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Espresso Roast Single Cup Capsules

Posted on: September 5th, 2014 by Andre Desomier No Comments
espresso roast single cup capsules box Description:
A full-bodied intense blend that is roasted longer to achieve dark glistening beans, this produces a distinct burnt caramelly sweetness with rich smoky aroma.

Tasting Notes:
Rich, complex, intense, syrupy

Origin: Multi-Region

Intensity Meter: 9

100% Arabica Coffee

For use in the Keurig®K-Cup® brewing machine. Barrie House Coffee® has no affiliation with Keurig® Inc. or K-Cup®. Keurig® and K-Cup® are registered trademark of Keurig® Incorporated.

Barrie House Is Moving to Elmsford, NY

Posted on: March 29th, 2013 by Andre Desomier No Comments

Starting May 6, 2013 Barrie House Coffee Inc. will have a new address:

      Barrie House Coffee Co., Inc.
      4 Warehouse Lane
      Elmsford, NY 10523

In preparation for the move to our new and improved facility we will be closed a few days.

Closure Dates:

  • Offices and warehouse closed 5/2/2013 and 5/3/2013.
  • Manufacturing facility closed 4/29/13 to 5/10/2013.

Our offices will be open during the manufacturing shutdown. Barrie House stock items are not affected by the shutdown.

If you have any questions, please contact us or call 800-876-2233 or contact your Barrie House Coffee salesperson.

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Coffee – Fair Trade Certified

Posted on: January 2nd, 2013 by admin No Comments

Fair Trade’s mission is quite simple; quality products through improved lives and protecting the planet.  Fair Trade is primarily concerned with alleviating poverty through greater equity in international trade; many products besides coffee are Fair Trade certified.

Fair Trade is governed mostly by the Fair Trade Labeling Organizations International (FLO). In the U.S., it is governed by Fair Trade USA, which resigned from the international system in early 2012. Fair Trade certifications under the FLO, are only available to democratically-organized cooperatives of small producers, not individually-owned farms, estates, or farms that use hired labor. Fair Trade cooperatives receive a minimum price per pound and a premium if the coffee is also certified organic. How this price premium is distributed to the farmers or to community projects, etc. is up to the cooperative.

Under Fair Trade USA, independent small producers and estates can gain certification.

Currently, both Fair Trade USA and Fair Trade International use similar certification standards:

  • both do not have criteria related to growing coffee under shade
  • Both have standards regarding wildlife that are relatively generic
  •  Neither require organic certification
  •  Both organizations charge producers an annual auditing fee.

The Fair Trade certifications offer a general and relative assurance to retailers and consumers that Fair Trade producers in the developing world are getting a fair deal for their work.