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Roast level: Medium

HappyBottoms Blend

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Tasting notes:
A fragrant aroma leads to a balanced cup with notes of chocolate and a subtle citrus finish.

Bean profile:

  • Origin: Brazil, Ethiopia, Mexico
  • Roast: French


10% of the proceeds of this coffee go to HappyBottoms.

The mission of HappyBottoms is to work with local partner social service agencies to provide diapers to low-income families through donations, both financial and in-kind, while raising awareness of the basic health need for diapers.

One in five Kansas City area kids lives in poverty.* For many, diapers remain an overlooked area of need despite today's best outreach efforts. Here are a few reasons why fulfilling this need is so crucial:

  1. Safety-net programs such as SNAP (food stamps) and WIC (Women, Infants and Children) don't cover the purchase of diapers.
  2. Diapers are expensive - plus cost exponentially more at inner-city covenience stores compared to big-box stores or online.
  3. Cloth isn't an optino for the families we serve. If you're poor, you probably don't own a washing machine, and some Laundromats don't allow cloth diapers. Additionally, licensed day care centers, especially the free and subsidized kind, don't accept cloth diapers.
  4. If a family can't afford diapers, a baby will spend extended periods, sometimes days, in the same soiled diaper. This amplifies the risk of numerous health problems., including diaper rash, and may be linked to an increased rate of hepatitis.
  5. Unhappy babies are crying babies. And crying babies are more likely to be abused by already stressed-out caregivers.

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