We work hand in hand, and heart to heart with our farmers.
Each individual that works on our farm is paid at higher than fair trade wages, honouring their hard work. We spearhead community projects with neighbouring communities, providing medical supplies, school equipment and vital infrastructure to those who need it most. We value the traditions of the villagers we work with, supporting and engaging in local ceremonies and making lasting connections that sustain us and them.
We bask in the shade of the forest and the songs of the birds that call it home.
Growing coffee in the shade and planting seedlings by hand takes time, but it preserves and protects the natural eco-system around it. We’re patient folks, willing to wait for extraordinary coffee.
We leave the forest undisturbed, allowing local and migratory birds to make their homes. These ethical farming practices make Paradise Mountain the only Smithsonian-Certified, Bird Friendly farm in Asia.
We make coffee that is built on great taste and even greater heart.
Our expertly crafted coffee has a local, and a global impact. When our beans make the journey home to Canada, they are roasted in a beautiful organic roasting plant nestled in the Foot Hills of the Rocky Mountains. Throughout the process our beans are happily scrutinized by our experts, right through to the cup, where all of our hard work is validated. We recycle the excess coffee chaff, packaging it in biodegradable bags and using it as fertilizer for local garden stores.
The coffee on your shelf is as conscientious as it is satisfying.
We make sure that after our coffee is sipped and savoured it continues to create more goodness. The packaging that we chose for our coffee is Omnidegradable, a form of biodegradable packaging that safely decomposes, turning into organic nutrients with no harmful by-products. We love that.