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Celebrating The Great Outdoors Month with Environmentally Friendly Coffee

Celebrating The Great Outdoors Month with Environmentally Friendly Coffee

Did you know that June is The Great Outdoors Month? This is a time when we all celebrate nature and everything that makes our world beautiful. For coffee lovers, this month offers a unique opportunity to appreciate the environment in a whole new way. By drinking environmentally friendly coffee, we can help preserve the planet for future generations. In this blog post, we will explore the importance of eco-friendly coffee and discuss some of the best ways to enjoy it!

As coffee lovers, we all know that coffee is more than just a drink. It’s a way of life. We wake up each morning and enjoy the rich aroma of our favorite brew. We savor the taste of every sip, and relish the energy it provides. Coffee is an essential part of our day, and there ’s nothing more disappointing than running out of it!

 But did you know that your coffee habit could be harming the environment? It’s true. Traditional coffee farming methods are often very destructive to the environment. Large tracts of forest are cleared to make way for coffee plantations, and this can have a devastating impact on local ecosystems.

The use of pesticides and herbicides can also pollute waterways and soil.

Fortunately, there is a growing movement of coffee farmers who are producing their beans in a more sustainable way. These growers use traditional farming methods that are much gentler on the environment. They avoid clearing large areas of forest, and they work to restore ecosystems that have been damaged by coffee farming.

 When you drink eco-friendly coffee - like the coffee The Great Coffee Project (TGCP) sells - you’re not just enjoying a delicious cup of joe; you’re also supporting sustainable agriculture and helping to preserve the environment. So this month, celebrate the great outdoors by enjoying a cup of eco-friendly TGCP coffee. Your taste buds will thank you, and so will the planet!

 Thanks

Uganda Single Origin
Uganda Single Origin
Uganda Single Origin
Uganda Single Origin
Uganda Single Origin
Uganda Single Origin

Uganda Single Origin

$21.99

You can go on a safari and see all the animals you want, but only we’ve got the thrill of Sipi Falls to enjoy. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sipi_Falls

Dive right in with this medium roast, organic coffee from Uganda's Kapchorwa district - high up on the slopes of Mt. Elgon, where coffee grows at altitudes ranging from 4,300 feet to 6,200 feet. Arabica is the main cash crop here and it's normally inter-cropped or grown alongside other crops such as banana and beans. The fruity notes accompany a rich caramel finish that'll have you counting down your return visit to Africa!