With Mother’s Day just around the corner, we’ve created a list of Gifts for Mom that you can purchase right here on the website. No matter how motherhood looks for the person you call “mom,” we’ve got ya’ll covered!

Mom Fuel
New - Decaf Cream City
Brew Pot
Rishi Elderberry Tea
Peach Candle
Coffee Blossom Honey
MiiR Camp Mug
Espro P6
Manual Brew Bandanna
Brew Methods Tea Towel


BLOOM: This spring-inspired offering is brought to you from our long-time partners in Chirripó, Costa Rica and Huila, Colombia. This coffee delivers a fruity, yet balanced flavor profile that’s sure to let some light into your life. We engineered this blend to pair perfectly with sunny mornings and fresh spring growth. And look at that label–it’s an art piece in and of itself! Get a one-pound bag for $16 or a five-pound bag for $68.

*COMING SOON – MOM FUEL: Wherever they are on the magical spectrum that is motherhood, Mom Fuel is here to celebrate moms! Composed of Peruvian and Colombian coffees, Mom Fuel celebrates mom and motherhood in all forms. With sweet, fruity notes of stone fruit and berries paired with the smoothness of chocolate, Mom Fuel is just right for the occasion. Celebrate Mom with Mom Fuel! Starting Thursday, grab a half pound bag in our cafes for $9 or two half-pound bags at for $18.

DECAF CREAM CITY: The roast level on this coffee is just enough to make it accessible to anyone—it’s not too dark, and it’s not too light. Decaf Cream City is a bewitching brew that will have you convinced that you’re drinking the real stuff. It delivers on all of the drinkability of our classic Cream City but conveys none of the “zing!” Grab a one-pound bag for $16 or a five-pound bag for $68.


RISHI SIMPLE BREW TEA POT: A great addition to mom’s collection, Rishi’s Simple Brew Teapot is a stellar way to enjoy a hot or iced cup of tea at home or at the office. The glass pot allows mom to watch their favorite teas infuse, expand, and dance. The built-in strainer keeps all of their tea in the pot for future steepings.

ELDERBERRY HEALER TEA: This soothing botanical blend has a rich, cordial-like flavor that highlights sumptuous elderberry. Elderberry has been used for ages in folk herbal remedies to support the immune system. Warming ginger and replenishing hibiscus help to fortify the blend. A touch of licorice root lends a hint of natural sweetness while essential oil of grapefruit provides a pleasant brightness in the finish. Grab the Rishi Loose Leaf tea HERE or the Rishi Tea Sachets HERE.

PEACH TEA SOY CANDLE: This is not technically tea, but this Peach candle gives off some serious delicious tea vibes. We collaborated with Milwaukee Candle Co. to create an experience that would capture the essence of peach tea with this 100% soy candle. Tea isn’t just for drinking and this candle is proof.


COFFEE BLOSSOM HONEY: Did you know that coffee farms also produce other deliciously pure products? Coffee blossoms are the delicate white flowers that grow on coffee plants and also are behind this Coffee Blossom Honey. This honey comes from Jorge Mendez’s coffee farm in Guatemala called Finca El Apiario. This subtly sweet honey with delicate lavender notes is perfect for any coffee enthusiast.

MiiR FOX CAMP MUG: MiiR’s take on the classic enamel camp mug takes the campin’ cup of the past to a whole new level. Then, we decided to slap on a couple of foxes on a tandem bike to remind you of the beauty that comes from working together. Still great for camping, but also for everyday use, our MiiR Fox Camp Mug is a seriously handsome vessel.

ESPRO COFFEE FRENCH PRESS P6: ESPRO has rethought the French Press. The sleek P6 has a double-walled stainless steel body that retains heat so mom’s coffee will stay hotter than the traditional glass versions. With its double mesh microfilters, mom will get the smoothest, cleanest cup possible — far cleaner than any other French Press they’ve previously had. Great coffee that stays hotter for longer? Count us in.

COFFEE SCIENCE JOURNAL: Whether mom plans on penning her next novel or writing her to-do list for work, our Coffee Science Journal is up for the challenge. Write in style, with this bound 80 sheet lined notebook. Fill up your cup, find your muse, and get to work.

MANUAL BREW BANDANNA: The recipes for our favorite manual brew methods are at your fingertips with our Manual Brew Bandanna. The AeroPress, Chemex, French Press, and V60 are beloved by Coffee Geeks near and far and now you know the how-to behind these faves. Bonus points for the fact that it’s printed on a soft poly/cotton bandanna, one of the most versatile accessories around.

TEA TOWELS: We plan on officially petitioning to change the name to “coffee towel,” but that’s another story. Did you know that tea towels date back to the 18th century? Own your very own piece of history with our SCC tea towels!. Great for drying dishes or hands, use as a napkin, and so much more, this machine washable flour sack is just what your kitchen needed. Get the Eye Tea Towel HERE or the We Are Coffee Geeks Tea Towel HERE.


SCC GIFT CARDS: Versatile by virtue, gift cards make a perfect gift for mom! Snag our Web E-Gift Cards (which can only be redeemed at HERE or shop our Cafe Gift Card (which can only be redeemed at our Stone Creek cafes) HERE.

Shop all these ideas and more when you click the button below. And send these straight to mom’s door with free carbon neutral shipping. Don’t forget to add the handwritten note option so mom gets a nice gift message!

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At Stone Creek Coffee, social responsibility is a foundational element of our identity. We believe that a commitment to the environment must coexist with other elements of social responsibility for a holistic approach to doing our best for the world and others.

Stone Creek Coffee will regularly audit and identify areas of environmental strength and weakness within the overall operations of the organization.  We will attempt to reduce any negative impacts to air, surface water, ground water, public health, community quality of life, and employee health while producing coffee that is sweet, clean, and juicy. Stone Creek Coffee will strive for continual improvement in pollution prevention while meeting or exceeding all regulations.

Jessica Sheridan, Director of Coffee 
As a mission-driven company, at Stone Creek Coffee, we believe in serving and enhancing the local communities we live and work in.

We believe that the socially responsible practices we apply daily in our internal operations can proliferate with the involvement of our stakeholders, customers, and our communities. In each community where our employees work and live, we — as Stone Creek Coffee and individual members of the community — actively create opportunities to play a positive role through various initiatives. These initiatives include support of important charitable organizations through monetary and/or material donations, promoting volunteerism, and more.

In line with our mission to be socially responsible, we also commit to the following: 

Serving Local Customers
  • We commit to serve at least 75% local and independent clients or customers. 
  • Local Hiring - As a company that is committed to its local community, at Stone Creek Coffee, we are also committed to local hiring.
  • Local Suppliers - We are committed to using local suppliers when possible.

Jessica Sheridan, Director of Coffee 

At Stone Creek Coffee, social responsibility is a foundational aspect of our identity. As such, we expect our partners and suppliers to conduct themselves and their business in an ethical, legal, and socially responsible manner including, but not limited to, their commitment to the environment, their employees, and the community. 

Legal Requirements

We expect that all suppliers know and follow the laws that apply to them and their business, as well as to treat the law as the minimum standard. 

Ethical Requirements - Integrity

At Stone Creek Coffee, we believe in conducting business with integrity and as a force for good. We expect our suppliers to operate fairly and ethically. Bribes, kickbacks, inappropriate gifts or hospitality, or other improper incentives in connection with Stone Creek Coffee are not tolerated. Suppliers are expected to avoid any conflict of interest relating to financial interests or other arrangements with our employees that may be considered inappropriate, and are to work with their own suppliers to promote business conduct consistent with the principles in this Code.

Labor Requirements 

Child Labor and Slavery - We do not tolerate child labor or slavery in our supply chain. Consistent with the United Nations Global compact principles, suppliers should avoid any sort of child labor in the business operations. 

Identification of Concerns - Suppliers are required to provide means for their employees to report concerns or potentially unlawful activities in the workplace. Any report should be treated in a confidential manner. Suppliers will investigate such reports and take corrective action if needed.

Wages and Working Conditions

Working Hours, Wages and Benefits - Working hours for suppliers’ employees will not exceed the maximum set by the applicable national law. Compensation paid to employees will comply with applicable national wage laws and ensure an adequate standard of living. Suppliers are expected to provide their employees with fair and competitive compensation and benefits. Compensation and benefits should aim at providing an adequate standard of living for employees and their families. Suppliers’ employees will be paid in a timely manner. It is recommended that suppliers offer their employees ample training and educational opportunities.

Diversity and Inclusion - Fair and equal treatment of all employees is expected to be a fundamental principle of all of our supplier’s corporate policies. Typical discriminatory treatment takes into consideration – consciously or unconsciously – irrelevant characteristics of an employee such as race, national origin, gender, age, physical characteristics, social origin, disability, religion, family status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression or any unlawful criterion under applicable law. Suppliers will ensure that their employees are not harassed in any way. Stone Creek Coffee encourages its suppliers to provide an inclusive and supportive working environment while exercising diversity when it comes to their employees as well as in their decisions to select subcontractors.

Health, Safety, Quality, and Security

Health and Safety - In order to provide dignity and respect, we expect all of our suppliers to protect workers’ rights and provide safe and healthy working conditions. We encourage our supplier partners to foster an environment that is inclusive, and free of harassment and discrimination. 

Emergency Preparedness, Risk Information, and Training - Suppliers will make available safety information on identified workplace risks and suppliers’ employees will be correspondingly trained to ensure they are adequately protected. Suppliers will identify and assess likely and potential emergency situations in the workplace and minimize their impact by implementing emergency plans and response procedures.

Quality and Security - Suppliers are expected to have good security practices across their supply chains. Suppliers will maintain processes and standards that are designed to assure the integrity of each shipment to Stone Creek Coffee from its origin through to its destination and all points in between. Suppliers are expected to implement the necessary and appropriate measures in their area of responsibility to ensure that Stone Creek Coffee products, their workable components or raw materials as well as the corresponding know-how do not end up in the hands of counterfeiters or third parties and do not leave the legal supply chain.

Environmental Awareness 

Waste and Emissions - Suppliers will have systems in place to ensure the safe handling, movement, storage, recycling, reuse and management of waste, air emissions and wastewater discharges. Any of these activities that have the potential to adversely impact human or environmental health will be appropriately managed, measured, controlled and handled prior to release of any substance into the environment. Suppliers will have systems in place to prevent or mitigate accidental spills and releases into the environment.

Resource Conservation and Climate Protection - Suppliers are expected to use natural resources (e.g. water, sources of energy, raw materials) n an economical way. Negative impacts on the environment and climate will be minimized or eliminated at their source or by practices such as the modification of production, maintenance and facility processes, material substitution, conservation, recycling and material reutilization. Suppliers will engage in the development and use of climate-friendly products and processes to reduce power consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.

Preference to Purchase from Local Suppliers and Suppliers with Ownership from Underrepresented Populations - At Stone Creek Coffee, we are committed to our community and the environment. As such, we have a preference to purchase from local suppliers when possible, as well as to purchase from suppliers who support other local suppliers. We also give preferences to suppliers with ownership from underrepresented populations.

Supplier Audits and Record Keeping - In order to make responsible, well-informed business decisions and disclose truthful and timely information to our stakeholders, we expect our supplier partners to maintain accurate and honest records.  In line with this, we expect our supplier partners to do the following: maintain books and records that reflect all transactions in an accurate, honest, and timely way; employ appropriate quality audit and compliance processes for matters such as product and food safety, worker health and safety, and labor and employment; to enable traceability, disclose the location of facilities and known origins of materials upon request/audit.

When screening potential suppliers, we screen for the following:
  1. Compliance with all local laws and regulations, including those related to social and environmental performance
  2. Good governance, including policies related to ethics and corruption, as well as diversity and inclusion
  3. Positive practices beyond what is required by regulations (e.g. environmentally-friendly manufacturing process, excellent labor practices, performance to the Core Commitments, etc.)
  4. Third-party certifications related to positive social and/or environmental performance (B Corp certification, Bird Friendly, etc.)
  5. Local suppliers should be given preference (within 250 miles of Factory)
  6. Suppliers owned by underrepresented populations should be given preference

Jessica Sheridan, Director of Coffee 

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