Fair Trade Coffee That's
Good for All of Us.
Good for All of Us.
Investing in Women
Over 125 million people depend on coffee cultivation as their livelihood. In an industry worth an estimated $100 billion, coffee farmers have the most at stake yet have the smallest voice. Women producers face the greatest challenges— unequal pay, limited rights, barriers to land ownership, lack of access to education and resources… the list goes on.
Unwilling to accept business as usual, we’re committed to being a positive force for change. Join us.
She produced your coffee.
The women we source from are pioneers.
By sharing their stories and building a sustainable market, together we’re creating a more equitable and viable future.
To further promote more sustainable communities, we give 1% of sales to the Nuevo Amanecer Women’s Cooperative Scholarship Fund– a fund managed by its members, which provides access to higher education.
Investing in women is powerful. When producers have access to education, their coffees increase in quality and can be sold for more. Studies show that the income women producers earn directly impacts the economic stability & resiliency for the household and community.
NICARAGUA LA FLORACIÓN
MIRAFLOR WOMEN’S COOPERATIVE
The women of Nuevo Amanacer contribute their coffees to the Women of Miraflor regional cooperative. And through our partnership with Vega Coffee, we gain direct access to their coffee, which is roasted by the same farmers who grew it.
By giving smallholder farmers the tools and training to roast and package their coffee, they're able to earn up to four times more per pound. This additional income has a tangible impact, funding community initiatives like better education for children and greater access to healthcare.
HEART OF THE SUN
ROTATING SMALLHOLDER COOPERATIVES
Our current African + South American blend is a delightful offering from women producers in Rwanda and smallholders in Brazil.
The Rwandan coffee comes from the Tumba cooperative, located in the hills outside of the capital of Kigali. Tumba was founded as a means of creating jobs and income in the valley. The majority of the farmers are women who were impacted directly by the Rwandan Genocide. The founder, Vincent, has set up programs to help provide healthcare, insurance, and micro lending programs. This coffee stands out with vibrant fruit flavors, and we’re honored to share it with you.
Meet our roasting partners
We're in good company.
CREATING A NEW COFFEE EXPERIENCE
All of our Nicaraguan coffees are sourced from Vega Coffee, a thriving startup based out of Esteli, Nicaragua. Vega empowers farmers with tools and training to turn their coffee from commodity to consumer-ready product. As a result, farmers in Nicaragua’s coffee country can earn more income for their coffee and play a key role in shaping a new, more equitable coffee experience.
Vega Coffee is coffee unlike any other: packaged and roasted by the same farmers who grew it and delivered direct to us within days of roasting.
FOR THOSE WHO VALUE CRAFT OVER CONSUMPTION
Corvus Coffee is one of Denver’s premier artisan roasters, embodying exceptional ethics and craftsmanship. With broad roasting expertise and well-established relationships with some of the most talented producers around the world, Corvus gives us access to amazing coffees.