Our Producer Partners
Meet our partners who perform all the magic at origin.
LA BUENA TIERRA, PANAMA
The rarest coffee in Panama comes from Barreta, Coclé.
Not Boqueté. Not Chiriquî. Tiny, little Barreta in the province of Coclé.
In 2020, La Buena Tierra was the first and only producer to export coffee from this remote region of Panama.
Micro-lots from La Buena Tierra in Barreta, Coclé have unique cup profiles and We The Origin is lucky to have global exclusivity for this coffee.
During the crisis in Yemen, progressive and innovative coffee producers have emerged to take legendary Yemeni coffee to the next level.
With experimental processing techniques, micro-lots and even nano-lots (5 to 100kg), Sabcomeed produces some of the most unique and rare coffees in the world.
Kerchanshe specializes in coffees sourced from Yirgacheffe, Lekempti, Gimbi, Djimma, and Sidamo, names that epitomise fine Arabica coffee. Since its inception 15 years ago, Kerchanshe has established a track record of fair trading and excellent customer service.
The passion for fine coffee is coupled with consistent reinvestment not only in improved infrastructure, technology and processes, but Kerchanshe also invests 10% of its annual profits into social responsibility programs such as building schools and providing clean water to the communities it serves.
DAWI AGRO, ETHIOPIA
Dawi Coffee is located in Anderacha, in southwest Ethiopia at an altitude of 1700 to 2000 masl.
Aneracha is a woreda (district) within the Sheka Zone, which is 600 km from the capital city of Addis Ababa.
Anderacha is blessed with 1900-2200mm of annual rainfall and it is forest shielded which enables the production of high quality coffee.
FINCA LOS CENIZOS, PANAMA
Award-winning and competition level Geisha.
A regular top 10 finalist in the legendary Best of Panama coffee auctions.
Finca Los Cenizos is family owned and operated in the highlands of Cerro Punta, Chiriquî.
FINCA LOS MANANTIALES, GUATEMALA
Finca Los Manantiales is located in one of Guatemala’s eight coffee regions, New Oriente, well known for its well balanced, full-bodied chocolate notes.
Situated at the city of Jutiapa, 2.5 hours away from the capital city of Guatemala City, it owns 32 hectares of coffee land, which is equivalent to producing approximately 3 containers worth of coffee each year.
The farm was founded by Ronald’s father, Adolfo Pivaral in 1997, and shifted its production from commercial to specialty coffee around 6 years ago. Today, it is producing a lot of varieties of coffee at the altitude of 1730-2000 masl (meters above sea level), such as Pacamara, Pacas, Pache San Ramon, Maragogype, Rume Sudan, as well as a recently planted Starmaya, just to name a few.
CAFÊ FINCA LOS ANDES, COLOMBIA
When Rodrigo Cortes first started growing coffee, his peers were sceptical; and people called him crazy.
13 years later, Café Finca Los Andes is growing coffee varieties such as Catuai, Caturra, Castillo, Tabi, and pink Bourbon, at 1,900 masl (metres above sea level).
Thanks to the high altitude and mild weather, Rodrigo and his son Daniel have developed strong and resistant trees that are not plagued by coffee leaf rust and other diseases.
Witoca is a robusta coffee cooperative co-founded by Fabio Legarda and Andrea Lopez in the Ecuadorian Amazon.
Growing up in a family of coffee farmers, they decided to start Witoca to add value to this coffee from bean to cup, becoming the first generation of robusta coffee producers in the Ecuadorian Amazon.
Their coffee grows in the heart of the tropical rainforest in a permaculture system of production called “chakra", which is a traditional way to produce coffee. This enables them to offer incredible flavours and profiles in their robusta coffee.
FINCA SANTA MARTHA, GUATEMALA
Santa Marta Farm began its journey in the lush highlands of the Mataquescuintla region of New Oriente in Guatemala.
The coffee is grown at an altitude of 1,800-2,200 meters above sea level, protected and nurtured under the shade of trees with the highest standard and utmost care.
The farm flourishes and a variety of Arabica Coffee plants such as Typica, Geisha, Pacamara, Bourbon, Yellow Bourbon, Caturra, Yellow Caturra, Catuaí, Orange Bourbon, and Pache San Ramon.