ATLANTA, Ga., USA — Volcanica Coffee, an online specialty coffee roaster that imports 150+ exotic coffees from volcanic regions around the world, announces the expansion of its Organic Collection with new USDA Organic Certification coffee selections. Volcanica Coffee is a Certified USDA Organic Coffee roastery and has passed the extensive certification process and inspections.
According to the NCA’s National Coffee Data Trends survey, coffee drinkers are 44% more likely, or much more likely, to buy certified organic coffee.
“We’ve always carried Organic Coffee and wanted to offer more certified USDA organic options given the market demand,” says Maurice Contreras, CEO and founder of Volcanica Coffee.
Organic Coffee is distinguished from the other varieties in that they are farmed with only natural methods using no chemical pesticides or artificial chemicals.
The organic farms Volcanica Coffee sources rely on birds and other wildlife to care for any pests or bugs. For fertilizer, they use natural compost and volcanic soil, which is already rich in nutrients, resulting in pure Organic Coffee that is also Kosher Certified.
Below are new USDA-certified options and the company will continue to add additional certified USDA organic coffee options.
- Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Coffee USDA Organic – A unique USDA organic coffee with a complex origin and truly exotic flavor with pleasant acidity. Yirgacheffe is a coffee region in southern Ethiopia that produces distinctively floral and fruit-toned coffees from traditional varieties of Arabica long grown in the region from wild coffee trees. The best Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Coffee dry-processed tends to be medium-bodied, brilliantly acidic and contains rough fruity or winy tones.$21.99 (16 oz)
- Mexican Coffee USDA Organic consists of coffee beans with low acidity, a sweet smooth body, earthy and cocoa tones, and hints of freshly roasted sweet hazelnuts. $19.99 (16 oz)
- Mexican Dark Roast Coffee USDA Organic Reserve – The dark roasted version of this outstanding coffee that is characterized by its low acidity, sweet smooth body, earthy cocoa tones, and hints of freshly roasted sweet hazelnuts. This Mexican Dark Roast Coffee – Reserve from the Chiapas region gives you a truly clean and well-balanced cup. It’s also rated a low-acid coffee due to its lower acidity. $19.99 (16 oz)
- Peru Coffee USDA Organic – Also known as “Tres Cumbres” and is from the Chanchamayo region at the highest ranges of the South American Andes and the Amazon River basin. This USDA Organic Peruvian coffee produces a complex, full-bodied coffee with floral, smoky overtones, a bright aromatic finish, a low acidity, and a clean, bright aromatic finish. It’s also rated a low-acid coffee due to its lower acidity. $18.99 (16 oz)