Roasters

We grow organic coffee in the natural way under multilevel diverse canopy. The high canopy includes hardwoods that provide a sustainable source of building materials. The medium canopy includes fruit trees that provide fruit. The coffee shrub is nurtured by the leaves that drop to the ground and are converted to nutrients by microorganisms . As in a forest, this environment must be perfectly balanced to function. At harvest the coffee is picked daily as each cherry reaches its full red ripe color. The cherries are milled removing the pulp from the bean. The beans are fermented, then rinsed and dried in the sun. These beans are then dry-hulled again and shipped green to Taylor Maid and others where they are roasted. We also propagate future coffee plants from these beans/seeds.

You can find our coffee at the following roasters:

TAYLORMAID FARMS, SEBASTOPOL CALIFORNIA, PRIMARY DISTRIBUTOR

As Finca Java is primarily a social endeavor It is important to us that our distributors share our passion to share in the responsibility of creating a better world. Our social projects include building schools, health facilities, providing clean water and promoting forestry and sustainable organic practices. We believe that a spiritual, well-educated and healthy work force is essential to long-term success.

nicaraguan coffee
As the carbon footprint of transportation and sales of our organic coffee is of primary concern to us we are proud to be partnered with Taylor Maid Farms. Taylor Maid is a long-term, socially-conscious organic coffee company who exemplify our ideals through using bio-fuel in their vehicles, promoting organic, environmentally friendly practices and supporting social causes as an integral part of their business platform.

Our coffee is roasted and packaged as single origin SHG organic estate grown. Our friends at Taylor Maid can offer you our coffee at wholesale or retail at their roasting facility storefront and café in Sebastopol and several other retail cafés in the bay area. Website: taylormaidfarms.com

 

CAFE AQUATICA, LOCATED IN JENNER, CALIFORNIA, IS A DIRECT TRADE REPRESENTATIVE OF FINCA EL PETEN

Nicaraguan Coffee

At Aquatica we solely roast Finca El Peten beans for every espresso and coffee drink in house. Micro-Roasting small batches to ensure perfect balanced bean temperament. We carefully roast everything just between first and second crack, which is essential in order to maintain natural fruit oils and core flavors.

Our drinks are all made to order and our coffees are hand poured by the cup to avoid over extraction and excess harmful acidity.  It doesn’t get any fresher or tastier. We make everything from scratch in house using strictly Organic and GMO-free ingredients.

Knowing exactly where our coffee is coming from and the care it is receiving means the world to us. Direct-trade organic beans from our friends at Finca El Peten means direct connection with the farm, the farmer, the cafe, and the people. And reconnecting the planet is the only thing that truly matters. Cheers!  Check us out at www.cafeaquatica.com

 

And on the east cost…

FARMERS TO 40, ATLANTA, GEORGIA 

Farmers to 40 is a not for profit social business that provides high quality coffee to consumers at an excellent price while returning 40% of the retail sale price to the coffee farmers in Nicaragua who grow our beans. We go beyond the goals of Fair Trade by offering Direct Trade coffee.The mission is simple. Farmers to 40 will support sustainable economic development within the coffee-growing communities of Nicaragua by enabling and encouraging farmers to grow beans of the highest quality and then adequately compensating them for their time, skill and effort. Beans are brought from the farm in Nicaragua to Atlanta where they are expertly roasted. The coffee comes from the most is excellent, the prices are fair and our impact commitments are completely transparent … 40% of the retail price of our coffee is paid to the farmer that grew the beans.  Finca Java is a proud partner of Farmers to 40 and we invite you to purchase our coffee online by visiting www.farmersto40.com

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