KARMA COLA

It’s the real, ‘real thing’, a cola made with Fairtrade and organic ingredients including real cola nut from the rainforests of West Africa.

Where to buy

See also

Gingerella Lemmy
Karma Cola
Karma Cola's original recipe combines real cola nut from the Boma village in Sierra Leone with natural spices; cinnamon, nutmeg and coriander with lemon, lime and orange oils, vanilla bean grown by the Huiwani Fairtrade Cooperative in Papua New Guinea and organically grown and processed sugar cane from the Manduvira Fairtrade Organic Farmers in Paraguay.

We use organic malt extract for flavor and colour instead of nasty burnt sugar or caramel and we don’t use artificial colouring, preservatives or phosphoric acid.

WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND

Our cola is grown by farmers like Idrisa Bonah & Mustapha Sesay (pictured). Idrisa‘s house was destroyed in the 10-year war and he now lives with his family of 12 in his father’s home. We’re trying to help farmers like Idrisa improve their farms so they can rebuild their community.

With Karma Cola what goes around really does come around. Every time you drink it, part of the proceeds from each bottle sold will go back to the Boma Village in Sierra Leone. This will help to build a fresh water well, processing centre and store for crops, and help to buy tools to rehabilitate the cola plantations to help the Mende people to grow and sell more cola nut.



PROJECT KARMA

PROJECT KARMA

What goes around really does come around- what happened when the Boma village got their first taste of Karma Cola?

The Karma Cola Story

The Karma Cola Story

Despite growing the naming ingredient of one of the biggest soft drinks in the world, with little demand internationally cola nut farmers in Sierra Leone live an impoverished life. The All Good tea...

We're the world’s ‘fairest trader’

We're the world’s ‘fairest trader’

We've won a top international Fairtrade award. Yipee!

The Bridge That Karma Cola Built

The Bridge That Karma Cola Built

Just a year after we made the first bottle of Karma Cola sales of the drink have enabled the construction of a bridge in Boma, Sierra Leone where the name ingredient comes from. This little film wa...

Subscribe to newsletterClose

If you give us your name, email and suburb we can keep you updated on new stores, news and other fun banana stuff