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  1. Colombian Supremo Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    Brazilian Santos Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

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  2. Colombian Supremo Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    Colombian Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

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  3. Costa Rican Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    Costa Rican Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    $4.84
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  4. Ethiopian Harrar Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    Ethiopian Harrar Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    $4.64
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  5. Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    $6.05
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  6. Fair Trade Rwanda Maraba Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    Fair Trade Rwanda Maraba Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    $5.25
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  7. Guatemalan Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    Guatemalan Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    $4.44
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  8. Indian Monsoon Malabar Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    Indian Monsoon Malabar Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    $4.74
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  9. Jamaican Blue Mountain Mavis Bank Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    Jamaican Blue Mountain Mavis Bank Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    $34.90
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  10. Java Jampit Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    Java Jampit Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    $5.49
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  11. Kenyan AA Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    Kenyan AA Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    $5.89
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  12. New Guinea Papua A Grade Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    New Guinea Papua A Grade Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    $4.83
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  13. Organic Fair Trade Ethiopian Harrar Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    Organic Fair Trade Ethiopian Harrar Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    $6.14
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  14. Organic Fair Trade Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    Organic Fair Trade Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    $7.09
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  15. Organic Fair Trade Peru Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    Organic Fair Trade Peru Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    $4.84
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  16. Organic Sumatran Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    Organic Sumatran Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    $5.55
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  17. Sumatran Mandheling Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    Sumatran Mandheling Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    $5.82
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  18. Tanzanian Peaberry Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

    Tanzanian Peaberry Green Coffee Beans (Not Roasted)

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We offer green coffee beans for sale at wholesale prices. Kaldi only offers 100% Arabica gourmet green coffee in bulk for those who wish to roast their own coffee. Buy more and save more! We are adding fair trade organic green coffee beans and just recently added green Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee to our selection of wholesale green coffee beans for roasting.

Green coffee is simply raw coffee beans in their natural, unroasted state. They are smaller and harder than roasted coffee beans, pale in color with a slight green tinge, hence the name.

Coffee brewed with raw green beans isn’t very appealing. It has an acidic, slightly bitter, pea-like taste, nothing like a regular cup of coffee. That’s because coffee gets its amazing aroma and delicious flavor from roasting.

However, green coffee extract, made by boiling the beans in water for 15 minutes to create an infusion, can be mixed with soda, seltzers, fruit juices or syrups to produce a refreshing, low caffeine drink. Green bean coffee extract combines particularly well with tart, citrus flavors such as lime and cranberry. You can even make a green coffee mojito with fresh mint leaves and cane sugar.

Raw coffee beans contain high levels of chlorogenic acid which has led some to claim significant health and weight loss benefits from drinking green coffee extract, including:

  • reduced absorption of carbohydrates from the digestive tract, lowering blood sugar level and insulin spikes
  • reduced absorption and storage of fat in the liver
  • lower levels of cholesterol and triglycerides (important risk factors for heart disease)
  • Increased fat burning.

However, we don’t recommend consumption of green coffee for weight loss or health benefits but for pure enjoyment.

Unlike roasted coffee which deteriorates after 4 to 6 weeks, green coffee beans can be stored in a cool, dry place for months or even years. So if you prefer your coffee with that distinctive roasted flavor and want to ensure that every cup is 100% fresh, roasting your own green coffee at home is the perfect solution. Home roasting is not only more economical than buying ready roasted coffee but also allows you to experiment with custom blends that combine different varieties of bean and depth of roast to find your perfect cup of coffee, just the way you like it.

When coffee is roasted, moisture is forced out of the bean making it expand. Some of the natural sugars are turned into carbon dioxide (CO2) gas while others are caramelized, turning the beans brown and producing the oil that’s responsible for the distinctive and complex flavors and aromas we normally associate with freshly roasted coffee. The longer the roasting time the more intense the flavor and the darker the color.

There are lots of different types of coffee roasting machines in the market that will make light work of roasting your green coffee beans to perfection. These machines operate much like a popcorn popper, blasting the beans with fast moving hot air and constantly turning them so they roast evenly and don’t get scorched. But if you’re on a tight budget or prefer to stick to traditional methods roasting your beans on the stovetop works just as well. It just takes a little more effort.

For stovetop roasting all you will need is a robust pot with a tight fitting lid. A regular popcorn popper with a stirring handle works perfectly. Look for a non-stick pan with a glass lid so that you can monitor the color of the roast throughout the process and get the timing just right. The difference between a perfect roast and a burnt roast can just be a couple of minutes!

We recommend you use an outdoor burner if possible as roasting at high temperatures produces a lot of pungent smoke. If you’re going to roast in your kitchen open the windows or make sure you are working in a well ventilated spot (e.g. under your stove vent hood) otherwise you could set off your smoke alarm!

You will need to pre-heat the pan to 400 degrees (anywhere between 5 and 10 minutes) before adding the raw beans. It’s important to keep the beans moving or they will burn so keep cranking the handle until they are fully roasted.

After 3 to 5 minutes you should hear the beans begin to crack. When the cracking stops you’ll have lightly roasted coffee. This is the minimum amount of roast acceptable to make a decent cup of coffee. If you allow the beans to continue roasting they will eventually crack a second time, this time more violently, producing a dark roast with an intense flavor. We recommend that you remove the beans from the heat at this point as otherwise there is a danger they will burn.

Once the beans have reached the desire state of roast dump them into a metal colander and shake vigorously to remove the chaff then spread out evenly on a baking sheet to cool. We recommend leaving them for a minimum of 2 to 3 hours but ideally 12 to allow all of the gases creating during the roasting process to disperse. The cooled beans can then be stored in a mason jar or other airtight container in a cool cupboard until you’re ready to use them.

Please look to Kaldi.com as your online source as to where to buy green coffee beans wholesale.