OUR MISSION IS TO RESPECT THE PEOPLE WHO PRODUCE YOUR COFFEE FROM Farm TO YOUR CUP.

Sorting specialty coffee is by hand to eliminate over- and under-ripe beans called "stinker" that, well, have an unpleasant effect in the cup.

Sorting specialty coffee is by hand to eliminate over- and under-ripe beans called "stinker" that, well, have an unpleasant effect in the cup.

On the slopes of Uganda's Rwenzori Mountains, 1,200 members of the Bakonzu tribe have formed Bukonzo Organics (BOCU). They are among the first farmers in Uganda to produce Fair-Trade and Organic Certified coffees.

We feature a coffee from one of BOCU's 12 mills as UGANDA NAYABIRONGO and the price we paid stemmed from a premium at the farm gate over the common Fair Trade benchmark

Like others in specialty coffee, we've found that focusing on quality

provides better assurance of social, economic and environmental equity at the farm level