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Direct Trade We work directly with farms.
Shade Grown Good for you. Good for the environment.
Socially Conscious Creating opportunities for farmers.

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Coffee Education

Improve your coffee knowledge and skills this year with our collection of coffee resources.

Introducing the Lanna Travel Pour Over

Introducing the Lanna Travel Pour Over

Imagine: it’s a bright, cozy morning in Yosemite. You’ve just woken up to the sounds of nature--the chittering wildlife, the gentle streams in the distance--and you emerge from your tent, ready to start the day with a piping-hot cup of coffee. Traveling makes brewing coffee a lot more complicated than prepping your pour-over station at home.
Milk Steaming for the Home Barista

Milk Steaming for the Home Barista

So, you’ve mastered the art of espresso. You’re slinging shots faster than you can say “cappuccino.” Now, it’s time to upgrade your home barista skills: it’s time to steam some milk! This has always been my favorite part of being a barista. The sound is essential to the café experience, and the feeling of nailing the perfect milk texture for latte art is one that can’t be beat.  If you’re looking to learn and one day master this skill at home, you’ve come to the right place.
Espresso Training For the Home Barista

Espresso Training For the Home Barista

About 62% of Americans have at least one cup per day, while the average American coffee drinker has on average just over 3 cups per day. That’s a lot of coffee, and especially if you find yourself reaching for espresso-based beverages like cappuccinos and lattes, it can be an expensive habit. Fortunately, it’s easier than ever to make excellent espresso at home thanks to the rise in affordable home espresso machines. 
Introducing the Lanna Travel Pour Over

Introducing the Lanna Travel Pour Over

Imagine: it’s a bright, cozy morning in Yosemite. You’ve just woken up to the sounds of nature--the chittering wildlife, the gentle streams in the distance--and you emerge from your tent, ready to start the day with a piping-hot cup of coffee. Traveling makes brewing coffee a lot more complicated than prepping your pour-over station at home.
Milk Steaming for the Home Barista

Milk Steaming for the Home Barista

So, you’ve mastered the art of espresso. You’re slinging shots faster than you can say “cappuccino.” Now, it’s time to upgrade your home barista skills: it’s time to steam some milk! This has always been my favorite part of being a barista. The sound is essential to the café experience, and the feeling of nailing the perfect milk texture for latte art is one that can’t be beat.  If you’re looking to learn and one day master this skill at home, you’ve come to the right place.
Espresso Training For the Home Barista

Espresso Training For the Home Barista

About 62% of Americans have at least one cup per day, while the average American coffee drinker has on average just over 3 cups per day. That’s a lot of coffee, and especially if you find yourself reaching for espresso-based beverages like cappuccinos and lattes, it can be an expensive habit. Fortunately, it’s easier than ever to make excellent espresso at home thanks to the rise in affordable home espresso machines.