strawberry, some cinnamon, fairly acidic for a DP.

Ethiopia Aleta Wondo-Haraicho Station, $13 per bag:  Through CS's Farm Gate program, wet process,
heirloom varietals, 2000 meters; very citrusy, lime/kumquat with a tannic finish.

Lot 49 rev4.2, $14 per bag:  orange, vanilla, caramel, with a touch of cinnamon and clove.

Colombia Caicedonia Mantiales del Frontino Geisha, $40 per bag:   Through Cafe Imports ACES program,
wet process, also available in a 7 oz bag for $22. Jamaica, blueberry, tropical fruits with a lightly tannic finish.

Colombia Cauca Popayan WP Decaf, $12 per bag:  wet process,
Typica, 2000 meters; caramel and cinnamon.

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