Xalala is a Swiss Specialty coffee Roasting company.  We have our roasting lab in Saint-Pierre-de-Clages, in the beautiful Canton du Valais. We are stoked to roast our coffee in the middle of the Swiss Alps, surrounded by exquisite vineyards. 

Our specialty grade coffee beans are carefully selected and freshly roasted.  Our handcrafted roasting is done using a Genio Roaster 6, a very innovative, well-designed and reliable roaster created by a passionate engineer.  Our roaster allows us to create a clean and precise roasting environment, to perfectly roast our coffee beans for optimal taste. 

Our goal is to have a positive impact on people as well as the environment

We take care to select the best beans by ensuring that they come from sustainable agriculture and are environmentally and socially responsible.

We favor short circuits and seek to strengthen links and collaboration with the coffee growers at the heart of our product. Our coffee supply is seasonal and adapts to harvests, to always guarantee the best freshness to our beans.


 
The quality of our coffee beans is achieved through constant care of the coffee trees and fruits and their environment by coffee farmers. Those farmers are guaranteed much higher prices than the market ones.

Drinking specialty coffee not only brings real pleasure to the mouth, but also helps bring real prospects to coffee growers.
 

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Xalala works closely with coffee producers in the beautiful state of Oaxaca, Mexico. There, we seek to secure long-term prospects for the diverse communities growing coffee. In the future, we want to further develop this direct relationship with the coffee community of Oaxaca.

Indeed, coffee growers in Oaxaca are committed to growing the best grains in agroforestry, in a healthy and chemical-free environment, creating outstanding coffees while preserving resources for future generations. Their coffee trees are carefully planted in harmony with existing ecosystems, thus preserving biodiversity, mitigating soil erosion and sequestering carbon.