We source our green coffee through importers who work directly with the farmers, to develop lasting relationships with the people growing the beans, and create positive development at origin. This allows us to deliver coffee that is both ethically sourced, and of the highest quality.

We prioritise:

🤝   Long-lasting relationships with farmers & co-operatives

📈   Sustainable growth at all stages of the supply chain

🌱   Ethical trading

💰   Pricing averaging three times that of Fairtrade




An example of the work our importers do to promote positive change can be found in the Women Coffee Producers program, which we buy from whenever available. The program seeks to address inequality in coffee growing regions by creating equity, visibility and access to a wider market for women.

We promote awareness of heritage coffee varietals, most recently the Yemenia Mother Population. Forging new frontiers of price transparency, our customers have the opportunity to try exciting new coffees while we donate our profits to the UNICEF Yemen Appeal.


We deliver coffee that is ethically sourced and of the highest quality. We prioritise lasting relationships with farmers and positive development at origin. 

We source and buy directly from farmers when possible.
Sourcing Coffee


2018 saw our first origin trip to Huabal, Peru. We saw coffee production at the farm level and how importers are changing their payment structures.

In 2019, Nathan travelled to Coorg, India. We visited farms that we had previously bought from and explored new ways we could work together.


If you would like to know more about how we source and roast our beans, and/or you're interesting in working together, please head over to our Become a Partner page to drop us an email.