UPDATE: Orders now close THURSDAYS at MIDNIGHT for Meal Boxes delivered the following week!

Ripe Coffee
Ripe Coffee
Ripe Coffee

Ripe Coffee

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Please note: All orders must be made in conjunction with a Zero Waste Pantry Box before MIDNIGHT THURSDAYS (the week before the order is due) to be included in deliveries/pickups from Monday-Friday the following week. 

To add products to a pre-ordered subscription, simply order them separately and we will collate all your orders into one box for the week. 


Now you can get your coffee fix freshly roasted and waste-free in your Zero Waste Pantry Box!

To get them as fresh as possible, we send your orders to Ripe Coffee on Monday morning, they then roast, weigh and pre-grind their coffee beans, put them in our reusable jars, and deliver them to us, so we can deliver them to you! 

In 250g quantities for $12/jar ($48/kilo) this is one of the best prices you'll find Ripe's Beans! Why so low? We just want to help people get their coffee Zero Waste! 

You can now choose from two tantalising flavours, available as whole beans, or pre-ground for filter, plunger, espresso, or stovetop.

About the Beans...

*new!* Peru - Rio Mapacho

Grower: Association of Coffee Producers from Valle Río Mapacho
Variety: Typica, Caturra, Catimor
Region: Province of Paucartambo, District of Challabamba, part of the biosphere of the Manu Reserve (Buffer zone of the Manu National Park).
Harvest: July - December
Altitude: 1630 – 1720 m
Soil: Loamy/Sandy
Process: Washed
Drying: Raised beds
Cup notes: Red Apple, Nutmeg, Afghan Cookie


Guatemala – Huehuetenango

Grower: Association of Special Coffee Producers of Huehuetenango (ASOPCE) | 450 members
Bourbon, Catuai, Caturra, Pache, and San Ramon
Huehuetenango, Guatemala
December – April
1350 – 2050 masl
Clay minerals
Fully washed
In the sun
Roast Depth:
Filter roast
Cup Notes*:
Black cherry, banana, brown sugar
Background Information: In Huehuetenango the coffee grows well with 450 families with farms coming together through a cooperative called the Association of Special Coffee Producers of Huehuetenango (ASOPCE) to overcome the obstacles of farming. Each family uses their own micro-mill to process their harvest, which allows for meticulous care in cherry selection, depulping, fermenting, and drying the coffee. ASOPCE has a centralized warehouse to store dried parchment until it is time to move the coffee across the country and with their access to technical assistance the farms are managed in the best way possible.

*Cup Notes are just things with similar flavour profiles, these are not ingredients in the coffee

For more info on Ripe Coffee check out their website!