Ingredient and Purchasing Rituals
We buy all of our coffee through Fair Trade or Direct Trade sourcing companies. Our producers are devoted to ensuring that all farmers are treated fairly, paid fair wages, and recognized for their gift. The skilled farmers are masters of the coffee growing craft and follow traditional practices. All of our green coffee is purchased directly from farms around the world that focus on the best agricultural processes, which cultivate the highest quality beans and tasting profiles. We source our coffee from Ethiopia, Brazil, Guatemala, Panama, Kenya, Rwanda, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Indonesia, El Salvador, Columbia, Panama, and Mexico.
We store our coffee in grain bro bags, which allows us to control the environmental conditions of our product. We ensure our coffee remains fresh from the minute it's shipped to us as green beans until it reaches our consumers’ hands. As a small company, we work hard to maximize our supplies. We recycle when possible and keep waste to a minimum.
Eccentricity Coffee Co. creates handcrafted coffee that fuels inspiration and connectivity, both locally and globally. Coffee is a ritual for many, and Eccentricity Coffee Co. strives to be the connection between the farmers and consumers who value the commodity for many different reasons. The coffee experience is threefold, and Eccentricity Coffee Co. focuses on educating its consumers about the synergistic process. Farmers harvest and process coffee cherries that become green coffee, roasters turn the green beans into brew-able coffee, and consumers experience the end of the journey when they drink the finished product. Hands are the link in the chain of events: the beans are harvested by hand, roasted by hand, brewed by hand, and drank by hand. The coffee’s journey is a collaborative story, which requires all hands on board, and each chapter is equally important. By producing coffee with a story and specific personality profiles, Eccentricity Coffee Co. encourages its consumers to flaunt their individuality and find the coffee that speaks to them.