A small business with big goals

A Transparent Coffee Sector

We are committed to continuing ongoing conversations about transparency and its role in producing more equitable, resilient supply chains. Our current transparency commitment is to paint you a meaningful picture of what was paid and to whom. We do this in a jargon-free, contextually appropriate manner with the goal of cultivating an understanding

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Equitable Partnerships

With the goal of intentional equity we will continually reflect on what it means to nurture our emerging organizational racial equity identity, specifically How we talk about our mission, vision, and values; How racial equity informs our organizational strategies; Who we partner with; And how we resource the work (and don’t).

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Establish Atlanta as a World-class Coffee City

Extending the global expectation of excellence to specialty coffee, we celebrate the kicka** roasters scattered around the state, grow the local coffee market and cultivate a coffee curious city.

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Inclusivity

Reducing the barriers to participation through diverse and frequent partnership is just one of the ways we are making the local coffee scene more inclusive.

As a queer owned business, we actively seek partnerships with other queer, womxn and BIPOC led organizations and look for ways to have a collective impact.

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Enjoy the best coffees from around the world, roasted from the best of Georgia specialty coffee roasters.

Partnership Coffee

Partnership Coffee

Explore the array of partnership currently coffees available. From blends to single origins, we are confident you'll find joy in...

Finca Swag

Finca Swag

Artist created merchandise is always locally sourced and produced. 

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📍 10 10 White St SW, Atlanta, GA 30310

⏰ M-F: 8a-1p, Sat & Sun: 9-2pm

Our Thoughts

  • The Year of the Womxn.

    The Year of the Womxn.

    Yesterday with much trepidation I asked a roaster to cancel an order for a few coffee mugs.  I only gained the confidence to type “ I hate to be a pain, and will certainly avoid doing so in the future, but can I cancel the mug order” after asking my partner if it was bad form to ask for a refund. I talked myself down such a rabbit hole, feeling guilty for making extra work for someone, for causing a fuss. The fear of making a request that might make me more of a complicated client for them, lead them to ‘drop me’ was so daunting that I almost avoided it entirely.

    Where in the world does this aversion to taking up space come from?

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  • The impact of buying shopping local

    Shop local Atlanta
    There are innumerable ways that small businesses give back. Local businesses contribute to a unique sense of place of a community that fosters community pride. They tend to give back more charitably than big box stores and create more local jobs. As well, local businesses, in ways chain businesses do not, increase the richness of the local economy. For every $100 spent at a locally owned business, $43 stays in the local economy. Reversely, only $13 of the $100 remains in the local economy when spent at non-locally owned businesses. These extra dollars circulating in the community are an investment in local job creation and preserving diverse and prosperous communities.
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