DIRECT TRADE FARMS
At Evansville Coffee Company, direct and sustainable relationships takes precedence. From farmers to wholesale partners and customers, we care about the entire journey: bean to cup.
Learn more about our direct trade partners and their impact in the coffee industry below.
Two Birds ties in the coffee industry began through family owned farm, Finca Esperanza, but continue to grow and flourish from a desire to promote and sell environmentally and equity conscious Guatemalan coffee without the need of a middle-man.
Brothers Diego and Francisco now travel the globe, with clients in the United States, Canada, and Saudi Arabia, selling coffees from 5 different farms in Guatemala. Along with mother, Ana, and sister Anamaria, this vertical family business is paving the way for ethical and sustainable consumption of coffee from farm-to-roaster and finally to your cup at home.
Learn more about Two Birds here.
FINCA TERRERITO - HONDURAS
Finca Terrerito believes in 3 Pillars – Improving Lives, Sustainability in Everything they do, and Extraordinary Coffee. In that order.
Owned and ran by 4th generation coffee farmer, Al Lopez, and his son-in-law, Harry Hutchins, passion for coffee farming has expanded from a small family business to a large-scale operation that gives back to the community and land it produces from.
Learn more about Finca Terrerito here.
MINAS ESPRESSO - BRAZIL
3 generations of Brazilian coffee farming culminated in Minas Espresso partnerships with local farmers, suppliers, and roasters to bring both high quality greens and roasted beans directly to customers.
A farmer himself and founder of Minas, Bruno Nobre emphasizes the company's relationships with farmers, honoring their commitment to a high quality and sustainable product while ensuring fair market pricing to share their products with the world.
Learn more about Minas Espresso here.