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Bloom 630
Women's Cooperative Blend




When our first daughter was born, our perspective of stewardship changed. So much so, that our buying patterns bloomed towards a “think global and act local” meaning. Since then, various layers and filters have been placed upon our coffee purchases.

In 2002, we meet and spoke with our first women’s coffee, “Las Hermanas” of Nicaragua. We found that special care and attention were given to coffees, when women have ownership, oversight, and seats at the table.

Since then, when sourcing and buying new coffees, we ask if the coffees are considered women’s, organic or fair trade certified. With all of our coffee purchases, when the taste is right, quality is evident, and trust is established. We choose these types of cooperatives over others.

We believe gender equality, fairness, and access to market improvements will help the community. We use our spending dollars for that end. By doing so, we are broadening the opportunities available, not only in the rest of the world, but also here at home. This translates to our daughters in their respective workplaces and relationships.

Women led co-ops serve as luminaries for all women in coffee. Showing that through empowerment, education, comradery, community, strength, and love, a viable and sustainable coffee can be enjoyed from seed to cup. The name Bloom 630 pays homage to one of life’s greatest gifts and journeys, parenthood. From this pivotal experience, grew a desire to work towards a world filled with endless possibilities for our daughters and all women alike.

Bloom 630 blends our current selections of Women led cooperative coffees. All of which have been grown and handled organically, bought through the Fair Trade transparent model, and certified kosher in the Cafe Moto roastery.

Bloom 630 in the cup: mild earthiness, buttered toffee, dark chocolate and sweet nectarine.

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