Colombian Asoapía Microlot

Located in the mountains of the Cordillera Occidental, just at the edge of the country’s main “coffee region”, Apía is a rural agricultural community in the Colombian department of Risaralda. Their location is unique because it is situated next to...


Cascara is the dried skin of the fruit of the coffee cherry. This cascara is from a farmer in Risaralda, Colombia. It’s sweet and floral, similar to hibicus. It contains about a quarter the caffeine of coffee, and is brewed like a tea.

Sumatran Permata Gayo

Permata Gayo was founded in 2006 in the Bener Meriah district of the Aceh Province in Sumatra, Indonesia. Thread visited these farmers in March 2014, and we’re very excited to have a relationship with them. We roast this coffee a bit darker to bring out the...

Ethiopian Worka – Natural Process

The WORKA Cooperative was established in 2005 and joined the Yirgacheffe Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union (YCFCU) the same year. There are 305 member farmers who cultivate coffee on 762 hectares in Worka, Gedeb in the Gedeo Zone. The WORKA cooperative is very proud of...
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