Being close to nature has made us the company we are today. Our farmers grow the best specialty coffee, our sourcers go out and find it, and then our beverage developers make sure each of its natural flavors truly shine.
The mountains are special place. It's where Green Mountain Coffee Roasters<sup>®</sup> was born. Its where we developed our adventurous spirit and commitment to improving the lands through sustainably sourced coffee. We're driven to bring the world a richer, better cup of coffee.
Grab a cup, and get out there.
And coffee is so personal to people and kind of a ritual to some, and just to know that you made something that people might be looking forward to.- Lauren Abendroth,
Beverage Development Scientist
Every region tastes uniquely beautiful
In Indonesia, coffee beans are picked and pulped on the very same day. This is known to create complex flavors with a dark, full body and heady aroma.
Tropical fruits, brown sugar and warm spices
Central America’s volcanic conditions are renowned for their combination of medium body and acidity.
Cocoa, caramel, graham crackers, honey and white fruit
Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee. Here the altitude, climate and volcanic ash soil are perfect conditions for the mild and bright, beautifully balanced beans.
Plums, apricots, cocoa and caramel
Due to the high elevation and lush soil conditions, East African coffees are considered full and fruity.
Winey fruit and blackberry
Knowledge of the land <br> makes for better coffee
We as coffee buyers have to be very connected to what’s going on with every origin. With the continuously fluctuating market conditions, we need to be able to make quick purchasing decisions on the more than 30 coffee origins.- Beto Pimentel, Coffee Buyer & Fourth Generation Coffee Farmer