- Home Roasting
Welcome, home roasters! We offer only one kind of green coffee beans here: delicious ones!
What makes every coffee we carry unique? We choose the best of the best - the top farm in the best growing region of each locale or country. We never settle for good coffee, it has to be great. It has to knock our socks off.
And you can feel great about buying these coffees. Every bean is purchased at 100% Direct Trade, at the farmer's own set price. The farmers can net 5x or more profit from selling direct to companies like ours rather than selling to their own local coops, which often do not provide even a subsistence price. Fair Trade only provides a small margin over the current commodities pricing, which usually is not enough to make a difference in the farmer's well-being. 100% Direct Trade is the way to go to make every coffee purchase do a world of good!
You can browse our single-origin beans, which come from one individual farm or producer, or our pre-mixed blends, which are our own unique blends combining multiple beans for a result greater than the sum of its parts.
Below is a full list of all the items in all the sub-categories. This is useful if you want to browse everything, but you might find it easier to select one of the sub-categories above.
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How Shipping Discounts Work:
If the items in your cart total $50 or above when you check out, you will receive a discount. Shipping Discounts are calculated during the last step of checkout. Until then, shipping will be displayed at the regular price. But don't worry, you will see the discount before you pay.
Where Shipping Discounts Are Displayed:
On the last step of checkout, after you have entered your shipping address but before you make a payment, you will see the discount displayed in your Order Summary. An example screenshot is shown below.
The Araku Valley of India
India's coffee tradition goes back 400 years or more, when a variety called Kent was first established in the Southern Hills. Arabicas predominated until the blight of 1870, when growers needed to hybridize to resistant varieties. The resultant strains had genes from Liberica and other unique, resistant species. Learn more and browse India's Araku Valley coffees here.