Blog — Fairtrade

Jason Nichols
THE MISSING LINK: ECO-FRIENDLY PRACTICES AND OUR FOIL SACHET

THE MISSING LINK: ECO-FRIENDLY PRACTICES AND OUR FOIL SACHET

How to send our foil sachets back to us and all the ways we’re trying to offset our environmental impact.

Read more →


Jason Nichols
BARISTA REVIEW - DARK ROAST

BARISTA REVIEW - DARK ROAST

Our expert Barista friend, Daniel Clarke, has reviewed another one of our coffee bags and included our favourite food pairing notes. Put the kettle on, make yourself a coffee (with one of our coffee bags of course!) and enjoy the read…   INTRODUCTION TO THE SUMATRA COFFEE BAG Welcome back bean lovers. Take a load off as I bring you another gourmet coffee bag review. This time we shall explore the Dark Roast Sumatra from New Kings Coffee. In this review I shall talk about Sumatra and the coffee bag, the tasting, the environmental considerations, and the final verdict. To start things off,...

Read more →


Jason Nichols
BARISTA REVIEW - LIGHT ROAST

BARISTA REVIEW - LIGHT ROAST

Another review from Coffee Barista, Barista Trainer and all round Coffee Expert Daniel Clarke. This time a review of our Light Roast Coffee Bag from Ethiopia. Ethiopia is often considered the birthplace of coffee and Daniel covers this in his review. He also includes some food pairing suggestions, which we’re really enjoying. Here you go, enjoy the read… INTRODUCTION TO THE ETHIOPIA COFFEE BAG Welcome back bean lovers. Join me as I brew and review another coffee bag from Bristol based company New Kings Coffee. This time, I shall be reviewing the Light Roast Ethiopia and talk about what the coffee bag is, brewing a...

Read more →


Jason Nichols
BARISTA REVIEW - MEDIUM ROAST

BARISTA REVIEW - MEDIUM ROAST

We had a lovely review from UK coffee blogger Clarkey Cafe. Daniel has been a Barista for around 4 years and a Barista Trainer and Coffee Expert for around 2 years - so he knows his stuff. Have a read below of his review of our Guatemalan coffee bag. We love the food pairing suggestions… Introduction to the Guatemala Coffee Bag First things first, lets talk about the coffee bag. Much like it’s leafy cousin, these little bags can be popped into your cup and brewed with hot water. It is a portable, easier to brew, and generally convenient coffee...

Read more →