You have no items in your shopping cart.

Direct Trade

At The Roasterie, we’ve always believed in partnering with farmers to do business in direct trade relationships. It benefits the growers by removing some of the profit-draining links in the export chain. It also benefits us, by keeping us more tuned in to conditions and factors affecting the coffee we buy. This helps us ensure the quality of our product, which ultimately also benefits you, our customer.

The coffees in this section are products of these special direct trade relationships we’ve cultivated with growers around the world.

Learn more about our commitment to direct trade.

4 Item(s)

per page

Grid  List 

Set Descending Direction
  • Don Quijote of Costa Rica

    Don Quijote of Costa Rica

    Don Quijote of Costa Rica

    The Don packs a lush, sensuous aroma mated with a rich, bold flavor that simply melts in your mouth. It is perfectly balanced and produces a sweet, smooth, lingering finish.

  • Fazenda Lagoa Estate of Brazil French Roast

    Fazenda Lagoa Estate of Brazil French Roast

    Fazenda Lagoa Estate of Brazil French Roast

    Fazenda Lagoa, Farm by the Lake, is as wonderfully flavorful as it is smooth and mild. Buttery and mellow with hints of peanut butter and cocoa that balance a light and sweet berry tone which rounds out the finish.

    $11.72
  • Fazenda Lagoa Estate of Brazil Italian Roast

    Fazenda Lagoa Estate of Brazil Italian Roast

    Fazenda Lagoa Estate of Brazil Italian Roast

    Fazenda Lagoa, Farm by the Lake, is as wonderfully flavorful as it is smooth and mild. Buttery and mellow with hints of peanut butter and cocoa that balance a light and sweet berry tone which rounds out the finish.

    $12.11
  • Pitalito Estate of Colombia

    Pitalito Estate of Colombia

    Pitalito Estate of Colombia
    Colombian Pitalito Estate is an award-winning coffee that has a smooth, full body and is noted for its winey fruit acidity and sugary sweet caramel finish.
    $12.08

4 Item(s)

per page

Grid  List 

Set Descending Direction