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Uganda Organic RFA UTZ – Fully washed Sipi Falls Grain Pro

$4.34 / per lb

Uganda Organic RFA UTZ – Fully washed Sipi Falls Grain Pro

This  Bourbon coffee is an organic, Rainforest Alliance certified coffee at a very reasonable price. It is a unique single origin coffee with a rich full body. It has tastes of toffee, caramel and molasses with deep fruit overtones.

The coffee is grown on farms located close to the border of Kenya.  – Carol really likes this coffee as a great drip coffee through-out the day

Ethiopian Sidamo Natural FTO

$5.00 / per lb

Ethiopian Sidamo Natural FTO

Another of the classic Ethiopian coffee regions, Sidamo coffees are known for medium body, delicate fruits, spice, and citrus. Our FTO Natural Sidamo fits the bill.

Ethiopia Yirgacheffe FTO

$5.88 / per lb

Ethiopia Yirgacheffe FTO

 

The coffees of Yirgacheffe have long been prized for their delicate, tea-like aromatics and clean citrus flavor.

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Bali Blue Moon Organic RFA

$4.50 / per lb

Bali Blue Moon Organic RFA

Out of Stock Until late August

A complex coffee with an exotic and syrupy body with hints of chocolate, vanilla and spice. Does well as a light roast and dark roast.

Cascadia Blend Decaf FTO

$5.50 / per lb

Cascadia Blend Decaf

Currently on Back order, scheduled to arrive 6/22/18

This coffee is so smooth you wouldn’t know it is decaffeinated! A blend of some of the best coffee growing regions of the world. “The goal of this mix is to allow the Cascadia to be used as a satisfying drip blend, while also having enough complexity to shine in the espresso machine as well.”

Peru FTO – Swiss Water Process Decaf

$5.35 / per lb

Peru FTO – Swiss Water Process Decaf

The trademark “Swiss Water Process” removes caffeine from coffee without the use of solvents or chemicals. This coffee is characterized by delicate sweetness, gentle acidity and round flavor and suitable for roasting and brewing as either an espresso or drip brew.

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Honduras FTO RFA

$4.10 / per lb

Honduras FTO RFA

Sourced from Café Organico Marcala, S.A. (COMSA), a cooperative of farmers that was started in 2000 to become organically certified, in a protected designation of origin within the department of La Paz, Honduras. COMSA has also significantly increased the participation of women within the organization, which has resulted in a successful women’s group that has established their own farmers' market to sell home-grown organic produce.

Sumatra FTO

$4.85/ per lb

Sumatra FTO

Deep and pungently spicy in the aroma with papaya and chocolate notes. In the cup medium-bodied, richly low-toned, and complexly fruity: papaya and black cherry with a dry chocolate edge.

Colombia FTO Café Femenino

$4.60 / per lb

Colombia FTO Café Femenino

The participating women are all part of the 1st level Cooperative COSURCA, in the southern state of Cauca. There are about 160 participating women in the Café Femenino program, averaging 3.5 acres each. A good number of these women are single heads of household, but not all, many of have husbands with their own plots of coffee.

Currently the group is working with the Café Femenino Foundation (a grant received through CORDAID) on a two year plan to develop the integration of women into the structural rolls of the cooperative, focusing on leadership development.

Mexico Chiapas FTO

$4.45 / per lb

Mexico Chiapas FTO

Mexico FTO Chiapas is recognized for having a medium body, light to medium acidity, sweet, a hint of dark chocolate, balanced.

Bolivia FTO Colonial Caranavi

$4.50 / per lb

Bolivia FTO Colonial Carana

These coffee farmers are known as “colonials”. During the 1950’s, wealthy and large land owners took over this region. They confiscated the properties from the natives, then enslaved the people  by forcing them to work for them. In 1991, through a governmental land reform, the larger landowners were made to relinquish their holdings of these small farms and return the rightful ownership back to the families who had originally owned them. These small farms still  surround the parameters of the large landowners, but they are no longer reliant on them for survival. They are independent and have title to their own land. They now have the freedom to search  for ways to improve their income, their own  lives, and the health of their community.

Guatemala FTO

$4.85 / per lb

Guatemala FTO

La Federación Comercializadora de Café Especial de Guatemala (FECCEG), is a second level cooperative comprised of 12 small producer coops in the High Plains area of Guatemala. This region includes parts of Chimaltenango, Huehuetenango, Quiché, Sololá, San Marcos and Quetzaltenango. The Federation is comprised of 1943 small farmers, including 529 women. Exportadora de Café Especial de Guatemala is the exporting arm of FECCEG.

Java Organic Kayumas Taman Dadar RFA

$4.60 / per lb

Java Organic Kayumas Taman Dadar GRAINPRO

Java Organic Kayumas Taman Dadar GRAINPRO is sourced from family-owned farms located near the villages of Curah Tatal and Kayumas on the island of Java, Indonesia. In the 17th Century Java coffee was first cultivated in low-lying areas, but by the late 19th Century coffee leaf rust had destroyed production, forcing new coffee cultivation into the highlands where high altitudes and volcanic soil provide perfect growing conditions. Smallholder organic coffee production is atypical of the region which is dominated by large government run coffee estates established by the Dutch in the 18th century.

Taman Dadar, meaning flower garden, aptly describes the way smallholder coffee is cultivated, colorfully inter-cropped with parkia beans, avocados, erythrina, albizia, and leucaena trees, which produce food for local consumption and shade. Java Taman Dadar is wet-hulled, a uniquely Indonesian processing method in which the coffee parchment is removed before the final drying is completed, producing a hallmark Indonesian flavor.

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Costa Rica Organic La Amistad

$4.95 / per lb

Costa Rica Organic La Amistad

This coffee type originates from a small farm called La Amistad. The La Amistad farm is located above 1200 meters near the border between Costa Rica and Panama, in the Talamanca Mountain Range on the border of La Amistad International Park. The farm has been family-run for generations and the family has kept much of the 20,000+ acres as natural forest/conservation area. The estate is also one of the largest private nature reserves in Central America. La Amistad is home to hundreds of wildlife species that inhabit the surrounding rainforest.

The farm is mainly self-sufficient. The fresh and clean streams from the rain forest supply the water for washing the coffee as well as generating power to run the milling machinery on site. The plants and earthworms break down the waste from the animals, cherry pulp, ashes, and leaves to create a rich and organic fertilizer. The word Amistad translates to friendship; La Amistad farm is appropriately named as it is truly a friend to biodiversity.