Kogi Coffee -Limited edition- 12 oz bag
4-Pack of Kogi Coffee -Limited edition- 12 oz bag (Buy 2, Get 4)
New Authentic Kogi Indigenous Mochilas
Made by Kogi mothers! Available in limited quantities, while supplies last. You'll own a piece of hand-made art that you can actually use (every Kogi has their own and with good care they're made to last). We will even include a 4x6 inch picture that reflects the use of the "mochilas" within the Kogi community or its hand-sewing process with every order.View collection
Directly Sourced from the Kogi
'The Younger Brothers Trading Company' has a mission-driven philosophy that sources authentic indigenous products from the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountains, that started via conservation projects and a decade-long friendship with ‘el Cabildo Santos’ and the Kogi ‘Mamos’, the community spiritual leaders, who have given this coffee their sacred blessing.
The YBTC certifies that the coffee you are purchasing is directly sourced from Kogi farmers, and ensures that direct benefit is received by the indigenous Kogi families who produced this coffee.
It isn't often that you find a product that is truly doing something good for the world and also tastes very good, but Younger Brothers Kogi Coffee does just that. This is a high quality product with a meaningful and beautiful mission.
I didn't expect such a experience in just a bag of coffee. It's just something that leaves you wanting more and even get involved in rescuing the traditions and culture of the Kogi community.
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Ancient knowledge in every bean
The Kogi tribe still exists since the Pre-Columbian era. And their culture is a true reflection of our past. The Elder Brothers -as they call themselves- have been isolated from the rest of the world while living in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta -a large area of land that covers almost every imaginable ecosystem in the planet, from sea-level to snow-capped mountains.
Coffee is believed to have the power to share the Kogi message of preservation of the Earth with us, the Younger Brothers. And nowadays, with deep respect of their ancient practices, we are able to offer their coffee to the world to support their mission of caring for Mother Earth.