Please note! We will be migrating our accounting system March 28th - April 3rd. During this transition, order shipment will be delayed. Please plan accordingly.

$0.00 QTY. 0

Customer Service: 774-776-7366

Welcome!

Quick Order Form

Close

Quick Order Form

To Order: Enter an item's SKU in a field below
Enter a quantity, and click the Add to Cart button
For a full list of SKUs, click here

  • SKU
    Qty

Close

Organic Bird of Paradise - 5lb

SKU# 10040

Full City Roast
USDA Organic Kosher
Organic Bird of Paradise showcases coffees grown by farmers in the buffer zones of three amazing protected biosphere reserves. These remote, lush tropical forests are abuzz with wildlife and they house important natural resources. Whole Bean only.

Availability: In stock

$57.00
Organic Bird of Paradise - 5lb
Details
Choose "Case5" to order a case of two 5lb bags.

This year-round coffee is a blend of beans that will draw from fresh harvests to create a consistent flavor profile throughout the year. The blend features beans from our farmer partners who are the stewards of the lands buffering important protected biosphere reserves. These are some of the few remaining wondrous and wild spaces on the planet.

The three biosphere reserves:
  • El Triunfo Biosphere Reserve (Mexico)
  • El Imposible National Park (El Salvador)
  • Bahuaja-Sonene National Park (Peru)
Flavor Description: Balanced and creamy with notes of orange and chocolate

SKU 10040

Kosher Pareve certified by the Orthodox Union.
Story
Coffee is an important part of how communities buffering the biosphere parks preserve the protected ecosystems. In these zones, farmers are simultaneously working to grow delicious coffee, build vibrant communities, and work in harmony with the land instead of only taking from the land. In some of these buffer zones, commercial activities are restricted, but organic, thoughtful farming is welcomed. The coffee farmers in these communities incorporate practices to protect watersheds, prevent erosion and rebuild the health of the very soil itself

Be transported! Watch a 3-minute video at source in the buffer zone of the biosphere in Peru: equalexchange.coop/PeruVideo.