Koinonia Farm was founded in 1942 by Clarence and Florence Jordan and Martin and Mabel England as a “demonstration plot for the kingdom of God.” Other families soon joined, and visitors to the farm were invited “to serve a period of apprenticeship in developing community life on the teachings and principles of Jesus.”
Café Campesino was happy to partner with Koinonia as our first Wholesale Customer. Koinonia was excited about adding coffee to their product catalog, which itself began in as a way to support the community during racially motivated boycotts in the 1950s. We have enjoyed a long partnership with Koinonia. Please visit the Koinonia Farm website for more information.
This fair trade, organic, shade-grown blend of Honduran and Sumatran coffees has a low-medium acidity, nice rounded body and sweet, smooth cocoa flavor.
We always used to purchase five or six pounds of ground coffee when we traveled through Americus. Now we are traveling less. I made the fabulous discovery that I can get free shipping if I order lots of coffee.The Koinonia Farm blend is delicious. We have only found one Cafe Campesino coffee that we did not not like.