Source your Indonesian & PNG coffees
Working locally and sustainably
Creating lasting partnerships
All coffees in the region (well almost)
Yes, most of the coffees are certified.
More importantly: all the coffees are easily traceable
to their exact origin.
To give you an idea of where the coffee is being sourced.
A Women's Cooperative
In the beautiful Gayo Mountains of Northern Sumatra, many women own land and farm it themselves.
Kokowa Gayo Cooperative was set up by a group of female farmers so they could do things their way. They are now able to spend their certification premiums differently and experiment with special processing.
Kongo Coffee is an arabica coffee exporter located at 1,830 meters above sea level in Kundiawa village, in the Simbu province of PNG.
The company was founded in 1997 by Mr. Jerry, an old school teacher. It has increased prosperity in the surrounding villages, supporting farmers and their families.