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Organic & Fair Trade

Blue Heron, Ground

Sale price$12.95

Medium Dark Roast

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Milk Chocolate, Nutty, Citrus

Named for the majestic birds found in Salt Spring Island’s Blue Heron Rookery, this medium-dark roast blend is unassuming one minute and bold the next—just like its namesake. Our Blue Heron ground coffee is a dynamic blend that’s full of contradictions: it’s both sweet and spicy, nutty and bright.

The taste profile of this medium-dark roast changes dramatically depending on the brew method, so it’s an excellent candidate for coffee experimentation. The good news is you’ll end up with a delicious cup no matter how you brew it. But if forced to pick favourites, we’ll choose the intense, snappy flavour of an Aeropress every time.

Origin

Latin America & Indonesia

Blue Heron, Ground
Blue Heron, Ground Sale price$12.95

Nature tastes (a lot) better

What makes regenerative organic better?

The easiest way to describe regenerative organic coffee is that it's the opposite of industrialized, mono-crop coffee.

Regenerative organic farmers have generational expertise growing coffee plants in symbiosis with native rainforests and ecosystems. The crops are smaller, the soil is richer, and the plants are healthier. The sun, the rain, and natural compost are all that are required to bring the coffee berries to a bright fruit. Only the ripest berries are picked, at the peak of freshness, and sundried naturally in the oxygen-rich rainforest air.

When roasted to perfection, the result is a uniquely rich, smooth, truly rewarding cup of coffee.

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Remember shopping the bulk aisle? We do! Save 10% plus get free shipping in Canada on all coffee when you purchase $100 or more. We'll open the burlap and start roasting...

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Change the world for the better

We want our communities to flourish from crop to cup. That's why we support long-term direct trade partnerships, and work with the same coffee farmers year after year.

From Crop to Your Cup