Coffee Beans Coffee Roaster


Established 2011

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Coffee Beans

Our Story

Coffee Roaster

Established 2011

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We have always been coffee lovers. But our lives were forever changed when we took what we thought would be a cute little tour of a coffee roaster while on vacation back in 2010.

“As it turns out, you don’t know how amazing coffee can taste until you try coffee made from freshly-roasted beans.”

As much as we loved coffee, we had never really, truly tasted it until that moment. And it became our mission to share this eureka moment with all Americans – most of whom do not have access to coffee roasted just for them.

We were on a mission to bring freshly roasted coffee to all Americans, and driven by our passion, Amora Coffee was born by the end of 2011. Our promise to you is simple: Amora uses the finest beans and a 9-stage roasting process and then cuts out the middle man, shipping direct to your door. What you get is coffee that hasn’t traveled from distribution center to distribution center before ending up sitting on a store’s shelves for who only knows how long. A difference that you can taste.

By 2015, with Amora Coffee in full swing, we added Amora Tea because tea drinkers deserve the same love. Fresh is always best. And Amora delivers. (Directly to your door.)

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The first project we will be supporting will bring clean water and sanitation to over 10,000 people in the remote Jabi Tehnan district of Ethiopia. We look forward to sharing our journey with you.

While we enjoy pure, filtered water in our coffee at home, the hardworking people that cultivate our favorite drink face a water crisis. Amora chose Project Waterfall to give back to those at the beginning of our process; our promise is to help provide the clean water that goes into our coffee, for those who make it grow.

“The people that grow our coffee are facing a . This crisis has the biggest impact on rural communities – so those very people who are growing our coffee are among those that suffer the most.”

Access to clean water is the first step in breaking the poverty cycle. Clean water not only improves the health and well-being of communities affected by the global water crisis; it also means greater access to education, income and ultimately a better life – especially for women and children.

Together, with the tireless efforts of Project Waterfall, we can help provide hand-dug wells, drilling teams, or water purification systems to create a sustainable source of clean water in areas devoid of it.

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