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King’s Coffee Company was founded to provide a high end coffee that is rich in flavor and wonderful to drink as well as an opportunity for people to make an impact in the world.

We believe we can all make a difference, so we work to select farms that are serving a purpose in their community. Our program of providing ''Coffee With A Purpose'' is to make an impact in the lives of others by supporting the communities where our coffee is grown.


While our coffee blends have changed over the years, we take extreme care to only buy specialty grade coffee from locally owned farms.  Listed below are a few of the farms which we work with.

Tarrazu Don Roberto 

Costa Rica

Tarrazú Don Roberto is a regional blend that’s created for us each year by our colleagues at exporter Ceca. They work with thousands of farmers around Tarrazú—many of whom produce fewer than 10 bags per crop—to produce a consistent cup profile that’s a customer favorite: creamy and sweet, with notes of milk chocolate and citrus.

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Huila Supremo


The Andes Mountains run through through the department of Huila, Colombia, which is also home to the Nevado del Huila volcano. The area's resulting mineral-rich soil and microclimates contribute to a celebrated cup profile that's typically juicy, fruity and complex, with a rich, full body.

Supremo refers to the largest size of beans from Colombia — a screen size of 17 or 18, which is slightly larger than the Excelso distinction.

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Santa Rosa


This blend comes from the rich volcanic soils of the Santa Rosa valleys located in the South Central region of Guatemala. The Central Highlands of the country are ideal for coffee cultivation due to high altitudes and rich soil from surrounding volcanoes. The climate allows the coffee to mature slowly, which is said to concentrate the coffee beans flavors. The coffee grown in the Santa Rosa region boasts a balanced cup with chocolate notes.


Guima Estate


Guima Estate is an award-winning and conservation-focused coffee farm run that’s proudly managed by women. Guima is also among the farms that contributes to our Brazil Oberon Ayabas, under the Federação dos Cafés do Cerrado designation of origin program.

The Guima Estate consists of three neighboring coffee farms, each of which has a distinctive terroir. Fazenda São Lourenço is a flat, typical Cerrado savanna (Cerrado’s savannas are said to be among the most richly biodiverse in the world); Fazenda Brasis is nestled in woodlands; and Fazenda Santa Rita is a valley planted with Bourbon.

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