November 15, 2016 2 min read

I will admit it… I. Love. Coffee. It’s become a morning (and afternoon) staple of mine for quite some time. Artisanal coffee roasters have been popping up all across the country and the hunt for a great cup of coffee seems to be easier than ever. My most recent local favorite, however, comes from a great little roaster out in Austin, Texas who roasts (and grows, per se) some amazing coffee beans. The beans make all of the difference and you can truly taste the difference between a really great quality coffee and those that come from a typical large scale commercial roaster. It’s the reason we pack our newest flavors of granola and hot cereal with this great, small batch, artisanal coffee, from the folks at Fara Coffee in Austin. The quality of their coffee beans packs a powerful punch (and amazing flavor and aroma) into each batch of granola and hot cereal we make that truly make these products stand out from the rest.
Fara is an amazing company with some great growing and harvesting practices and we are proud to be a partner of theirs for our newest products. Fara Coffee is owned and operated by the Farahani family, which has been cultivating coffee for five generations. Fara Coffee operates 4 Rainforest Alliance-certified farms. The coffee beans are shade grown in Nicaragua and craft roasted in Austin, Texas. A portion of proceeds also supports the Fara Foundation, which provides 4 areas of assistance to the farmers and their families, including healthcare, food assistance, educational opportunities and elder care.
Lean more about this great company, their great products, and the people behind it at faracafe.com.
 
-The Wildway Crew


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