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Weekly Special

Great Arabica coffee is grown throughout the world. We could not possibly roast and stock each and every one of them because the coffee would never be fresh! Freshness, careful micro roasting and cup integrity of the bean are our priorities. To offer as many coffee adventures as possible, each week Old City Coffee roasts a special coffee available at a great price for one week only. These selections are chosen to offer our customers a wide variety of taste profiles and are sourced seasonally from our Farm Partners in diverse coffee growing regions. Specials begin on Wednesdays and are available through the following Tuesday.

Order this week’s special below and check our list of upcoming weekly specials. Online and phone orders are accepted for the Weekly Special from the Wednesday the special begins through the last Tuesday of the special (unless we’ve sold out). Quantities are limited. You can shop our full list of coffees by choosing from the categories on the sidebar at left. Order online or call 1-800-497-1371, option #1 for an OCC representative, option #5 to leave a recorded order after store hours.

Available This Week
February 25th - March 10th:

In honor of Philadelphia Flower Show we are featuring our Horticultural blend at the intersection of sustainability, coffee art and film. This brew features generous amount of flavor from naturally harvested sun dried Catuai, Mundo Novo and Acaia Arabica beans grown in Brazil. The coffee Farmer's employ sustainable practices. This is an overall mild yet flavorful crowd pleaser, Brazil Salmo 90%, Sumatra 5%, French Roast 5%

Upcoming Specials

Check out our list of future coffee specials selected from our favorite spots around the world. These specials are available for purchase only on the dates listed below.

March 11th - March 17th
Java fully washed Siliwangi Dark American Roast

Classic washed coffee from the Java Island. It is increasingly hard to find this traditional preparation that is rich, thick bodied and low acidity.
The old style wet fermentation method creates a sweet and rich atmosphere!