Single Farm Medium Roast

Direct Access Coffee Single Farm Medium Roast

Single Farm Medium Roast

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Middle-of-the-road intensity meets top-of-the-line quality. Say hello to your new morning routine. Sourced directly from Indonesia, these medium roast beans have just the right touch of richness.
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This 100% Arabica coffee comes straight from one of Direct Access small hold farm partners in Indonesia. Because Direct Access is all about the people behind the products, their packaging allows you to see exactly who's grown the beans in your kitchen. Next time you brew your morning cup, you can cheers to the farmers who've cultivated this subtly sweet and lightly rich medium roast that hits the spot every time.

Direct Access Coffee encourages environmental stewardship by cutting down on trade and helping farmers to own their products and sell directly to consumers, which means fairer wages all around.

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No need to guess what's in your food or how it was made. Our experts vet every product for ingredient integrity, responsible sourcing, and great taste using our own criteria called the Hive Five.

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ingredient integrity

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low carbon footprint

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recyclable packaging

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committed to social good

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How it does good

Putting farmers first

More often than not, farmers don't see the full profit of their hard work. With the supply chain, they typically don't have ownership over their products and lose out on important financial gains. Direct Access Coffee is changing all of that. Their model is based on actually working for farmers, rather than alongside them, with the goal of giving back ownership so farmers can cultivate financial opportunities and cut out the middle man. With a system based on fairness and respect, there's a better chance for longevity and sustainability in the specialty coffee making sphere.