The q-grading of coffee is a process that consumers don’t typically get access to, and Cafe Solar is not your average coffee. It’s a supply of green coffee that’s built to mitigate climate change, and its q-grading process (which is the confirmation of any coffee’s quality) represents an important aspect of this specialty coffee’s unique, transparent supply chain. Official Q-Grade Results Q-grading this year’s (2019/2020) harvest of solar dried coffee is Karen Jull, accredited Merchants Q-grader and Grocery Brand Manager for Cafe Solar coffee. Karen’s extensive background in food product development combined with her past experience cupping and grading various solar dried coffee harvests over the years qualify her in providing a valuable sensory perspective on the development of this solar dried coffee. See our “Corporate Documents” page to download a copy of Karen’s q-grade results, in which she scored the coffee an 82.75. A completely impartial at-source Q-grading of…
Better coffee is here addressing better taste and climate change mitigation. This green coffee is the product of a first-of-its-kind restorative program.
In true spirit of environmental campaigning we spent Saturday August 24th, with our friends at the Patagonia store in Toronto collecting names and support for our upcoming Climate Change Coffee program!
Around here, we’re calling it a Christmas miracle! As of today, the new Cafe Solar harvest is here in our shop, and we couldn’t be more excited to bring this supremely sustainable Honduran coffee to market.