Get creative with a Creative Box

Choose your favorite specialty coffee and pair it with a limited-edition art piece

Creative Box

12oz. of coffee with a 4x6" art print. Choose your coffee below.

Sustainably Sourced

Portion of Proceeds go to Artist

100% Specialty Grade Arabica

Creative Box

12oz. of coffee with a 4x6" art print. Choose your coffee below.

Single Origin

Portion of Proceeds go to Artist

100% Arabica

Creative Box prints

Any of these 4x6" prints can be paired with your Creative Box. Proceeds go directly to the artist.

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Taste notes: Chocolate, seared honey, citrus
Type: Single-origin
Origin: Costa Rica, Coto Brus
Variety: Caturra, Catuai
Elevation: Grown at 1220 to 1524 meters
Processing: Fully Washed
Producer: Hacienda La Amistad

90% of Land used for Preservation

Organic Since 1940

Shade Grown

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Taste notes: Mixed berries
Type: Single-origin
Origin: Ethiopia, Yirgacheffe
Variety: Ethiopian heirloom
Elevation: Grown at 1850 meters
Processing: Sun-dried on raised beds
Producer: Worka Collective

Sustainably sourced

Single Origin

100% Arabica

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Taste notes: Caramel, plum
Type: Single-origin
Origin: Guatemala, Acatenango
Variety: Bourbon, Catuai, Caturra
Elevation: Grown at 1200 to 1600 meters
Processing: Fully Washed
Producer: Santa Elisa Pachup

Sustainably Sourced

Micro Lot

100% Arabica

Available Creative Box prints

Any of these 4x6" prints can be paired with your Creative Box. Proceeds go directly to the artist.

Together Strong by Voodo Fe'

No Vacancy by Zoë Lintzeris

Ray Parts by Ahmed Gamal

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Taste notes: Chocolate, seared honey, citrus
Type: Single-origin
Origin: Costa Rica, Coto Brus
Variety: Caturra, Catuai
Elevation: Grown at 1220 to 1524 meters
Processing: Fully Washed
Producer: Hacienda La Amistad

90% of Land used for Preservation

Organic Since 1940

Shade Grown

The Story

Hacienda la Amistad is owned and operated by Roberto Montero, a third generation coffee farmer who's grandfather first came to the area in 1889. Roberto’s commitment to organic farming pairs harmoniously with his commitment to his community and sustainable practices.

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During the coffee harvest, Roberto provides housing and free access to medical care for the seasonal pickers who come to La Amistad with their entire families. 90% of Roberto's land is protected rain forest, a rich ecosystem that is a sanctuary to diverse flora and fauna, including more than 400 species of local and migratory birds. The United Nations and UNESCO declared his biological corridor to be a World Heritage Site and part of the World Biosphere Reserve.

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Taste notes: Mixed berries
Type: Single-origin
Origin: Ethiopia, Yirgacheffe
Variety: Ethiopian heirloom
Elevation: Grown at 1850 meters
Processing: Sun-dried on raised beds
Producer: Worka Collective

Sustainably sourced

Single Origin

100% Arabica

The Story

Located in the south-eastern corner of the coveted Gedeo-Zone, the narrow area of Yirgacheffe is famous for it's savvy farmers. This area is known for producing some of the most beautifully perfumed natural coffees in the world.

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Ripe cherries are carefully hand sorted, dried on raised beds, and turned regularly to avoid over-fermentation or mold. In 2005 the Worka Cooperative joined the Yirgacheffe Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union, an organization established to support a sustainable coffee supply for cooperatives in the region.

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Taste notes: Caramel, plum
Type: Single-origin
Origin: Guatemala, Acatenango
Variety: Bourbon, Catuai, Caturra
Elevation: Grown at 1200 to 1600 meters
Processing: Fully Washed
Producer: Santa Elisa Pachup

Sustainably Sourced

Micro Lot

100% Arabica

The Story

Carlos Fontan has been involved in the world of coffee farming since he was a little kid. His father, also an agricultural engineer, took him to farms where Carlos learned about soil and water quality first hand from farmers who were able to provide him with their personal expertise on how best to grow high-quality beans that would be sought after by cafes and roasters around the country.

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This micro lot farm is named Santa Elisa Pachup after a tree called Chup that is found providing natural shade to many of the growing areas on the farm. Santa Elisa Pachup is committed to the health and sustainability of the area and preserves 91 hectares of land as natural forest and for reforestation with Cyrpress. Carlos takes pride in the farm's huge potential in the world of specialty coffee with the objective of letting people see that Guatemalan coffee farms can deliver both productivity and quality.

Coffee and art for everyone

The Creative Box was designed to promote creativity and make freshly roasted coffee and exclusive artwork more accessible.

We hope you have a smile on your face every time you receive a Creative Box.

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