Here are a few of our most popular blends! We also develop custom blends for our clients, let us know if you would like a blend created for you and your business or event. Contact Us >
Winters Blend- Medium Blend
Our Winters Blend is a medium roast that is ground with a pinch of organic cinnamon and nutmeg and is perfect for those cold Maine mornings, these are great gifts and we are currently running a special, buy 3 bags and receive a FREE ornament!
Allagash Blend- Dark Roast
The Allagash Blend is our dark roast. Organic and fair-trade beans are from Sumatra, Indonesia. This blend is fire roasted with Maplewood from the Clayton Lake region of Maine. It has earthy undertones with a deep smokey flavor, very robust and velvety.
Blue Hill Blend- Medium Roast
Blue Hill Blend is one of our medium roasts and this is a unique blend because it is ground with Chaga sourced from Blue Hill, Maine. Organic and fair-trade beans are from Sumatra, Indonesia. This blend is has very low acidity with a strong body. Since we hand grind the local chaga, this blend does not come in whole bean, ground only.
Baxter Blend- Medium Roast
Our Baxter Blend is one of our medium roasts. Organic and fair-trade beans are from Sumatra, Indonesia. This blend is fire roasted with cherrywood collected from the Baxter region of Maine. A silky robust blend with cocoa and smokey undertones.
Mt. Desert Blend- Blonde Roast
Our Mt. Desert Blend is our blonde roast. Organic and fair-trade beans are from Sumatra, Indonesia. This blend is fire roasted with applewood collected from the Mt. Desert region in Maine. A very smooth blend with sweet undertones that is both balanced and intense.
riot roast- espresso blend
This is our newest blend, developed for the Sugar Bird Coffee Truck, located in Portland Maine. This is a velvety smooth deep, dark roast, perfect for all coffee drinks such as cappuccinos, lattes and americana style coffee. The name, Riot Roast, was selected from our online contest where we asked the public to help us name a new roast based around the Portland area. The name comes from Dan Miller and was selected for it's ties to the 1855 Rum Riot that took place on the banks in Portland, Maine.