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Cold Brewed #haitiancoffee recipe

Cold Brewed Haitian Coffee Recipe: Haitian coffee is ideally suited to make a rich, chocolaty cold brewed coffee with low acidity and malty flavors.  Cold brewed #Haitiancoffee carries notes of cherry chocolate, with a smooth, Guinness-like sensation and a lower acidity than traditional iced coffee.  Plus, you get the satisfaction of employing Haiti’s small producers. Listen:  cold brew is WORTH the time.  Plus, the slow release caffeinated kick is awesome!  It’s less acidic and more tasty vs. iced coffee (pouring hot coffee over ice).  It’s … Read More

#haitiancoffee salutes Mothers of Thiotte

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Moms in Haiti need jobs, not handouts. They want clean water, food security, access to schools and medicine. The coffee industry in Haiti employs thousands. Women working in coffee is significant: picking coffee cherries, sorting / processing coffee, and everything in between. We’ve known the bean sorters of Thiotte for years. They’re a lively group of women who are thankful for a job. How can you thank them? Put #haitiancoffee on the table each morning. Buy your 2 monthly bags of Haitian coffee online (even … Read More

Impact of Planting Coffee Trees in Haiti

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Your donation reforests Haiti w/ income-providing coffee trees and has BIG impact: In 1923, 60% of Haiti was covered by lush forests; by 2006, less than 3% remained. Your donation allows #singingrooster to plant seedling nurseries that #reforestHaiti mountains with income-providing coffee trees.  Across the years, we’ve planted tens of thousands of trees in Haiti’s highest mountains / coffee lands: Fond Jean Noel Beaumont (the eye of Hurricane Matthew – TOTAL devastation) Thiotte Cahos/Artibonite Dondon Baptist An Example: The Impact of $8000 (the perfect size nursery) … Read More

Happy Easter! John 3:16

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We have a long tradition at Singing Rooster of celebrating holidays by presenting interesting and perhaps unknown facts about special days. Holy Week is celebrated by many but not all Christians. It’s the week before Easter and includes Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday. Easter is the most important celebration for most Christians. Easter comes from the Anglo-Saxon, Eostre, the name of the goddess of spring and commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Maundy Thursday is the day before Good Friday, the … Read More