Trucker hat has a canvas front and mesh back. It's breathable and stylish. Our baseball cap is canvas as well. It's a classic style with a classic fit.
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Kenya Nzaini Co-op (Light)
The Nzaini Co-op Society is based in Machakos County and is made up of about 546 members, each of whom delivers their harvested cherry to the central wet mill in Nzaini. The Cooperative has a total of about 260 hectares of coffee in production, and is part of the larger Kikima cooperative group, which has about 3,280 members in total. This lot goes through very selective harvesting, with cherries delivered to the wet mill immediately after harvesting is done. Coffee is sorted at the mill, then pulped and washed. The Nzaini wet mill produces about 16 metric tons of green coffee per year.
Brazil Sitio Colina (Dark)
Marco Angelo Scalco was born in the rural area of Poco Fundo, Brazil and has been growing coffee for 15 years with the help of his wife, Ana, and brother, Paulo. Mr. Scalo, a third generation coffee producer, inherited his farm from his father when he retired in 2012 after 50 years of producing coffee. Mr. Scalco believes that although his overall production might be smaller than some, the quality of his coffee more than makes up for it. "If your production is limited, you better have higher quality in order to keep up with high production costs and give a decent life to your family" he says. Sitio Colinais located in Cachoerinha, just outside of Poco Fundo, where the community coordinates harvest schedules so they can help each other avoid expensive labor costs. Their model of sharing machinery, warehousing, and other resources is an inspiration to other communities nearby.
Sumatra Aceh Keteira Sukarmi (Medium)
Ms. Sukarmi Ningsih is a second-generation coffee producer who owns a 2-hectare farm in Takengon, Central Aceh. Her plot has about 2,000 coffee trees in production and has its own wet mill used to process coffee prior to drying. Once dried, the coffee is delivered to the Ratu Ketiara Gayo Cooperative not far from her home. Ms. Ningsih is extremely grateful to be part of the cooperative and is proud of the coffee that he's able to provide to Royal New York as a micro lot.