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Single-Origin

  • A vista across the mountains in Peru.

    Peru Rutas del Inca (Fairtrade Organic)

    This is our second year working with the Rutas del Inca Cooperative. Founded in 2013, Rutas del Inca has quickly grown from 33 to 258 members due to their consistent quality and sustainability-forward mindset. Faced with great challenges caused by the...

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  • A close up of many hands sorting through coffee cherries.

    Guatemala Guaya'b (Fairtrade Organic Bird-Friendly)

    Guaya'b means "mutual support" in the indigenous Mayan language, Popti. Nearly all of the 600 members of this 33 year old cooperative are of Mayan descent. The cooperative invests heavily in sustainability, evident from their multiple certifications:...

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  • Picking beans at the Ketiara coop.

    Sumatra Ketiara (Fairtrade Organic)

    This coffee comes from the Kopepi Ketiara Cooperative in Aceh Tengah region of Sumatra. Ketiara began exporting coffee in 2013 and boast 1502 members in 19 different villages, the majority of whom are women. Led by forward thinking chairwoman Ms. Rahmah,...

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  • A washing station at Dame Dabaye.

    Ethiopia Dame Dabaye Washed (Organic)

    This washed coffee comes from Sibu Coffee who have been working extensively with farmers in the Guji zone in Southern Ethiopia for over 20 years. Placing an emphasis on socially responsible business practices and traceability, Sibu not only operates...

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  • Raised beds for drying coffee at the Dame Dabaya washing station.

    Ethiopia Dame Dabaye Natural (Organic)

    This naturally processed coffee comes from the Dame Dabaye washing station in the Guji zone, one of the most unique and exciting coffee growing regions in the world. After the coffee has been picked, it is sun-dried in the ripe cherries on raised beds,...

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  • A closeup of a coffee bag.

    Brazil Cerrado (Fairtrade)

    Brazil produces more coffee than any other country, and indeed more than the next two top producers combined. In a country where enormous estates and highly technified agriculture are the norms, smallholder farmers need to work together to grow their...

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  • A cat sitting on a motorcycle.

    Sumatra Gayo Highlands (Fairtrade Organic)

    Sumatra is the largest island in Western Indonesia and, through a combination of its volcanic soil and rainforest climate, produces some of the most well known and unique coffees in the world. Further adding to its already distinct flavor profile, coffee...

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  • Close-up of the wheels of a coffee mill

    Colombia La Primavera Decaf

    This is not your traditional decaf. We approve the green coffee before it is decaffeinated to ensure that it is above specialty grade and free of defects. Caffeine is removed with a sugarcane molasses solvent to keep the coffee tasting like coffee. Best...

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  • Small coffee beans next to regular sized coffee.

    Colombia Angel BBs

    Peebies, aka peaberries, are coffee beans that are generally too small to meet certain size requirements for roasters. But don’t let their diminutive size fool you – these are high quality beans that would otherwise slip through the cracks on...

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  • Coffee trees in Honduras.

    Honduras Santa Bárbara Highlands

    Santa Bárbara, Honduras is home to the lake town of Peña Blanca and the renowned coffee growing microregion of El Cielito. The mountainous region surrounding Lake Yojoa experiences hot humid days and cool nights which...

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