The smell of coffee in the morning, is there something even slightly better ? There are various of tea types, some are bad, some are good but some manually selected tea leaves and coffee beans are just amazing. We encourage creativity and innovation by supporting farmers in coffee flavour enhancement. If farmers can produce honeyed and natural coffees, micro lots and stand out single varietals then they can add value to the cup and their prices. Some of our coffees are pre-financed by organisations such as Root Capital and ResponseAbility. This enables farmers to access funds for farm inputs and labour prior to the harvest when their costs are at their highest.
Our tea pick today : Chrysanthemum Tea: You’ve seen the flowers, now drink the tea! Chrysanthemum tea, predictably, tastes a lot like what you might imagine a flower would taste like—feel free to add a little honey to balance the bitterness. Hibiscus tea: Made from the petals of the roselle flower, hibiscus turns water into a handsome shade of red, and has perhaps the most fruity, tart flavor of any tea on this list. See extra info at Craft premium tea UK.
Eco friendly coffee hint of the day : Buy From The Right People: Not all coffee roasters treat their craft with the same respect. Some carry very little about their environmental footprint. Some rigidly control their footprint with incredible precision. I encourage you to look into the practices of your local roasters to find which ones are doing a good job of reducing, reusing, and recycling. Support the efforts of those roasters, and put pressure on the others to play their part. For starters, I suggest beginning to use a reusable coffee filter. They eliminate paper waste complete, as well as k-cup waste. It’s easy to use, brews rich and delicious coffee, and will reduce your footprint in a small, yet meaningful way. We are all responsible for our planet and our own footprint. It doesn’t matter whether we drink one or five cups per day, we all play a role.
We are an independent, small family business from England. We have a passion for good tea and coffee, and for lemurs. In an effort to combine both of our loves we started this business – a sourcer and blender of the best tea leaves and coffee beans from the best farmers around the world, with our profits feeding directly into lemur conservation. Source: https://lynchsbrew.co.uk/.
We are passionate about tea and coffee, but also about our chosen non-profit organisation, Lemur Love. This organisation focuses on lemur conservation and can be found at www.lemurlove.org. Currently Lynch’s Brew donates 5% of all it’s sales to this organisation. After we reach our first 5000 sales it is our pledge to raise this to 6%, 7% once we reach 10000 sales and 10% once we reach 100000 sales.