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Organic & Fair Trade

Why is it important?

Fair Trade ensures that family farmers receive a fair price for their top-quality products. This allows millions of people around theworld to stay ontheir land, put food on the table, and keep kids in school. Fair Trade farmers are alsocareful stewards of the environment. With Fair Trade Certified you know that what you're buying is naturallydelicious and was grown with respect for the earth. Your taste buds - and the farmers - will thank you. Look for the Fair Trade Certified label.

Organic Coffee has "field to fork" traceability. This means the roaster can track from the specific lot of green coffee tothe finished product sold to the consumer the organic integrity of the product. All The Perks' roasting facility isinspected at least once annually by the Organic Crop Improvement Association (OCIA), to ensure our coffees are roasted, packages, and labeled in compliance with organic standards. Our organic coffees meet USDA organic standards as outlined by the National Organic Program (NOP).

Single-Origin is a descriptive term referring to a coffee variety with a single known geographical origin. Sometimes this is a single farm, or a specific collection of beans from a single country . The name of the coffee is then usually the place it was grown (i.e. Ethiopian Harrar would be coffee beans from the Harrar region of Ethiopia). Single-origins are viewed by some as a way to get a specific taste as they will possess a balance (mix of acidity, body, flavor and aroma) unique to that region.

All The Perks roasted coffees are Kosher Certified.  Kosher is not a style of cooking, nor does it imply that food is blessed in some way by a Rabbi. The Hebrew word Kosher means fit, correct or proper. The term Kosher has become synonymous with purity, quality and high standards of preparation. . Kosher certification involves examining the ingredients used to make the food, examining the process by which the food is prepared, and periodically inspecting the processing facilities to make sure that kosher standards are maintained. Our safety, quality and cleanliness standards are second to none. All the Perks is proud to offer a superior product made within the strictest of standards.

All The Perks Espresso Cafe's offers a unique variety of Single-Origin, Organic and Fair Trade coffees to please every environmentally conscious coffee lover.
Some of our best sellers are:
Peru HB
Flavor Profile:
Aroma: nutty, smoky
Flavor:caramel and cocoa undertones
Body:very silky and an olive oil touch feeling on the tongue
Notes: earthy carbon spice lingers on the tongue.

(Peruvian) Organic & Fair Trade
This shade grown coffee comes exclusively from the Chanchamayo Estate, which is located in the upper Amazon Rainforest at the foothills of the Andes Mountains. This Peruvian coffee is a great after dinner coffee, which comes into its full balance at darker roasts. A nutty aroma with a lightly smoky flavor, low acidity with personalized with a carbon spice, caramel and cocoa undertones.
Guatemalan SHB “LaVoz”
Flavor Profile:
Aroma: aromatic light herbal green tea fragrance
Acidity: soft sweet acidity
Flavor:Spicy & Fruity
Body: medium body
Notes: a very well balanced clean coffee with sweetness, and a pleasant aftertaste.
(Central America) Organic & Fair Trade
The men and women of San Juan de La Laguna’s Tzutuhil indigenous community in the western highlands of Guatemala formed La Voz, a coffee cooperative dedicated to improving the community as a whole. La Voz que Clama en el Desierto (The Voice that Cries Out in the Desert) is a collectively managed organization of 116 coffee producers representing approximately 600 family members. Certified organic since 1992, La Voz’s arabica trees are cultivated under a rich shade tree canopy that provides home to a number of migratory bird species. The coffee is grown in the region’s fertile volcanic soils, and the region is known to produce some of the best and most distinctively flavored coffees in the world.

Costa Rica (SHB)
Lomas Al Rio
Flavor Profile:
Aroma:floral aroma with citrus notes
Acidity:snappy and crisp
Flavor:delicate, apricot, lemon
Body: medium body and delicate flavor
Notes: excellent all-around cup of coffee - very clean and balanced cup with a dry finish.

(Central America) Organic & Fair Trade
Located in the Central Valley Region, Lomas al Río is a coffee mill that processes only the highest quality coffee. Recipient of numerous international awards, Lomas al Río is recognized as having one of the best export qualities ever achieved. Lomas al Rio directly sources their coffees from micro mills, estates and cooperatives assuring both the quality of origin and remarkable consistency of products.
The Costa Rican Ministry of Agriculture named the Cafetalera Lomas al Río as the first organic coffee processing plant in the nation. Lomas al Río S.A. has complied with Eco-Lógica`s– the local certification agency for organic production of coffee– demanding standards in order to become certified for the processing of organic-coffee. Every year they inspect the mill to confirm and test the quality of each process performed at the mill is executed, from water circulation to waste treatment. Innovative technologies applied in the drying process and worm composting show their commitment to constantly improving the quality of the coffees produced here. Part of caring for their product is caring for the community that produces it, so they have done significant outreach into the community surrounding Lomas al Río.

Sumatran Mandheling
Flavor Profile:
Acidity:unbalanced, tarry characteristic
Flavor:dark chocolate with complex spiciness and earthy herbal notes
Body:full, syrupy with virtually no acidity
Notes:Big, complex flavors. Because of the virtual lack of acidity, the coffee intensity lingers in the mouth.
(Indonesia)Organic & Fair Trade
Mandheling is an older Dutch spelling of Mandailing. Mandailing is technically an ethnic group in Indonesia, not a region, as is Batak. The coffee is called Mandheling from tradition, based on a perhaps mythical encounter between occupying Japanese soldiers and Mandailing coffee shop owners. When asking what the excellent coffee they were being served was, the owner misunderstood and thought they were asking what HE was. His reply was, of course "Mandailing". Later a former Japanese soldier contacted a businessperson in Sumatra after the war, and asked if the excellent coffee "Mandheling" was commercially available. The broker was the famed Pwani, and they shipped 15 tons of coffee to Japan that year.


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