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LocallyRoasted is a local Fort Worth Southside neighborhood coffee delivery service. If you live in Fairmount, Ryan Place, Mistletoe Heights, Berkeley Place, Frisco Heights, Park Hill, University West, Paschal Area, or between I-30 and Rosedale, I can deliver your order to your door at no charge. You may also pick up your order, please add a note in the shopping cart and I will email you with information. If you live outside this area and do not make arrangements to pickup, there is a $6 shipping charge. Please add this to your cart if you want me to mail your order, otherwise, your order will be refunded.

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Most of my coffees come from Sweet Marias or Coffee Shrub, their higher volume outlet, though I do pick up others from time to time from other importers. My favorite thing about buying from Sweet Marias, besides the consistently high quality, is their Farm Gate program. Sweet Marias consistently pays 50-100% higher than Fair Trade prices direct to farmers when they are able to buy direct..
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Current Stock

Featured Coffee! – Guatemala Acatenango Gesha – $25/1lb This is a special limited quantity gesha. This is a rare cultivar and its expensive. Floral, fruit, honey, black tea with a raw sugar sweetness. From Sweet Marias on this Gesha cultivar, “If you don’t know the story of the Gesha cultivar, it is an old coffee type from Ethiopia that was brought to an experimental coffee garden in Costa Rica years ago as a specimen sample. It was distributed to a few farms for testing on small plots, but not much was thought of it until one of these, Esmeralda in Panama, separated it from the other cultivars and entered it in the national competition. It was so outrageously different, with fruited and floral character like a Yirga Cheffe coffee from half a world away. Now that the word is out, other small farms that received some of the seed have tried to separate their Gesha coffee as well, as is the case here.”

Rwanda – $12/1lb A unique coffee. It has depth, but its also very bright and sweet with dried fruit flavors – raisin and date. A hint of cardamom and clove adds further complexity.
Brazil Fazedna Santa Ines – $12/1lb Medium body with cocoa, nuttiness and slight fruit.
Kenya Nyeri Gatomboya – $12/1lb Sweet with Blackberry and hint of chocolate
Sumatra FTO Gayo Bies Village – $12/1lb Classic earthy Sumatra, though a little more bright. Heavy-bodied with melon, cherry, pine notes.
Guatemala – $12/1lb A classic Guatemala. Always a top, high-grown favorite. Nutty with a hint of cocoa and nice balanced sweetness.
Ethiopia Dry Process Yirga Cheffe Aricha – $12/1lb Fragrant and fruity. An excellent Yirga Cheffe.

Decaf – $12/1lb I usually try to keep at least one decaf bean in stock.


I usually can make these, or a close variant any time, but still subject to component availability.

Standard Blend – $12/1lb This is my first and still one of my favorite blends.
Mohka Java – $12/1lb The world’s oldest blend. Traditionally a Yemeni Mohka and Java. Normally, I cant get Yemeni coffee and will use Ethiopia.
Half Caf Blend – $12/1lb A 50/50 mix (or whatever you prefer) of decaf and single origin of your choice.


Cascara Costa Rica – 4.5oz

This is the dried fruit hulls from natural processed coffee. Its traditionally brewed as a tea – even before we learned to roast the seeds and grind them for coffee as we know it today.

Brewing is probably best done in a French press, or if you brew it in a mug find a way to cover it to keep the heat in. You need to steep it hot and for a good 5-10 minutes. You are rehydrating dried fruit and extracting flavor, so it takes more time than a regular tea. It makes a great fruited tea with hibiscus, rose hips and tamarind notes. A dash of sugar really makes the fruit more intense, but it has some natural sweetness on its own.
The fruit is edible. I’ve read of people baking them in breads, infusing with alcohol, and sprinkling the dried fruit on yogurt and cereal as well. I’m think about trying a compote…
This particular product is not certified organic, but these dried fruits come from three organic coffee farms. I will be selling 4.5oz, which basically fills a 1lb coffee bag for $10.

2 thoughts on “Current Offerings – Order

  1. Thanks for Speaking last night at the North Richland Hills Maker Space. Sorry I had to head out early but I had to be up at 4:50 this morning. It was great listening to you about your trials and tribulations with brewing coffee. Greatly appreciated.


    Brian Guarnieri (The guy with the “M” on his shirt).

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