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12oz / 340g

We partnered with our fabric mill The New Denim Project and a coffee farm in Guatemala to harvest a Still Here coffee bean, fertilized using leftover materials from our denim production process.

Roast: Medium Roast

Process: Washed

Variety: Specialty grade premium Arabica Catucai coffee beans

Origin: Single Origin

Region: Volcanic-region, Lake Atitlán, Guatemala Highlands

Elevation: 4400-5250 ft

Flavor profile: Milk Chocolate balanced by an orange and walnut finish


Watch the process happen here

Follow our coffee journey: @stillherecafe 

Closed-Loop Production
No Pesticides, Herbicides, Fungicides
100% Natural
& Organic Inputs
Regenerative Agricultural
Practices

"Dirty"  Cotton

Still Here’s Bone jeans are produced in Guatemala using 80% upcycled “dirty cotton”.

Cotton is harvested using industrial agriculture machinery. This machinery speeds up the picking process but also increases the amount of soil and other materials that get mixed in. This mixing can darken a portion of the picked cotton, deeming it unusable to most fabric mills. This “dirty cotton” is typically disposed of in landfills.

Our mill opts to collect dirty cotton and clean it, separating any usable cotton to develop upcycled denim. The denim is then delivered to our production facility and used to produce our Bone wash jeans.

For this reason our Bone jeans are off-white and even contain some tiny brown speckles.

Compost to Coffee

Once the cleaning of the dirty cotton is complete there is leftover soil, root and cotton fibers which cannot be processed into usable fabric. This leftover soil mix is collected and delivered to a farm in the Atitlan Volcano region of Guatemala.

The farm uses this soil mix to create a nutrient rich compost or fertilizer. This fertilizer is then used in planting coffee bean trees.

"Better than Organic"

This coffee farm uses regenerative farming techniques making our coffee beans completely organic and chemical free.

The nutrient-rich coffee fruits are grown in a biodiverse field system which naturally protects them from pests, removing the need to use any unnatural pesticides, herbicides or fungicides in the growing process.

When ripe, the coffee fruits are handpicked, fermented, sun dried, classified by size and shipped to our roasting facility in America.

Roasting

Our coffee beans are delivered to a craft roastery in New Jersey. Before roasting, our Roast Master assesses a “roast profile” specific to our bean that helps best express the beans subtle tasting notes.

The coffee beans are then roasted in small batches to help ensure freshness. The roasted beans are then bagged for delivery to you.