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Finding your perfect cup of coffee might be a challenge.
A challenge, we can help you with: With Specialty Coffee that is selectively composed and roasted according to the beans' exact demands. We know the right taste of each individual bean, and we guarantee this taste constantly. So that you can be sure you get exactly what you’re looking for.
And of course our coffees are fairly traded and sustainable.
We bring together traditional coffee crafting with new professional software solutions, to ensure you’ll enjoy the same manufactured roasted coffee always. For us there is no room for compromises when it comes to coffee, don’t you agree? .
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In order to support the local people, we want to offer them another platform to share their stories with us.
The non-profit organization Red Ecolsierra (short for "Network of Organic Producers in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta") was founded 15 years ago and already has more than 350 members who have organic and fair trade certifications.
Among other things, the main goals are the regeneration of Colombian society after the devastating civil war that has raged in Colombia for decades and the regeneration of the biosphere of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. The biosphere reserve has been declared by UNESCO as one of the most protected regions in the world. Due to its mountains near the coast, the location offers perfect living conditions for a large number of plants and living beings, including coffee.
The Red Ecolsierra is largely responsible for innovation and improvement in the quality of coffee specialties in the region.
The Kabngetuny Cooperative Society was registered on June 27, 1985 by the Ministry of Cooperative Development. The cooperative is located in Kericho County in the Rift Valley at an altitude of 2000 m above sea level, surrounded by the Nandi Hills and the Mau Forest, the largest indigenous forest in East Africa.
The mission of the Kabngetuny Cooperative is to enable its members to produce high quality coffee that meetsinternational standards. Part of this cooperative is the “Women in Coffee” project, a project led by Marion Ng'ang'a. As a trained agronomist, she helps female coffee farmers to enable them to cultivate their own fields.
A Model of sustainable organic agriculture. Long a steward and follower of natural and organic lifestyle; Silvia decided that if she took on the farm it would have to become organic. The idea of continuing the traditional farming methods and continuing centennial old strict relationships between farm owners and farm hands also did not appeal to them. In 2001 this transformation began as Silvia inherited the farm and they changed the name to Fazenda Ambiental Fortaleza (FAF) meaning Environmental Fortress Farm.
Around the same time neighbors began expressing interest in the direct trade model and efforts towards improving quality and began partnering with FAF.
Today Fazenda Ambiental Fortaleza is a farm, a network of farmers, a center of coffee studies, and an export company that mills and ships coffee worldwide.