Thread Coffee is a collectively-owned and operated small-batch coffee roaster committed to a transparent model of trade that promotes dignity, sustainability, and solidarity. Through hand-crafted, quality coffee we sew together organizational models based on participatory democracy and self- management.

 


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Our Current Coffee Offerings

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Single Origins:
Cafe Justicia – Guatemala
Pangoa – Peru
Comsa – Honduras
Fondo Paez – Colombia
Blends:
Fleurs du Mal
Printer’s Devil
60 Grit – Station North Tool Library Blend
Baltimore Rock Opera Society Blend

 

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DR Congo SOPACDI

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December Featured Coffee Solidarite Paysanne la Promotion de Actions Café et Development Integras, known as SOPACDI, formed in 2002 in response to the ethnic and gender-based violence plaguing Kivu Eastern Deomcratic Republic of... READ MORE

Thread Coffee is Moving!

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Thread is growing and we’re moving to a new location where we can set up our expanded roasting operations.  By 2017 we’ll be roasting onsite at Openworks! Check back for details. READ MORE

Rwanda Kodukak

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November Featured Coffee Fast Facts: Cooperative: KODUKAK primary cooperative (member of COOPAC) Name of the washing station / micro region: KIGEYO Atitude: 1900m Varietals: Bourbon  Certifications: Fair Trade – Organic   Kodukak is... READ MORE

Cafe Justicia

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October Featured Coffee Fast Facts: Members: 256 coffee farmers (76 women) Location: Lake Atitlán, San Antonio, and San Lucas Tolimán, Sololá Altitude: 1200-1800 Meters Varietals: Arabica – Bourbon, Catuai Diversification Projects: Hortalizas, honey... READ MORE