story of the bean: el tambo ASMUCAFE
these beans tell the story of seven women farmers & landowners in colombia
the beans for our dark roast cold drip hail from the municipality of tambo in cauca colombia. instead of just one farm, these beans come from a variety of smallholder farmers who make up the asociación de mujeres agropecuarias de uribe. this collective of women farmers and landowners have a mission to improve the quality of life in their communities by sharing resources and knowledge.
the farmers: while kavnia transforms this coffee during roasting and cold dripping, the real recognition goes to women producers who grow, pick and process these beans. this lot came from 7 smallholder farms in el ramal
- Ana Beiba Orozco Montenegro, from Finca El Arrayan
- Rosalba Velasco Bambague, from Finca La Palma
- Bialcy Calvache Valencia, from Finca Los Arrayanes
- Maria Carmenza Calpa Montenegro, from Finca Ajicito
- Deiba Sofia Tulande Morales, from Finca Los Naranjos
- Ana Rosa Montero Guerrero, from Finca Los Derrumbos
- Yorladis Pino Cruz, from Finca Agua Clara
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roaster: this coffee was roasted for kavnia by kavnia. our head of coffee, bella roasts this light roast in small batches on the south shore of massachusetts. using a zero-emissions roaster & controlling our own packaging has meant we can reduce the carbon foot-print of kavnia cold drip.
brewer: every single box of Kavnia's coffee is small batch brewed by the founder, olivia in the garfield park neighborhood of chicago, il, usa.