The Coffee Producers We Work With

El Vergel Coffee Farm - Colombia

El Vergel

In 1995, the Bayter family began their agricultural venture with an avocado farm in Fresno, Tolima, which thrived until a disease in 2006 led to plummeting prices. Pivoting to coffee between 2009 and 2010, they experimented with various coffee varieties and processing techniques, earning a “Rainforest” certification by 2015. A partnership in 2016 with coffee expert Miguel Jimenez introduced exotic coffee varieties, and by 2018, El Vergel farm was innovating with modern fermentation processes. Today, the farm is renowned for its extensive varietal range and pioneering the kOJI fermentation process, setting new standards in coffee production.

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Fasendas Dutra - Brazil

The Fasendas Dutra Family Estate

Fazendas Dutra, a family-run farm in Matas de Minas, Brazil, has been sustainably growing coffee since 1950. Started by José Dutra Sobrinho on a single hectare, the farm has expanded through reinvestment of profits and now produces specialty and organic coffees. The coffee cultivation harmonizes with nature, taking place among rocks, woods, and waterfalls using artisanal processes. The farm is powered by a Photovoltaic Solar Plant, generating 276,000KWh of clean energy annually, reducing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. Fazendas Dutra operates on a Direct Trade model, ensuring transparency and support for sustainable and ethical practices.

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Daterra Estate - Brazil

Daterra

Daterra Farms, nestled in the city of Patrocínio, Brazil, is renowned for its exceptional coffee. With a climate perfect for coffee cultivation and a rich history dating back to the early 1900s, Daterra has been a pioneer in sustainable farming. Their coffee, particularly the Villa variety, is known for its unique sensory profile, featuring notes of caramel, dulce de leche, citric, and hazelnuts. Daterra’s commitment to quality and sustainability has earned them recognition as the first Rainforest Alliance Farm in Brazil and the first climate-friendly farm verified by the Sustainable Agriculture Network.

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Nariño Project - Colombia

Nariño Project

This coffee comes from an amazing group coffee farmers from the the Nariño department, in the region of Sandona and Chachauy! For this project, we build an easy 24 hours fermentation protocol, in which all the farmers were involved with their coffees in their own farms. After the coffee has gone through the fermentation, it´s taken down to a solar dryer where all the coffees are dried together to accomplish a more homogeneous profile and control the moisture levels of all the lots, which are then stabilized in grain pro bags for 125 days before being milled.

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Villa Betulia - Colombia

Luis Anibal Calderon

Let's talk about Villa Betulia farm. It's been in the game for about 15 years now. Back in the day, it was all about the classics – Castillo and Colombia varieties ruled the roost. But around 12 years ago, a change was in the air. They decided to mix things up. First came Geisha, a real game-changer. And you know what? It worked like a charm! So, they thought, why stop there? Now, Villa Betulia boasts over 20 varieties, and not a single one is your run-of-the-mill type. It's like a coffee carnival out there.

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Farm El Diviso - Colombia

Wilder Lasso

In the mountains of San Adolfo, coffee maverick Wilder Lazo’s passion and family legacy converged. His specialty coffee journey began with a varietal program that now boasts over a dozen distinctive coffee varieties. The crown jewel? Gesha Spirits. Its washing process is an art, with double fermentation and sun exposure infused with mandarin peel. The result? A symphony of jasmine, tangerine, and honeysuckle notes. Wilder’s mastery and dedication echo through each sip. Gesha Spirits isn’t just coffee; it’s a legacy—a masterpiece.

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Remera Hill Group - Rwanda

Baho Coffee

Baho Coffee, based in Rwanda, stands out for its commitment to traceability and community empowerment. By connecting directly with individual coffee producers, Baho ensures sustainable relationships and motivates growers. The Remera Hill group exemplifies this approach, with farmers’ lots separated to recognize their hard work. Emmanuel, the driving force behind Baho, transformed the Humure Washing Station, increasing production capacity. Baho Coffee’s vision extends beyond profit, emphasizing innovation, community development, and quality. Their journey reflects passion, dedication, and a shared love for coffee, from Rwandan hills to global cups.

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Worka Chelchele

Yirgacheffe - Ethiopia

The Yirgacheffe region in Ethiopia is celebrated for its exceptional coffee, particularly the Gedeb Chelchele Natural Coffee. Produced by smallholder contributors at the Chelchele washing station, this coffee undergoes a washed drying process. The region’s red/brown fertile soil, elevation of 1950 meters, and innovative processing techniques contribute to its unique character

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Inmaculada Coffee Farms

Holguin Family

Inmaculada Coffee Farms offers a unique coffee experience with their specialty blends and exotic varieties, all cultivated in the Andes mountains of Colombia. Their commitment to ethical and responsible farming is evident in their Fellows' Program, which supports local coffee growers in Cauca. The farm's natural sanctuary allows for a harmonious production with nature, resulting in elegant and soft flavors that have gained worldwide recognition. They practice meticulous cultivation processes, including hand-sorting and natural fermentation, to ensure the highest quality. Inmaculada's dedication to freshness and quality control has led them to store and mill their coffee in-house, maintaining the integrity of their product from the farm to the cup.

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