Haiti is a country that is close to our hearts. It’s where we went from sourcing to growing, working with Haitian farmers to found the Haiti Coffee Academy, a model coffee farm complete with a nursery, wet mill, tool-lending program, and community water supply system. The For Haiti blend represents our commitment to supporting farming families, and revitalizing the once great Haitian coffee industry. Visit www.haiticoffeeacademy.com to learn more.
Blend Ingredients: Crafted with specialty coffee beans from Brazil, Guatemala, Colombia, and Haiti.
My husband’s new fave
My husband typically drinks the Corsica every morning. He loves it. He’s not one for change when he finds something he loves, but I finally got him to branch out to the Nizza and Lyon, which he both loved. So I got him the Haiti for Christmas based on the description, lighter than the Corsica and great for the morning, but has those chocolate and caramel notes he loves. It’s his absolute new fave. Now he won’t drink anything else! All his pour over coffee guys at work are raving about it. We love every La Colombe coffee we have tried, but this one is truly special. :)
I live this coffee!
For Haiti is a very smooth coffee with no bitter taste at all! It’s so smooth, I don’t need to add sugar. I have bought it at least four times.
Just about perfect for the morning cup. Smooth, slightly sweet, satisfying.
For Haiti is my FAVORITE coffee
When I poured For Haiti into the hopper of the coffee grinder, I sent a picture to my family because it’s “a thing of beauty.” For Haiti is smooth, absolutely no bitterness. I served it to friends and they were amazed at how smooth, flavorful, and easy it is to drink. I have also loved Guatemalan Coffee from La Colombe and For Haiti includes Guatemalan Coffee! So I don’t feel like I have abandoned Guatemala coffee, I’ve just enhanced it with beans from Brazil and Haiti.
This is a great coffee, full flavored, real coffee flavor comes through either in French Press or a Bonavita coffee maker. I was surprised however that when I looked at the label, this is a blend, with Haiti coffee in it, of other South american coffees.