The same bold and dark french roast you love, with the caffeine stripped out through the popular and non-chemical swiss water decaffeination process.
A Migratory Habitat Conservation Coffee, Wilson's Warbler is grown in volcanic soil at Finca Ceylan y Anexos in the mountains of Guatemala and is certified "bird-friendly" by the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center. Lightly roasted, shade ripening accounts for the rich, intricate flavours.
Cafe Fem Bold Peru
By supporting women coffee growers, we support the entire community. Cafe Fem coffees are fair-trade, organic and grown by women. This Peruvian bold is one of our most popular. Enjoy!
Beautiful creamy Northern Italian Full City espresso. Built on a foundation of piquant Mexican Oaxaca, this rich, full-bodied blend is like liquid dark chocolate in your mouth
Our signature blend, this combination of 100% fair-trade, organic, Mexican, Ethiopian, and Sumatran beans mingle to create a satisfying, full-bodied taste.
Grown in volcanic soil at Finca Ceylan y Anexos in the mountains of Guatemala, certified "bird-friendly" by the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center. Roasted dark, shade ripening contributes to the rich, bold flavours.
Cafe Fem Medium Roast
This is a nice medium roast coffee from Peru. The bonus is that you are supporting women coffee growers while enjoying the great taste. Cafe Fem coffees are fair-trade, organic and grown by women.
What is Fair Trade?
Fair Trade is a different way of doing business. It's about making principles of fairness and decency mean something in the marketplace.
It seeks to change the terms of trade for the products we buy - to ensure the farmers and artisans behind those products get a better deal. Most often this is understood to mean better prices for producers, but it often means longer-term and more meaningful trading relationships as well.
For consumers and businesses, it's also about information. Fair Trade is a way for all of us to identify products that meet our values so we can make choices that have a positive impact on the world.
What is Organic?
Organic is a labeling term that indicates that the food or other agricultural product has been produced through approved methods. These methods integrate cultural, biological, and mechanical practices that foster cycling of resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity. Synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, irradiation, and genetic engineering may not be used.
Those farmers, roasters, and distributors that carry the "Bird Friendly®" seal of approval are:
What is Swiss Water Decaf?
The Swiss Water® Process is a taste-driven, 100% chemical free, water decaffeination process that delivers to today’s consumer expectations. Certified organic by OCIA, it is used by premium roasters and retailers and demanded by informed and discerning decaf drinkers.
What is the Cup of Excellence?
The Cup of Excellence is the most esteemed award given out for top coffees. These awards come from a strict competition that selects the very best coffee produced in that country for that particular year. These winning coffees are chosen by a select group of national and international cuppers and are cupped at least five different times during the competition process. Only coffees that continuously score high enough are allowed to move forward in the competition. The final winners are awarded the prestigious Cup of Excellence® and sold to the highest bidder during an internet auction.
What is the Rainforest Alliance?
Rainforest Alliance certification gives farmers an economic incentive to farm sustainably.
By providing them with the tools and techniques they need, the Rainforest Alliance helps farmers protect the integrity of their lands and ensure that their soils remain fertile, their waterways run clean and their workers are well-treated. .
What is Café Femenino?
Coffee is the second largest traded commodity in the world next to oil. Women coffee producers make up 30 percent of the 25 million coffee growers that are responsible for producing 75 percent of the world's coffee. Harsh gender inequality, poverty and abuse are rampant in these coffee production regions. Most women coffee producers have no rights, no income and are abandoned by their husbands.
With determination and desire for a better future, over 460 women coffee producers in Peru united to take a step toward achieving empowerment. This step came in the form of growing, harvesting and producing their own coffee called Café Femenino. Organic Products Trading Company (OPTCO) along with CECANOR Cooperative, PROASSA, CICAP and Cordaid joined forces to support the women in their efforts to achieve their goals. Together, the Café Femenino Coffee Project was founded in 2004.
What is the OCIA?
OCIA International is one of the world's oldest, largest and most trusted leaders in the organic certification industry. A nonprofit, member-owned, agricultural organization, OCIA is dedicated to providing the highest quality organic certification services and access to global organic markets.