Organic coffee is the rarest kind of coffee on the earth!
These coffees are grown with minimal use of pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers, if at all. In order to be labeled organic, 95% of the beans must be grown under organic conditions!
It also means that the beans are grown in their natural environment, in an ecosystem that can only be found high in the mountains under the cover of shade-providing trees. Coffee beans grown in their natural environment are slower growing and produce less flowers and beans. While there are less beans produced on the bush, beans grown organically are significantly more flavorful and aromatic. That’s why organic coffee really tastes so much better than those grown fast in the direct sunlight!
Organically grown coffee beans means cleaner beans, cleaner land, cleaner air and cleaner water.