Our Featured Gourmet Organic Coffee
This wonderful Bolivian coffee 'Colonial Caranavi' is grown by a small group of native farmers known as colonials on land that is steep at elevations rising to 5800 feet. These typica and bourbon coffee beans cultivated in the tropics of Bolivia below a magnificent mahogany forest, come from 41 small farms averaging 3 acres each. The farmers work hard to constantly improve their organic farming cultivation practices and the quality of their coffees.
They have built raised bed patios for drying, which helps to ensure a move even roast later in the process. Most farmers have started their own nurseries, and provided coffee technicians to further organic agricultural training. Organic coffee offers you a cup free of pesticides, herbicides and other manufactured chemicals which is not only better for you, the coffee drinker, but for the farmers who would have been exposed as well. This coffee also carries the Fair Trade certification, which means the farmers are empowered to lift themselves out of poverty by investing in their farms and their communities.
Farmers are given the opportunity to develop their business skills and they learn how to better protect the environment. These efforts and the unusual micro-climate combine to offer a heavy bodied, spicy coffee that awakens the senses of the tongue while it invigorates the imagination. When you drink Bolivia Colonial Caranavi Fair Trade Organic, you are doing your taste buds and the world a favor.
The Neidhammer Select Natural Bolivia Gourmet Coffee Fair Trade is an organic coffee available in whole beans and three different grinds: Drip-Grind, French-Press or Espresso-Grind. Each coffee is freshly roasted just for your order and packed in a heat-sealed valve bag that will ensure the freshest coffee. read more...
Browse our selection of Organic Coffees. Anyone can sell organic coffee, but only Certified Organic Coffee Handlers and Processors can legally roast organic coffees in house. Our Coffee Supplier is a certified Organic Coffee Handler and Processor by the Georgia Crop Improvement Association Organic Certification Program (GCIAOCP) and they abide by the standards established by the National Organic Program. Why is this so important? If your source for organic coffee is not a legally certified handler, they are purchasing their beans pre-roasted and pre-packaged from another source, meaning they spent days maybe even weeks prepared before they were shipped out. We are dedicated to bringing you the freshest organic coffee available online. Our supplier buys the organic beans raw, roast and packages them, prior to shipping. As a matter of fact, the distance from where the raw beans are delivered, to where they are actually roasted, packaged is about 150 feet. Not from warehouse to warehouse via truck or snail mail.
We will be adding exciting new Gourmet Organic Coffees frequently, so come back soon!