The highly anticipated new crop of CAFFE VITA FARM DIRECT FINCA NUEVO VINAS has just landed here in Seattle. This coffee has been shipped to us directly from our friends in Guatemala, an extremely dedicated 4th generation coffee farm nestled within the lush rainforest/ volcanic region of Santa Rosa, Guatemala.

An exemplary farm of environmental stewardship and sustainability that clearly shows through from seed to cup. In continuing support of CAFFE VITA FARM DIRECT, our friends at FINCA NUEVO VINAS invited us to visit the farm this past January and allowed us the incredible opportunity of experiencing the entire life cycle of this coffee as well as meet the people who work tirelessly throughout the year to bring this exceptional coffee, exclusively to CAFFE VITA here in Seattle. Truly an experience of a lifetime!

This is a 100% certified organic coffee from the first Rainforest Alliance certified coffee farm in Guatemala. A delicious cup of coffee with enticing aromas of citrus, honey and caramel- balanced with a light medium body, moderate acidity and sweet citrus/honey and floral notes from first sip and lingering throughout the finish.

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Caffé Vita Coffee Company has been roasting coffee in Seattle, Washington since 1995. About two years ago we made the decision to begin traveling the globe extensively to source coffee directly from specific farms producing remarkable coffee. We ensure


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Caffé Vita Coffee Company has been roasting coffee in Seattle, Washington since 1995. About two years ago we made the decision to begin traveling the globe extensively to source coffee directly from specific farms producing remarkable coffee. We ensure that each farm is an inspiration in sustainability and quality.

To make the project even more interesting we commissioned guerrilla chef/writer Michael Hebberoy of ONEPOT.org to gather farmers in each region, and spend a day cooking a feast and sharing a table. Michael uses the common table as a way to find out the stories behind the coffee trees - who are the farmers? What are there lives like? What is the political climate? And what are the social realities of growing the second most valuable crop on the planet?

Go to caffevita.com for essays, pictures, and more of this unprofessional study.

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