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Singing Rooster - Buy Delicious Haitian Coffee Online

Drink our coffee. Build an economy. Pass it on!

Our Mission : We sell Haitian coffee because it supports Haiti's economy & we use it to raise money for our work in Haiti. We've raised nearly $30,000 JUST by drinking coffee. Moreover, we buy our coffee from Singing Rooster.org -- a wonderful nonprofit doing great work in Haiti who meets, then exceeds principles of fair trade.

We use the Rooster's coffee parish-wide at fellowship hour, and parish-level coffee coordinators hold special coffee sale fundraisers: church bazaars, holiday fairs, when the bishop visits!

If you're a nonprofit looking to make a lasting difference in Haiti, ask Molly at Singing Rooster to help your organization use Haitian coffee in your fundraising. We did & we're thankful.

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Singing Rooster's Haitian Mountain Bleu Coffee comes from a single origin and is natural. Put simply, Haitian farmers can’t afford chemicals; they use organic methods like composting and shade-grown techniques. Haitian Mountain Blue coffee comes from the same type of coffee plant & is grown in a similar region -as the wildly successful Jamaican Blue bean - but at a fraction of the price. $7.20 a bag goes back to Haiti: $4 to haitian coffee farmers, $3.20 to the Haiti Project.

Full City
Medium Roast

Medium-Dark Roast

Dark Roast

Medium-Dark Roast

Tasting notes : Tinges of lemony highlights balanced by a chocolatety body. Brightness of a lighter roast with a rich finish.

$9.50 - whole bean or ground?


Tasting Notes : Roasty goodness, rich chocolatety body, subtle citrus undertones. Smooth. Ideal for fundraisers.

$9.50 - whole bean or ground?


Tasting notes :
Deep, smoky-taste with hints of attractive bittersweet flavors. For those who like it well done.

$9.50 - whole bean or ground?


Tasting notes :

Roasty goodness, hints of dark chocolate. Balanced cup, mellow & smooth.

$10.50 - whole bean or ground?


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Price: Each 12 oz bag of Haitian Mountain Bleu Roast is $10 - 100% of proceeds go back to Haiti. Shipping is automatically calculated using the US Postal Service.
New: Full City
Medium Roast
New: Vienna
Dark Roast

Cupping notes : Tinges of lemony highlights balanced by a rich, chocolaty body. Smooth & Lingering finish.

The best of both worlds: brightness of a lighter roast with a smooth, rich finish. Characteristics of the Haitian bean shine.

Medium dark brown in color, good for varietal character.

Ground or Whole Bean


Cupping Notes : Definitive roasty goodness, hints of dark chocolate, medium body. Balanced cup, mellow acidity. Smooth.

Ideal for fundraisers, grocery stores, those who enjoy a rich, smoky-taste with subtle lemon undertones.

Moderate dark brown with occasional light surface oil.

Ground or Whole Bean


Cupping notes : deep, smoky-taste with hints of attractive bittersweet flavors, lighter body (all dark roasts have lighter bodies).

Ideal for consumers who like it well done -- deep, smoky taste with nuances of black chocolate.

Dark brown in color, shiny with oil, black undertones.

Ground or Whole Bean


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Decaf Cupping Notes : Definitive roasty goodness, in this medium roast. Delicate dark chocolate, medium body. Balanced cup, tinges of brightness.



Coffee makes an excellent gift – birthdays, holidays or for the hostess
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Support our coffee seedling program:
50 cents buys a seedling for a farmer.

It takes 4 years for a tree to start producing coffee after which it produces about a pound of roasted coffee annually. Coffee trees are productive for only a few years and need to be replaced often.

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Questions about our coffee? Want to know how you can use Haitian coffee to raise funds for your nonprofit? contact Molly: molly@singingrooster.org or 608. 721. 0622

Our Mission The Haiti Project is an Outreach Ministry of the Episcopal Dioceses of Milwaukee. We work in partnership with others from all walks of life who share the belief that education, clean water, access to medicine, and compassion are basic human necessities.

Ending poverty in Haiti is multifaceted, and we take our role of stewardship seriously. That’s why more than 90% of our expenses are used for programs that directly affect the people living in Haiti - especially the small and mountainous community of Jeannette. 100% of our funding comes from private sources, including individuals, churches, corporations and grants.
Our collective goal is to promote self-sufficiency and independence.

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Diocese of Milwaukee - Haiti Project
804 E. Juneau Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53202

Project Coordinator:

Ann Brophy

Diocese of Eau Claire Coordinator:
John & Carol Meacham
N5910 Yellowsands
Spooner, WI 54801

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Ask Molly at Singing Rooster -- how your organization can use Haitian Mountain Blue/Bleu coffee to raise money for your own work in Haiti and elsewhere around the world. The Haiti Project has raised over $25,000 JUST through coffee sales. Singing Rooster meets and then exceeds principles of Fair Trade

Singing Rooster - a registered 501 (c)3 nonprofit - provides direct assistance to coffee farming communities in Haiti for the sake of self-sustainability, dignity and economic autonomy.

We help cultivate and process high quality, gourmet Haitian coffee. Then we buy/export tons of green Haitian coffee beans and create new markets for it: roasted coffee, green coffee beans for home or commercial roasters, fundraising with coffee, and wholesale coffee to commercial roasters, cafes, and stores. This enables a stable outlet for our farmer partners and provides partial funding for our interrelated support -- we return 100% of the proceeds of coffee sales back to the farmers and their communities.