Finca Nueva Armenia
The quality of craftsmanship from Recinos family's Finca Nueva Armenia – in Guatemala's Huehuetenango district – is evident in every cup clean, clear notes of green apple, grape, and almond above a crisp acidity and juicy body.
Save Our Soil
Our soils are in crisis. Conventional, chemical-based farming is destroying soil health, leaving farms with increasingly barren earth.
Finca El Puente
This harvest of Finca El Puente from Marcala, Honduras, brings lighter purple-lavender and plum notes, black cherry, sugar cane sweetness and toasted nut in the finish.
Enjoy two 12 oz bags of our seasonal farmhouse blend delivered directly to you or a loved each month for three or six months.
A Virtual Tasting with the 21st de Septiembre Cooperative
Earlier this week, our Sustainability & Producer Relations Manager Kim Elena Bullock had the unusual opportunity to speak, via Skype video, to a group of budding coffee cuppers in Oaxaca City, Mexico. Gathered around a conference table at the offices of Sustainable Harvest—one of our importer partners—were representatives of the 21st de Septiembre cooperative, the Union of Oaxacan Organic Coffee Producers and Processors (UNOPCAFE) dry mill, and another Oaxacan cooperative named Un Sueño de Tantos. The farmers travelled to Oaxaca City from around the region to participate in a cupping training, and Kim Elena spoke with the group about what cupping means to us at Counter Culture.
Read the full account in our COFFEE ORIGINS section.