Two Brothers Coffee Club from $13.99
Let us send you (or your gift recipient) a great coffee that we're currently drinking at our Roastery/Brewery. Sign up for a recurring order to get in the club and we'll send a different coffee each month! These coffees are often not sold in any other place but exclusively as a member, adding to the excitement of the subscription itself. Roaster's choice coffees vary month to month in region, process, roast and notes, offering the opportunity to deepen one's knowledge of global coffee regions and perhaps even discover coffee regions you have yet to try! February's Coffee Club: XOXO Origins: Brazil, Papua New Guinea, Ethiopia Process: Natural and washed Roast Level: Medium Notes: Caramel, cashew, dark chocolate, dried cranberry, brown sugar Description: Behold, the release of our annual XOXO blend--a robust, no-nonsense Valentine's coffee blend for those who prefer their love like their coffee: strong, unapologetic, and devoid of unnecessary frills. Our XOXO blend is crafted to deliver bold flavors that will kick Cupid's arrow out of the park. With notes of dark chocolate, dried cranberries, and caramel, this coffee isn't here to whisper sweet nothings. It's not for the faint of heart but perfect for those who take their romance with a side of caffeine-fueled intensity. Just remember, the only sweetness this cup needs is in its flavor, not your words. Travel all over the world (via your favorite mug) with Two Brothers Coffee Club!
White Sky Seasonal from $13.99
Seasonal Offering from October through March Notes: Dark chocolate, almond, dried cherry and raw sugarOrigin: Papua New Guinea, Colombia, and BrazilProcess: Washed and naturalMedium - Medium Dark Roast level Fall into fall and cozy up to a fire place this winter with a hot mug of White Sky. This year's White Sky seasonal blend brings a rich, syrupy, and full body together with heavy notes of dark chocolate, almond, and raw sugar. In the aftertaste, a subtle note of dried cherry makes for a simple yet complex cup. You'll be left asking yourself how the coffee pot is already empty on those chilly mornings. Pairs well with falling leaves and holiday ruckus.
Brewhouse Blend® from $12.99
Our signature house blend is named after the place it was conceived. Comprised of wonderfully-sweet coffees from the Americas and Africa, it presents with stone fruit sweetness gently-balanced by hints of walnut and caramel. Notes: Stone fruit, caramel, walnut Origin: Colombia, Peru, Ethiopia Process: Washed & Natural Medium Roast Level This blend's components will change throughout the season but the flavor profile will remain similar all year round.
Decaf Brewhouse - 100% Chemical Free from $14.99
Our decaffeinated coffee has been meticulously crafted for the perfect balance of caffeine-free enjoyment and unbeatable taste. Roasted to perfection with the Swiss Water Process―a chemical-free approach―it features deep notes of molasses and red grapes, culminating in a rich and complex sweetness with a perfect balance of acidity. This is our go-to decaf in every cafe, whether used as a delicious espresso or in a traditional drip coffee. Notes: Red grapes, molasses, dark chocolate Origin: Peru Process: Swiss water process Medium to Dark Roast
Brewhouse Dark® from $12.99
Our flagship dark roast. A smoky, earthy, take-no-prisoners version of our signature blend that still finds room to offer plenty of sweetness. Excellent when paired with dairy. Notes: Dark chocolate, cinnamon, roasty Origin: Colombia, Peru, Papua New Guinea Process: Washed & natural Dark Roast Level This blend's components will change throughout the season but the flavor profile will remain similar all year round.
Sweet Home Chicago from $12.99
Created out of a love for our fair city, Sweet Home Chicago is a medium-roasted coffee that offers plenty of sweetness and walnut balanced by a delicious creamy body. Notes: Milk chocolate, stone fruit, pecan Origin: Colombia Cauca, Brazil Process: Washed and natural Medium Roast Level
Fossil Fuel™ - A Field Museum Collaboration from $14.99
Experience History in a Cup! The original Arabian Mokha Java blend dates back to the 1700's where the combination of coffees from the areas of Yemen and Java comprised the world's first-known coffee blend. We continue that tradition today in Fossil Fuel™ with a slightly modern take on that historical union by using naturally processed coffees from Ethiopia and Papua New Guinea. These coffees mount a complex, wild, yet timeless cup that serves as a looking glass to the beginnings of modern coffee culture. We're proud of this collaboration between the Field Museum and Two Brothers Coffee Roasters. We hope you enjoy a coffee experience that is historically-relevant, and dare-we-say, impeccably delicious. Medium Roast
Morning Drive from $12.99
Your travel mug wants to carry coffee like this. Vanilla bean, melted caramel, and cocoa stand tall in this collection of Central and South American coffees. Shake up your morning with this truly spectacular blend. Notes: Milk chocolate, sugar cane, citrus Origin: Colombia Cauca and Narino Process: Washed Light Roast Level
Stomping Ground Espresso® from $12.99
If espresso was music, you could say Stomping Ground Espresso® is the midrange. A classic, American-style espresso, it is a celebration of apricots, dark and milk chocolate, macadamia nut and citrus notes. Notes: Apricot, dark chocolate, macadamia nut Origin: Brazil, Peru, Ethiopia, Papua New Guinea Process: Washed and natural Medium Roast Level
Maelstrom Cold Brew ® from $12.99
With a medium body and low acidity, our flagship cold brew blend offers a clean profile accented with milk chocolate, toffee, and almond. Notes: Milk chocolate, stone fruit, pecan Origin: Colombia Cauca, Brazil Process: Washed and natural Medium Roast Level We currently only offer our cold brew in bean form - not canned or bottled. We do brew it weekly at our Roundhouse Brewery in Aurora, IL and keg it for cafes and restaurants in the greater Chicagoland area.
Leviathan Cold Brew ® $12.99
Up from the murky depths comes the Leviathan, our cold brew blend with the heaviest body and lowest acidity. Gargantuan notes of dark, bittersweet chocolate fuse with caramelized sugar to create a complex, rich cold brew you will return to again and again. Notes: Dark chocolate, caramelized sugar Origin: Colombia Cauca and Narino Process: Washed Dark Roast Level We currently only offer our cold brew in bean form - not canned or bottled. We do brew it weekly at our Roundhouse Brewery in Aurora, IL and keg it for cafes and restaurants in the greater Chicagoland area.
Brazil Legender Especial from $12.99
Rich, caramel aroma cascades into a smooth wave of baker's chocolate, exotic fruit and macadamia nut. Legender Especial is a blend of coffees grown in the unique micro-regions of Machado, Poco Fundo and Campestre, located in Minas Gerais State, Brazil. Whereas most coffee regions in Brazil are well-known for large coffee plantations in big farms, Legender Especial goes in the opposite direction, consisting of small farms called sitios. Notes: Baker's chocolate, exotic fruit, macadamia nut Origin: Minas Gerais, Brazil Process: Natural Medium Roast Level
Half Brother (Half Caff) from $14.99
Half Caff you ask? Well, we have been asked so many times that we decided to do a great blend of our Swiss Water Process decaf with our seasonal Colombia and Brazil. The results are spectacular and we're confident you won't know it's only half the caffeine. With notes of molasses and purple grapes, this decaf has a rich and complex sweetness with balanced acidity. Notes: Red grapes, molasses Origin: Peru, Brazil Process: Swiss water process Medium to Dark RoastDecaffeinated using the Swiss Water Process - 100% Chemical Free Process
Papua New Guinea Sigri Estate from $13.99
Notes: Dark chocolate, almond, cedar, earthy, red wine Origin: Wahgi Valley, Papua New Guinea Process: Washed Medium Roast Description: This fresh crop Papua New Guinea has a bold and syrupy body that finishes with a red wine acidity; ideal for the fall and winter season or as a cold brew. On the table we got strong notes of cedar, dark chocolate, almond, dry red wine, and an aroma of soil after a fresh rainfall. Background: Coffees bearing the Sigri name are grown at a minimum of 1550 MASL. Sigri Coffees are washed Arabica coffees and undergo a rigorous wet factory process. Quality control begins in the field; each and every coffee cherry is hand-picked, carefully checked for uniformity, and must be red and fully ripe. This attention to detail when picking the coffee cherry allows for the correct balance of sugar and acid within the cherry. The selected cherry is then pulped on the day of picking (which is rare in Papua New Guinea and the greater Indonesian region). At Sigri Estate, the fermentation process takes place over a period of three days and is divided every 24 hours by a washing. This follows a total immersion in water for an additional day. After the 24 hours of submersion, the green coffee goes through a careful conditioning of 21 days followed by hulling, grading, color sorting and finally hand sorting. Each of these steps combined with rigorous quality control before picking produces some of the best green coffee beans from Papua New Guinea.
Colombia Gran Galope from $14.99
Colombia Gran Galope Origin: Nariño, Colombia Process: Washed Roast Level: Medium Notes: Ripe berry, candied pear, cocoa, malt Description: This fresh crop Colombia comes to us from Nariño, one of the most well-known growing regions in Colombia. It was grown at a high altitude and as a result there is plenty of complexity in the cup. Look for notes of ripe berry, candied pear, cocoa, and malt flavors. While this is a medium roast, the body is surprisingly silky. The cup finishes with a tart acidity and fruit-like sweetness. Background: Gran Galope lots are Excelso grade coffees (15/16 screen size) that have been cupped and evaluated for their "workhorse" versatility. These lots are expected to have a balance of sweetness, fruity effervescence, and a foundation of cocoa and/or toffee. Most Excelso Gran Galope offerings are a blend of coffees from between 10–30 smallholder farmers and are traceable to the region. Gran Galope selections from Huila are cupped and purchased in Pitalito; selections from Cauca are cupped and purchased in Popayán; and Nariño Gran Galopes are cupped and purchased in both Pasto and La Unión.