Americas

Americas

1- Colombia Tolima Fair Trade Organic

Kosher logoFair Trade USAusda organic sticker In an effort to take steps towards environmental and economic sustainability, we now offer an organic and fair trade Colombian coffee from the Magdalena region. COAGRONEVADA (Cooperativa de Caficultores y Agricultores de la Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta) is a group of 21 cooperatives that pass down their coffee growing techniques generation to generation. Growing coffee in a war torn area, many indigenous farmers destroy their coffee farms in order to grow illegal cash crops. By offering fair trade, farmers are financially able to grow and improve their coffee business, providing generational wealth and stability. Premiums paid allow farmers to develop organic fertilizers and pesticides to prevent leaf rust, as well as improve the homes of their families.

Our organic, fair trade Colombia coffee is shade grown at 3,300 - 4,000 feet. It is marked with notes of toffee, a berry aroma, and a creamy body. A honey-like sweetness keeps this medium roast perky on the palate.

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1-Brazil Cerrado Natural

From the Cerrado of Minas region,  Carlos Thomas Brasilero grows his coffee. Using the natural, traditional, methods of fermentation the coffee develops a sweetness and fruit characteristic that lingers on and on. Using RFA, Rainforest Alliance, certification a mandate for sustainable ecological and economic improvements is built into the farming practices. The nature and layout of the Fazenda farm means the ripest of coffee cherry can be picked and sundried on the patios. The fruit dries and acts to enhance the flavor in the bean. Once dried, it is hulled and placed into wooden silos for the "reposo" or resting period. 45 days later, lot samples are taken and bags are filled for export. Arriving on the west coast, the coffee will be in a state of shock. After climatization, the coffee is released to Cafe Moto Roasters. Moto likes naturals for a "Dulce", sweet, fruity character similar to a bing cherry with the mildest of acidity. Brazil works well wherereduced acidity is the key. We use it as a base for our Giro D' Italia espresso, "smooth through the curves". * The Rainforest Alliance works to conserve biodiversity and ensure sustainable livelihoods by transforming land- use practices, business practices and consumer behavior.

The contract reads:

Brazil,  Specialty, Screen

100% RFA

100% RFA

17/18, NY 2, HLXU121420-4
Strictly Soft, Natural Process, Crop 2013/14,
Carlos Thomas Brasileiro Grower, Cerrado
of Minas Region, RFA Certified, SCAA 80

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1-Costa Rica Tarrazu “Llano Bonito”

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Llano Bonito, Tarrazu, Costa Rica.

Llano Bonito Cooperative, Tarrazu, is very fresh, having been stored in parchmentSANYO DIGITAL CAMERA until just prior to shipping. After the dry  milling and cleaning, we add the cost of the "grain pro" liners to insure  lasting integrity

and flavor stability above the Fair Trade base price and the quality incentive.  Each October , pre-harvest, we meet and make the arrangements for the upcoming crop. Llano Bonito Cooperative continues to deliver  the sweet, vibrant, strong chocolate orange tasting coffee. We use Llano Bonito in the French 2 dark roast FT, Espresso Moto FT and to brighten several other  Moto mixes. The power of the relationship and the  Fair Trade economics have meant clean drinking water, a medical clinic, books and school supplies and really great coffee since we met in early 2002.

 

 

 

Gerardo Camacho grooms the trees during the harvest

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About the farm: The unique micro-climate where Reserve Llano Bonito is cultivated and the strict quality control checks from the farm to port have earned the co-op notoriety in specialty coffee. By guaranteeing quality, the co-op can promise better and more sustainable prices for members’ coffee. Llano Bonito is also committed to protecting the environment where their coffee is produced and recently implemented an oven to dry the coffee, using natural waste, such as coffee parchment, instead of wood, to fuel the machine.

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1-Espresso Moto Fair Trade

 

Dark roast, caramelized sugars, syrupy mouth feel, clean finish, straight up bittersweet flavor and a good crema. All of the ingredients have been purchased through the Fair Trade model. We have been working with the same farm co-ops for number of years so they know what we are looking for and have continued their efforts to deliver because they are growing coffee for us.

In our continued efforts to "green" up we have found the right organic coffees with the right farmers to be able to succeed in achieving 100% organic blend with crema and flavor performance.

Kosher logoFair Trade USAusda organic sticker

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1-French 2 – Fair Trade

Double Cert

Double Cert

This is our darkest roast with a bold, smoky, caramelized flavor. We have a special roasting technique to help lock in the flavor. Because we start with a high grown, washed, bright, hardbean coffee, balance is achieved. The coffee is purchased under a Fair Trade model for added benefits from one of our favorite co-operatives, Llano Bonito. The open and direct sale solidifies the expectations of quality and consistency. Now Certified Kosher as well. Blends well with milk and works as espresso when pulled ristretto style.

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1-Honduras COMSA

 

  • Location: Marcala, Honduras
  • Cooperative: COMSA Association
  • Harvest: November-February

Tasting Notes:

This coffee is roasted medium, bringing forth a very balanced, soft, honey-like taste. You can drink it anytime of the day. Pair it with a blueberry muffin in the morning or try it with 2% milk if you want added creaminess to the cup. In any case, enjoy it and pour a cup for someone else.

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1-Mexico Ejido San Fernando

  • Location: San Fernando, Chiapas
  • Cooperative: Ejido San Fernando
  • Harvest: March-July

Tasting Notes:

Smooth, sweet, and medium bodied; combines effortlessly with notes of chocolate, dried stone fruit, and vanilla nougat, and nut. This is the perfect morning coffee and deliciously pairs with toast smeared with jam or waffles topped with fresh fruit

 

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1-Super G – Fair Trade-Organic

Triple Cert

French Roast Fair Trade-Organic Guatemalan from the Huehuetango region. We guide this excellent coffee through its course, asserting a strong roast profile to finish with a gust of caramelized and smoky sugar. The tart fruit flavor is barely detectable beneath the smooth and syrupy flavor that we bring out in the dark roast and body. Aromatically, one of our most dynamic and robust coffees with the added benefits of Kosher, Organic, and Fair Trade certifications

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