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Same Great Coffees, Brand New Look!

Beginning on 09/19/2023 you’ll notice some updates to our longstanding label design.

It’s our goal that these refinements bring you the same information as before while being straightforward and easy to read with an extra pop of color - we hope you like them!

You will also see the names for several of our current offerings have been updated:

Bags of coffee featuring our new names and labels.

Our goal is to provide you with the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding our sourcing relationships. The aforementioned offerings have recently undergone changes and continue to uphold our commitment to only offering traceable and relational coffees.

While the specific origin might be changing, the flavor profile you have come to know and love isn’t going anywhere. In fact, you may have already been enjoying these coffees in the last few weeks.

We have worked tirelessly to source coffees that not only meet our standards but that will also resemble the offerings that came before.

Meet Our New Farming Partners

Coffee producer from Colombia, Emmanuel Enciso

Emmanuel Enciso - La Roma

Colombia La Roma comes from 30-45 independent producers in the mountains of Tolima, Colombia where Emmanuel Enciso started a community producing station for surrounding villages. The project is supported by Forest Green Coffee who we visited in May of 2022 and have worked with for five years.


Smallholders at Tero Farm using the Shakiso Washing Station

Tero Outgrowers - Shakiso Washing Station

Ethiopia Shakiso hails from Tero Farm where smallholders must participate in comprehensive registration and training, including mapping of each smallholder’s farm and training in agronomy and processing. Through this program, farmers benefit from higher prices paid for higher quality cherry, pre-harvest financing, and distribution of seedlings and coffee bags for transport. Smallholders living in the vicinity of Tero Farm deliver their cherries to the farm or to nearby collection centers managed by Dimtu. This coffee is certified organic.


Several women from the Duromina Cooperative in Ethiopia.

Duromina Cooperative

Established in 2010, 'Duromina' means 'become wealthy', and this is a smallholder cooperative who knows how to share the wealth. First focusing on quality improvements, they then set their sights on an organic certification for additional premiums. The cooperative is now focusing on community by building schools, roads, connections for electricity and safe drinking water. This certified organic coffee is traceable to 329 individual cooperative members.

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