Right now Nicaragua is in the midst of its bloodiest civil conflict in the 40 years since the end of the Nicaraguan Revolution. Coffee is the nation's single-most important crop -- but the local industry is on the verge of ruin (along with the livelihoods of the farming communities dependent on its production).
This is top-tier speciality, single-origin, transparently & ethically sourced, artisan, and most important: the freshest cup of coffee you can imagine -- it's the same as what you're used to from Bonaverde. But now, it's all proudly roasted by Bonaverde using our green beans in a professional Probatt roaster, immediately prior to shipping to you!
Available today in the Marketplace or the BV Showrooom
We're super proud to *officially* announce the unveiling of the Coffee Marketplace. It is a big step towards becoming a real Mecca of sustainable, crop2cup coffee trade -- it's incredibly inclusive, with over 49 coffees from 12 different speciality roasters, and 7 green coffee farmers!
Bonaverde will be at the 2019 Specialty Coffee Expo this year, supporting our farmer friends from Asociación de Cafés Especiales de Nicaragua. Come visit Hans and Kike at the biggest speciality coffee event in the world!
Help counter climate change by drinking coffee? Sweet! ...well by supporting speciality coffee actually. It makes all the difference though, and this time, we're not just talking about the taste! Most wild coffee species, arabica included, as climate-sensitive plants are at high risk of extinction. And commercial crops are next in the firing line.
As speciality coffee providers, and small-batch coffee roasting machinery designers, we at Bonaverde offer the ideal solution to opening up and exploring the exciting and myriad world of tastes in micro-lot single origin coffees. Learn more about our brand new service here!
If the discrepancy separating men and women's access to agricultural resources were removed, it could improve female owned and run farms' yields between 20-30%, AND further augment developing countries' agricultural production up to 4%. So how do we help enact change?