Origin: Central America South America Africa
Our Happy Earth blend is out-of-this-world delicious and one of our best sellers! This versatile blend features specialty grade beans from all over the world including Africa, Central, and South America with a touch of organic Robusta to give it a full flavor and great creme in your espresso. Perfect for your espresso machine, as a pour-over or in your automatic coffee pot and roasted dark to bring out the full flavors but not so oily that it sticks to the inside of your grinder.
Our amazing coffee is sourced and roasted by Temecula Coffee Roasters based out of Temecula, California. Temecula Coffee Roasters is a women & family owned company that excels in the art of roasting and understands the importance of sourcing coffee beans from the most respected farms from all around the world that adhere to the highest level of fair trade standards. Every order is freshly roasted in small batches to ensure you receive your mind-blowing coffee at peak freshness!
About Sidewalk Opera
Sidewalk Opera is a Durham, NC based nonprofit that believes music has a unique and invaluable power to touch lives. Because of this, they hope to increase the accessibility of music by bringing it directly to doorsteps and sidewalks in local communities. No concert tickets. No fees. Just music. That's their mission.
For the month of October, all proceeds will go towards providing music lessons and instruments for low-income families via the Sidewalk Opera Fund.
Our Green Initiative
Its incredibly important for us to be mindful of our carbon footprint so we've partnered with Cloverly to offset our carbon emissions from shipping. Cloverly estimates the amount of carbon emission based on where the shipment is sent from to where it arrives and we donate the estimated cost to offset our footprint.
These contributions meet accepted standards for being real, measurable, verifiable, permanent, and additional. "Additional" means that the carbon savings would not have happened without the offset project and that the project would not have happened unless it got certified to sell carbon offsets.