Kiri Coffee - Every Bag Sold Plants A Tree!
"Every Bag Sold Plants A Tree!"

The Team
James Blundred - master roaster
Marcus Coleman -product design
Leonardo Egawa - brazilian legal | coffee export

Adam Good - distribution
Captain Rich Green - export | import
Joey Keating - new products | kuerig | shots

Chris Sanders - c.e.o. | importer
Ford Seeman - c.f.o. | investment

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importing coffee since 1992

"The top 10 most expensive coffees in the world."

10. Coffee Yauco Selecto AA (Puerto Rico) – $24/lb.


Cultivated in Puerto Rico’s Yauco Area, the Coffee Yauco Selecto AA is an exquisite coffee worth $24 a pound. Its mild flavor but delicious taste is something that coffee lovers from all over the world, particularly those who have the money, go crazy about. Its popularity has swelled as it can now be enjoyed by other people other than those who live in Puerto Rico.

9. Starbucks Rwanda Blue Bourbon (Gatare/Karengera, Rwanda) – $24/lb.


The Starbucks Rwanda Blue Bourbon is basically a type of coffee bean that can be found in Gatare and Karengara, Rwanda. Starbucks introduced this to the country when the company visited Rwanda’s coffee washing stations back in the year 2004. Nowadays, you will find coffee farmers growing the Blue Bourbon coffee plant as one of their main crop products. It is not as expensive as the other types of coffee included in this list, but it is definitely costly for its price of $24 a pound.

8. Hawaiian Kona Coffee (Hawaii) – $34/lb.


The Hawaiian Kona Coffee is the name for the commercial coffee being cultivated and grown on the Mauna Loa’s and Hualalai’s slopes, specifically located in the South and North Kona Districts of the island of Hawaii. Only coffee that has come from these districts can be referred to as ‘Kona’. The Hawaiian Kona Coffee is known for its comforting taste, which you can enjoy for $34 a pound.

7. Los Planes (Citala, El Salvador) – $40/lb.


Los Planes is a type of coffee grown in Citala, El Salvador. In the 2006 Cup of Excellence, it received second place, with the first place being secured by the $50-worth El Injerto coffee. For $40 a pound, it is quite expensive, but it is still definitely something that can change your perception on how coffee should be made.

6. Blue Mountain (Wallenford Estate, Jamaica) – $49/lb.


The Blue Mountain coffee, from the name itself, is grown in Jamaica’s Blue Mountains. The best produce of this particular type of coffee is known for its lack of bitterness and mild flavor. Over the last decades, the coffee was able to develop a reputation, which resulted in it becoming one of the most sought-after, albeit very expensive coffees in the world. More than 80 percent of this coffee is being exported to Japan. If you can spend $49/lb., make sure that you give the Blue Mountain a well-deserved try.

5. Fazenda Santa Ines (Minas Gerais, Brazil) – $50/lb.


For a price of around $50 per pound, the Fazenda Santa Ines Coffee is definitely one of the costliest coffee products around the globe. It is a product of Brazil, particularly of Minas Geraiz, where it is grown, bred, and cultivated. Its production in the Fazenda Santa Ines farm is quite impressive, as the coffee is still grown in a traditional manner. No automated process whatsoever is involved. When asked to describe how it tastes, people will automatically say that it is reminiscent of the sweetness of berries and caramel.

4. El Injerto (Huehuetenango, Guatemala) – $50/lb.


The El Injerto coffee originated from the Huehuetenango, Guatemala territory. In the year 2006, this coffee produced by the El Injerto was able to take home the Cup of Excellence grand prize. The El Injerto coffee, despite only getting the 4th spot on this list, still has quite a hefty price tag attached to it, as you can only purchase it for a minimum of $50/lb.

3. St. Helena Coffee Company’s Island (St. Helena) – $79/lb.


St. Helena Island, which is situated around 1,200 miles from the coast of Africa, is where you will find the St. Helena coffee being cultivated and bred. Its popularity is all thanks to Napoleon Bonaparte, who praised it and sowed seeds himself on the St. Helena Island. If you can afford to spend around $79 a pound for your cup of Joe, then by all means, go ahead and give the St. Helena Coffee a try.

2. Hacienda La Esmeralda (Boquete, Panama) – $104/lb.


The Hacienda La Esmeralda coffee is grown specifically in Boquete, Panama. People from all over the world enjoy this type of coffee because of its unique taste. It is mostly cultivated under the shades of old guava trees. If you want to be able to try the Hacienda La Esmeralda coffee, be prepared to pay for a minimum of $104 a pound.

1. Luwak Coffee (Indonesia) – $160/lb.
Kharma Coffee
our Indonesian Coffee blended with 3 other beans
won coffee cup of the year in Denton Texas
for over 10 years in a row at the Kharma Cafe
on Fry street in Denton master roaster James Blundred.

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our high end coffees will retail for $16.00 a pound minimum
and have since 1992 coming from
Brazil, Columbia, Indonesia, and Vietnam

We are able to get these coffees for $0.85 to $1.95 a pound
We buy in bulk.

kiri coffe every bag sold plants a kiri tree

You can get involved early on with our coffee importing from Brazil.
100% of the investment owns 50% of the return on investment
after costs have been paid back to investor.
Investor shall receive 75% of the proceeds until costs are met.

Sustainable Forestry owns 50% 
for product sourcing and packaging.

We have the coffee from Brazil and the Packaging & Marketing concepts geared for a new distribution market.  Investor has first right of refusal on all following containers from specific coffee exporters, countries, farms, and or operations. 
Price per pound is from $0.85 - $1.75 raw bean.
We sell our bags at $16.00 a pound!
 wholesale roasted at $3.00-$12.00lb.  retail $5.00 - $160.00lb.


The Coffee Breakdown as provided by - the Colonel
a 20 foot shipping container
holds 250 bags
Each bag weighs 60 kilos (132 lbs.)
this is green coffee
green coffee keeps forever, just keep it dry
(37,500 lbs.) of coffee, - 40,000 max.
the standard shipping quantity.

equals: 37,500 pounds

(1.33 pounds of green coffee yields 1 pound of roasted coffee)
(So a 132 pound bag will yield us about 100 pounds of roasted coffee)

Each investment can solidify a 132 pounds bag from our sources.
This makes 100 pounds of roasted coffee. We package it.  We sell it.

If we need to make 4,000 bags to fill a distribution channel's minimum order
That would be 4,000 pounds of roasted coffee
which would be 5,320 pounds of green coffee
According to the Wall-Street Journal in November of 2013
we can buy coffee at 1.00 a pound!
In fact the Brazilians are mad that their prices are so low.
Now is the time to jump on it.

Cost of packaging: BAGS at .49 with air valve per pound / bag
4000 bags at .49 cents = $2,000 in packaging

Total Costs at: $7,320
not included fees which should be noted are
graphic design, website, shipping, and distribution costs.

exporter is paid upon shipment
(Investor is paid back first)
4000 pounds sold at $3.00 a pound which is the lowest
yields $12,000.00 -$7,320 (paid back to investor first)  = $4,680.00
$4,680.00 profits at 50/50% divided leaving $2,340.00

4000 pounds sold at $4.00 a pound
yields $16,000.00-$7,320.00 = $8,680.00
$8,680.00 at 50/50% divided leaving $4,340.00

4000 pounds sold at $8.00 a pound
yields $32,000 - $7,320 = $24,680.00
$24,680.00 at 50/50% divided leaving $12,340.00

4000 pounds will be retailed out at $16.00 a pound
yields $64,000 - $7,320.00 = $56,680.00
$56,680.00 at 50/50% divided leaving each $28,340.00
(This will be our website price)

our coffee retails for $16.00 a pound minimum
and has since 1992 coming from
Brazil, Columbia, Indonesia, and Vietnam
(these are confidential sources)

Let's estimate our price at $2.00 a pound after packaging and transportation.
our ROI increases dramatically every time we shrink the size of the product
a 1 pound vacuum sealed bag returns $16.00 a pound for coffee
a kuerig size shot returns $32.00+ a pound for coffee
its all about the packaging
Mantis Destroyer
its all about causes  like giving local people fresh drinking water and power
and for us it supports our Branding which supports and pays for planting trees!
facts about coffee in
The best coffee in the world is now coming from Brazil. Especially from the islands along the Brazilian Coast.  US Merchant Marine Captain Rich Green has been captaining the gulf seas since the 1980's.  In 1992 Chris and Rich started sailing the seas together.  Our logistics are solid.  Chris' cousin, Leonardo Egawa is an attorney in Sao Paulo, Brazil.  Together Chris, Rich, and Leo have gathered what they feel represents the best coffee farms in Brazil!  Because there are different farms, and each farm has its own unique flavor, each farm could become its own distinct brand.

distinctive branding and investments contact:
Chris Sanders
Ford Seeman 

Kiri Coffee, Forest Coffee, Mantis Coffee

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