Purity Coffee Blend
available in 250g, 500g, 1kg bags and Nespresso compatible capsules
Our Purity Coffee Blend is a smooth, well balanced cup with rich aromas, displaying a full flavoured and punchy body, moderate acidity with notes of morello cherry, baking chocolate and caramel accompanied with toffee notes in a long finish.
This blend has been roasted to a medium roast profile and as a world exclusive, these Arabica Varietal coffee beans have been on a carbon neutral journey and gently ECO-roasted before reaching you for a smooth and authentic coffee experience.
The Provenance of our Purity Coffee Blend: The coffee in this triple bean blend is from a range of different producers based in the Huehuetenango Region of Guatemala, Naranjo Region in Costa Rica and the Minas Gerais Region in Brazil.
Direct traded coffee from our friends at the Alto Allegre Farm of Brazil who's pulped natural coffee offers our blend notes of Apricot, Melon and Dark Chocolate.
Fairtrade Organic Coffee from the 'Red De Mujeres'women coffee growers co-operative of Guatemala, set up to assist women widowed during the 36 year civil war, or who's husbands had fled the country during the coffee crisis between 2001-2004. This coffee brings with it notes of ripe fruit and biscuit.
Rainforest Alliance Certified and Carbon Neutrally farmed coffee from our friends at the Santa Anita Estate of Costa Rica, where a fine balance is struck between farming high quality coffees while preserving, the fastest re-establishing Rainforest in the world, on its doorstep. This coffee brings with it rich notes of Vanilla, tropical fruit and sweet toffee.
With every purchase we donate £1 from the profits to plant trees with the Green Earth Appeal, which is a not-for-profit organisation changing the lives of some of the planet’s poorest communities through tree planting, in partnership with the United Nations Environment.
Why plant trees? Quite simply, planting trees help change lives and allow us to reduce our carbon footprint. They provide food, forage for animals, and wood for fuel and construction. They increase agricultural yields, improve water infiltration and aquifer recharge, and protect soils from wind and water erosion. However, planting trees can be difficult when the canopy has disappeared, topsoil has been eroded, and the climate and growing conditions have changed. As an agroforestry resource provider, our tree planting partners work with local farmers and community groups to help them better support themselves and to restore degraded lands to sustainable productivity by planting trees that not only thrive in poor soil conditions, but that also benefit the local area in a multitude of ways.