Our Coffee Origins

Embark on a Coffee Adventure Around the World! ☕️
Hey Hey my fellow coffee enthusiasts! Ever wondered where your favorite brew comes from? Join us on a journey across the globe as we uncover the origins of our specialty grade coffees. Get ready for a taste sensation like never before!

🌎 Chiapas, Mexico: Where Magic Meets the Mountains
Cupping Notes: Medium Acidity, Creamy Body, Lemon, Brown Sugar, Dark Chocolate, Well Balanced

Nestled in the Jaltenango region of Chiapas, FESICH is a coffee wonderland founded in 2016. Picture hillsides adorned with coffee plants intermingling with native flora, creating a diverse cup profile. Altitude: 1,400M - 1,900 M. Process: Washed.

🇬🇹 Guatemala: Apicus COOP - A Decade of Coffee Mastery
Cupping Notes: Medium Acidity, Medium Body, Lemon/Lime, Nougat, Brown Sugar

Behold the wonders of Apicus COOP in Huehuetenango! This cooperative, with 200 dedicated members working in harmony for over 10 years, produces organic coffees with a superior quality. Altitude: 1,500-1,900 M. Process: Fully Washed and Sun Dried.

🇭🇳 Honduras: CAFESCOR - A Growing Coffee Family
Cupping Notes: Bright Acidity, Smooth Body, Grapefruit, Milk Chocolate, Smooth Finish

Journey to the Copan region, where CAFESCOR, a cooperative formed in 2014 by 25 small coffee producers, has flourished into a thriving community of 131 partners farming over 400 hectares. Altitude: 1,400-1,600 M. Process: Fully Washed and Sun Dried.

☕ Nicaragua: COMULFAC - A Symphony of Family Farms
Cupping Notes: Medium Acidity, Medium Body, Hazelnut, Molasses, Graham Cracker

Meet the Cooperativa Multifuncional Family Coffee R.L. (COMULFAC), founded in 2013 by family-owned farms. With meticulous care in processing cherries and a commitment to community, these small farmers join forces to enhance the quality of life for their families and communities. Altitude: 1,000-1,400 M. Process: Fully Washed and Sun Dried.

🌴 Costa Rica: CoopeAgri - Where Coffee Nurtures Communities
Cupping Notes: Bright Acidity, Medium Body, Brown Spice, Brown Sugar, Stone Fruit

Discover CoopeAgri, a community of farmers in Southern Costa Rica. Apart from delivering delightful coffee, this cooperative focuses on the well-being of its members, offering medical care, agronomy support, and even a café showcase. Altitude: 1,400 to 1,900 M. Process: Washed and Sun Dried.

🏞 Colombia: Cafe del Macizo - High Quality, High Mountains
Cupping Notes: Medium Acidity, Rounded Body, Dark Chocolate, Mango, Peach

Take a trip to Tolima, where Cafe del Macizo, a group of farmers formed in 2003, cultivates coffee in the foothills of Cordillera Central. Altitude: 1,500-2,100 M. Process: Washed and Sun Dried.

🇵🇪 Peru: El Palto - Empowering Farmers, Enriching Lives
Cupping Notes: Medium Acidity, Smooth Body, Lemon, Herbal, Chocolate

In the Amazonian Andes of northern Peru, the Asociacion de Productores Cafetaleros Juan Marco El Palto (JUMARP) stands tall. Established in 2003 with just 35 farmers, this cooperative has grown to include 40 women among its 189 members, showcasing their commitment to excellence in coffee production. Altitude: 1,600-1,800 M. Process: Washed.

🇧🇷 Brazil: Sul de Minas - A Symphony of Generations
Cupping Notes: Medium Acidity, Smooth Body, Mandarin Orange, Chocolate

Travel to the rolling hills of Sul De Mines, Brazil, where small to medium-sized farms, passed down through generations, produce coffee with a unique flavor profile. Altitude: 950-1,100 M. Process: Natural.

🌍 Tanzania: Mount Kilimanjaro Peaberry - Elevation Elegance
Cupping Notes: Bright Acidity, Rounded Body, Fruity, Cranberry, Lemon/Lime

Experience the enchantment of the Kilimanjaro plantation Estate, where each coffee tree is pampered with a drip irrigation system. Altitude: 1,200M-2,000 M. Process: Fully Washed.

🦓 Uganda: Sipi Falls - Where Mountains and Flavor Converge
Cupping Notes: Mild Acidity, Light Body, Floral, Chocolate, Dark Fruits

Picture the slopes of Mount Elgon in Uganda's Kapchorwa district, where the Uganda Organic RFA Bugisu brings together family-owned farms. Through the Sipi Falls coffee project, established in 1999, these farmers not only produce excellent coffee but also contribute to sustainable income in the region. Altitude: 1,500-2,500 M. Process: Fully Washed and Sun Dried.

🇰🇪 Kenya: Othaya - The Artistry of Cooperative Excellence
Cupping Notes: Bright Acidity, Orange, Lemon, Floral, Effervescent, Sweet Well Balanced

Join the Othaya Farmer Cooperative Society in Nyeri County, Kenya, where meticulous processing at the Gatugi Factory results in a diverse range of coffee profiles. Altitude: 1,700-1,890 M. Process: Fully Washed and Sun Dried on Raised Beds.

🇪🇹 Ethiopia: Sidama - The Birthplace of Coffee Magic
Cupping Notes: Bright Acidity, Delicate Body, Caramel, Vanilla, Floral, Berry

Journey to Sidama, Ethiopia, where coffee is not just a crop but a cultural treasure. Grown on family farms and processed in local cooperatives, this coffee, with its bright acidity and delicate body, showcases the rich heritage of Ethiopia, the birthplace of coffee. Altitude: 2,000-2,200 M. Process: Natural and Sun Dried.

🇮🇳 India: Kerala Robusta - A Symphony of Spice and Popcorn
Cupping Notes: Popcorn, Molasses, Rye

In the lush district of Wayanad, Kerala, India, the India Organic Robusta Cherry emerges as a delight for the senses. Sourced from family-owned farms organized around the Wayanad Social Service Society, this robusta coffee brings forth a unique blend of popcorn, molasses, and rye—a true treat for the adventurous palate. Altitude: 1,200M - 1,650 M. Process: Full Natural and Sun Dried.

🌴 Bali: Bali Blue Moon - Tradition in Every Bean
Cupping Notes: Bakers Chocolate, Orange Juice, Juniper, Molasses, Clean

Explore the Kintamani Highlands of Central Bali, where Bali Blue Moon, named after its hallmark bluish hue, is nurtured by small family-owned farms. The wet-hulling process gives these beans a distinct color, while traditional rural lifestyles ensure sustainability and a coffee experience that's truly one-of-a-kind. Altitude: 1200-1600 M. Process: Hand-picked, Wet-hulled, Two-step Sun Dried on Raised Beds.

🇵🇬 Papua New Guinea: A Symphony of Diversity
Cupping Notes: Balanced Body, Medium/High Acidity, Citrus, Floral, Jasmine, Caramel

In the heart of the South Pacific, Papua New Guinea boasts a rich coffee culture with over 800 native languages. From the Morobe to Madang provinces, the diverse flavors of Typica and Mondo Novo varietals come together to create a balanced and captivating cup. Altitude: 1,200 - 1,700 M. Process: Washed.

There you have it, the thrilling tale of our coffees from around the world, complete with altitude and processing details. Each sip is not just a flavor but a journey, connecting you with the rich cultures, landscapes, and traditions that make these coffees truly extraordinary. So, grab your mug and let the adventure begin! 🌍☕️