Location: Ibiá, Cerrado Mineiro, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Farmer: José Serra Neto Farm: Morro Alto
Varieties: Catuaí Vermelho, Mundo Novo, Topázio e IBC 12
Processing: Natural Elevation: 950 MASL
Harvest schedule: June - July Certifications: Rainforest Alliance
Our classic dark roasted blend, with a heavy body and balanced finish.
Tasting Notes: Dark Chocolate, Tobacco and Roasted Almond
Varieties: Typica, Caturra, Paches, and Bourbon
Location: Querocoto, Chota, Cajamarca, Peru
Fully Washed Process, 1800-2400 MASL
Co-op: Cooperativa Agraria Rutas del Inca, 258 members
Tasting Notes: Berry, Milk Chocolate, Floral
Our espresso blend is straightforward, with a creamy body and lingering finish. This coffee tastes great when fully extracted at longer brew times, around a 1:2 brewing ratio.
Tasting Notes: Maple syrup, praline and cantaloupe
Independent brand crewneck in midnight heather blue. Made for softness
A dark roasted decaf blend with a smooth finish.
Tasting Notes: Dark chocolate, pine and pepper
This is a cooperative we hope to do business with for years to come. Located in the Nyaruguru district of southern Rwanda, Nyampinga is comprised of 200 all women farmers who dedicate themselves to producing the highest quality coffees in the region. To show our commitment to working with Nyampinga, Sisters Coffee ran the International Peace Marathon in Kigali, Rwanda in 2016 as a fundraiser to raise money for the cooperative.
We hope you enjoy this coffee! We're proud to be working with them, and we're very excited about the coffees they're producing.
Tasting Notes: Tropical fruit, caramel, citrus, dried apricot
Sisters Coffee branded Hydroflask. Design: Topographic map of the South Sister Mountain. Double wall vacuum insulated keeps beverages hot up to 12 hours.
Our tried and true coffee offerings. Select from the popup form any 3 coffees that fit your fancy.
Sisters Coffee’s relationship with farmer Aurelio Villatoro is a cornerstone of our of our green sourcing program. Each year we are thrilled to receive his premier, award-winning coffees.
Honey, Milk Chocolate, Almond.
With glaciated peaks, lava fields, rivers, abundant wildlife and more, Central Oregon provides a unique adventuring experience that captures the imagination. In this landscape, adjacent to the Three Sisters Wilderness, Winfield and Joy Durham founded Sisters Coffee in 1989. Their aim was to create a rare craft coffee experience in Sisters, Oregon, while raising a family and building community. Still family-owned, and now run by his three children, Sisters Coffee continues to evolve with the coffee industry, growing and thriving in Central Oregon and beyond. The roastery and flagship cafe are still on the same ground where the company started, roasting and serving both new and exciting coffees and longtime customer favorites alike.