Good coffee goes beyond taste.

The story of coffee is a human story.

It starts at origin.

Equitable Coffee = Sustainable Future

We source exclusively from women & smallholders who are paid a fair price based on quality, not commodity. This income supports their goals as producers, and directly circles back into their communities.

Transparency = Better Brew

We want you to know the origins of our coffees– both of the crop and of the producers. The journey from origin to your cup is a remarkable one, with care and attention to detail at every point along the way.

Overcoming the odds

The women who produce our coffees are pioneers and innovators.

By sharing their stories and providing a sustainable market, together we’re creating a more equitable, viable, and empowered future.

We give 1% of all sales to the Nuevo Amanecer Women’s Cooperative Scholarship Fund– a fund managed entirely by its members, which provides access to higher education.

Investing in women is powerful. The benefits extend well beyond the household, to include entire communities, and the impact is particularly significant in coffee-growing regions around the world.

Coffee Origins

Always rotating, our current offerings are featured here.



We proudly source our Nicaragua Miraflor Single Origin Coffee (which is also the coffee used in all of our Coffee Infusions) from the Women of Miraflor Cooperative; the women of New Dawn contribute their coffees to this regional cooperative, and we gain direct access via Vega Coffee, a thriving startup based out of Esteli, Nicaragua.

Vega Coffee is reinventing the coffee supply chain to benefit coffee farmers and drinkers alike. By sourcing with Vega, our coffee is roasted by the same farmers who grew it and shipped directly to us.

Most farmers sell their coffee as a commodity to middlemen, leaving farmers with the most at stake earning the smallest share. Vega is doing things differently. They work with small-scale farmers and give them the tools and training to roast and package their coffee, which allows them to earn up to four times more per pound. Vega Coffee is grown, roasted, packaged and shipped from its point of origin.

The additional income earned by coffee farmers has a tangible impact, funding community initiatives like better education for children and greater access to healthcare. Vega’s farmer roasters play a significant role in transforming their communities with knowledge and lifelong skills that go beyond the farm.

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Cooperative: Miraflor cooperative of women farmers

Region: Miraflor, Esteli, Nicaragua

Varietals: Bourbon, Typica, Caturra, Catuai

Coffee Process: Washed

Roasted by: Vega Coffee farmer roasters, Esteli, Nicaragua



Our current offering from Rwanda is from the Maraba cooperative, and we couldn’t be more excited to share this great coffee with you. By sourcing through Sustainable Harvest® from Maraba, our coffee is directly tied to their remarkable efforts, impacts the livelihoods of low-income women farmers, and creates the basis for more transparent trade, improved quality, and higher prices.

In the wake of the Rwandan Civil War and genocide, the Maraba cooperative started as an economic and social initiative to revitalize the region. In 2001, Maraba was recognized for producing specialty coffee, after partnering with PEARL (Partnership for Enhancing Agriculture in Rwanda through Linkages) and later SPREAD, projects funded by USAID. With the help of these organizations, the cooperative expanded its infrastructure and technical training from industry experts.

When coffee cherries are ripe, members hand-pick and sort to ensure consistency and quality. Next, the cherries are de-pulped and the beans are transferred to fermentation tanks. The beans are washed again, and then floated through a system of water channels to separate good, dense beans. The beans are transferred to another tank and soaked for up to 12 hours, after which they undergo pre-drying and co-op members hand-sort defective beans before full drying.

In 2002, Maraba achieved Fair Trade certification and is proudly the first Fair Trade single-origin coffee from Rwanda. Maraba uses the premiums for community development projects such as health care, education, and women’s programs, purchasing depulping machines, and addressing waste water management issues. These premiums also help to offer second payment to members.

In 2003, under the guidance of Project PEARL, the cooperative adopted its own banking branch, serving community members and providing new employment opportunities.

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Current Cooperative: Maraba Abahuzamugambi

Region: Southern Province, Rwanda

Altitude: 1700 meters

Varietals: Bourbon

Coffee Process: Washed

Roasted by: Corvus Coffee Roasters, Denver, Colorado

Meet our roasting partners

We’re in good company.


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.


Corvus Coffee is one of Denver’s premier artisan roasters, with an exceptional eye for rare and fine coffees. 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– like our Rwanda Izuba.

We share Corvus’ deep-rooted values in quality, uncompromising sourcing practices, and down-to-earth collaborative spirit, and are thrilled to be partners.

A good trip is about the journey, marked by the experiences that leave you with new perspectives. We keep this spirit at our core; it’s why we’re here in the first place.