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    Look here for Equator news, stories from the farmers we love working with, tips and tricks from our baristas, and everything you need to know about the world of fair trade, organic coffee. This is a coffee lovers blog.

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    from crop to cup.

  • Seasonal Coffee Artist Series: Winter With Anne Moore

    Our latest coffee from the Seasonal Coffee Artist Series is Winter Seasonal featuring artwork from Ottawa Valley artist Anne Moore.  Introduce your...
  • Producer Profile: Edil Adonis Benitez

    Our latest Single Origin microlot is a honey-processed medium roast from the COMSA cooperative in Honduras. This coffee was produced by farmer Edil...
  • Equipment Review with Chris - Grinders

    Are you looking to make improvements to your home coffee set-up but don’t know where to begin? There are many products on the market that claim to ...
  • Stir up community with Stir It Up Collective and Equator Coffee

    Stir It Up Collective is a local organization that supports women’s recovery from sex trafficking through healing, skills development and employmen...
  • Seasonal Coffee Artist Series: Fall with Jill McCubbin

    Jill McCubbin moved to Almonte 24 years ago with her family to open a bookstore. “That’s my background: Books. Reading, studying, discussing, selli...
  • B Corp Certified, Two Years On

    Certified B Corporations are a new kind of business that balances purpose and profit. They are legally required to consider the impact of their dec...
  • Seasonal Coffee Artist Series

    The Seasonal Coffee Artist Series invites local talent to
    featured on bags of Equator Coffee.

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  • From the Single Origin Series: Bolivia AIPEP

    Bolivia is a landlocked country in South America, nestled between Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina, Chile, and Peru. A third of the country is made up o...
  • Origin Feature: Nicaragua

    Why is Nicaragua such an important origin to Equator?  The name Equator Coffee Roasters was chosen for a reason: to ‘Equate’ the benefit of drinkin...
  • Equipment Review with Chris - Espresso Machines

    Are you looking to make improvements to your home coffee set-up but don’t know where to begin? There are many products on the market that claim to ...
  • Where does coffee come from and how does that impact the flavour?

    There is a growing movement for understanding where your food comes from. From the meat on your dinner table to the almond milk in your fridge, und...
  • Seasonal Coffee Artist Series: Summer with Ahlena Sultana-McGarry

    Ahlena is a Pakistani-Canadian cross-disciplinary artist who visually explores diaspora and her own multiracial identity. Working digitally she cre...
  • Light vs Dark Roast Coffee - Which One is For You?

    Some like it dark. Others like it light. Some want bold and chocolatey. Others prefer bright and floral. Ever wonder why coffee tastes so different...

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