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Coffee Bios

Brazil Mogiana

Royal Select Water Decaf

On July 11, 1985 the Cooperativa de Cafeicultores e Agropecuaristas (COCAPEC) was founded. COCAPEC began with almost 300 members in its first year of operations, and today it has grown to over 2,000 members. COCAPEC is renowned in this coffee-growing region for its technical support and natural drying methods. The cooperative’s technical department works in partnership with its members to guarantee consistent coffee quality. Currently, the high Mogiana region has an average annual production of more than one million bags of coffee, of which 85% is high quality beans produced at an optimal altitude and temperature. Our current offering is Fine Cup (FC) and Strictly Soft (SS), the highest cup category in the Brazilian coffee grading.

Location: Sao Paulo/Minas Gerais, Brazil
Altitude: 800—1,200 m
Varieties: Bourbon, Mundo Novo
Process: Natural
Drying: Sun dried
Harvest: May—August
Export: July—April

Brazil Natural—Yellow Catuai

“Sitio Bela Vista” Estate Grown

Sitio Bela Vista is located in a community referred to as Barring. Tiago Rezende and his brothers take care of this plantation as well as other various coffee plantations in the surrounding areas. In Brazil it is common practice to work on plantations that do not belong to you in order to harvest more coffee, this process is called “Meieros”. The farmers use an all natural process followed by sun drying their beans on paved patios for the best results.

Location: Poco Fundo, Brazil
Altitude: 1,250 masl
Varieties: Yellow Catuai
Process: Natural
Drying: Sun dried on paved patios
Harvest: July—September
Export: October—January

Brazil Natural

Legender Especial

Legender Especial is a blend of coffees grown in the unique micro-regions of Machado, Poco Fundo and Campestre, located in Minas Gerais State, Brazil. Most coffee regions in Brazil are well known for large coffee plantations in big farms. Legender Especial goes in the opposite direction, consisting of small farms called Sitios. All lots are purchased directly from growers committed to quality and willing to provide detailed information about their Sitios, harvesting methods, drying techniques and all relevant information about their coffee. Legender Especial is unique and original because it represents a small group of farmers from a micro-region known for its quality. The great potential of this region lies in the high quality and hard working families running these small farms.

Location: Municipalities in Minas Gerais
Altitude: 1,100 meters above sea level
Varieties: Yellow Catuai. Mundo Novo, and Yellow/Red Catucai
Process: Natural
Drying: Patio sun dried
Harvest: June—August
Export: October—January


Supremo 17/18

Colombia Supremo 17/18 is sourced from small to medium sized family-owned farms located within the city of Pereira in the department of Risaralda, Colombia. Coffee is cultivated on farms that average 2.5 hectares in size. Producers pick and process coffee at their own micro-wet mills and then dry their own coffee, typically on elevated tables inside solar dryers that provide protection from the nearly continuous rainy season.

Location: Pereira, Risaralda, Colombia, Brazil
Altitude: 1300—1650 masl
Varieties: Caturra, Typica, Castillo & Colombia
Process: Washed
Drying: Sun Dried
Harvest: September—January
Export: April—June

Ethiopian Natural

Yirgacheffe Konga

This coffee is produced in Irgachefe, also transliterated as Yirgacheffe. A major town in south-central Ethiopia, Yirgacheffe is located in the Gedeo Zone of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region district and is one of the most famous coffee growing regions in the country. The natural process method used is the oldest method of coffee production and is well-known for featuring pleasingly fruity cup profiles that can be seen throughout Ethiopia. Konga is an area within Yirgacheffe known for producing particularly fine coffees. We think this lot is no exception.

Location: Konga, Yirgacheffe
Altitude: Above 5,905 Feet, Above 1,880 Meters
Varieties: Ethiopian Heirloom
Process: Natural
Drying: Sun dried on raised drying tables
Harvest: November—December
Export: March—June

Kenya AA

Mount Kenya

Kenya AA is sourced from the Kenyan open auction system, which is part of the Nairobi Coffee Exchange. The quality of coffee and transparency in access has allowed for strong prices relative to other origins. Most coffee is grown in the hills surrounding Mount Kenya, where the rich soil helps produce high quality coffee. Farmer plots are exceptionally small, and are generally classified by number of trees in production rather than the physical area of the farm. This allows farmers to excersize significant control over the coffee picked and delivered to the local wet mill. These mills have an abundance of water, which allows for the high-end washing methods that showcase the hallmark Kenyan profile.

Location: Kenya
Altitude: 1,400—1,800 masl
Varieties: SL28, SL34, Ruiru 11, Baitan
Process: Washed
Drying: Sun dried on raised beds
Harvest: October—March
Export: February—May

Organic Peru

Sol y Cafe Fair Trade

Cooperativa de Servicios Multiples Sol y Café Ltda (Coop Sol y Café) was established in March of 2008 to unite over 1,000 farmers. This included rice and cacao producers. The co-op was originally formed to collectively make agronomic and economic decisions. One of their objectives was to protect the environment, and to help communities and their families to develop and progress. They continue to work towards the sustainability of their crops and development for the future by maintaining the Organic and Fair Trade certifications.

Location: Cajamarca, provinces of Jaen and San Ignacio
Altitude: 900-2,000 masl
Varieties: Typica, Caturra, Pache, Mondo Novo, Bourbon, Catuai, and Catimor
Process: Fully Washed
Drying: Sun dried
Harvest: June—November
Export: July—November

Organic Timor

Fair Trade

The Cooperativa Cafe Timor (CCT) works with very small farms in East Timor. The majority of land owners own less than a hectare of land. The CCT was established in 1994 with the help of the USDA and NCBA. and in 2001, the cooperative obtained Fair Trade certification. The farms are located in Maubesse, an area of high altitude and a sub-district in the Ainaro district; Atsabe, in the Ermera district; the Lequisa district; and the Aifu region. The coffee from East Timor was originally planted over 400 years ago by Portuguese colonists. However, after an epidemic of coffee leaf rust, the replanting of plants occured and led to the creation of a new coffee varietal of Hibrido de Timor.

Location: Dili, East Timor
Altitude: 800-1600 masl
Varieties: Hibrido de Timor, Bourbon
Process: Fully Washed
Drying: Sun dried
Harvest: April—September
Export: April—August

Organic Peru

Highlands Plantation

The plantation and wet -mill are owned and operated by the Tsekaka clan - 48 shareholders acquired the properties in 1978. The region of Amuliba was originally planted and cultivated by colonialists in the 1950’s but after Papua New Guinea’s Independence in 1975 many plantation titles were transferred to local tribes. A majority of these have collapsed or failed since, and it is a testament to Tsekaka leadership that this plantation continues to function and produce high quality coffees. The Waghi valley is one of the major agricultural centers of Papua New Guinea, with rich soils and a storied heritage of cultivation. The valley is home to the Kuk Swamp, where some of the earliest evidence of the development of agriculture exists.

Location: Amuliba, North Wahgi, Jiwaka Province
Altitude: 1,450—1,600 masl
Varieties: Typica and Bourbon
Process: Fully Washed
Drying: Sun dried
Harvest: April—August
Export: August—October