This Direct Trade coffee from Haiti has low acidity. It is roasted medium, and it has nutty notes with chocolate.
Most importantly this coffee is sourced through Cafe Kreyol and founded on the principles of socially responsible business that can help poverty-stricken areas far more than providing a single meal. Their desire to give hope and their love for specialty coffee led them to launch the Coffee Hunter Project. To look for coffees that others weren't noticing. Traveling to Haiti, the most poverty-stricken country in the Western Hemisphere. They got on motorcycles and scooters, visiting each coffee growing region to share their vision with the local growers. This Direct Trade system is the backbone of the Coffee Hunter Project, believing that farmers should get paid based on the quality of the product. The cooperative is paid roughly 300% higher wages than Fair Trade, not out of charity, but for having an exceptional product.