We source and roast women cooperative coffee in support of a more nurturing world.
High grade arabica beans from women run smallholder family farms that support women equality, empowerment and leadership.
We roast in small batches to develop balanced savory flavors with accents of unique complexity.
Our coffees are medium roast, round in body, and low in acidity.
We are Lauren Korba, Cristina Deere and Enzo Emerson Korba-Deere of Korbadeere Coffee Roasters, established in 2015. We roast our coffee at the Niwot Market in Niwot, CO. We have a background in urban farming and holistic culinary arts. We enjoy sourcing beans from women owned small holder family farms. Through their sustainable agricultural practices their beans are nurtured to taste unique and delicious. The farms we source from are supported by or have created programs that offer equality and entrepreneurship opportunities for women. We share our connection to coffee with you through the story of our beans while developing flavors that best represent the nature of their origin through our roasting process.
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Rwanda ~ Women Cooperative ~ Nyampinga
Located in southern Rwanda, women’s coffee cooperative Nyampinga, translates to “beautiful women both inside and out”. These women have shown heartening dedication towards growing this high quality coffee with limited resources. They are committed to providing better livelihoods for themselves and their families by connecting to the international market.
Tasting Notes: dark cherry, black tea, vanilla
Medium Body/Mild Acidity/Medium Roast
Colombia ~ Women Cooperative ~ Mujer Risaralda
This coffee comes from 175 women farmers and are recognized for their exceptional quality coffee. Mujeres de
Risaralda represents an important shift in women's role incoffee in the region, which like so many parts of the
coffee-producing world has been male-dominated for manyyears. The women behind this lot are supported through
Cooperativa de Risaralda's women's program, which promotesgender equity in the cooperative through support of women's
entrepreneurship and leadership opportunities for women.
Tasting Notes: Creme Brûlée Crust, Caramel, Blackberry. Round Body/Mild Acidity/Medium Dark Roast
Guatemala ~ Women Cooperative ~ Acodihue
This selection of coffee is sown by women, many who are the sole caretakers of their land and children. To recognize the hard work of these women, ACODIHUE has obtained the certification Manos de Mujer (Women's Hands) through which the co-op acknowledges their contribution. Only 22% of Acodihue's annual production goes under the designation of Café con Manos de Mujer, representing a refined selection of the cooperative's coffee.
Tasting notes: Chocolate, Black Cherry, Hazelnut. Smooth Body/Mild Acidity/Medium Roast
Rwanda ~ Women Cooperative ~ Gashonga
104 women in this cooperative, Fair Trade Certified. Through their profits these women have invested in initiatives such as education for its members and agronomic inputs to strengthen their coffee plants. They have invested in cows and goats to make their own organic fertilizers. They have also been able to acquire health insurance to improve the safety and health of members. Through their hard work and perseverance the women of Gashonga have been recognized on the international stage for the quality of their coffee. They placed 7th in the Rwanda Cup of Excellence which is held in high regard.
Tasting notes: Maple Syrup, Plum, Nutmeg. Full Body/Mild Acidity/Medium Roast
Honduras ~ Women Cooperative ~ COMUCAP
COMUCAP is a Cooperative established in 1993 by women for women seeking economic independence to support their families. The founders began a radio show to voice opportunity for impoverished women who didn’t own land, many being victims of domestic violence. These women realized the root of the problem was economic insecurity and began to look for ways to earn their own money. Banding together the women of COMUCAP were able to purchase one hectare of land and planted coffee. They now successfully own and farm over 37 hectares.
Thanks to COMUCAP many women have been able to rise above poverty, purchase their own land and create economic stability and freedom for themselves, while breaking the cycle of abuse and inequality.
Tasting notes: Graham Cracker, Cinnamon, Milk Chocolate. Smooth Body/Mild Acidity/Medium Roast
LOCATIONS OF AVAILABILITY
NIWOT, CO - Bag Variety Available
HYGIENE, CO - Bag Variety and Coffee Service Available
LONGMONT, CO - Bag Variety Available
BOULDER, CO - CSA Share Add-On
BOULDER, CO - Bag Variety Available
BOULDER, CO - Bag Variety Available
Saturday 10-2 ~ 3614 61st St., Boulder, CO, 80301
BOULDER, CO - Bag Variety and Coffee Service
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