These coffees come with a good cause.

By Madeline Diamond
Updated July 11, 2020
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If you're an avid coffee drinker, there's a good chance you've become somewhat of a master at-home barista over the past few months. Whether you prefer espresso or drip coffee, iced or hot lattes, we've searched high and low for the best ways to make delicious coffee at home. We've also found a number of subscription services that allow customers to try blends from coffee shops all over the country, including Trade Coffee, which has an arsenal of over 400 coffees from the nation's top roasters.

And now, you can support local roasters and COVID-19 relief through Trade Coffee's Come Together Coffee program. Throughout the month, the brand is releasing special-edition blends from local roasters, inspired by their respective coffee communities. Plus, 100 percent of the profits from these coffees will be donated to a cause chosen by the roaster that's helping its community deal with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

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And if you're looking to try even more new coffee blends, check back on Trade Coffee's site every Wednesday for a new batch of roasters and their chosen charitable causes.

Cuvée Coffee

Location in Austin, Texas

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Cuvée Coffee is an Austin-based roaster that makes a wide variety of blends, as well as cold brew bags and canned nitro cold brew. This coffee comes from Peru, and features notes of molasses and chocolate.

The profits from this coffee will benefit OSD, an organization based in Austin that supports veterans and their families through social connectivity and professional development.

To buy:, $18

Gimme! Coffee

Locations in New York

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Gimme! Coffee is a specialty coffee roaster and retailer based in Ithaca, New York, though the brand has café locations in New York City and upstate New York. This coffee features beans from Colombia, and has both sweet and tart flavors.

The profits from this coffee benefit Opportunities, Alternatives, and Resources (OAR) of Tompkins County, an organization that protects residents’ civil liberties by providing legal counsel, bail funds, educational opportunities, and transitional housing, among other resources.

To buy:, $18

Kickapoo Coffee Roasters

Locations in Wisconsin

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Kickapoo Coffee is a Wisconsin-based, solar-powered roastery with three cafés across the state. This coffee is a blend from Burundi, which has brown sugar sweetness and a hint of sweet lime.

The profits from this coffee benefit the First Nations Development Institute's COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund, which is responding to American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian community emergency needs related to the pandemic.

To buy:, $18


Locations in California and Oregon

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Groundwork began in Los Angeles as a café and rare bookshop, but is now one of the state's first certified organic roasters, with locations in both California and Oregon. This particular blend features coffee from Peru, Brazil, Indonesia, and Ethiopia, and it provides chocolatey, nutty, fruity, and earthy flavors.

The profits from this coffee benefit One Fair Wage, an organization that provides aid to restaurant workers, service workers, and gig-economy workers who have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

To buy:, $18

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