Part of embracing the culture of coffee means that we learn as much as we can about our coffee and only work with roasters who feel the same. Our roasters go to great lengths to learn about there beans and work with the farms they come from to cultivate an honest process that benefits both the buyers and the sellers. This is important to us and we think it should be to you too. From good people, to good people.
South American Coffee Beans
As apart of our blend some of the beans come from South American farms. Specifically from the country of Colombia and the country of Brazil. Colombia is the ideal spot for growing coffee beans because of it’s lush ecosystem and high mountains with perfect soil. Our beans are “farm-direct” and certified organic. Colombia is rich in coffee culture having begun in 1710 when the Jesuits brought seeds over from across the world. Our beans grown in Brazil naturally processed coming from a farm in Cerrado. Brazil shares the same geographic nature of Colombia.
African Coffee Beans
Africa is known as the birth place of coffee in the Ethiopian highlands in the early 1600’s. For the second part of our blend our beans come from both Ethiopia and Kenya. Kenya is Africa’s second largest coffee producer behind Ethiopia with a primary growing area around Mount Kenya. The coffee here lives on volcanic soil with little water at high altitude. Our Ethiopian beans originate from farms in the Sidamo Province known for their chocolatey overtones.
Indonesian Coffee Beans
Our single origin organic Indonesian coffee comes from the island of Sumatra. Our beans are milled in the northern province of Aceh and processed in the village of Takengon. The fertility of this region is largely a result more than 150 active volcanoes on the island. This coffee is widely considered some of the most organic coffee on earth.