Cultivated by indigenous people across the globe and craft

Cultivated by indigenous people across the globe and
craft-roasted on the Qualla Boundary, North Carolina.
T
ribal Grounds Coffee
is crafted from beans
grown and harvested
by indigenous people
across the globe.
Roasting only the finest
hand-picked coffees, our
blends form a connection
between indigenous people
and their histories.
We believe in the ancient wisdom that every action affects all
things–even the act of making a cup of coffee. Our passion is
for building long-term relationships with indigenous people
as we craft and distribute their coffees. We invite you to
embrace and support this coffee renaissance.
TRY OUR CRAFT-ROASTED BLENDS
Rattlesnake Mtn. - Espresso Blend
Sunalei - Light Roast
The Long Runner - Dark Roast
New Moon - French Roast
Kuwahi Kawi - Full-City Roast
Deep River Decaf - Swiss Water
SERVICE
OFFERINGS
SAMPLING OF
OUR CLIENTS
Our coffee is available wholesale
in 12 oz. and 5 lb. bags.
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M
itsitam Cafe - National Museum
of the American Indian, Smithsonian D.C.
Re-seller of Astoria® and Bunn®
Espresso Machines and Equipment.
We can offer you significant
savings on new equipment.
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hubarb Restaurant - Asheville, NC
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C
anyon Kitchen - Sapphire, NC
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B
ison Coffee House - Portland, OR
Offering special service and
equipment rates to fidelity clients.
Contact us for both fidelity rates
and service only rates.
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G
ood Shepherd Mission - Fort Defiance, AZ
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M
useum of Contemporary Native Arts Museum Store, Santa Fe, NM
Natalie Smith
Owner & Operator of Tribal Grounds Coffee,
Indigenous Woman
To establish herself into the community of her
birth, Natalie opened the first specialty coffee
house on the Qualla Boundary (Cherokee Indian
Reservation). Using specialty coffees grown by
indigenous farmers, she noticed cultural parallels
between those farmers and her own family. To bring
those parallels to light, in 2006 she began roasting
on her own, sourcing more indigenous grown coffee,
and calling her company Tribal Grounds. To create
trade relationships with other indigenous people, Tribal Grounds deliberately
seeks out organic and fair-trade coffees grown by small production indigenous
coffee farmers. Their first roaster to farmer trade relationship was with a
family farm in Honduras (Cafe Lenca). Currently, Tribal Grounds focuses only
on roasting and distributing these very special coffees, and continuing to grow
their direct trade relationships to offer you coffees that have come all their way
through indigenous hands.
PH.
828-736-9736
natalie@coffeewithculture.com
COFFEEWIT H C ULT URE . C O M
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