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This is the coffee I had this morning and I love it!
Try Percol Guatemalan Fairtrade Coffee
This vibrant coffee is hand picked and perfectly balanced with round acidity; flavors of spicy fruit & dark chocolate
Strength medium 3
We Guatemalans are defined by their deep rooted and rich culture.
Our brightly colored textiles are as vibrant and rich as their coffee.
If venturing in Guatemala, watch out for the mischievous howler monkeys sitting in the bread-nut trees.
Adventures in coffee
"I've always believed that coffee was more than just another beverage you kept in the cupboard. Coffee should be an adventure; taking your senses to some of the world's most exciting places. Each variety is as unique as the environment where it's grown. Percol coffee will connect you with the people who grow our award winning coffees. Our aim is to ensure a sustainable future for coffee communities. Enjoy the adventure "
Brian Chapman, Founder
Our Fairtrade coffee...
Fairtrade means fairer trading conditions for Fairtrade producers in developing countries. Coffee: traded in compliance with Fairtrade Standards. Visit www.info.fairtrade.net
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Percol's charitable foundation 'Good for Life® Charity' raises money to support mothers and children through healthcare, education and microcredit projects in third world communities. We don't charge extra for our coffee so it won't cost you a bean. Visit www.percol.co.uk for more info.
The aroma and flavor of ground coffee is affected by exposure to air. Once opened, seal tightly and store in a fridge or freezer and use within two weeks.
"Food is a Latin passion, as important as Love, music and the sun" . Born in Guatemala. I live in Weston Super Mare now. Want to bring healthy recepies from my country: Guatemala. I hope you enjoy them!