We believe real connections are possible between farmers and roasters without the presence of dispassionate intermediaries who treat coffee as a commodity.



We meticulously control each level of production to deliver exceptional quality and consistency. The attention to detail helps us ensure that we provide our roasting partners a diverse portfolio of coffees while providing meaningful impact in our community.



Integrating economic, social, and environmental sustainability is vital to our long-term success and that of our farming partners. At Abira, we back our wholistic view of a self-sustaining operation with quantifiable metrics and data tools to constantly measure our successes and failures.

For external accountability, many of our farms have certifications from RainForest Alliance, UTZ, CAFE Practice, and others. While no certification is all encompassing, they are a testament to our commitment to our values and goals.


An introduction to Abira’s QC: How do we produce great coffee?

It’s no coincidence that our coffee is among the best in the world. How do we do it? We cheat. Ok, so it’s not really cheating, […]

Abira Presents “Coffee traceability and sustainability blockchain solutions” workshop

Earlier this month, our head of blockchain and sustainability, Mel Vera, held a workshop during EthDenver’s impact track. At this ‘hacker workshop,’ Abira presented the challenges […]

Farmers in the coffee lab?

You probably don’t imagine farmers tinkering with a roaster in the coffee lab. With specialty coffee, it’s different. Any misstep, any lack of care, and a […]