Decaf Las MilpasSourced in cooperation with the Chiapas Mountains Cooperative, a group of small, organic, indigenous farmers in southern Mexico. Decaf Las Milpas boasts rich chocolate notes, almond, and a unifying sweet, perfect coffee flavor. All-natural, organic decaffeination.
Finca Santa Elena Pacamara MicrolotDon Fernando Lima separated his Pacamara variety coffees for us, giving us a glimpse of the spicy, savory, fruity character of this quintessentially Salvadoran variety.
Union el TriunfoThis represents our exciting first foray into partnering with the cooperative Union el Triunfo in Chiapas, Mexico, and we are excited to share their coffee with you. The cup is very balanced with notes of bittersweet cocoa and maple syrup.
Save Our Soil
Our soils are in crisis. Conventional, chemical-based farming is destroying soil health, leaving farms with increasingly barren earth.
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.
Enjoy two 12 oz bags of our seasonal farmhouse blend delivered directly to you or a loved each month for three or six months.
Back from the Road: Saludos, Guatemaltecos
Upon recently returning from Central America, Counter Culture Coffee's Sustainability & Producer Relations Manager Kim Elena Bullock offers us a detailed report about her visit with the Recinos family of Finca Nueva Armenia in Huehuetenango, Guatemala. A crucial part of our direct communication with coffee farmers, such personal visits build trust and lay the groundwork for long-term, mutually supportive relationships with our producer partners at origin. During this most recent trip to Guatemala, Kim met up with Javier and Jorge Recinos in Guatemala City, where they cupped coffee together, discussed quality development projects for the upcoming year, and visited the mill where Finca Nueva Armenia's coffee is processed for export.
For a full account of Kim Elena's visit with the Recinos family in Guatemala, please see our Origins section.