MiCacao

Cacao tea. “Cacao tea is produced from the shell, or husk, of the cacao bean, which is often discarded in the process of making chocolate. During this process, cacao beans are harvested, fermented, and dried. The shells are then removed from the beans, leaving...

Groundwork

Organic, fair trade coffees and teas from a popular Los Angeles coffee spot. Chose from single origin, signature blends, limited reserve and decaf coffees—every coffee has a story. Honey-processed coffee anyone? You’ll get a whole different view of coffee here....

Cafe Altura Gourmet Coffee

“The original organic coffee, since 1980.” This coffee comes from the Finca Irlanda farm in Chiapas, Mexico, which has now been growing coffee using organic and Biodynamic techniques for decades. It is believed to be the first certified organic coffee farm in the...

ButterBuzz

If you like “bulletproof” type coffee, but don’t like all the bags and jars of different ingredients, ButterBuzz is perfect for you. “Each BuzzPod is packed full of ingredients that are proven to have a variety of health benefits including boosting metabolism,...

Il Morso

This very clever product is described at “the coffee shortcut.” The basic idea is to pack the caffeine kick of a cup of coffee into a small wafer of chocolate. Made with simple organic whole foods—each serving contains only 1g of sugar and 15 – 25 calories. Now...

Cafe Mam

European-grade Arabica coffee—100% organic, 100% fair-trade, shade grown, fresh roasted. The coffee is grown by fair trade cooperatives of native Mayan farmers living in the highlands of Chiapas, Mexico and Guatemala. The farmers believe that by taking care of the...

Beantrees Gourmet Coffee

One of my readers told me about this website because it’s the only coffee she can drink, and it turned out to be the first company to sell only organic coffee. Beantrees started in 1993, at a time when nobody was selling organic coffee and nobody knew about it....