Earlier this year we announced an exciting new partnership being brewed up in conjunction with Josh and Amy Allen, Jubala Village Coffee and Ekklesia – Church at Raleigh. The idea was to create a brand of coffee sourced from a micro-lot in Guatemala at better-than-fair-trade prices, whose profits would in turn be used to support our work among the people of La Limonada.

This idea eventually became the Full Circle Coffee Project, and the official launch event took place last month with their first offering from Nahuala, Guatemala – in partnership with Cafe Feminino.

Now that the coffee is bagged and in stock, we want to make sure you know how to get your hands—and, more importantly, your taste buds—on it! Those in Raleigh can continue to purchase this coffee in person at Jubala or Sola Coffee Cafe.

Fortunately for everyone else near and far, the coffee is also now available online via the Jubala store!

As always, thank you for the many ways you support our work in partnership and solidarity with the La Limonada community. Ordering your coffee from the Full Circle Coffee Project will help our remarkable partners in La Limonada to continue to do what they do with such love and faithfulness.

– Bill Cummings, Executive Director