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Roseline Coffee is a limited-menu, boutique coffee company started in 2012.

Roseline’s style focuses on the intersection of the art and science of roasting, and their single origins are distinctive for their marriage of sweet, juicy flavors and syrupy depth. Their tasting notes come with a variety of flavors (honey, lemon, apricot, almond) and grinding Roseline beans is like bringing a bouquet of fresh flowers into your kitchen.

When coffee is washed, it means that the fruit is taken off with water before it is dried. This provides a more consistent taste and flavor clarity, leaving no room for muddiness or cloudiness to blend flavors together. This process does not include any chemicals or “unnatural” procedure. It just means there is no interference from fruit drying with the bean. Washing coffee provides a light bodied aroma with more complex and acidic notes than natural, unwashed coffee.

We stock a limited quantity of Roseline Coffee, because we want to ensure a fresh roast and packaging date. Here at Cannabend, we take pride in stocking high quality, top shelf products and Roseline is no exception!

Take a stroll down to our shop and ask our budtenders about their favorite pairings.

For all the details on each roast like the process, altitude, flavors, regions, and overall story, please visit Roseline Coffee’s website here.

Roseline Coffee is sold fresh at Cannabend

The flavors we have on the shelf rotate frequently, here’s a sample of what we stock:

Cannabend has Roseline Coffee Poolside Blend
Roseline Kenyan coffee at Cannabend in Bend Oregon
Cannabend has Roseline Coffee called Mulish

Poolside Blend


Notes: Refreshing, Citrus & Berries

Current Blend: 70% Colombia – Huila | 30% Honduras – Juan Contreras (Honey)

Processing: Washed, Honey Processed.

Dive into Roseline’s new Poolside summer blend! Perfect for all forms of brewing, especially iced coffee. Delicious notes of sweet dried fruit & citrus.



Notes: Raspberry, Cacao & Raw Sugar

Origin: Guji
Importer: Trabocca
Processing: Fully Washed
Altitude: 1800-2200 masl
Harvest: Winter 2022
Varieties: Native Ethiopian Landrace Varieties.

The Mulish washing station is relatively young (2014), but has a grand reputation among coffee roasters. The station – 40 km away from Shakiso town – is now well established as one of the best in the Guji zone. Set on a slope leading down to the Mormora river, the washing station sits on four hectares of land. It is fully equipped for the coffee washing process. After it started operations, the number of coffee farmers in the area has grown, as have the number of those working with the washing station. In fact, Testi even had to expand operations in 2016 and open a sister washing station (Bishan Dimo) to serve farmers in the same area. Mulish washing station receives cherries from 880 Guji smallholders. Now, in 2023, over one thousand farmers bring their cherries to the Mulish and Bishan Dimo washing stations.

Cannabis and coffee masha at Cannabend

Burundi Masha

Notes: Plum, Hibiscus & Turbinado Sugar

Origin: Gatara, Kayanza, Burundi

Producer: 3,000 Local Smallholder Producers 

Importer: Collaborative Coffee Source

Processing: Washed, 10-12 hr. Fermentation, Dried on Raised Beds

Altitude: 1700-1900 masl

Harvest: Summer 2021

Varieties: Red Bourbon

Roasted: September 26, 2022

“All coffee trees in Burundi are Red Bourbon, which is tightly controlled by the government for reasons of quality. Because of the increasingly small size of coffee plantings, aging rootstock is a very big issue in Burundi. Many farmers have trees that are over 50 years old, but with small plots to farm, it is difficult to justify taking trees entirely out of production for the 3-4 years it will take new plantings to begin to yield. Despite the ubiquity of coffee growing in Burundi, each smallholder produces a relatively small harvest. The average smallholder has approximately 250 trees, normally in their backyards. Each tree yields an average of 1.5 kilos of cherry so the average producer sells about 200-300 kilos of cherry annually.

The coffee from the Masha washing station presents stunning clarity and a syrupy flavor complexity that reminds us of ripe Italian plums and hibiscus, making this an instant staff favorite!”

Ethiopia Kolla Bolcha

Notes: Candied Orange, Cream & Vanilla

Origin: Agaro Gera, Jimma, Ethiopia

Cooperative: Kata Maduga Cooperative Society

Importer: Red Fox Coffee Merchants

Processing: Fully Washed

Altitude: 1900-2200 masl

Crop Year: 2022

Varieties: Indigenous Landrace Varieties

Roasted: September 26, 2022

“Kolla Bolcha is a newer cooperative operated by the same Kata Muduga union as other Agaro favorites Nano Genji, Nano Challa, Gore Dako and Duromina. Just like with its sister cooperatives, Kolla Bolcha benefited from investment by USAID’s Technoserve project and has allowed the cooperative to install state of the art processing equipment and provide agronomic training to local farmers. This support had led to major increases in coffee quality and farm profitability, adding stability to the most turbulent part of the supply chain.”

Cannabis and coffee finca el manzano at Cannabend

El Salvador Finca El Manzano

Notes: Wildflower Honey & Green Apple

Origin: Santa Ana, El Salvador

Producer: Emilio Lopez Diaz 

Importer: Odyssey Coffees

Processing: Washed, Partially Dried on Raised Beds, Finished in a Mechanical Dryer

Altitude: 1350-1500 masl

Harvest Year: 2022

Variety: Red Bourbon

Roasted: September 26, 2022

“One of the coffees stood out on the table for its outstanding clarity, floral sweetness reminiscent of wildflower honey and the crisp acidity of green apple. When the coffees were revealed, this sample was indeed the Red Bourbon from Emilio’s Finca El Manzano.”


Notes: Stewed Fruits & Brown Sugar

Profile: Lightly Roasted and Fruity

Current Blend: 50% Ethiopia – Sundried Yabitu Koba / 50% Kenya – Gicherori AB

Processing: Natural & Fully Washed

Let’s face it, fruitcake has a bad rap. It’s the one gift that continues to show up at holiday gatherings every year and seldom gets consumed – except as a joke. Our Fruitcake Holiday Blend sets out to change the narrative around this quintessential holiday dessert. Lightly roasted to bring out the best that both of these coffees have to offer; this extraordinary intermingling of flavors is one of the most exciting (and delicious) blends we’ve ever created. If you’re looking for a coffee to gift this holiday season, this is it… if you don’t drink it first.

Jorge Hernandez Lopez

Notes: Red Currant, Nutmeg & Almond

Origin: Chiapas, Mexico

Farm: Las Penas

Importer: Red Fox Coffee Merchants

Processing: Fully Washed

Altitude: 1580 masl

Harvest Year: 2022

Varieties: Bourbon & Typica

While producers in Chiapas are known for their coffee, this is the first time Roseline has presented a coffee from the region. Chiapas has a strong culture of organic production, cooperation and innovation all while incorporating farming practices that are both environmentally sound and profitable. We find this coffee from producer Jorge Hernandez Lopez to be outstanding for its dynamic complexity which presents a balancing act between the tart flavors of red currants and the sweetness of fresh almonds.


Teshome Gemechu

Notes: Jasmine, Milk Chocolate & Nectarine

Origin: Gedeb, Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia

Washing Station: Negusse Debela

Importer: Collaborative Coffee Source

Processing: Fully Washed

Altitude: 1900-2200 meters

Harvest Year: 2022

Varieties: Dega & Wolisho


For more information on these and other current roasts, and the perfect pairings of specific roasts and strains, ask your budtender!

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