Harvested, roasted and brewed with intention, these seven Black-owned coffee brands are just a sample of how history, culture and social impact can be a part of your everyday coffee ritual.
1. Back to the Roots
The Get Down Coffee Co Drip Drip Light Roast
Owner of The Get Down Coffee Co, Houston White, creates coffee flavors with two things in mind: welcoming and diversity. The light roast blend features two different Ethiopian coffees. Light and flavorful, this coffee can be enjoyed all day long.
2. Start Your Safari with a Winner
Kahawa 1893 Safari
Margaret Nyamumbo, a third-generation Kenyan coffee farmer, founded and runs Kahawa 1893. Safari, an award-winning coffee, is a medium-dark roast with milk chocolate and caramel notes suitable for hot or cold brew. It’s a hit with coffee lovers and those starting their coffee safari.
3. Flavor Favors the Bold
BLK & Bold Rise & GRND Blend
Blk and Bold Rise & GRND blend is flavored with toffee, lemon and caramel notes. It’s a perfect medium roast for those who need morning help to get their day going.
4. Have Your Cake and Eat It Too
Red Bay Coffee Brazilian Cake Lady
Red Bay Coffee Brazilian Cake Lady is for those who like black coffee with a touch of flavor. The medium roast coffee has notes of golden raisin, nougat, and citrus zest, giving it a sweeter finish.
5. Meet the Press
Chicago French Press Maple Pecan Coffee
The Maple Pecan coffee beans are sourced from El Salvador and flavored with toasted pecans and Vermont maple syrup. Bonus: The Chicago French Press offers various grinds, such as Whole Bean, French Press Grind, Drip Grind, Espresso Grind and a Keurig Grind.
6. Down to Earth
Black Hills Bean Fruit Medium Roast Decaf Whole Bean Coffee
Check out this high-quality Bean Fruit flavor for those who need a boost but less caffeine. Also perfect for coffee lovers who like a little smoke and a taste of the earth with a touch of sweetness.
7. Candy Yams
Ezra Coffee Candied Yams Light Roast Ground Coffee
The holidays will be upon us soon enough, so get festive with Ezra Coffee’s candied yams. The light roast has notes of sweetness, nutmeg, and spice to savor, and it’s healthier than eating a plate of candied yams!