Mokafe Coffee

Our Process

From the mountains of Thiotte and Beaumont, Mokafe brings you the best coffee cherries handpicked by Haitian farmers, packed, and transported to our respective local cooperatives. The beans are then cleaned, triaged, and packed to a quality standard checked sac to be transported to Selecto in Port-au-Prince.

Arriving at Selecto, the coffee beans go through an important drying process. This method is the oldest method of processing coffee called “Kafe Pile”. The beans are spread out in the sun on a large concrete to reach the humidity level desired.

Our quality control staff then picks up the coffee to test for a well balance acidity, aroma and flavor. Once cleared by quality control, the most important process is roasting and grinding the beans to the specification Mokafe blend and packaged to such. The packaged coffee goes through an eye and smell check to be shipped.

Mokafe is then shipped to Charlotte, NC where it passes its clearance through customs and FDA. And lastly, Mokafe is distributed to its respective areas; its final destination, your cup. All this to bring back the history and richness of authentic Haitian coffee from farm to your home! Enjoy!

Our Coffee

Named for a commune in Haiti renowned as much for its lush seaside views as it is for its perfect coffee bean, Beaumont Tradition transports you to one of the most beautiful places in Haiti with its full-bodied taste of rich, earthy flavors and just a hint of chocolate.

The smooth finish of this medium-dark roast traditional coffee evokes the peace and serenity of Beaumont’s mountainous sea views.

Our Beaumont Tradition blend symbolizes our love for this land and what we desire for both Haiti and the world — Peace.

The national musical instrument of Haiti is the tanboo, a type of barrel drum. The oldest drums date back several centuries and are from old Haitian temples. The organic, versatile sound of the taboo can be used for dancing, general merry-making, and supposedly for healing, and according to professional drummers, the older the drum, the better the sound.

Our Tanboo Caramel’s sweet, buttery flavor recalls the rhythms of the island and its people. The bright honey notes that enrich the milder taste of this medium roast evoke the spirit of a people who stand strong in the face any given challenges by dancing and singing to the sound of drums.

There is a reason why the French nicknamed Haiti La Perle des Antilles (“The Pearl of the Antilles”) in the 1700s: the rich natural beauty of its stunning views and mountains lush with trees immediately captured their hearts.

The delightful aroma of our La Perle Vanilla embodies the island’s tropical landscape with its natural complements of sweet vanilla beans.

This light-medium roast coffee calls to mind the Haiti that once was and serves as a motivation to thrive once again for future generations to come.

Marabou is a word of Haitian origin that denotes multiracial admixture. The nutty, buttery flavor of our Marabou Hazelnut celebrates the different ethnicities that make up post-colonial Haiti, and the smooth finish of this medium roast evokes the harmony that we all seek.

The coffee’s bright walnut tones and mellow taste evoke the joining together of different cultures in the best way possible.

Our Coffee

Named for a commune in Haiti renowned as much for its lush seaside views as it is for its perfect coffee bean, Beaumont Tradition transports you to one of the most beautiful places in Haiti with its full-bodied taste of rich, earthy flavors and just a hint of chocolate.

The smooth finish of this medium-dark roast traditional coffee evokes the peace and serenity of Beaumont’s mountainous sea views.

Our Beaumont Tradition blend symbolizes our love for this land and what we desire for both Haiti and the world — Peace.

The national musical instrument of Haiti is the tanboo, a type of barrel drum. The oldest drums date back several centuries and are from old Haitian temples. The organic, versatile sound of the taboo can be used for dancing, general merry-making, and supposedly for healing, and according to professional drummers, the older the drum, the better the sound.

Our Tanboo Caramel’s sweet, buttery flavor recalls the rhythms of the island and its people. The bright honey notes that enrich the milder taste of this medium roast evoke the spirit of a people who stand strong in the face any given challenges by dancing and singing to the sound of drums.

There is a reason why the French nicknamed Haiti La Perle des Antilles (“The Pearl of the Antilles”) in the 1700s: the rich natural beauty of its stunning views and mountains lush with trees immediately captured their hearts.

The delightful aroma of our La Perle Vanilla embodies the island’s tropical landscape with its natural complements of sweet vanilla beans.

This light-medium roast coffee calls to mind the Haiti that once was and serves as a motivation to thrive once again for future generations to come.

Marabou is a word of Haitian origin that denotes multiracial admixture. The nutty, buttery flavor of our Marabou Hazelnut celebrates the different ethnicities that make up post-colonial Haiti, and the smooth finish of this medium roast evokes the harmony that we all seek.

The coffee’s bright walnut tones and mellow taste evoke the joining together of different cultures in the best way possible.