Flaherty works in collaboration with Singing Rooster, a nonprofit based in Wisconsin that assists Haitian coffee farmers on the ground and helps to develop coffee markets in the United States. According to co-founder of Singing Rooster, Molly Nicaise, “Passionate people like Greg is exactly what coffee farmers the world over need. By helping Haitians to sell their products globally and to help them to create in-country jobs provides dignity and economic autonomy to a people who are craving such opportunities.”
On Thursday afternoon, November 15th, Greg is hosting a Haitian coffee farmer at 504 Main Street and will be advising him on creating a coffee roasting company near Les Cayes, Haiti. By helping this farmer and his group to understand the workings of a roastery, he’s arming Haitians who are eager to create their own businesses and support their own families.
Tas Kafe is one of few places in the country that offers the rare Mountain Blue coffee; Pushcart Coffee Shop in New York City now offers their freshly roasted Haitian coffee.
Find Tas Kafe’s Haitian coffee locally at 504 Main Street, Beacon NY or at Pushcart Coffee, NYC: 221 East Broadway (at Clinton) or 362 2nd Ave
To learn more about Singing Rooster's work in Haiti, see http://www.singingrooster.org
Their green Haitian coffee beans are 100% Arabica and wet processed. They currently source their beans from the Dondon, Artibonite, Beaumont, Cavaillon and Thiotte regions of Haiti.
Varietals: Arabica typica, Arabica blue mountain.
Cupping Notes: soft sweetness, hints of chocolate, medium body, balanced cup, mellow acidity.
Two words: smooth & rich
To learn more about Singing Rooster's projects or to support their work through donations, see their website:
Singing Rooster's Haitian Mountain Bleu coffee (http://www.singingrooster.org/
100% of Singing Rooster's proceeds go BACK to Haiti; our goal is to build economic infrastructures based, in part, on coffee growing, production and exportation.
Drink our Coffee. Build an economy. Pass it on.