Our coffees come from responsible sourcing which insists on a direct relationship between
the coffee farmers and you.
Working in this way makes it possible to establish long-term relationships and to build a respective confidence
between the coffee farmer and the roaster.
It is therefore the best way to guarantee you an excellent quality of coffee, at an affordable price,
while valuing the essential work of producers on their farms.
We now work in direct with 12 farms (100% of our range of coffees).
Sourcing seen by Javry
The 4 fundamentals
Our producers own their land and most of the time live on site.
This increases their desire to respect their culture and make the most of it.
A fair price
We wish to value the work and know-how of the coffee farmers, while offering an affordable price to our customers.
Our coffees are therefore bought at a price that allows coffee growers to live from their activity.
An affordable quality
By keeping the supply chain to a minimum the quality/price ratio for the customer is ideal,
while at the same time valuing the work of the coffee farmers.
We visit partner coffee farmers at least once every two years. As a result you know
where your coffee comes from, how it was produced and what is its history.
From the plantation to your cup
Our supply chain
Coffee farmers are at the root of everything, they cultivate their land and harvest the coffee.
We visit them at least once every 2 years.
Producers come together as a cooperative to finance and share
expensive infrastructures to process coffee cherries.
We import the coffee via our partner sourcer Belco.
It works in direct and guarantees producers a fixed purchase price of 75%
above the stock market price.
We roast our coffee by hand in Belgium every week.
Each roasting is unique in order to extract the best aromas from each coffee.
You consume a quality product while contributing to a fairer society!
The philosophy of this farm is that each worker becomes 50% owner of what he plants.
Brezil, farm Fazenda Ambiental Fortaleza - October 2014
This cooperative brings more than 650 coffee growers in the province of Jaén.
Peru, COOPAGRO cooperative - August 2018
La Cuna Chorti, Guatémala
This Belgian and Guatemalan project was launched by Dimitri to improve the life quality of the coffee farmers' communities.