Woman Power


Exclusive roast to celebrate International Women's Day

This limited-edition, single origin coffee is one of three coffees we've introduced this March to celebrate Women Farmers.

Please note, when ordering 1kg you will receive four bags of our 250g coffee bags.

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In celebration of International Women’s Day

A unique coffee, grown and produced by a cooperative of 20 women in Zongolica, Mexico. This limited-edition blend is our tribute to the expertise of women coffee farmers in Mexico. The result is a delicious and distinctive coffee not to be missed. 

Woman Power is one of three coffees we’ve introduced for the month of March to celebrate women farmers. 

About The Coffee:
Country: Mexico
Farm: Woman Power Cooperative
Process: Washed
Tasting: Caramel, Apple, Tropical Fruit
Roast Profile (1-5): 3
Variety: Caturra, Catuai, Sarchimor, Marselles
Altitude: 1,250–1,700 MASL

A bag of single-origin coffee from Mexico. Grown in the Zongolica region, Veracruz. 

The region is deeply influenced by the rich, ancestral heritage of its people, most of whom identify as part of the Nahuas indigenous group. Across generations, the Nahuas have shared their language and wisdom about plants, rivers, animals, mountains, the planet, and the universe through storytelling by their elders. 

Coffee farms in this Zongolica are also agroecosystems, meaning the farms take into account the impact of the farming well beyond the farm and work to balance the energy and nutrients to preserve the region’s biodiversity.

On each of the 20 Woman Power Cooperative farms, the coffee was pulped with hand-cranked de-pulpers, washed and dried on patios for 15 days.


The women who contributed to Woman Power are also part of NKG BLOOM. This is an initiative of Neumann Kaffee Gruppe (NKG) that supports the long-term viability of green coffee supplies, providing smallholder farmers with the opportunities and resources to run their farms at full potential and escape poverty.