About Bean North

Since 1997 Bean North Coffee Roasting Company Ltd has been roasting certified organic fair trade coffee in the northern boreal forest of the beautiful Takhini Valley, northwest of Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada. We have been offering coffee lovers a sustainable choice… premium quality certified organic and fairly traded coffees from around the world.

We believe that the farmers who grow our coffee deserve a high quality of life and a healthy environment to live and work in. Following that belief, we have been building long term working relationships with producer groups and paying a fair price. That ensures higher quality coffee and allows farmers and their communities to achieve some of their dreams.

We continue to be inspired by the people who grow and care for the coffee we buy, by our coop that facilitates its transport north, by those who roast and brew a magic blend and by customers who love our coffee and support what we do.

North to South, Fair Trade is about relationships, people, family, birds, and communities. By choosing to drink certified fair trade coffee you are part of a powerful medium supporting positive social and environmental action. Can you taste all this in a cup of Bean North coffee, you ask?

Yes! And you get great tasting coffee too…

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Coffee of the Month

November's coffee of the month is Cafe Justica. This new coffee from Guatemala is sure to warm you up! It's a sweet coffee, with a bright acidity, a full body and hints of cocoa and vanilla flavours. A delicious coffee!

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Our cafe is open 5 days a week! Come visit us between 11am and 5pm Wednesday through Sunday, to enjoy some quality time in our cafe in the woods. Our menu includes delcious espresso, baked goods, homemade soups, and grilled paninis. We're a a great post-playing-in-the-snow destination!

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