Selected by our green buying team in Acevedo, Colombia, this lot was then sent to a decaffeination plant in Colombia where it was processed using Ethyl Acetate derived from Colombian grown sugar cane. Fruited, clean, sweet - we think this is a truly delicious coffee.
At Necessary we work with a small group of trusted supply chain partners who share our commitment to the pursuit of long-term, mutually beneficial business relationships with the coffee producing communities that we buy from.
Our foundational sourcing partnerships go back multiple years. Though Necessary was founded in 2019, our sister company, Passenger, has existed since 2014. During countless trips to coffee producing countries, our sourcing team has been presented with the same question over and over: "what will it take for you to buy more of our crop." Necessary was created to answer this question—to be a home for these delicious coffees that are equally deserving of a good price, and present the everyday flavors most coffee consumers look for.
Since our start in 2019, all Necessary coffees have been sourced in close collaboration with the same small group of supply chain partners: Osito Coffee and the Divino Niño producer group in Colombia, the Long Miles Coffee Project in Burundi, and the Kata Muduga Farmer’s Cooperative Union in Ethiopia.
New Compostable Coffee Bags
Necessary's new 325g plant based coffee pouches are fully compostable! These pouches can be composted in a commercial composting facility or even in your own backyard in 90 to 180 days.
Certified by BPI® (Biodegradable Products Institute) & DIN.