Our conservation coffee combines delicious coffee with a local
purpose. This coffee is about protecting the 1000 Mountain
Gorilla’s left on the planet, of which half of them are found in
Uganda. In Bwindi National Forest, coffee farmers live and coexist with the Gorillas. The coffee sourced from this area has hints of roasted almonds and caramel.
This coffee donates 1$ per bag to the award-winning social
enterprise of Conservation through Public Health. In short, they
pay the farmers a premium price to help them protecting the
Gorilla’s and their fragile habitat.
Introducing a new member to our conservation coffee
range: Rhino conservation coffee. Kenya is home to
almost 1800 of the critically endangered rhino’s. The
region around Mount Kenya is where most of them are
habitat, and that is also where this coffee is sourced
from from small holder farms. At 1800 metres up on
the volcanic soil slopes fed by glacial waters, the region
is ideal for growing this impressive pure arabica coffee.
1$ per kilo coffee sold is donated to the Rhino
Sanctuary of Olchoro Oirouwa Conservancy in their
mission to protect the rhino’s and their habitat.