Ethically Sourced Coffee from around the world
Coffee supply chains are deeply complex, covering difficult terrain over vast geographies. We work with smallholder farming communities, embracing the diversity of each location.
Coffee production is integral to the livelihood of these regions, and can help drive socio-economic change to benefit these often vulnerable communities and fragile ecosystems.
Under the Guidance of the Dutch East India Trading Company, coffee was planted in Sumatra in the late 1600s. Between 1602 and 1796, they sent almost one million Europeans to
Costa Rica is nestled in the heart of Central America, and is as diverse as it is beautiful. This little country has it all – from mountains and volcanoes to rainforests that
Nicaragua has historically undergone periods of turmoil that have hindered the development of the coffee sector in the country. Many experienced coffee farmers fled during the years of Sandinista rule, during the