BIO & Specialtycoffee Aroma 250G
Brazil: Cooperative dos produtores de cafe especial de Boa Esperanca
Peru: Cooperativa Agroindustrial Cafetalera Santa Ana
Honduras: Cooperative Cafetalera Capucas
A blend imagined by 3 identified cooperatives and 100% Organic Fairtrade.
Discover the authentic coffee experience with our new AROMA coffee from the Orgaanik range. This coffee is a fusion of flavors from our partner cooperatives in Brazil, Honduras and Peru, who are committed to providing the highest quality 100% Arabica coffee. AROMA coffee is the result of extensive roasting that reveals a richness of aromas, evoking complex notes of chocolate, spices, caramel and orange. Ideal for espresso and filter coffee, this coffee promises an explosion of flavors with every sip. Our Orgaanik range is designed to support coffee cooperatives that bring together thousands of small producers. Every cup of AROMA coffee you taste helps ensure decent incomes for these producers and support their efforts to process their coffee at a lower cost. Savor the exquisite AROMA coffee and make a difference in the lives of coffee farmers.
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.
Honduras, Cooperative Cafetalera Capucas
In Honduras, the cooperative focuses above all on quality, respect for the environment and the consistency of coffee for all tastes. Founded in 1999 by Omas Rodriguez Interiano and his producer friends from the village, the main objective of the cooperative was to share everyone's knowledge of coffee growing. Today, it is made up of nearly 1,000 diverse producers, all committed to a better future for coffee.
In addition to being Fairtrade certified, the producers have achieved their goal of also being certified organic. The Cafetalera Capucas cooperativa does not stop only at grain: it has achieved many social challenges such as:
- Construction of a soccer field
- Online university courses
- Tasting laboratory for producers
|Aromas||Chocolate, spices, caramel, orange|
|Roasting||Dark Roast Deep roasting - Expresso|
|Origin||Brazil Honduras Peru|
|Roasted for||Expresso and filter|
|Cooperative||Asscostas, Expocafe, Pérou|
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