Let’s be honest—most of us aren’t actually thinking at all when we take our first sip of joe in the morning, but at Think Coffee, there’s deep intention brewed into every drop. Since 2006, the owners and baristas have been visiting bean farms, donating 10 percent of profits to the local needy, composting, using only biodegradable coffee-ware, and investing in a Farmer Dividend Program to provide services like healthcare to their growers. All that for just $14 a pound. The beans featured on brew hail from the likes of Guatemala, Costa Rica, and Brazil, and each producer has been vetted by the staff to ensure environmentally responsible farming and labor practices. Think Coffee cuts out the middlemen (roasters and third-party buyers) and goes directly to the source, ensuring the most environmentally and socially responsible purchases. The staff at TC isn’t just interested in supporting international artisan growers either—their food menu is peppered with breads and pickles made by small New York vendors. It’s a cup from far away and a sandwich from down the block, tied together by do-good intentions, that helps us wake up.