Peace Coffee's mission is to make exceptional-tasting, organic fair-trade coffee that sustains the livelihoods of the people who grow, roast, and sell it; preserves and protects the environment that produces it; and delights the taste buds of those who drink it.
Peace Coffee partners directly with small-scale coffee farmers around the globe to bring the best beans back to its roastery. Head to mapmybeans.com to learn more about the faces and places behind your cup.
The story goes that coffee was discovered by a goatherd in Ethiopia who noticed that his goats got extra frisky when they munched the cherries off a certain bush. Fast forward a few centuries and coffee is cultivated around the globe, but Ethiopia remains home to countless species of wild coffee trees that remain unknown outside its borders. Accents of spice complement a full-bodied, robust cup that entreats you to curl up and savor the afternoon.
Please note: Whole beans only; decaf not available.
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- June 29, 2018
I sent as a gift to our son-he was very excited to receive it. Glad y'all now have coffee in gifts!!
- June 3, 2018
I bought this as a gift for my mom for Mother's Day, she loves coffee! She said it's even better than Starbucks!
- March 29, 2018
So delicious! I don't have to add any sugar and only a smidge of creamer to this. The natural flavors are seriously perfect. It's amazing as iced black coffee also. I was so excited about this purchase
- November 10, 2016
Wonderful coffee. I get the 5lb bags and it is always fresh because of the zip lock bag.
- November 9, 2015
Great rich flavor, such a bright morning treat!
- August 10, 2013
LIked a little less than the Guatemalan Dark, equally good with the Guatemalan Light
- March 3, 2013