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Interested in starting your coffee journey?
Let us help you pick out
the perfect coffee to match your tastes!


Welcome to your coffee journey with Public Domain!

By answering just a few quick questions, we can help you select the coffee that will best match your taste preference.

Or, if you're feeling adventurous select a flavor note combination you may not have tried. With our specialty coffee beans, you're sure to get beans that will surprise and delight.

Do you drink regular or decaf?

What Do These Mean?

Regular

Regular coffee contains between 60-75 mg of caffeine per 8 oz cup

Decaf

Decaf coffee has gone through a decaffeination process to remove much of the caffeine

Do you drink hot or cold coffee?

What Do These Mean?

Cold Brew

Cold Brew Coffee Beans are roasted to be steeped at room temperature for 12 hours or more

I Like It Hot

These are beans blended and roasted to be brewed in hot water, using any brewing method

What Aroma and Primary Flavor Notes Appeal to You Most?

What Do These Mean?

Floral

Floral flavor notes can include rose, jasmine, or the scent of the coffee blossoms

Fruity

Fruity flavor notes can include berries and stone fruits

Chocolate

Chocolate flavor notes can include cocoa, dark chocolate, baker’s chocolate and milk chocolate

Citrus

Citrus flavor notes can include orange, lemon or lime, and occasionally grapefruit notes

What Secondary Flavor Notes Appeal to You Most?

What Do These Mean?

Citrus

Citrus flavor notes can include orange, lemon or lime, and occasionally grapefruit notes

What Secondary Flavor Notes Appeal to You Most?

What Do These Mean?

Sweet

Sweet flavor notes can include hints of honey, molasses, or sweet cream

Wine

Wine flavor notes can be sharp, somewhat fruity, or alcohol-like

What Secondary Flavor Notes Appeal to You Most?

What Do These Mean?

Smoky

Smoky flavor notes include bold, roasty notes acquired from the roasting process

Caramel

Caramel flavor notes include candy, or syrup-like flavors of caramelized sugars

What Secondary Flavor Notes Appeal to You Most?

What Do These Mean?

Chocolate

Chocolate flavor notes can include cocoa, dark chocolate, baker’s chocolate and milk chocolate