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Colombia Antioquia Santa Isabel
Price: $10.25
Availability: We roast and ship on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays

Don Fernando has spent the past 35 years building up his family farm to produce environmentally friendly, socially conscious, and delicious specialty coffees. We are honored to be developing new direct trade relationships to bring more exciting coffees to you. Learn more about Fernando De Jesus Echavarria here. Region: Vereda El Calvario, Fredonia Antioquia Elevation: 1660-1900m Process: Washed Farmer: Fernando De Jesus Echavarria Variety: Colombia, Caturra We Taste: Green Apple, Pecan,...

Guatemala Huehuetenango La Esperanza Natural
Price: $11.50
Availability: We roast and ship on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays

We take a team of our baristas to visit this farm each year because we are so impressed with the Villatoro family’s coffee production. They have built a wet mill, a road that connects the rural community to the nearest paved road, and every roof in the family village of Hoja Blanca doubles as a drying patio. We are so excited to see this farm experiment with natural process coffee. Having partnered with them for over six years, it is a delight to watch the Villatoro family continually improve...

Guatemala Huehuetenango Rosma
Price: $10.50
Availability: We roast and ship on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays

This coffee comes from one of the most scenic coffee farms we have ever visited in the mountainous highlands of Guatemala, and the quality of the cup lives up to its dramatic origin. Finca Rosma has impressed us with their innovation and dedication to perfection in coffee cultivation, and we are excited to share this phenomenal coffee with you. We've worked with Fredy Morales for since 2014. Find out more about him and Finca Rosma here. Region: San Pedro Necta, Huehuetenango Elevation:...

Honduras Finca La Pila
Price: $10.50
Availability: We roast and ship on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays

Hubert Nicolas and his family are third generation coffee farmers. His grandparents started the farm “La Pila,” which is named for the three crystal clear springs in the forest around the farm. These springs once provided clean drinking water for the whole area, and people still use them to cool off on hot days. Hubert has managed the farm for 15 years, with a total of three hectares of Parainema and Icatu coffee plants and two hectares of natural forest. Parainema is a variety of coffee that...