Love Coffee? Us too! Give a gift that gives back this holiday!

 We recently partnered with our friends from Solid Roasters to bring you quality coffee delivered right to your doorstep. This is big news just in time for the holidays for our fans living in the US. Now you can support Courageous Kitchen, with a cup of coffee, and when gifting coffee to a loved one. By purchasing a monthly subscription, you’ll receive two fair trade bags of high quality, whole or ground beans AND help us continue to provide food aid and education to marginalized youth.

Our roasters believe that coffee’s cultural pervasiveness has a unique advantage to shine light in dark places. They’ve sourced direct-trade beans from under-funded farmers, addressing the power imbalances typically found in organic growing methods. These ethical sourcing methods incentivize the quality of the beans. Whether bold, blonde, sweet, or rich, the distinct blends focus on the nuance and personality of each bean and region.

Were currently offering three single origin choices:

  • Light | Ethiopian Coffee
  • Medium | Colombian Coffee
  • Dark | Guatemalan Coffee

Ethically Sourced

Freshly Roasted

Gives Back

By purchasing a monthly coffee subscription you’re helping us supply a family with rice, and other supplies that will help combat the ills of malnutrition. Let’s share the beauty of speciality coffee, provide a fair wage to farmers, and spread love to the families in need this holiday!

Courageous Kitchen Monthly Coffee Subscription

A 10oz bag of specialty beans will be mailed to you on the 1st & 15th of each month. About a one month supply of beans for 1-2 coffee drinkers.
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Author: Christy

Christy is the San Diego based Deputy Director of Courageous Kitchen. She strongly believes kitchens are the best classrooms. 


Christy

Christy is the Thai-Lao co-founder of Courageous Kitchen who grew up in Seattle, Washington. As a child of refugees, she's endlessly curious about SE Asian cuisine, and an advocate for the rights of children. She believes the kitchen is one of the best classrooms!