This set offers three distinct coffees from Latin America and as the name suggests, all are from farms and communities where women lead and produce the coffee.
We are so proud of these coffees not just for the quality but because of the work each of these women does to uplift their own communities and pushes our industry forward.
Sitio San Antonio (Brazil)
Neide Peixoto is leading the charge on quality improvements, and they’ve competed in and won several local quality contests. Their farming practices and Sítio Santo Antônio’s altitude, climate, and soil have contributed to the big sweetness and full body of this coffee. Sweet fruit notes peek out from behind rich chocolate and caramel flavors, adding a complexity that lets us roast this coffee a little lighter than the more traditional Brazilian coffees we’ve featured before.
Tierra de Mi Padre (Women of La Yerba from Nayarit, Mexico)
Tierra de mi Padre is produced by women farmers in co-owner Areli Barrera de Grodski’s hometown of Nayarit, Mexico. We’ve purchased coffee from these producers many times; this year’s lot, another increase in quality, features a syrupy body and a sweet, fruit-forward cup with notes of cherry liqueur, cardamom, and dark chocolate.
Ana Milena Claros (Colombia)
Ana Milena Claros, owner of Finca Buena Vista in the Huila Department of Colombia, has been featured on our menu before; her Caturra variety lots feature sparkling fruit flavors with jammy qualities. Blackberry, rum raisin, milk chocolate, and brown sugar play well together and make a cup that’s inviting yet complex.
*If you order more than one box set going to the same place, please let us know in the notes if you would like each set to be packaged individually or if we can package them in bulk.