Our beans are sourced from small coffee plantations (or fincas) where the locals are assisted with learning how to produce better organic coffee, thereby providing them with pure drinking water (no fertilizer) and you with something better for your body. Each of our beans has a unique and touching background, click the links below to learn more.
An alliance of local growers on the scenic highland slopes of the Gayo Mountains has made outstanding progress in promoting organic practices and Stabilizing local economics. The coffee is full bodied, slightly fruity with berry notes. It has a very pleasant earthiness with a subtle musty taste, very mild acidity, and a light, sweet finish.
From a family farm next to the Costa Rica/Panama border that is now a national protected area comes an organic coffee as beautiful as its origins. It has a slightly smoky aroma with a nice, mild earthiness. Mild acidity and a very pleasant body make La Amistad an extremely well balanced coffee with a nice, sweet finish and aftertaste.
A fair trade organic coffee grown by women using the proceeds to benefit themselves, their children, and their community which traditionally oppresses women. The coffee has a very pleasant, chocolatey aroma that also is evident in the taste. Medium acidity, nice full delicate body, very well balanced with prominent chocolate overtones.
Certified organic shade grown coffee from exceptionally hard working people on the slopes of the Andes Mountains in Northern Peru. The coffee is smooth with medium body, well balanced, sweet, and slightly chocolatey flavor.
During the Swiss Water Decaffeinated process, the coffee is continuously monitored for caffeine levels to ensure that the amount of caffeine extracted meets strict specifications. Coffees are certified 99.9% caffeine free.
A traditional Arabica Bourbon organic, shade grown coffee from the volcanic ridges surrounding beautiful Lake Atitlan in Guatemala. Completely processed right on a farm committed to preserving the environment and the health of the people who work it. Santiago Atitlan has a slightly sweet and spicy aroma, medium body, and complex flavor that is nice and bright with a pleasant, spicy flavor.
Small, independent coffee farmers located twelve hours from La Paz were freed in 1991 from slavery. While working to improve their lives and environment, they produce a slightly spicy coffee. It has a full, creamy body, mild acidity, and is well balanced with light chocolatey notes.