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Not sure which coffee or product is right for you? We can help!

The world of coffee is vast and varied.

And we know that can be a little intimidating. So, we've prepared a collection of our pages and blogs to help you with your coffee-related questions.


Blend Buying Guide
A list of all of our coffee blend offerings in order of roast level.
Making a Coffee Subscription Work for You
The ins and outs of our recurring coffee subscription program, explained!
How to Choose a Single Origin Coffee
We talk about our flavor "spider" charts that help you find your match.


The Cupping Room Series
Explore the depth of the world of coffee with our Cupping Room Series. 
Cafe Kaldi
Our flagship blend since we opened in 1994, and perfectly balanced. 
Our house espresso blend, 700 is a staple for any coffee lover.


Roasting at Kaldi's Coffee
Coffee Processing & Your Cup
Brewing Coffee
Why Fresh Roasted Coffee Matters


From Our FAQ

Which coffee grind is right for me?

- Use drip grind if you plan on making your coffee using a coffee machine, in a pour over brewer, or if you want to try a newer way to make your trusty French press.

- Use espresso grind if you have an espresso machine at home. This grind will be very fine and will over-extract (in other words, taste bitter and chalky) in other methods.

- Use French press grind if you are making a coffee in the more traditional French Press method, or making cold brew, or do very large batches in a Chemex (greater than 60 grams of coffee).

Why isn’t my favorite coffee being offered right now?

Coffee is a seasonal crop and when we choose to offer coffees, we buy them at the peak of their season. Coffee crops by region vary throughout the year, so African coffees will be offered at different times than South American coffees. See more on our Sourcing page.

What do your flavor notes mean?

Taste descriptions on our non-flavored coffees are notes that we found were most prevalent within that unique coffee. They can be used as a guide on notes you may experience when brewing. None of these coffees are flavored post-roast in any way, but should be thought of as taste experiences you would find outside of coffee. For example, Ethiopian coffees tend to have a light, tea-like drinking experience, and Central American coffees generally have a nutty-like sweetness. Your experience and taste notes you pick up on will likely be different than our’s and you should use our notes as a guide to choose coffees you think you would enjoy.

Enjoy, and feel free to contact us with any other questions!

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