Buying berries or dry-processed coffee beans in Montreal

by Berel


I live in Montreal and would like to obtain beans that have not been wet processed or gone through fermentation.

Is there any place I can obtain such beans (or better yet, dried berries, so that I can remove the beans myself).



Interesting question. There are certainly places where you can buy green beans, but I really don’t know about being able to buy dried coffee berries.

Let’s hope someone who can help sees your question and adds a comment.

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Oct 07, 2016
green coffee
by: joel macharia

i am kenyan. Would assist you in getting all coffee you would want.
contact phone +254721385969.

Feb 01, 2011
by: Anonymous

I am also looking for the coffee berries and cant seem to find them anywhere.

Aug 19, 2009
Coffee beans in Montreal
by: Anonymous

I buy my green coffee from
They are operating from Montreal and deliver.

Aug 18, 2009
Green Coffee Beans

There is an online green coffee vendor called Mon Café Vert ( that sell good green coffee beans. I tried the Haitian Blue Pine Forest and it was excellent. I think delivery is free on the Island of Montreal for any purchase of 30$ and more

Mar 26, 2009
Green coffee beans in Montreal
by: Nick

Try these guys:

They are based in Montreal-North, but you can order their coffees online, including green beans.


Mar 26, 2009
Where in Montreal?
by: Berel

So where can you buy grean beans in Montreal?

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