Both companies were featured in USA Today’s article on women brands to support for International Women’s Day.
Caribbrew is a new brand that is bringing the centuries-old coffee and cocoa flavors and aromas of the Caribbean to the states. The socially-conscious company pays tribute to its culture by offering an exclusive line of products with the bountiful flavors and rich aromas of Haiti, a purveyor of some of the finest blends in the world.
Launched in 2018, Caribbrew is the brainchild of Beverly Malbranche. Growing up in Haiti, she felt compelled to give back to the Haitian economy after moving to the U.S. as an international student. Knowing that Haitian coffee used to be well renowned in the 1960s and inspired by her uncle who is a coffee connoisseur, she decided to embark on a journey to revive Haiti’s coffee industry. Currently, Caribbrew partners with more than 100 coffee and cocoa farmers in Haiti to create economic opportunities. The company hires young people in the capital of Haiti to package and export the coffee to the U.S. shipping facility in New Jersey. The brand is proud to be a social impact company that is women-founded and black-owned.
The Sip Society
The Sip Society proudly provides a product that celebrates the astonishing women of sparkling wine then and now. Founded by two best friends, Erica Davis and Catherine Carter, this black-owned brand offers an array of sparkling wine and champagne from around the world. It’s convenient, affordable, and fun to discover your favorite bubbly with your own bestie, all packaged in a gift-ready box. Send one to the friend that’s always been there for you and be sure to “add to cart” for yourself too.
The brand delivers high-end sparkling wine by the glass straight to your doorstep. No need to buy a full bottle without tasting it first.
Check out Caribbrew and The Sip Society for two terrific woman-owned brands that deserve our attention!
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