This set offers four distinct coffees from Latin America and as the name suggests, all are from farms and communities where women lead and produce the coffee. This is a fun iteration because we get to explore two countries expressing different flavor possibilities.
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.
Mayan Harvest Bella Vista Women's Group (Chiapas, México)
Rosalba Cifuentes Tovia’s family has been growing coffee in Bella Vista for over a century, and Rosalba has dedicated herself to helping producers in the area. Rosalba’s story is powerful, and the work she does with Bella Vista is equally powerful. She was raised in the Bella Vista community and has dedicated herself to helping small-scale producers in the area. She also works with female producers in the area to promote their coffees, improve quality, and move past the gender inequity in the region. This coffee is incredible with notes of apple cider, milk chocolate, and toffee, it's a cup you want to sip all day long. Brew with a 1:17 ratio
Tierra de Mi Padre (Women of La Yerba from Nayarit, México)
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, raspberry, macadamia, and dark chocolate. Brew ratio 1:16
Anny Ruth - Loma La Gloria (El Boquerón, El Salvador)
When we first tasted the coffees from Anny Ruth Pimental’s farm in El Salvador - known for their beautiful honey and natural processed coffees - we knew it’d be a long-term relationship. Loma La Gloria was purchased in the 1990s by Anny’s father Roberto, a civil engineer and a natural businessman. Anny took over the mill in 2012 and eventually built Loma La Gloria into a farm with a reputation for quality across the world. This box set features her naturally processed Yellow Bourbon variety with a sweet-tart acidity that reminded us almost immediately of tamarind and a well-rounded body! 1:16 brew ratio
Maritza Boza - Finca San José (El Boquerón, El Salvador)
It's such an honor to support the Boza family! They have been producing coffee in the same region as Anny and are leaders in advocating for fair prices for coffee. They have been putting sustainability and taking care of mother earth at the forefront while producing jammy, delicious specialty coffees. Maritza's naturally processed Red Bourbon gives us notes of dried purple fruits and a juicy body.
*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.