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Finnish Comedian Sami Hedberg Joined Warrior Coffee

Published 20.12.2017 | Topic: News, Warriors


Finnish multitalent, comedian Sami Hedberg has joined forces with Warrior Coffee. Sami supports Warrior Coffee with his multiple connections, PR and as well as an investor.


Sami Hedberg got introduced to butter coffee's benefits in 2015 when he was able to loose weight with nutritious food, sports and butter coffee.

"I know from my own experience how much joy as simple thing as butter coffee can bring to one's life. I was able to loose a significant amount of weight in 2015 and butter coffee was one of the essential elements during the project. When I got to know Warrior Coffee's team and products, I knew immediately that I want to be part of this story and support them go forward!" says Sami Hedberg.




Sami Hedberg is a very welcome addition to Warrior Coffee's team:

"Sami's energy, attitude and genuine passion to do things is a great match for our company. Our sense of humour and thoughts about developing the coffee culture are very similar. I couldn't be happier about this! Sami also knew Elastinen before hand from our team so let's see what is to come - for sure it's something groovy to renew coffee culture." says Warrior Coffee's CEO and Founder Riku Uski.

Visiting Indonesian Organic Coffee farms

We had the delight to visit Indonesian organic coffee farms with Sami Hedberg and our Warrior Coffee crew in spring 2018.  Sami has a big interest towards coffee and its origins as-well-as coffee harvesting. 


We visited the organic coffee farm located at the slopes of Mt. Agung in Bali hosted by Embassy of Indonesia. 

What we learned from the trip is that the farmers are working hard for supplying organic coffee in the future also. Some of the farmers need to harvest other products besides coffee for covering their income. In hot climate, banana trees are covering the coffee trees to slow down the ripening of coffee arabica's berries. 

There is a lot to work on organic coffee farming and its sustainability. Warrior Coffee will be working with this subject. 

The story continues later on...

Thank you Sami for a funeducational trip in Indonesia! 


Media inquiries:


Riku Uski, CEO
Warrior Coffee Oy Ltd
+358 44 555 5575

Published 20.12.2017
Topic: News, Warriors