The scent of hot tea on a cold day, is there anything even remotely better ? There are lots of coffee types, some are bad, some are good but some manually selected tea leaves and coffee beans are just fabulous. Certification systems like Fairtrade, Organic, Rainforest Alliance and so on have played a vital role in growing a market of more conscious consumers and the larger corporate organisations have often committed to working solely with at least one of them to fulfil their corporate social responsibility programmes. However, in the last decade or so, we have seen an increasing number of consumers asking more questions of their suppliers. Globalisation is bringing people closer together and the world, it seems, wants greater transparency, traceability and provenance in their purchases.
Our coffee pick today: Ethiopia – Arabica: The coffee culture in Ethiopia dates back to the 800s A.D. Even historical findings show that the homeland of coffee is Ethiopia. According to a rumor, goats eating coffee beans in ancient times used to be observed by the dervishes. And the dervishes boiled the juice of the fruit the goats ate and drank it. Ethiopia, which produces 384,000,000 kg of coffee per year, has prized coffee trees that yield delicious coffee. Read extra info on Coffee handblended UK.
Eco friendly coffee advice of the day : Single serve cups and pods are possibly the most detrimental form of coffee on the environment. The convenience of K-Cups and Nespresso pods has dirty consequences. In 2015, Green Mountain Coffee Co (Keurig) produced 10 billion (10,000,000,000) K-Cups. If you set them next to each other in a straight line, they would wrap around the globe. 10.5 times. In a single year, we wrapped the entire world with K-Cup waste 10.5 times. That doesn’t even include Nespresso and other pod manufacturers. Single serve pods are an environmental nightmare. Not only that, but they are relatively expensive, brew sub-par coffee, and pull you away from experiencing coffee to its fullest. Please, avoid disposable coffee pods at all cost.
We carefully vet and select our coffee and tea based on quality, taste, aroma and whether or not it was ethically sourced. We always use ethically sourced products which help farmers around the world. All our products are tested, blended and packaged personally in our home kitchen. But that’s enough about us, we look forwards to doing business with you, we hope you will begin to look to us for all your tea and coffee needs. Source: https://lynchsbrew.co.uk/.
You may have noticed that our mascot is a lemur, this is simply due to a love the Lynch family has always shared for the animal! A percentage of every single sale we make gets donated to Lemur Love, a NPO which focuses on lemur conservation. Help us conserve today and enjoy our delicious tea and coffee at the same time!