Nat’s Own Coffee
NAT’S OWN COFFEE
At Triple O’s, we believe our coffee should be more than just coffee – it should represent our philosophy as well: local, high quality and always good value. It’s why we’ve named our coffee after our founder, Nat Bailey, a man whose values have always been about doing what’s right.
With Nat as our inspiration, we set out to create coffee with a purpose. Working with partners who pride themselves on their responsibly sourced, great-tasting, small-batch blends, we roast our coffee locally and make sure it never wavers on quality, taste or sustainability.
Sourced from regions in Peru and Honduras, our signature Nat’s Own Coffee is made with 100% Arabica beans. It’s an ethically sourced, smooth, velvety roast with a clean finish with notes of dark chocolate, roasted nuts, and black currant.
COFFEE WITH A PURPOSE
Nat’s Own Coffee doesn’t just taste good, it does good for the planet, too. Our premium coffee blend is 100% Rainforest Alliance certified letting our guests know they are making a better choice – it represents that farmers and foresters are taking steps to make their products more sustainable, creating a better future for people and nature.
Our signature coffee is also “Beyond Fair Trade”, which ensures that a percentage of every pound of coffee sold is given back to the farming communities. This helps to fund projects that improve access to healthcare, education, and equality.
Working with our partners in the Amazonas region of north Peru and Honduras, Triple O’s is pleased to be able to support farmers from the Valle Verde and La Flor del Café coffee associations.
Triple O’s is proud to directly support two projects:
- Aiming to empower Peruvian women through their coffee journey, this project increases women’s access to credit funds to provide the capital to grow crops and access financial literacy training, paving the way for more women-owned and run farms and co-ops. At this time, there are 250 women coffee producers and their families that are beneficiaries of the program.
- In Honduras, this project is focused on women’s empowerment and family prosperity through the construction of a new childcare centre which includes meals and educational opportunities. Scheduled to open in Fall 2023.