Mary's Finest Light / Medium Coffee Beans 227g

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Discounts to be applied to your TOTAL order as follows:

$501-1,000 5%
$1,001+ 10%
This is an exceptional blend of a Colombian single producer (one farmer the Artery works directly with) and a Rwandan single origin (micro farms sharing the same farmland and growing the same variety). In addition to being a coffee that supports the employment of people with disabilities, and genuine direct trade relationships with farmers, it will also help raise money and awareness to help fight blood cancers in Canada. 

This coffee is named after Mary, the mother-in-law of the Artery's owner and head roaster. Mary passed away from a rare blood cancer. Someone is diagnosed with a blood cancer in Canada every 23 minutes. A portion of all sales of this coffee with be donated to the Artery's friends and partners at the Leukaemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada. 

Coffee with a conscience never tasted so good. 

Bag size: 227g

ORIGINS + VARIETIES: SINGLE PRODUCER AND SINGLE ORIGIN BLEND: Colombia / Yellow Caturra and Rwanda / Red Bourbon 
Courage + Love + One Liners (and lemon chocolate poundcake)
A mix of light and medium roast 
FARM/PRODUCER: Esnaider Ortega (third generation farmer) and the other half are from micro farms working with the Fuji Washing Station
LOCATION: Huila, Colombia / Nyaruguru DIstrict, Southern Province, Rwanda
ALTITUDE: Colombia 1750 masl / Rwanda 1500 - 1850 masl
PROCESS: Washed with methods unique to each farm/processing station. 

    The Artery Community Roasters Mission

    1) Employ people living with disabilities and pay them a living wage. 

    2) Inspire other business to hire people with disabilities and pay them, and their other employees, a living wage. 

    3) Roast ethically sourced specialty coffee with care, and get it to consumers within a week or less of roasting. We like it fresssssssssh. 

    4) Limit our impact on the environment.

    This product is: Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Keto Friendly, Nut-Free and Direct Trade.

    Made by The Artery Community Roasters in Ottawa, Ontario.

    2% of all sales will help to #CraftChange.