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One Time $18.99
Twice per Month $16.99
Weekly $14.99


Coffee Type:  Whole Bean

Tasting Notes: Vanilla - Brown Sugar - Caramel

Blend Components: This is a two part blend made from a washed coffee from Guatemala and a sun-dried natural from El Salvador. This blend is sweet, mild, and roasted to be enjoyed everyday.

Behind the name: We named this coffee after one of our favorite places on Earth, the Buffalo National River. Dr. Neil Compton, a native of our area, is recognized as founding the Ozark Society to Save the Buffalo River. On March 1,1972, President Richard Nixon signed the bill that made the Buffalo River of Arkansas the first designated “National River” in the National Park System. Thanks to Dr. Compton’s leadership and persistence, the scenic river flows freely for 153 miles through the Ozark Mountains to the White River. To learn more about the history of the Buffalo National River, visit Compton Gardens at 312 N Main St, Bentonville, AR 72712. 

We tip our hat and raise our cup to Dr. Compton and all those who rise to the occasion! 

  • Important: Prior to the purchase of any coffee, an Airship or Ozark Compost & Swap partnership canister must be purchased. This will be required for first time purchases and refills. The canister purchase does not apply to customers who already own an Airship or Ozark Compost & Swap canister.
  • Delivery of coffee will occur on the day of compost pickup.
  • 500 grams of coffee beans


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