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‘Oneness’, the ultimate truth of the universe remains a mystery for most of us. It is the most obvious, but still remains inexperienced by most.

It is this ‘oneness’ that keeps us grounded, united and harmonious. It is this oneness that we need today for the coexistence of the people and the planet. Inspired from this sense of ‘Ekata’, we introduce Oneness Coffee – beans that are born out of harmony in nature.


At Ekata, the well-being of our people and planet takes precedence above all. To protect it, we have embraced production practices that are mindfully designed to reduce our carbon footprint.

Our organic farming methods ensure sustainable agricultural practices that help us preserve the biodiversity of the surrounding ecosystem.

Our commitment to organic farming practices stems from a deep-seated belief that they offer numerous benefits for coffee enthusiasts and the farming community.


Better for the body

Our coffee is free from synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, which means that it does not contain harmful chemicals. This makes our coffee a healthier choice. Not just for the consumer, but also for the farmers who grew them.


Better for the environment

Our farming practices promote biodiversity, which helps maintain a healthy ecosystem. By choosing our coffee, you are supporting ethical farming practices that help protect the environment.


Better for the farmers

Our coffee is grown by farmers who receive a fair price for their hard work. This helps them earn an honourable livelihood.


Better-tasting coffee

Our coffee beans are grown in the shade, which gives them a unique flavour profile that is complex and rich.


At Ekata, we believe that the cup of coffee that makes someone’s morning should also be the reason for someone else’s smile.

When we call our beans oneness coffee, it not only suggests the superior taste profile of our coffee but also the mindful process that went into making it.

Adhering to the formidable Demeter standards, we are a farm-to-cup biodynamic coffee community, producing coffee that supports the people involved, and the biodiversity of the environment.

Our pesticide-free farming preserves the natural habitat of birds, animals, and honeybees while keeping our water bodies and farmers healthy. We also ensure fair payment to our farmers, keeping them happy and fulfilled.

From growing the bean and processing it to roasting and packaging it, everything in our chain is mindfully crafted to reflect the ethos of our brand – Harmonize with nature’s infinity.


IMO Control Private Limited (IMO India)

An independent certification body in India for organic agriculture, carrying out audits and certifications since 1995. It was the first Indian organic certifier to obtain international accreditation under ISO 65 in 2004, for its superior inspection and certification standards.


This is an EU organic certification that can only be used on products when they contain at least 95% organic ingredients. The remaining 5% is gained under strict conditions.

National Program for Organic Production

A program under the Government of India that has set standards for organic production systems, criteria, and procedures for licensing of Certification Bodies. Their rules and regulations are also aligned with other International Standards for the import and export of organic products.


Demeter is the strictest standard for organic agriculture worldwide. This international standard is given to those brands that follow the biodynamic principles of agriculture which prohibits the use of synthetic fertilizers, chemical plant protectors, and artificial additives. Only strictly controlled and contractually bound partners who adopt scientific measures to strengthen the life processes in the soil are permitted to use this brand name.


CQI is the only third-party green coffee quality evaluation and verification that is globally recognized. Q CoffeeTM is a consumer quality mark that evaluates and verifies the specialty status of the coffee. It is an identifiable trademark that allows the consumer to make sure they’re purchasing specialty coffee. Ekata houses certified Q graders and Q processors.

SCA(Speciality COffee Association)

The Specialty Coffee Association is a non-profit, membership-based global organization that supports activities to make coffee production a more sustainable, equitable, and thriving activity. Ekata is a proud member of SCA and gets access to world-class events, education, research, and standards of best practices within the “specialty coffee” value chain.

FSSAI (Food & Safety Association of India)

Food Safety and Standards Authority of India is a statutory body established under the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India. This body has been established under the Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006, which is a consolidating statute related to food safety and regulation in India.

Purpose precedes presence in our plantations across the world.


History has it that Baba Budan, a Sufi monk who went on a pilgrimage to Mecca returned with seven coffee beans hidden in his beard. Evading the watchful eyes of his Yemeni hosts, he traveled 6500 km across the sea to finally plant them in Chikmagalur – all inspired by a sip of ‘qahwa’ he took on his way back. Making Baba Budan’s dream a reality, Ekata chose this region in Karnataka to grow the most authentic organic coffee ever grown here. In India, we also have plantations across the Araku Valley in the Eastern Ghats and Silent Valley.


Revered as the ‘motherland for coffees’ and ‘origin of all origins’, Ethiopia was chosen because of its longstanding coffee tradition that dates back to the 9th century. Here, Ekata is now creating a better habitat for the farmers, who are the original heroes of this land, by offering a helping hand in building schools, empowering women in their society, and improving their healthcare sector. Ekata has plantations in Guji, Sidamo, Yergacheff, Nansebo and Dhimtu.


Amazon is the lungs of planet earth. Latin America and coffee go hand-in-hand without a shred of doubt. Our production and auxiliary efforts in Cusco, Sacred Valley, Machu Pichu, and Lima have played a big part in protecting the indigenous tribes, the ecosystem, and reforestation movements in the region.