our organic espresso blend tastes like milk chocolate, sweet spices, raisins & warm hugs.

about me.

bio: organic & vegan. socially conscious, kind-hearted & self-aware. an environmentalist & a dreamer. loves animals & being out in nature. regularly donates to charity. enjoys swaying along to indie / folk music.


this blend speaks for itself! it’s organic, fair-trade & supports sustainable farming, while also contributing to orangutan conservation AND donating 5% of sales to charities, community initiatives & support for our producing partners at origin. a beautiful blend of coffees from Papua New Guinea & Indonesia, it’s delicate & buttery with a smooth finish.

this one’s for the dreamers who want to drink awesome coffee while saving the world at the same time.


the two origins found in our eco warrior blend have been carefully sourced from the following farms:

orangutan coffee project: indonesia.

origin: gayo highands, sumatra, indonesia
processing method: traditional wet-hulled
species: arabica
varietal: s795
elevation: 1500-2070m above sea level


the orangutan coffee project in Indonesia, which we’ve been supporting for a few years now, is a 360-degree project focused around two main initiatives. first, helping Sumatran coffee farmers operate environmentally friendly coffee plantations to help protect the fragile eco-system.

the second, supports the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Program (SOCP) that cares for, protects & rehabilitates injured, orphaned & rescued orangutans, all while fighting deforestation!

we’ve committed to an ongoing partnership with OCP. some of our crew were lucky enough to visit Sumatra to see firsthand how the programs are benefiting the communities, rainforest conservation efforts & the endangered local wildlife. If you’d like to read more about this project…we wrote a whole article about it here.

this coffee adds notes of sweet spice, cacao nibs & a pleasant herbal flavour to the blend. with a round, juicy body & a lingering aftertaste.

keto tapasi: png

origin: chumbu province, chuave district, png
processing method: washed
species: arabica
varietal: arusha, bourbon, typica
elevation: 1600-1800m above sea level


Keto Tapasi Progress Association was founded in 2008 as an association of smallholder coffee growers from 18 communities & villages in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea, in the Chuave District. the organization has around 375 members, who co-operate and collaborate despite the vast differences in culture & language between their heritage groups. the organization has been fair trade–certified since 2011, certified organic since 2014, and has used the premiums it receives to invest in de-pulpers as well as upgrading warehouse space & transportation.

smallholders typically own anywhere from a couple to a couple-hundred coffee trees, and farming on these smaller plots is quite common; here they call them coffee “gardens”, rather than farms. in fact, the farms themselves have no names & carry no formal demarcation to indicate where one growers’ land ends & the other begins. generally, the members will de-pulp & ferment their coffee on their own farms; then it’s taken to the central mill in Goroka for drying.

once the coffee is picked & de-pulped, the farmers will ferment it dry for 1-3 days before washing it and laying it to dry on blue tarps for 3-4 days.

this coffee adds flavours of milk chocolate, raisins and nectarine, with a maple syrup sweetness.


as we touched on earlier, in addition to supporting orangutan & rainforest conservation, 5% of eco warrior sales are donated to a charity, initiative or organisation of our choosing each quarter. you can head to our community initiatives blog post for updates on where we’re donating our dollars & learn about the initiatives eco warrior is currently supporting.


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