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  • Colombia
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    • Colombia

    • From $17.50 Inc. GST
    • Sweet vanilla and toffee notes.  Sweet and soft on the palate. Fair trade certified and produced by an association of indigenous producers in northern Colombia. Fair Trade. Organic. Packaging FAQ: How does the swappa jar system work?  What if I just want my coffee in a bag?
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  • Guatemala
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    • Guatemala

    • From $17.50 Inc. GST
    • One for Dr. Ropata. Grown by K'anjobal Maya farmers in the Eastern Huehuetenango region. Roasted a bit darker but still sweet.  Fruity, herby aroma. Vanilla and stonefruit notes. Fair Trade. Organic. Packaging FAQ: How does the swappa jar system work?  What if I just want my coffee in a bag?
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  • Papua New Guinea
    • Papua New Guinea
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    • Papua New Guinea

    • From $17.50 Inc. GST
    • Support our Pacific Sisters and Brothers.  Fair Trade coffee from the Highlands Organic Agricultural Cooperative. Full bodied medium roasted coffee with pronounced toffee and caramel aroma.  Flavour of burnt caramel, roasted nuts and chocolate bar.  Low acidity. Great mellow single origin coffee.  Find out more about the people who grow it here. Fair Trade. Organic. Packaging FAQ: How does the…
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  • Peru
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    • Peru

    • From $17.50 Inc. GST
    •  This coffee is produced by the Jaramillo family and grown in the Cajamarca region in the San Ignacio district at 1500 m.a.s.l. This region is characterized by its microclimate that is perfect for growing coffee high high sweetness.   50 years ago, the Jaramillo family started a dream of cultivating different varieties such as Caturra, Catimor, and Bourbon. Their farming and…
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  • Timor Leste
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    • Timor Leste

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    • Support the newly independent East Timor.  Coffee from Cooperativa Cafe Timor in the Maubisse region.  This cooperative was registered as Fair Trade but lost this accreditation when it got difficult for certifiers to get out there during COVID-19.  We don't think this is a good reason to stop supporting them.  Hopefully they will be recertified for next year.  In the…
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