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Meet your coffee farmers

We’re not just a roastery. We’re a social enterprise with a team of doers and thinkers, empowered to drive positive change in the coffee value chain. And that chain starts at the farm. Our goal is to bring you more than just delicious coffee — it’s to share the journey from “seed to cup” and everything in between.



From the South American country of Brazil, these delicious coffee beans are grown at an elevation of 3,600 feet in the São Paulo state. Although it is grown at a lower elevation than other Brazilian coffees, this means it still has a delightful fruity taste and a bright acidity that will make your favorite brew explode with flavor. Brazil is one of the most prominent and diverse coffee producing regions in the world, and this coffee is Yellow Bourbon (70%) and Catuaí (30%).



A relative newcomer in the coffee scene, Cameroon coffees are now setting standards in the specialty industry. Nestled on the side of Mount Kilum is our picturesque Cameroon farm, sitting at the ideal climate elevation of 7,200 feet. With access to over 330,000 trees, we are able to provide an incredible amount of delicious coffee for our farmers to bring to us. We have been working with this family since 2009 on their sustainable farming techniques which use no pesticides or chemicals, which also ensures that the farmers receive a higher price for their coffee.



Colombia is one of the most well-known coffee producing countries in the world due to its great tasting and unique coffees. These beans are grown at high elevations around 4,000 feet and higher. Antioquia and Calda have been producing coffee now for almost 200 years. Some believe these regions are able to produce such a great tasting coffee because there were once microclimates here that were ideal for growing coffee. Rich soil with great drainage enables the beans to achieve their peak potential flavor.


Costa Rica

Centered on the Caribbean coast, Costa Rica has heavenly highlands, fertile valleys and dramatic mountain peaks. The country’s rich, volcanic soil produces distinctively sweet, floral coffee. This exceptional coffee is grown at an elevation of 5,900 feet in the higher mountain peaks of the Tarrazu growing region of the San Jose province, known for the best coffee beans in the country. This coffee is well balanced and offers hints of raisin, walnuts, and green apple with a lingering finish. This produces both sweetness and acidity for a cup that is sure to please.



This coffee is made possible with help from the hardworking farmers in Laos. Hand picked coffee cherries are picked during the first two weeks of November. The beans are fermented in a banana leaf wrapped pulp basket for 10 days, then washed and dried. The origin of Kopiluwak is the village of Kalae, which is at an elevation of 3,300 feet at the very top end of a waterfall in a field only 50 miles out of the town of Salavan — the same town where coffee was first harvested.



We proudly present our specialty beans from Nicaragua, a country that has gained attention for having one of the highest quality coffees in the world. This delicious coffee is grown at an elevation of 4,900 feet in the northern part of the Matagalpa region, where the sun rises first in central America. It’s a mixed Arabica variety of Caturra, Catuai, and Maragogipe coffee beans, which brings this coffee’s unique flavor together. Our farmers hand select each bean for its unique flavor profile from small coffee plots grown on various geological micro-climates (terroir) in the fields that surround their homes.


Papua New Guinea

Our Papua New Guinea coffee beans grow at an elevation of 5,300 feet in the lush, green islands of the remote Tamavune area of the highlands. The mild climate of this region has plenty of rain and is home to small-hold farmers who grow coffee in the “fog belt” region of Mt. Hagen and surrounding villages. They harvest their coffee cherries by hand at their peak ripeness, and ferment them on raised beds for about 10 days. This is important as it affects the flavor of the coffee beans.



This delicious Rwandan coffee is grown at an elevation of 6,200 feet in the western province, not far from Lake Kivu — an area that supports the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund, which helps provide security to the border with the Congo where mountain gorillas live. The plants are shade grown here, so that the quality of the coffee can be carefully monitored. It grows on Royal Bourbon trees that were planted in 1965 by H.M. King Mutesa II for his beloved Queen Elizabeth.



This coffee is grown at an elevation of 5,900 feet in the southern highlands of Mbeya growing region. The French brought coffee plants here in the 1800’s and in the 1920’s India moved coffee here because of the ideal growing climate. Tanzania sits just below the equator, providing ideal growing conditions for coffee plantations. The combination of rich volcanic soil, slow ripening season and long growing period has created a pleasant cup profile with notes of chocolate, cherries and even a bit of caramel. This coffee is also grown without pesticides, which makes it both flavorful and healthy.



Ugandan coffees are known for their distinct grey-blue bean color, and renowned for being some of the best roasted coffees in the world. At the border of Uganda and Kenya, the Mount Elgon Volcano region stands at 6,053 feet and is one of the oldest mountain ranges in Uganda. Coffee here is grown under 100% shade canopy for the first six months to protect it from the intense sun that this high altitude would produce if left exposed. The dense forests and higher elevation produce coffee beans with deep cherry fruit and bittersweet flavors, with notes of chocolate and raisins.

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