Both the Tanzanian and Mexican Coffees help farmers who previously couldn't get their coffee to market. These high altitude coffees are grown by families who take great pride and care in cultivating coffee organically.
The Mexican Marigattura coffee is from Chiapas and grown by the Bravo family. It is a hybrid between the giant elephant bean and the Alturra coffee. It has a cinnamon and hazelnut flavor with a medium body. It is medium roasted for a wonderful flavor.
The Tanzanian Lubanda coffee is grown in the very high mountains where it is picked by hand and washed at the Lubanda washing station. The coffee has hints of blackberry and mollasses. It is lightly roasted to bring out the tangy notes that compliment the berry flavor.
These two coffees will be in stores for Thanksgiving and will be on the website as well.
Help us help the small family farmers!