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Organic or Fairtrade

  • Person cupping coffee

    Honduras Angel BBs (Fairtrade Organic)

    Some coffee beans are graded as too small to meet certain export requirements. But don't let the diminutive size of these Angel BBs fool you! These are high quality beans that would otherwise slip through the cracks on the coffee sorting table and result...

    $14.00
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  • Heyvis Sagastume

    Honduras La Aguja (Fairtrade Organic)

    La Aguja is the name of the farm owned by Heyvis Sagastume, the oldest of three brothers who run seven family farms and a wet milling operation on the northeastern foothills of the Santa Bárbara mountain.This microlot offering consists solely of...

    $22.00
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  • A barista cleans a portafilter in preparation for making espresso

    Leftist Espresso (Fairtrade Organic)

    For over 20 years our baristas have pulled shots of Leftist all day, every day - so can you blame us for being obsessed with it? The name Leftist derives from a rationally fundamentalist interpretation of coffee blending: complementary single origin...

    $16.00
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  • María Perez, a staff member from Sol y Café, in a coffee field.

    Peru Sol y Café (Fairtrade Organic)

    In the northern highlands of Peru lies Jaén, a small coffee town in the Cajamarca region. While its footprint may be modest, its contribution to coffee production is as mountainous as the Andean ridge in which it rests...

    $16.00
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  • Ripe coffee cherries on branch with rolling hills in distance

    Ethiopia SCFCU (Fairtrade Organic)

    The Sidama Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union (SCFCU) has been an institution in southern Ethiopia for over 20 years. Since its founding in 2001, SCFCU has grown to represent 80,000 individual farmers across over 50 primary cooperative societies making it...

    $18.00
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  • A closeup of green coffee cherries.

    Brazil Cerrado Highlands (Fairtrade)

    If you’re a coffee person you might be thinking, “Brazil Highlands is an oxymoron.” Well, we say whereas altitude may be absolute, Highlands are relative. In Brazil, a relatively uniform topography compared to...

    $15.00
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  • A hill in the Brazil Cerrado region.

    Brazil Coopfam (Fairtrade)

    Located in Poço Fundo, South Minas, Coopfam was founded over 30 years ago as an association of family farmers and in 1998 became the first Fairtrade certified coffee cooperative in the country. Today they pride themselves on...

    $14.00
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  • A building at Kenya Kabngetuny.

    Kenya Kericho Highlands (Fairtrade)

    Kericho County may not have the same prominence in the coffee world as its not-too-distant cousin to the east, Nyeri County, but in the last decade it has established itself as a standard of excellence. The future of certified coffee from Kenya depends...

    $23.00
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  • Drying racks at Kenya Kabngetuny.

    Kenya Kabngetuny (Fairtrade)

    Kericho County may not have the same prominence in the coffee world as its not-too-distant cousin to the east, Nyeri County, but in the last decade it has established itself with a standard of excellence. The future of certified coffee from Kenya depends...

    $19.00
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  • A ladder leading up to a coffee tree.

    Mt Pleasant (Fairtrade Organic)

    As change is the only constant, we wish you inner peace and safe journey along your path. Mt. Pleasant is a local landmark here in Ithaca, serving as a corridor to the region’s most beautiful natural areas and botanical gardens as well as a gateway...

    $18.00
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  • A hammock hanging on a patio.

    Deep Disco (Fairtrade Organic)

    Reunited and it feels so good. Our roasters revived a retro favorite from days past, reminding us, thankfully, that disco ain’t dead. This polyrhythmic blend is one coffee roasted two ways and then remixed to boogie. Featuring all of the old school...

    $15.00
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