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  • Equator Coffee Roasters

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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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  • Equator Releases its First Premium Gesha Coffee

    Equator Coffee Roasters releases its first premium Gesha coffee - a microlot grown by Homer Alarcón Gayoso in Jaén, Peru. Gesha, a varietal (as in,...
  • Buy Coffee = Plant Trees with our latest Coffee for a Cause

    “Coffee for a Cause” is a campaign that raises money for a charity or cause whose mission we believe in. It’s simple: for each cause-focused coffee...
  • Seasonal Coffee Artist Series: Spring with Bailey Cherry

    Bailey has been a part of the Equator family since moving from Saskatchewan to Ontario in 2017. She has recently started in a management position a...
  • Sustainably Delicious - Celebrating B Corp Month with a Honey Latte

    In celebration of B Corp month, we have teamed up with our friends at African Bronze Honey, a fellow Certified B Corporation, committed to doing business for the good of people and the planet.
  • Oily Coffee Beans - What’s the Deal?

    This blog post was updated on March 17, 2021 Coffee beans. Rich, aromatic, chocolatey brown coffee beans. If you open up your coffee canister right...
  • What is Honey Processed Coffee and Why is it so Delicious?

    Our Peru Huabal microlot is made up of a special selection of honey-processed coffee that comes from a group of 12 dedicated, talented farmers with...
  • Seasonal Coffee Artist Series

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

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  • Freshly Ground Coffee - A Game Changer

    *This blog was originally posted in January 2016 and has since been updated. The number one way to improve your morning coffee routine is to grind ...
  • Seasonal Coffee Artist Series: Winter with Sarah Jaynes

    We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Sarah Jaynes, an artist, mother, wife, and teacher based here in Almonte, Ontario.
  • New from Equator: Coffee for a Cause

    Coffee for a Cause is a new campaign from Equator Coffee that raises money for a charity or cause whose mission we believe in.
  • From the Single Origin Series: Sumatra Silk of the Gayo Mountains

    Rising abruptly from the coastal plains of Sumatra’s northern-most province, the mountains of Aceh Tengah (Central Aceh) are the historical home to the Gayonese people. The ideal growing conditions of this region have supported the long history and unique quality reputation of “Gayo Mountain” coffee.
  • Artist Series: Fall with Anya Johnson Poon

    The latest coffee release from Equator Coffee Roasters is the Fall Seasonal, formerly known as Harvest Roast. The artwork adorning the bag is broug...
  • From the Single Origin Series: Honduras Gerardo Penalba

    Gerardo Peñalba grew up in coffee. Since he was a small child he would watch his father work the farm and from an early age it became a labour of love for Gerardo. When he came of age and married his wife Fátima Maradiaga, they together undertook the start of a family enterprise, improving their family livelihood and as he became a third generation coffee farmer.

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