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Saccuzzo Single Origin Sampler Bundle - 4 x 12oz Bags

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Burundi, Colombia, Uganda, Nicaragua
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Product Overview

Our Single Origin Sampler includes four 12 oz bags of our favorite single orgin coffees from around the world. Each coffee is unique and amazing. This is a great way to try several of our most popular single origins.

This bundle includes:

  • Burundi Nemba Natural 12oz.
  • Colombia Bochica Farmgate Initiative 12oz.
  • Uganda Embogo 12oz.
  • Nicaragua Olomega Supreme 12oz.

Burundi Nemba Natural

Creamy with notes of grape and blueberry. This naturally processed Burundi hales from the Nemba Central Washing Station in the province of Kayanza and has become a customer favorite.

The Kayanza province is in the northern part of Burundi, close to the border of Rwanda, located at an altitude of more than 1700m. Kayanza has the reputation of being one of the best coffee producing regions in Burundi. It is also known for being the water source of the Nile River. The Nemba Central Washing Station is one of many in the region.  They collect cherries from over 2,600 local coffee farmers spread over the fifteen neighboring hills. The natural processing of this coffee takes a long time and constant supervision. This is what brings out the thick syrupy body and imparts the natural fruit flavors already present in the cherries. 

Country: Burundi
Region: Kayanza
Cultivar: Red Bourbon
Process: Natural
Altitude: 1700+ Meters

Cupping Notes: Creamy, Grape, Blueberry

Colombia Bochica Farmgate Initiative 

Our Bochica blend is sourced from cooperatives, associations and direct partners located across Colombia's most famous coffee-growing departments. Bochica was the Muisca tribe’s father of modern civilization. He brought morality and law to the people and taught them agriculture. Like its namesake, our Colombia Bochica blend will bring order to your life. Every bag of Bochica purchased supports clean drinking water projects in partner communities. The blend is faithful to the traditional washed profile associated with Colombia: well-rounded, full body, chocolate and fruit-forward with bright acidity.

FARM/COOP/STATION: Various fully traceable cooperatives, associations and direct partners within the supply chain

VARIETAL: Mainly Huila, Tolima, Caldas, Risaralda, Antioquia

PROCESSING: Fully washed

ALTITUDE: 1,300 to 1,900 meters above sea level

FARM SIZE: 1 to 15 hectares on average

Cupping Notes: Silky, Sweet, Chocolate, Peach

Uganda Embogo Natural Process
Our Uganda Embogo Natural combines the classic Natural traits of citrus and floral notes while distinguishing itself with a silky winey punch that is unlike any other origin. At an 85+ cup score, this coffee packs all the strength and diversity, like the buffalo from which it takes its name, while offering quality and value that is irresistible. Embogo’s unique taste profile evokes the diverse landscapes of the region. From the mighty snow-capped Rwenzori mountains to the beautiful, lush savannah of the plains, the diverse ecosystems where this coffee is grown provide ideal conditions for cultivating sweet, dense coffees. The remarkable quality is a direct result of high altitudes and fertile soil of the regions in which it is grown.



ALTITUDE: 1,300 to 2,000 meters above sea level

REGION: Western Uganda

FARM SIZE: 0.5 to 1 hectares

HARVEST MONTHS: October– February (Main crop) | April–August (Fly crop)

Cupping Notes: Milk Chocolate, Strawberry, Blueberry, Plum

Nicaragua Olomega Supreme

This coffee is sourced from family-owned farms organized around Asociación Aldea Global Jinotega (Aldea Global), an organization operating in the department of Jinotega, Nicaragua.  Aldea Global has more than 500 members and 47 per cent are women, the result of investing revenues in gender equality programs focused on healthcare and small business lending. Olomega coffee is produced by descendants of an indigenous group called the Chorotegas who live in the village of Olomega.

ALTITUDE - 1000 to 1400 (m. a. s. l.)

GROWER - Asociación Aldea Global Jinotega (Aldea Global)

CULTIVARS - Bourbon, Catuai, and Caturra

REGION - Olomega, Jinotega

PROCESS - Washed

Cupping Notes: Chocolate, Toffee, Walnut


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