Bulfinch Coffee Roasters
Triple Coffee Pack
3 x 12oz Bags of Coffee (48 cups)
A pack of three freshly roasted 12oz single-origin coffee bags.
*To keep our offerings fresh, we update our beans periodically. As we change beans in the future, we will send subscribers flavor profiles similar to their initial selection.
Sweet and fruity with a buttery taste. Whether we're hopping on the Tat Park Street Station or hiking up Cadillac Mountain to catch the sunrise, this roast is one of our favorites to drink in the morning.
Red Apple, Butter, Raisins, and Clove Tasting Notes
Medium Light Roast
🇨🇴 Timaná, Colombia - Single Origin
Sweet and fruity, this vibrant roast was picked for its light and energetic flavor. Fittingly named after the bustle of Newbury Street, running through Boston's Back Bay.
Peach, Mango, Syrup, and Honey Tasting Notes
🇬🇹 Huehuetenango, Guatemala - Single Origin
This bean comes from a region known for its optimal altitude and soil, resulting in a floral yet rich chocolate taste. It's bright, but has a warmth that reminds us of comfy weekends skiing in New England.
Chocolate, Floral and Bright Tasting Notes
🇵🇪 Cajamarca, Peru - Single Origin
Fruity and dewy, Sharp and smooth, These decaffeinated beans are well-balanced, making them ideal for any occasion, at any time (even late nights spent in the library).
Vanilla, Orange Peel, Citrus Fruit Tasting Notes
🇨🇴 Huila, Colombia - Single Origin
100% Arabica Beans
Roasted to order
Our coffee is freshly roasted, which means what you receive is always as it should be.
Sourced the better way
We work with Caravela to ensure all our beans are sourced responsibly.
Bags that disappear
Your coffee beans won’t last forever, so what they come in won’t either.
Bags and Mailers are 100% compostable, vegan, non-GMO and free from PLAs and PFAs.
Zero carbon importer
Our green beans importer Caravela Coffee have been certified by One Carbon World under its Carbon Neutral Standard, silver status.
Doing our bit
We’re a Carbonfree small business partner, and part of 1% for the Planet.
It should come as standard, but…
…farmers often don’t get what they need. It’s why we pay to ensure livelihoods are met, well-being is high, and ethical practices are continued.