Unique loose-leaf tea online shopping and help lemurs

Posted by Marie Poppins on October 30, 2019 in Shopping

The smell of coffee in the morning, is there something even remotely better ? There are lots of tea types, some are bad, some are good but some manually selected tea leaves and coffee beans are just amazing. Ethics and transparency in the coffee supply chain has received huge attention over the past decade, and with good reason! Traditionally, Arabica coffee is traded on the stock market based in New York which dictates the global price for coffee based on supply and demand. In the late 90s, Vietnam’s coffee production boomed and the market was unexpectedly flooded with an excess supply of coffee. This triggered an 8 year crash with the market operating at levels never seen before.

Our coffee pick today: Indonesia – Robusta & Arabica: Indonesia, which we frequently hear associated with interesting coffee types, produces 660,000,000 kg of coffee per year. Although quality and taste pale in comparison to Brazil and Colombia, it has an important place in global coffee production. See more info at Craft premium coffee blends UK.

Eco friendly coffee advice of the day : Brew Manually: Manual coffee brewers stand in defiance against another one of the great challenges to eco-friendly coffee: auto drip coffee makers. If you take a stroll to your neighborhood supermarket and look at the coffeemakers, you’ll realize a couple things. Firstly, they are cheaply priced. Secondly, they are cheaply made. These coffee pots are plastic-guzzlers that are built to break, requiring the manufacturing of more and more of them. It’s an endless cycle of wasteful manufacturing. Manual coffee brewers, on the other hand, are simply constructed and built to last. They are made of few parts (often just one), rarely require replacing, and can serve you for decades. Manual coffee brewing is amazing in a variety of ways, but their eco-friendly properties are one of the chief advantages (especially if they use a metal filter).

The Lynch family have always had a love for lemurs. They are quite simply the mascot of our family and now therefore, of our business. They are adorable, curious creatures from Madagscar and need a lot of conservation to help secure their future. Our business donates a percentage of it’s sales to lemur based non-profit organisation(s). Source: https://lynchsbrew.co.uk/.

You may have noticed that our mascot is a lemur, this is simply due to a love the Lynch family has always shared for the animal! A percentage of every single sale we make gets donated to Lemur Love, a NPO which focuses on lemur conservation. Help us conserve today and enjoy our delicious tea and coffee at the same time!