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Single-Origin

  • Workers at Sagastume Los Quetzales.

    Honduras Los Quetzales (Fairtrade Organic)

    The farm of Yerin Sagastume is named for the proud, iridescent birds that inhabit the forests of the El Cielito region in Santa Bárbara. We love the feeling of beauty "Los Quetzales" evokes when sipping on this...

    $23.00
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  • Growing coffee plants.

    Honduras La Aguja (Fairtrade Organic)

    The farm of Heyvis Sagastume is one of seven that contribute to our Familia Sagastume blend, and is one of eighty-three farms that are part of the Cielito Lindo cooperative. The Sagastumes take meticulous care in their coffee...

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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:...

    $17.00
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  • Drying beds at Rwanda Abakundakawa.

    Rwanda Abakundakawa (Fairtrade Organic)

    Abakundukawa is a cooperative society of over 2,000 smallholder coffee growers in the Gakenke district in Northern Rwanda. Meaning “people who love coffee”, Abakundakawa has spent the last two decades growing coffee sales...

    $16.00
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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...

    $21.00
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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...

    $20.00
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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,...

    $18.00
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  • A view across the mountains in Colombia.

    Colombia Decaf de Caña

    This is not your traditional decaf. Prior to the decaffeination process, the raw coffee passes through a stringent quality control process to ensure that it is above specialty grade and free of defects. Then the caffeine is removed with a sugarcane...

    $17.00
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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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  • 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...

    $15.00
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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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