A Turtles Rescue and doing our bit.
A good cause for coffee.
We love to work with local charities and the Scarborough Sea Life Centre were kind enough to work alongside us when creating "A Turtles Rescue".
This coffee not only tastes amazing, but it also helps the world's oceans as we donate 10% of all profits made from it to the #teamturtle campaign that’s run by the Sea Life Trust, a charity which works globally, running projects that champion the need for sustainable fishing, effective Marine Protected Areas and an end to over-exploitation of marine life.
Being on the Yorkshire coast, this charity means a lot to us guys as we've seen first hand the challenges that we are currently facing with marine life conservation.
We're sure you will join us in helping the world's oceans and whilst doing so drinking fantastic Yorkshire coffee.
A bit more about the coffee...
t's a single-origin coffee from the South-Eastern regions of Brazil and is an Arabica variety of Mundo Novo, Icatu, Acaia, Catuai & Tupi - medium roast Brazil (natural) 17/18, NY2/3, SSFC offering tastes of light cocoa, nuts and orange zest with a medium body and clean finish.
This particular type is a standard specialty quality and carries three quality classifications -
- NY (New York) 2/3; specifies the quality is standard to the Green Coffee Association of New York. 2/3 refers to the number of defects permitted in the lot; a maximum of nine secondary defects, and no primary defects.
- SSFC (Strictly Soft Fine Cup); Strictly Soft beans are grown at relatively low altitudes (under 1200 meters). Beans grown at lower altitudes mature quickly and produce a lighter, less dense bean. This term also means the beans are free of hard rioy taints. Fine Cup means it is a specialty grade coffee.
- 17/18 refers to the screen size. These beans are one screen size larger than 14/16, denoting a larger bean. Larger bean size is generally linked to higher quality.
Tasting Notes - Light Cocoa - Nuts - Orange Zest
Roast Degree - Medium
Origin - Brazil
Region - South-Eastern regions of Brazil
Processing Method - Natural
Altitude - 800 - 1350 m.a.s.l
Grade - 17-18 Screen Size, 2/3 NY, SSFC