BIO & Specialtycoffee Supremo 250G
Brazil: Cooperative dos produtores de cafe especial de Boa Esperanca
Peru: Cooperativa Agroindustrial Cafetalera Santa Ana
Colombia: Asoarhuaco, peuple indigène Arhuaco
A blend imagined by 3 identified cooperatives and 100% Organic Fairtrade.
Get ready for a unique coffee experience with our SUPREMO coffee from the Orgaanik range. This coffee, with softer and more subtle notes, is the result of a light roast that highlights the complexity of Arabica beans from Brazil, Colombia and Peru.
SUPREMO coffee, ideal for espresso and filter coffee, adapts generously to milk drinks, offering an incomparable softness in macchiatos, cappuccinos or Caffè Latte.
As with all the coffees in our Orgaanik range, SUPREMO coffee comes from small cooperatives that support thousands of farming families. Every cup of SUPREMO coffee you enjoy helps improve the lives of these producers.
Taste the sweetness of SUPREMO coffee and contribute to the development of communities of passionate producers.
Brazil, Cooperative dos produtores de cafe especial de Boa Esperanca
Located at Rua Butemberg Moreira Leite 45, Centro, 37170-000, in Boa Esperanca, the Brazilian producers' cooperative cultivates in the heart of southern Minas Gerais: a region known worldwide for producing one of the best coffees in the southern hemisphere. . Coffee was born there in 1814, and since then, producers have been growing sustainable coffee on site.
Coffee producers in Boa Esperanca are committed to preserving and enhancing the environment of the coffee tree, by conserving the soil, preserving sources and resources, reducing the use of pesticides while engaging in the Fairtrade movement.
The cooperative of producers in Boa Esperanca is made up of 198 producers, whose main mission is based on the work of sustainable development in the territories served, while improving their own living conditions.
Peru, Cooperativa Agroindustrial Cafetalera Santa Ana
The agroindustrial cooperative in Santa Ana is located at Lote N°12 Manzana Unica, Asociacion de Vivenda San Jacinto, Perene in Peru. In the heart of the town of Perene in the province of Chanchamayo, hundreds of producers are betting on 100% sustainable and fairtrade coffee production. A cooperative newly born in 2018, it allows village producers to benefit from decent incomes all year round.
In return, they undertake to promote sustainable development and the total reduction of pesticides in their culture.
To preserve the environment
Growing Fairtrade coffee
Promote full traceability of the coffee bean
Preservation of biodiversity, springs and resources.
The Association of Indigenous Producers of Asoarhuaco
The Association of Indigenous Producers of Asoarhuaco is an organization of indigenous producers who stand out for cultivating their farms in a traditional way, with particular care for the environment, maintaining balance and harmony with Mother Earth .
Its communities extend throughout the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, in the municipality of Santa Marta, the Don Diego river basin, where cocoa growers are located, and between the Aracataca and Fundación river basins, which are home to 17 communities, thus the organization extends from Kantinurwa to Kutunsama.
They are populated by about 1,000 inhabitants, whose houses are built of wood and thatch, where most of them work in self-consumption agriculture and cultivate coffee and cocoa as an economic means of subsistence.
The objectives and purposes for which the association has been integrated in these communities relate to aspects such as access to and use of productive assets, mainly land, water and biodiversity; enhancement and improvement of traditional production systems; optimizing the diversity of the ecological offer; respect, rescue and improvement of ancestral agroecological practices; the preservation of the identity of peoples; the construction of new programs of productive diversification and conservation of ecological diversity, prohibiting the use of products that negatively affect the environment, seeking to strengthen the spiritual authorities as the central axis of the struggle and the claim of rights collectives of the Arhuaco people.
|Roasting||Blond - Expresso and filter|
|Origin||Brazil Colombia Peru|
|Roasted for||Expresso and filter|
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