Source Climate Change coffee a conservation led coffee company buying organic single origin coffees from around the world. Based in Harrogate, the company was set up by Cristina Talens, after she visited the Amazon forest in Peru, where she saw first-hand the impact of rainforest destruction on local communities, their crops, climate change and biodiversity. Today, the company's mission is to bring you the finest tasting organic and speciality coffees from around the world, produced by growers committed to reforestation and conservation. Each Source Climate Change Coffee has its own unique character and flavour, determined by the characteristics of the soil and altitude of the cloud forest where it is grown.
Deforestation accounts for 15% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Source is the only conservation-led coffee company buying coffees from reforestation projects in ecological hotspots - the single most effective way to combat climate change is to plant more trees and protect standing forests. The company supports the Lorna Young Foundation to develop radio training programmes for smallholder farmers on their crops, yields and sustainable land management techniques to improve their adaptation strategies to climate change. Voted as one of the most ethical coffees in the UK, by Ethical Consumer Magazine in 2018.
• For the Cafetiere method: • 1. Measure out one heaped scoop/dessert spoon per cup (approx 10g) • 2. Pour over water just off the boil onto the grounds • 3. Leave to stand for 3-4 minutes to let the coffee infuse • 4. Plunge and pour
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