Andino Coffee Darker Roast

Andino Premium Coffee Whole Beans:  Enjoy the great flavor that comes from small farms in the mountains of Peru at 4,000 feet and above. This is a dark roast perfect for those who prefer a clean, well-balanced coffee with rich notes of dark chocolate and cherry, rounded out with a smooth, buttery finish. Great for breakfast to jump start your day, as an afternoon pick me up with friends, and just about anytime.

Sizes   | Price  | Sale Price
12oz……$14.99…..$13.49 10% – 12 oz.
2 lbs……$34.99…..$29.99 15% – 2 lbs.
5 lbs……$79.99…..$63.99 20% – 5lbs.

PMC dark roast coffee
Our Andino beans are grown exclusively on small farms above 4,000 square feet. The higher elevation results in the perfect combination of rich soil and climate. The resulting coffee beans are known for their higher concentration of sugars which, when combined with our artisanal roasting techniques, produces a truly unique mix of flavor notes that you will not find in coffee harvested from lower elevations.

Indigenous farmers handpick and process our beans, assuring a higher level of quality control. Only the best beans find their way to your coffee cup! Because these beans are also single origin, sourced from the Junin region of Peru, you will notice a pure taste that you will not find in a blend.

Notes: Dark Chocolate | Cherry

Bean Type: Whole Bean

Bag Size: 12 oz. | 2 lb. | 5 lb.

Origin: Single Origin, Peru


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Wondering why we chose Peru? The truth is, when we visited Peru a few years ago we were captivated by the overall taste and quality of their coffee. Upon returning to the United States, we simply couldn't find a coffee that matched the fascinating and complex flavors we experienced in Peru. We knew that other coffee lovers would enjoy the quality of Peruvian coffee, and so we decided to bring it to you ourselves!

In Peru, coffee is typically grown by independent, indigenous farmers on small farms measuring just a few acres in size. This makes it difficult for big coffee corporations to get to them, but is a great thing for us and for the coffee you'll be holding.