Choice coffee, spicy and complex in its flavors – its production alone is an art unto itself. Producing it in a way that benefits all participants, is another work of art altogether.

Yet this is precisely our claim. What good is an opulent espresso to anyone if forests are destroyed and the soil is contaminated with aggressive chemicals just to produce it? And does the finest single origin Arabica taste good to you if the coffee farmers can’t even send their children to school with the money they make from it?

Not to us. That’s why we work together with Fair trade and pay the prices set by the organization. That’s why all of our coffees are organic, grown in small cultivations under shade trees. Which in turn is a reason why it tastes so outrageously delicious. And the others?

We would be happy to tell you about that as well – all you need to do is simply scroll down

How quixotic persistence an idealism are. And how delicious!
It's not only about help.

Organic or Demeter coffee does not grow by itself. The owners of the plantations, which are usually very small – these are often only “coffee gardens” with 10-30 coffee trees – need support with a lot of aspects:

botanically, geologically, structurally, etc. Our development aid always incorporates the existing structures, such as universities, non-governmental organizations, etc. and is focused on long-term collaboration. This means guaranteed acceptance at the guaranteed, stipulated fair trade prices. Or acquiring the necessary machinery. Or spontaneous financial aid, for example, for building schools in Papua New Guinea. Or the pre-financing of the Demeter coffee harvest in Peru, the pre-financing of the construction of a new coffee processing plant with drying facilities on the La Chacra D’Dago farm in Peru, with the aim of winning more farmers for the concept of biological-dynamic coffee growing and ensuring that we have more Demeter coffee at our disposal.