Santa Inácia is a farm with a total of 596.47 hectares and is located in the south of Minas Gerais. The farm produces approximately 5000-6000 bags of coffee per year, with at least 60% specialty coffees. It is certified by UTZ and Certifica Minas, and there is a project for the acquisition of Rain Forest and Fair Trade certification. 

This Absolutely beautiful Brazilian coffee bean is a natural process beauty and it will give you an amazing cup of classic coffee! Here’s the catch: it tastes deep but without the burnt flavor of dark roasted coffee.

Farm: Fazenda Santa Inacia
930 to 1,428 meters
Q Grader Score: 85.5
Cupping Notes: Nutty, Cocoa, Almond, Chocolate.
Processing: Natural
Mundo Novo


Yirgacheffe is arguably the most well-known coffee-producing region, and rightfully so. Its coffees are full of sweetness, balance, and depth, and this lot is no exception! These specialty beans are sourced from the Adado Co-op, a group of family-owned farms within the Gedeo Zone of southwestern Ethiopia. Adado Co-op is a part of the Yirgacheffe Coffee Farmers Co-op Union (YCFCU), an organization established in 2002 to provide support for sustainable coffee practices in the Gedeo ethnic region of Ethiopia. As of now, YCFCU is made up of twenty-six co-ops throughout the area.

These Ethiopian Heirloom beans are harvested between October and December at 2000 meters, naturally processed and then dried on raised beds.

This coffee is sourced from family-owned farms organized around the Adado Cooperative located within the coffee region of Yirgacheffe in the Gedeo Zone in Ethiopia. The Adado Cooperative currently has 1,128 members. In 2002, the cooperative joined the Yirgacheffe Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union (YCFCU), an umbrella organization established in 2002 to support a sustainable coffee supply from cooperatives in the Gedeo ethnic region of Ethiopia. There are twenty-six other cooperatives affiliated with the YCFCU totaling more than 45,000 members.

Farm: Yirgacheffe Adado – Cooperative
1789–2160 meters.
Q Grader Score: 86.5
Cupping Notes: Almond, Dried Berry and Cane Sugar, Round Body.
Processing: Natural


A small town called Herrera, located in the department of Tolima, is home to 58 members of the Association of Specialty Coffee Growers of Alto Saldana. The average farm size is only 4.5 hectares. They consistently achieve high cup scores and recognitions for their coffees. 

Colombia’s, and in particular Tolima’s, closeness to the equator and the diversification of microclimates creates an almost continual harvest throughout the year, guaranteeing fresh flavors and character every time. This is one of the reasons Colombian coffee is readily available all year round.

Farm: Tolima
1880 – 2000 meters.
Q Grader Score: 87.5+
Cupping Notes: Fruity, Orange, Plum, Round body.
Processing: Washed
Castillo, Caturra