Making A Difference for Colombian Coffee Farmers

If you’re in a gift-giving rut, we have just the thing to break you out of it. The Together Coffee line has already brought a beautiful bold Ugandan coffee, as well as a delicate, light roast and rich and dark decaf roast from Ethiopia. Now, for a limited time, we’re offering a Colombian holiday roast with notes of butter toffee and orange that will compliment any seasonal gathering. (All Together Coffee is 100% natural. The tasting notes come from how the beans were grown and roasted -- just like fine wine!) Included with this specialty roast is a tumbler [...]

By |2020-12-04T22:33:42+00:00December 10th, 2020|Impact, Together Coffee|0 Comments

#TogetherCoffee and PSL 4Ever

There are some fall staples we just can’t live without. Fuzzy socks by the fire. Hocus Pocus playing on a loop. And Pumpkin Spice in your coffee.  Our team at Sseko HQ are Pumpkin Spice OBSESSED + have the perfect Pumpkin Spice cream recipe that perfectly complements any of our Together Coffee roasts!  Note: This recipe was originally made to complement Together Coffee made as a cold brew, however, it also blends perfectly with hot coffee! To view our coffee brewing guides please select one of the following: COLD BREW / EVERYTHING /  CHEMEX / FRENCH PRESS What You’ll [...]

By |2020-10-01T00:40:14+00:00October 8th, 2020|Together Coffee|0 Comments

Building a Business with Coffee: How Our Fellows Are Earning a Sustainable Income with Together Coffee

We launched Together Coffee in June and since then it has been making a profound impact on our Fellows community, their families, and their businesses.  As a company, we’d been dreaming up a coffee brand for a while now and had plans to see it come to fruition with the launch of our fall collection, but once Covid-19 hit and businesses around the world started shutting down, it became clear that we needed to take action on this idea as soon as possible in order to ensure we could take care of team both globally and here in the [...]

By |2020-09-18T19:55:21+00:00September 24th, 2020|Sseko Fellows, Together Coffee|0 Comments

Why Should I Shop Fair-Trade?

We are big believers in the importance of fair trade, but many coming to Sseko are learning about this certification for the first time. In an age where people are becoming increasingly conscientious about where they shop, how their products are made and who is making them, fair trade knowledge is a means by which you can start to shape how you shop.  What is fair trade? Fair Trade USA® describes it like this: “Fair-trade is a global movement made up of a diverse network of producers, companies, consumers, advocates, and organizations putting people and planet first.” Fair-trade establishes [...]

How to Brew Coffee at Home Like a Pro

Raise your hand if you lost your favorite coffee shop during the nationwide stay home orders? Even if it was just temporary, those realities forced a lot of people to seek at-home options for a lot of daily desires: entertainment, meals, and, yes, our sacred, beloved coffee.  So if you started to get the hang of home brewing during the shutdowns and enjoyed the savings and experimentation, here are some suggestions for leveling up your barista skills. Bolster Your Beans We all start out with a big brand K-cup or a tin of grounds our parents grew up on. [...]

By |2020-07-16T03:51:04+00:00July 16th, 2020|Sseko Tips, Together Coffee, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Together Coffee: Sseko’s Fairly-traded, Small-batch Coffee with Impact

We’re so proud to have officially launched Together Coffee!  Sseko Designs was founded under a mango tree in Uganda. There were many late nights spent tinkering with sandal designs and dreaming about a bright future for this business we were building. Our big ideas were fueled by Ugandan coffee, which was the most delicious we’d ever tasted. Little did we know that we’d return to that very drink to move Sseko into the next phase of our company.  Years later, Liz ventured to Ethiopia where she learned the phrase “buna tetu” which refers to “being together” but quite literally [...]

By |2020-06-03T18:43:32+00:00June 11th, 2020|Together Coffee|0 Comments
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