Sweet chocolatey flavoured coffee, complimented with notes of caramel & fruit
Chin-Wag is our hero of coffee beans, the first of our creations. Launched in 2018, Chin-Wag has been the inspiration behind the other labels. With Chin-Wag we envisage one thing, sharing. This is about bringing together friends and family and enjoying the good things in life, and what better way to do that than to be your own barista and have a good cup of sweet chocolatey flavoured coffee!
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Medium-Light Roast 100% Arabica Coffee Beans perfect for espresso, coffee machines or cafeteria.
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Country of Origin - El Salvador
State - Cerro Cachio, Apaneca Mountain Range
Cooperative - Monte Sion Farm
Harvest Months - December to February
Varietals of Arabica - Bourbon
Altitudes - Up to 1,400 meters above sea level
Picking - Selective Hand Picking
Processing - Fully washed and sun-dried on patios
Chin-Wag is a Rainforest Alliance Certified coffee which means we've made sure farms meet the criteria of Rainforest Alliance Sustainable Agriculture Standard. In order to become certified, farms must meet criteria of the Rainforest Alliance Sustainable Agriculture Standard. The Standard encompasses all three pillars of sustainabilityósocial, economic, and environmental. Rainforest Alliance Certifiedô farms are audited regularly to verify that farmers are complying with the Standardís comprehensive requirements, which require continual improvement on the journey to sustainable agriculture. The Standard is built on these important principles of sustainable farming:
- Biodiversity conservation
- Improved livelihoods and human well-being
- Natural resource conservation
- Effective planning and farm management systems
Fairtrade independently check that our standards have been met by the farmers, workers and companies that are part of productsí supply chains. And in order to reassure consumers that this has happened, they license the use of the FAIRTRADE Mark on products and packaging to signal this. When all the ingredients that can be Fairtrade in a product are, the product carries the mark.