Every year around Halloween we release a limited amount of this aptly named Haitian coffee. Named after Savane Zombie, a coffee-producing town in Haiti, where it's grown at a slightly higher elevation than other Haitian coffees. It also contains several more varietals, which produces a coffee that is the more complex outlier in the midst of smooth, low acid Caribbean profiles.
This cooperative, being smaller is size, is able to produce 600 bags of coffee and pay growers significant prices for their coffee cherries.
The cooperative is paid roughly 300% higher wages than the Fair Trade minimum, not out of charity, but for having an exceptional product.