Stella Cometa

$14.00 / 12oz Whole Bean

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Roast Level: Medium Roast
Tasting Notes: Caramel - Hazelnut - Touch of Acidity

Italian for “North Star” or “Guiding Light” this Espresso Blend is our beacon for quality, craft, and product in one. It’s where we continually look to make sure we are steadfast in our commitment to produce the absolute best product possible.

This blend of coffees from Central and South America include both washed and honeyed processing in order to create an espresso that combines body, sweetness, acidity and a clean aftertaste.

Origin: Brazil, Colombia, Nicaragua, El Salvador
Altitude: Various
Varietal: Various
Process: Various

In a constant effort to keep our blends as fresh as possible, they can vary with coffee's changing seasonality. Contact the Roastery directly to learn more details about the coffees used in this blend.

Customer Reviews

Based on 102 reviews
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Susan Shults

Superior coffee !

J
Jeff Chambers
Love it

Love it

C
Catalina Ruiz
Full flavor and smooth

Buy it and be happier for it!

J
John L
What's in a Name?

The coffee is great, but the story about the name is a disaster. Stella Cometa means nothing in Spanish and Star Comet in Italian. I guess in Spanish it could mean a comet named Stella, but the north star/guiding light story is totally off. Since most people use gps for navigation today, the North Star doesn't have the significance that it used to, so maybe it's not a big deal. Sounds okay, just doesn't mean what you think

T
Tucker Harding

Great for classic tasting espresso

Customer Reviews

Based on 102 reviews
89%
(91)
4%
(4)
4%
(4)
2%
(2)
1%
(1)
S
Susan Shults

Superior coffee !

J
Jeff Chambers
Love it

Love it

C
Catalina Ruiz
Full flavor and smooth

Buy it and be happier for it!

J
John L
What's in a Name?

The coffee is great, but the story about the name is a disaster. Stella Cometa means nothing in Spanish and Star Comet in Italian. I guess in Spanish it could mean a comet named Stella, but the north star/guiding light story is totally off. Since most people use gps for navigation today, the North Star doesn't have the significance that it used to, so maybe it's not a big deal. Sounds okay, just doesn't mean what you think

T
Tucker Harding

Great for classic tasting espresso