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DEFENDING HUNTING, ONE CUP AT A TIME

Direct Trade coffee made by hunters, for hunters.

Grant Woods

Deer Biologist, GrowingDeer.tv host

Jimmy Sites

Spiritual Outdoor Adventures TV host

Coffee for Hunters, by Hunters

Fuel your day with coffee that supports coffee growing communities and the hunting industry. We're avid hunters and avid coffee drinkers, who merged our passions to produce coffee that does good for both coffee and hunting communities.

No matter where you buy your coffee or who roasts it, someone had to import the green beans. The reality is, many green coffee importers view the world very differently than we do, and would support lobbyists that fight against hunting and our way of life. Well, not only are we hunters too, we donate to causes that support our conservation and hunting lifestyle.

From the family coffee farmer to your hot steaming cup of Hunter's Blend Coffee, you can rest in the knowledge that every step of the way, your coffee has been in the hands of hunters from a pro-hunting company.

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Coffee With Purpose

We buy directly from family farms in Nicaragua and Thailand to make Hunter's Blend. Bypassing 5-6 middlemen, we can pay the farmers 2 times or more than what they used to get paid. It's not a hand out or social program, just good business and paying what the coffee is worth.

The farmers are doing good locally with their increased income, helping to reduce poverty. In Nicaragua, Diego has been able to improve working conditions and sponsor over 30 pastors to plant churches. In Thailand, the farm co-op provides dignified employment to 80+ women- many of whom were previously exploited in some form of sex trade.

Back in the USA, we stand behind causes and organizations that help the hunting industry. It's GOOD coffee that is doing GOOD, here and abroad. Not bad for a cup of coffee!

Ripe coffee cherries in Thailand
Bagging green coffee in Nicaragua.
Our friend Pat, with his green coffee in Thailand.
Young coffee plants in Nicaragua

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