We take a quality-focused approach to coffee growing. This includes working in remote coffee farms and talking with growers give us a greater understanding of the unique local conditions and microclimates, the challenges of year to year changes in rainfall, season, and weather, and how these can influence the coffee bean flavor and production.
Coffee Heritage Project supports naturally grown and naturally processed, handpicked and hand-sorted practices in coffee.
Coffee Heritage Project is committed to letting consumers know more about our project communities’ coffee beans and how they are grown. In this way, consumers appreciate the value of the coffees and the people growing it.
Coffee Heritage Project grew out from our passion for coffee and a desire to highlight the great work of coffee farmers producing their heritage coffees.