Traidcraft Malawi Coffee & Hazelnut Milk Chocolate Gift Box Set
Traidcraft Malawi Coffee and Hazelnut Milk Chocolate Gift Set - 58598
We pride ourselves in being fair trade innovators, who continually supply you with new and exciting fair trade products to not just taste, but to experience. This is why we asked our very own, Q Arabica Graded coffee consultant to pair our coffees with our chocolate, to help us deliver the ultimate taste experience to our customers. In this gift set, our Malawi Mzimba Fresh Ground Coffee has been expertly paired with our Traidcraft Organic Milk Chocolate with Hazelnuts, to create a taste sensation to write home about!
This rich, lively, and surprisingly fruity medium roast ground coffee, is made with fair trade coffee beans grown without artificial pesticides or fertilisers, on the shores of Lake Malawi. Fully rounded and impeccably smooth, close your eyes and you might pick up little hints of hazelnut and stone fruits before you’ve even tasted the accompanying chocolate! If you’d like to find out more about the journey of this particular coffee, why not read up on your brew’s journey from source to sip over on our blog.
Going deliciously hand in hand with your Malawian coffee, we’ve paired our chunky and creamy Organic Milk Chocolate, which has crunchy whole hazelnuts studded throughout. This decadent treat is fair trade, totally organic, GM free, suitable for vegetarians, and as ethical as chocolate can be. You'll never find any emulsifiers, cheap oils, or artificial colours or preservatives in this chocolate. The cocoa-based ingredients are blended together for hours (a process called 'conching') to create the smoothest melt-in-your-mouth experience.
Traidcraft chocolate is even produced in balance with the environment. The paper packaging is recyclable and the shiny, plant-based wrap inside is compostable. But this chocolate isn't only good for the earth, it's good for people too. The Organic cocoa has been harvested by skilled local farmers from Fairtrade co-operatives in Peru, Bolivia, and the Dominican Republic, and the income they earn supports their families and local communities.