But where does that coffee come from?
People are starting to care more about where we get our food, who grew it, where. If we can afford it, we buy fair-trade or organic. We are beginning to realize that our every choice has importance.
What if your daily cup of coffee, or the pot for your parish gathering, could be more than just a mass-processed product of unknown origin?
St. Nina's Coffee is roasted by the Sisters of St. Nina's Monastery with love, care, and prayer as part of our effort to become self-sustaining, living by the work of our hands like the Apostles before us. We source our beans from Crop to Cup, a small importer based in Brooklyn that works with small farmers and cooperatives producing fair-trade and organic coffees. Every cup of our coffee is made with love. And we all know that not only does something made with love taste better, it is better, for all of us.
Why not order a pack of St. Nina's Coffee and taste for yourself?