Farm to Cup
We think a good cup of coffee is a lot like a good wine. If proper care is taken from the growing of a coffee bean to the drinking of a good pour over or espresso, you will be able to taste the difference.
Some of the world's best coffee comes from some of the world's most impoverished nations. Many coffee farmers spend their whole lives working alongside their families for mere pennies on the dollar. Glen Edith seeks out direct trade (farmer to roaster) relationships that ensures the farmer gets more money. In turn, when the farmer receives more money they are able to live better as well as produce a higher quality product. On average there are 15 steps in the coffee process before you drink a hot cup. There are growers, co-ops, shipping companies, commodity traders, storage companies, labeling, roasting, etc. . .
We have business relationships with some of the best coffee growers in the world. We have taken the time to learn about each step in our process to ensure a socially responsible and delicious cup of coffee. Our favorite part of this whole process is the human aspect. We're excited about coffee and we love when we're able to pass this excitement on to our customers. Some of the best conversations in the world happen over a cup of coffee, come enjoy one with us.