Drink Coffee

The coffee growers of Santa Martha are our friends in Santa Martha de Loma Azul, Jinotega, Nicaragua and we visit them often. We sell their coffee in order to support their community development, assisting with holistic and organic growing practices, providing water fit for human consumption, improving sanitation, and living conditions for all the residences, applied technologies, and to provide an education for their children. By drinking their coffee, you will help to improve the lives of the 800 inhabitants (87 households, 104 families). Learn more at keipos.org.

Story of SANTA MARTHA - Medium Roast

Apoyo a la comunidad(Community Support)

Origin
•   Santa Martha de Loma Azul, Jinotega, Nicaragua
•   Shade grown in forested canopy
•   3500 ft elevation
SPECIALTY
•   Beyond direct trade
•   Micro-lots from select growers scoring an average rating of 84
•   33/33/33 blended Arabica varieties:
      PACAMARA -Small
      PACAMARA -Large CATURRA - SHG
•   Medium roast, fragrant aroma, bright taste, soft savory finish
•   Hand picked and hand selected
•   Freshly roasted
Medium roasted coffee

Roasted Omaha, Nebraska

Story of SANTA MARTHA - Dark Roast

Apoyo a la comunidad(Community Support)

Origin
•   Santa Martha de Loma Azul, Jinotega, Nicaragua
•   Shade grown in forested canopy
•   3500 ft elevation
SPECIALTY
•   Beyond direct trade
•   Micro-lots from select growers scoring an average rating of 84
•   100 % Arabica variety:  
       CATURRA - SHG
•   Rich Bold Roast with hints of chocolate
•   Hand picked and hand selected
•   Freshly roasted
Dark roasted coffee

Roasted Omaha, Nebraska

The Story of Santa Maratha store front link

About SANTA MARTHA

At this time, the people of this small community live in some of the most horrific and dangerous living conditions without much hope of change. However, you can help make a significant change in their lives. All the comforts we take for granted in our daily lives, they can only dream about and pray for.

When you buy their coffee, you will be providing them with the opportunity to prosper, and change their lives significantly.

Poor Living Conditions

  • Drinking water unfit for human consumption
  • Poor sanitation conditions
  • No electricity
  • Hazardous in-home cooking conditions
  • Landslides are common from heavy rain fall
  • Lack of education (6th grade level); illiteracy
  • Limited access and long distance to medical assistance
  • Hazardous in-home cooking conditions and more

Solutions to Poor Living Conditions

  • Rain water catchment systems
  • Cisterns and distribution lines
  • Earthworks for holding water
  • Composting toilets and methane digesters
  • Simple and inexpensive new cooking stove technology
  • Education, training, and classes
  • Prayer
  • Financial donations
  • Participation and involvement
  • Social networking

Videos of Santa Martha Nicarague

The Santa Martha Project

The Santa Martha Project video link.

Story of SANTA MARTHA

Story of Santa Martha video link

Nicaragua Timelapse

Nicaragua Timelapse video link

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