Really Good Goods

We Curate Really Good Goods.

Welcome! Here at Really Good Goods, we sell specially curated goods with a social cause. We want to tell the great stories behind the products of social enterprises, bringing together a collection of goods from the region. For a start, we bring you coffee and tea from a lesser known country- Timor Leste. 

Hailing from the Letefoho sub-district in Emera district, our coffee is grown organically on high altitudes under shade. These Timor hybrid beans are freshly roasted on demand in Singapore by local social enterprise Bettr Barista for the best flavours and aroma. Our tea are grown, handpicked, washed, sundried and packed into premium tea bags by women groups in Maubisse.

100% of the profits from the sale of Really Good Coffee this year will go towards a school building fund for a Methodist school in Dili, Timor Leste, creating access to good education for Timorese children.

Yes, you will be doing good when you purchase our coffee, but don't buy just because of the social cause, buy because they are REALLY GOOD GOODS. 

Really Good Coffee

Organically grown in high altitudes above 1400m, these beans are also the winner of the first cupping competition in Timor Leste with an average score of 84.45. 

We source our coffee beans from a social enterprise in Timor Leste- Cafe Brisa Serena, who works closely with farmer groups in a region called Letefoho in the Emera district to teach them better farming techniques and purchase higher quality beans from the farmers, paying them a higher rate.


Really Good Tea

Hailing from Maubisse sub-district in the Ainaro district in Timor Leste, our organic herbal teas are grown and handpicked with care by women under the coffee cooperative COCAMAU.

These tea comes from social enterprise PARCIC (Pacific Asia Resource Centre Interpeople's Cooperation) who work with the coffee cooperative and the women groups in Maubisse, helping them produce better quality agriculture products that can improve their livelihood.


About Timor Leste

Home to 1.2 million, Timor Leste is the youngest country in Southeast Asia, having obtained its independence in 2002 after years of turbulence. This lesser known country has beautiful landscapes and is also home to some of the best specialty coffee in the region. 


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