Equal Exchange - Dark City Roast & Ground Coffee, 227gBrand - Equal Exchange
Organic, fairtrade & grown by women, Equal Exchange Dark City Roast & Ground Coffee is rich, full-bodied and velvety smooth, with a deep chocolatey flavour.
- Organic Fairtrade dark roast & ground coffee
- Full-bodied, rich & smooth
- Grown by women
- Premium blend of arabica coffee ethically sourced from Peru & Mexico
- Recyclable packaging
Like sinking into a hot bath, or listening to a silky smooth saxophone solo, this rich, velvety coffee will awaken your senses and uplift your soul.
Ready to brew, Equal Exchange Dark City Roast & Ground Coffee is full-bodied and sleek, with a bold, chocolatey depth.
Equal Exchange Dark City Roast & Ground Coffee is made with a premium blend of fairtrade arabica coffee, ethically sourced from Peru and Mexico. Equal Exchange is passionate about creating a fairer world for coffee growers, improving gender equality and empowering local communities.
Packaged in recyclable packaging and made from organically grown coffee beans, Equal Exchange Dark City Roast & Ground Coffee is the sustainable choice for your morning pick-me-up.
100% Arabica Coffee
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I do with the grounds from my Equal Exchange Dark City Roast & Ground Coffee?
This organic Dark City Roast & Ground Coffee produces some of the finest grounds around. Why waste them? Here are a few ideas of how you can upcycle your Equal Exchange coffee grounds.
- Use them to fertilise your garden. Coffee grounds are rich in key nutrients that your plants will love!
- Use them as a natural cleaning scrub to scour your pots and pans. Just be sure not to use them on any porous surfaces as they can leave brown stains.
- Use as a cheap, homemade and plastic microbead-free exfoliator for your skin. They will help to remove dirt and dead skin and leave your skin looking fresh and glowing.
- Use them as a substrate to grow your own mushrooms. Yep - that’s a thing!
If you don’t have the time for all these creative uses right now, you can also simply add your coffee grounds to your home compost, ready to enrich the soil later on!