Rabbit Hole Roasters

Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that our work takes place on the unceded lands of the Kanien’kehà:ka nation. Tiohtià:ke is a known place for many First Nations to live, meet and exchange, and we recognize the Kanien’kehá:ka as custodians of the lands and waters on which we operate everyday.

Tiohtià:ke, the place where nations and rivers unite and divide.

Haiti & Coffee


We are so happy to be bringing our first ever Haitian coffee. Haiti’s coffee history is a tale of colonialism, liberation and US intervention.

From being the world top producer in the end of the 19th century to still a top 3 producer in the 50s (volume wise), their coffee is now rarely seen on specialty roasters menu.

Make sure to try this unique coffee!

Articles & Series

Haiti transparency report

Haiti transparency report

We believe in sharing as much as possible about the coffees we buy, including as many details as possible about where the money is going along the ...

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