A light roast ground fair trade coffee blend using organic coffee 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.
Eat Your Hat coffee beans are sourced from smallholder farmers and like-minded traders across the world, all of whom embrace fair, ethical, sustainable agriculture as part of their DNA. No funny business.
The beans are all organic – they help keep our planet happy, support our ecosystem and ensure that everything lives in harmony. They're peacekeepers. No pesticides, fertilisers or toxins allowed. These are beans which, once roasted, will make the purest cup of coffee.