TELL ME A TIME - Mental Health Coffee

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This months coffee is the Colombia Dulima and our chosen charity for all profits to be donated to is Mind Charity.

MIND provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. We campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.

MENTAL HEALTH COFFEE.

Coffee - what a medicine! Although, too much can increase levels of anxiety I honestly feel that its a lot more than just a drink. Some of my most important conversations, life decisions and unsuccessful Tinder dates have been over a cup of coffee. A previous mentor first promoted me to get professional help for my headspace over a cup of Nescafe Gold. Hence why I’m excited to collaborate with Chipp Coffee Co to create a mindful product that has an impact.

THE COFFEE.

100% profit will be donated to a relevant mental health charity by purchasing a Chipp Coffee Co x Tell Me A Time Coffee. The coffee will change each month to keep things interesting but the charities which are donated too will also change on a monthly bases and we are open to suggestions! We hope that these coffees are the catalysts for meaningful conversations or meetings with a mate. Make sure to tag us on Instagram so we can see how you are drinking yours!

 

Roast Profile:- Medium/Light

The Colombia Dulima comes from a collection of 80 smallholder farmers in the multiple farms across North/Central Huila & Tolima.

After each harvest, the farmers come together at the Dulima washing station to compile their crops together before the coffees go for sorting and grading. Doing this collectively each farmer can make more money from their harvest along with helping the washing station reinvest money back into their local community. 

A beautiful example of classic washed Colombian coffee with smooth and clean mouthfeel going to flavour notes of milk chocolate, red currant acidity and a lasting hobnob biscuity finish.

The spread of coffee planting throughout Colombia in the early 19th century is attributed to a priest who made coffee planting a penance for his parishioners. It worked!

Colombia is among the largest producer of coffee in the world and was number two behind Brazil for decades. The Tolima growing regions are named after the Tolima district, which was home to the Pijaos people before the Spanish arrived. The Pijaos were known among the Spaniards as fierce defenders of their homeland, which they called Dulima.

 

Variety | Castillo, Caturra, Colombia  

Process | Washed

Altitude | 1600 - 1900 MASL

 

Never feel alone.  

  • Samaritans United Kingdom Call 116 123

  • USA Suicide Prevention Lifeline Call 1-800-273-8255

  • Australia Suicide Prevention Call 131114

Find out more about TELL ME A TIME on their website:

https://www.tellmeatime.com/