SweetIndigo™ Coffee Beans
Wait. SukkhaCitta sells coffee beans? What did I miss?
SOIL TO SOIL, A REGENERATIVE FARMING PROJECT
As you know by now, everything we make has a (super cool) nerdy backstory. Remember our SweetIndigo™? We thought, what if we can turn the waste plants after we've extracted the Indicants (blue dye) into something that can regenerate the soil AND give back to even more farmers?
So for 3 years, we've experimented in drying them into compost. The compost is then distributed to coffee farmers in the village to replace synthetic fertilizers. This reduces the use of chemicals in the fields while saving costs for the farmers!
I know. This is literally what makes us excited.
CHANGING THE WORLD STARTS AT BREAKFAST
A few years ago, I started mentoring several social enterprises as a personal pay-it-forward project. One of them was Titik Balik, who now roasts your beans :) They're passionate to train youth inmates in LPKA Jakarta (Lembaga Pembinaan Khusus Anak) to equip them in coffee roasting skills so they can have a chance to thrive post-release.
Beyond supporting this re-training initiative, 100% of the proceeds of your SweetIndigo™ Coffee Beans will be used to fund our Rumah SukkhaCittas, our craft schools across Indonesian villages.
HANDPICKED FOR YOU!
Bertram and I literally only drink this coffee, and I know some of you have tasted it during our Christmas markets. Our farmers are currently harvesting these beans which will be freshly roasted right before we ship them to you.
We have very limited beans, so if you'd like to be the first to try, you can Pre-Order them now for delivery by the end of the month.
BEAN ORIGIN | Central Java, Indonesia
ROASTED AND PACKED | LPKA Jakarta
We use only traceable natural materials and plant dyes. Grown regeneratively and processed without any chemicals.
12 Families Impacted
Our radical traceability means you know exactly who made your clothes. Providing living wages while sustaining heritage cultures.
1% for Biodiversity
Proceeds fund our reforestation programs, turning degraded soil into abundant forests for communities most in need.