Eat Your Hat Zesty Monkey Ground Coffee (200g) SINGLE

£5.90 £5.90
SKU
59470

A light roast ground fair trade coffee blend using beans from Honduras, Ethiopia, Uganda, and Peru that’s organic, fairer than fair, eco-friendly, completely sustainable, and utterly delicious – all at once. You’ll never find any nasty GMOs here. This is coffee that changes lives, saves the earth, and uplifts everyone it meets along the way. ‘Impossible!’ you cry? Prepare to Eat Your Hat.

The ground coffee beans in this organic Arabica blend are grown and harvested by ethical agriculturists at United Organic Coffee Growers Ltd in Uganda, the Oromia Coffee Farmers Co-operative in Ethiopia, the Asociación de Productoras Libres de Marcala co-operative in Honduras, and at the Central Fronteriza del Norte de Cafetaleros and Sol y Café co-operatives in Peru. Eat Your Hat then roast and grind the beans here in the UK, packing them in packaging printed at a zero-emissions factory powered by hydroelectricity.

Sit back and take a sip to experience subtle hints of decadent caramel, zesty citrus, and juicy apricot.

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Eat Your Hat

Eat Your Hat cooks up incomparably delicious things from ethical ingredients that make people and the earth happier. Every bite is fairer than fair, sustainably grown, organic, and transforms lives around the planet. It’s real food wizardry.

Impossible you cry? Eat Your Hat!

Organic Ground Coffee

weight: 200g

Ingredients: Coffee: 100%

Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Once opened, squeeze the air out of the bag, wrap it tight around the remaining coffee and pop the pack into an airtight container. Store somewhere cool and dry – brew within 2 weeks of opening. Place in an airtight container, and use within two weeks.

Brewing – our coffees work wonderfully in most trendy coffee-making contraptions. As a general measure, we use about 15g (1 tablespoon) of coffee per 250ml cup. But you may like it stronger, shorter, milkier, icier who knows?

Roasted and packed in the UK

Best Before: 28 Mar 2019

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