Coffee Beans for a Better World

Sip this bold coffee that helps support women artisans and school children in Kenya.


Cups for the Continent

Grown on a small farm in the Kisii region of Kenya, this coffee has rich burgundy undertones and citrus notes, but the makers are doing much more than bringing blissful sips to people across the world. They also help women artisans and orphaned school children in Kisii by putting one-of-a-kind artwork on their packaging and sending the proceeds to schools. Each bold bag of beans has a removable piece of the women's art, made using dried bark from banana trees. When you brew a cup, and admire your unique artwork, you'll know that underprivileged children have more supplies, books, and uniforms. Made in Kenya.


Made in Kenya

4.25" L x 3.5" W x 8" H; 1 lb of coffee
- 100% Kenyan Coffee

Handmade artwork will vary.
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Excellent Coffee


from Westchester, NY

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Comments about UncommonGoods Coffee Beans for a Better World:

I happened to buy this coffee in a fair trade store while visiting Tulsa. It was a good choice. The coffee is smooth and delicious. The art work lovely. It is a little pricey but worth it. Even the box is beautiful. I am happy to see it here, because now I have a place to purchase it from home.

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