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“We serve only Organic coffee and are an OCIA certified Organic House that is committed to bringing you the highest quality, freshest, environmentally sound coffee on the market. We believe in sourcing coffee from farms that are committed to environmental sustainability and fair wages for farmers and their families. This has led us to a lifetime pursuit building relationships with like-minded people in the Specialty Coffee Industry and with farms and collectives throughout the world.”

Kintamani Subak Abian Cooperative
100% organic, 100% Fair Trade & Rain Forest Alliance Certified. Grown in Bali’s Kintamani volcanic highlands in the shade of tangerine and orange trees. Each Subak Abian guiding principles are based on the Hindu philosophy of “Tri Hita” (the three causes of happiness), which are: cultivating the right relationship with God, fellow man and the environment.

Brazilian: Clean and smooth with a velvety mouthfeel. This limited time offering $20/lb.
Fazenda Nossa Senhora De Fatima
Family-owned and operated farm in the Cerrado Region in Minas Gerais Brazil. Ricardo and his wife direct production. He is a third generation coffee farmer of 100% organic coffee and is a leader in socially and environmentally sustainable practices.

Colombian: Full-bodied with light acidity and a sweet well-rounded finish.
Organic cooperative of family-owned farms in Montalvo which is located within the municipality of Planadas in Tolima, Colombia.  Founded in 2013, AGPROCEM is made up of about 35 members, 10 of which are women.

Costa Rican: Clean and bright. Classic Latin spice with orange blossom and a chocolate finish.
Hacienda La Amistad
Self-sustaining, hydro-electric powered farm. They set aside 23,000 acres of their own virgin forest as a conservation area. La Amistad uses rainforest stream water for power and to process the coffee. They harvest fallen trees from the land for their kiln wood to dry the coffee beans.

Ethiopian: East Africa’s highly desired and distinctive full-bodied, fragrant and flowery bean swirling with berries and wine.
Oromia Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union
From the birth place of coffee, the Sidamo region of Ethiopia. Naturally processed beans that are hand washed and sun-dried on raised beds. Small land holders pick only ripe, red cherries for processing and are dedicated to exceptional quality.

Guatemalan: Grown in volcanic soil, this coffee has a warm sweet aroma and delivers well-balanced flavor.
This farm promotes literacy, diversifies crops, supports sustainable agriculture, invests in quality control, supports healthcare and offers women’s outreach programs and funding.

Honduran: Delicious nut tones with a smooth creamy body.
Café Organico Marcala
COSMA uses Fair Trade premium to benefit social projects including paying teachers’ salaries, buying school supplies and providing meals for children at school.

Mexican: A chocolaty, sweet, and well-rounded coffee.
Oaxaca State Coffee Producers Network
The Vast majority of farmers are from eight Oaxacan indigenous ethnicities and 25% are women. CEPCO is a pioneer in agroecology, fair trade and the organization of women producers.

Nicaraguan: Honey nut tones with a clean sweet finish.
Central Multiple Services Cooperative
These farms are located in the Northern Nicaraguan Mountains of the Segovias. The coffees produced in these areas are cultivated under shade trees and the beans are harvested by hand.

Peruvian: Light and bright with a cinnamon spice finish.
Cooperative La Florida
This co-op has come a long way. After being devastated by violent guerilla activity in the 80’s, La Florida has now grown to include 849 small farmers. With their Fair Trade premiums, La Florida has been able to invest in many community, education and infrastructure projects.

Sumatra: Deep, rich earthy body; an unbelievably smooth and smoky roast.
APKO was founded in 2006 with the mission of improving the living standards of its members. The co-op teamed up with thx porter Ujang Jaya, in Medan who processes and exports their coffee.