CHAMPION Breakfast
Blend (Organic)

Medium Roast Organic, sweet citrusy acidity with notes of vanilla, brown sugar and chocolate.

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MAJESTIQUE French Roast (Organic)

Roast (Organic)

Extra Dark Roast Organic with full caramelization of natural sugars in the bean. Rich, bold and full bodied.

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Roast (Organic)

Medium Dark Roast Organic with exquisite Vienna Roast method, slight sweetness.

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The term "organic coffee" refers to coffee that is grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers. Instead, organic coffee is cultivated using natural and environmentally friendly methods. The origins of organic coffee are closely tied to the broader organic farming movement, which emerged in the mid-20th century.

The development of organic coffee can be traced back to the 1970s. The organic farming movement sought to promote sustainable and ecologically sound practices, emphasizing soil health, biodiversity, and the well-being of consumers, farmers, and communities.

Organic coffee cultivation typically involves:

  • Natural Pest Control: Farmers use companion planting, natural predators, and other techniques to control pests instead of relying on synthetic pesticides.
  • Composting and Natural Fertilizers: Organic coffee farms often use compost and natural fertilizers to enrich the soil and promote healthy plant growth, avoiding synthetic chemical fertilizers.
  • Crop Rotation: To maintain soil fertility and reduce the risk of pests and diseases, organic coffee farms may implement crop rotation strategies.
  • Biodiversity: Organic coffee farms often prioritize biodiversity, planting a variety of crops and trees to create a more resilient and balanced ecosystem.
  • Certification: Many organic coffee producers seek certification from organizations such as the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) or other international certifying bodies. This certification ensures that the coffee meets specific organic standards.

Today, organic coffee is a significant segment of the coffee market, and many consumers actively seek out organic options due to concerns about environmental sustainability and a desire to support more ethical and ecologically friendly agricultural practices.

HEROES.com organic beans are purchased from coffee farms certified organic.