Warm hearted African Malawi good coffee, not only the coffee quality won the cup test approval, the design is cute
Let the hard-working small farmers not be exploited, and the profits will help the local poor children to go to school.
It is the most ingenious and meaningful thing of the year!
Origin: Malawi, Africa
Baking: medium micro deep baking
Flavor: good aroma and flavor, cedar woody aroma, caramel, chocolate, sweet tail, thick and long-lasting taste.
Certification: FAIRTRADE Fair Trade Certification
Weight: 10g*10 pack
[Good coffee, from high quality coffee beans MALAWI COFFEE]
Malawi Coffee was awarded the “Boutique Grade” by the American CQI Coffee Quality Association.
Among them, coffee consistency, cleanliness and sweetness grades all received a score of 10 points!
Produced from the 2000-meter high plateau in the north of Malawi, it can only be harvested once a year.
The coffee trees in the high-altitude production areas are irrigated with sufficient sunshine and moderate rainfall. The low temperature climate makes the coffee beans grow very slowly. Therefore, each coffee bean is round and full, and the flavor is bright and bright.
AA grade coffee beans, using moderately deep baking, also known as "concentration baking"
The entrance tastes cedar woody notes, caramel, pine, chocolate flavor
The acid and bitter balance is slightly sweet, and is widely loved by the general public.
[Bijas Foundation | Malawi Fair Trade Coffee]
Coffee is one of the economic crops in Malawi, Africa. During the service of Malawi, the Bi Jiashi Foundation found that many small farmers are limited by capital technology or production, and can only be controlled by middlemen. When the price fluctuations in the international market fall, More blood will not return...
Therefore, we have launched an action to become a member of the "Fair Trade Organization" and strive to create a good opportunity for producers and consumers:
★ Provide small farmers with a reasonable “guaranteed purchase price” to avoid exploitation and improve their livelihood.
★ "Community Development Fund": Let small farmers decide on their own to "improve community infrastructure" or "improve production equipment"
★ Commodity sales profit: 100% return to Malawi, Africa, providing community development programs for local poor children to go to school
[Consumption, you can bring changes to the world]
Invite you to have a coffee together, and do good things at the same time, bringing good hope to distant children!
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