Killer coffee is committed to giving back to our community by supporting the coffee farm communities with every purchase made.
BTW, we refuse and promise to never add artificial flavoring to our beans.
We are Killer Coffee, we do not kill the original bean flavor and stay true to the origin and hard work that goes into the beans. #killbadcoffee
But don’t get us wrong, we love to try and mix other natural flavors when preparing our coffee drinks😎
WHO IS BEHIND KILLER COFFEE?
We are a small, women & veteran owned company. Coffee experienced + lovers + baristas, designers and dreamers.
A multicultural and diverse team that believes in people.
We are excited about change and we’re guided by bright, talented visionaries who share our sight.
Nicolas Martinez. Mexican Q grader.
How we started?
Located in South Florida, Killer Coffee Company began operations in August 2021, focusing on online retail, in-person sales at organic markets, and direct supply beans (roasted or green) to coffee shops and restaurants looking for high-quality coffee.
All of the beans are purchased directly from small farmers; most of them organic and award-winning beans in Mexico.
By skipping the middleman, much of the proceeds go directly to the producers and their communities, creating a better quality of life and coffee for all.
Coffee courses, tastings, exhibitions, events, and farm visits continued to reaffirm our desire to bring Mexican specialty coffee to the homes of coffee lovers who were still settling for low-quality coffee.
All this knowledge was brought to Gabriela’s first business in 2016, “Bendito Cafe” the best specialty coffee bar in Playa del Carmen, which was awarded a certificate of excellence for three consecutive years by Trip Advisor.
After a tireless struggle to survive the pandemic in Mexico, Bendito had to close its doors after four and a half years in business in the summer of 2020.
And this is why Killer Coffee Company was born in the summer of 2021. This is the project of three hard-working coffee lovers. Jessica and Gabriela, identical twins of Mexican origin, have been determined to lead a project and join a community of women entrepreneurs to start their businesses.
Their partner Derek, an Army veteran and husband of Jessica, has also wanted to start a business for some time now. A go-getter type, he always encourages others to follow their passion and enjoy the best of life.
Contact us if you need a personalized quote for your business: cafeteria, restaurant, bakery, you name it! We offer wholesale prices.