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By Posted in - Uncategorized on September 8th, 2013 3 Comments About 5 years ago, at my little sister’s graduation in Brighton, I saw David King, then UK Chief Scientific Advisor, give a speech on climate change. He said, we would need a new 21st Century renaissance period if we were going to effectively address the challenges of population growth, deforestation and food security. That speech inspired this coffee. Source Climate Change Coffee is the result of a collaboration between some very innovative farmers, creative thinkers, coffee tasters and climate scientists. Who all share a passion for good quality coffee, but are also committed to doing business in ways that are good to the planet and to each other. From how we mitigate our environmental footprint to being involved in supporting local communities conservation and reforestation efforts at source. We believe that preventing deforestation, ensuring conservation and restoration of landscapes is absolutely essential in tackling climate change. With this coffee I am delighted to invite you on our journey. Please sip and enjoy! Cristina

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  • Paul White - Reply

    October 12, 2013 at 9:16 am

    Hello Christina,

    I bought my first bag of your coffee in a small organic shop in Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire. For months I have purchased an organic coffee from the same shop but I saw yours and was persuaded to try it just because the shop owner had said that it was “Worth a Try”.
    I had my first cup last night and just finished another for breakfast this morning……tasted great. As I like to buy beans and grind them myself do you see the possibility of supplying roasted beans as an option in future?

    Best regards / Paul

    • Cristina Talens - Reply

      January 24, 2014 at 1:23 pm

      Dear Paul,
      Thank you so much for the great feedback on the coffee… And apologies for the late reply! I’ve literally just seen your comment. First of all, thank you for giving the coffee a try. We worked very hard for two years on getting a good quality coffee from this reforestation project… And it’s obviously paid off.
      If you have a grinder then I suspect you’re a connoisseur.
      Secondly, we should have the coffee ready in beans in the coming two weeks. Let me know if you would still like some and I’ll send you a small sample in the post… On the house, as an apology for the late reply! Then we’ll get it on to the shop.
      All the best, Cristina

  • gaBzDUMONTfeyzeau - Reply

    October 13, 2013 at 9:33 pm


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