Fair Trade Coffee in a previous post. It is pretty easy to find in stores and online in any form. I decided to take it a step further and give a non-profit coffee company called Three Avacados a shot. I am a keurig user and awful at brewing my own coffee so I was a little hesitant because they do not sell k-cups. That problem was easily solved though with a reusable k-cup that allows you to brew coffee in a keurig (that's next week's review though).
So what's so great about Three Avacados that I broke away from the easy peasy k-cups? Well, 100% of their net proceeds go to providing clean water in Uganda, Africa. Clean water is something I take for granted but it has the power to save lives. It is so simple but so impactful. How awesome that a delicious cup of coffee can change a life. And yes, it is delicious, like I would order it even if it didn't provide clean water to people in Uganda-good, as in this one cup per day person wants another cup cause I just hit the bottom of the mug. The best way to describe the taste is rich and smooth.
I ordered a bag of the ground coffee and a Three Avacados travel tumbler. Shipping with this was free but if you order the coffee alone, shipping is $2.95. The coffee comes in a 12 oz. bag. It arrived in just a few days, regular mail from Missouri and they included a couple stickers. Not only is their coffee DELISH, the travel mug worked great on a recent trip. I filled it up each day with hotel coffee, rinsed it out and reused the next day and saved a few cups from the landfill. Their website contains lots of great information about their coffee, their projects and their mission including the story behind their name.
Thanks Three Avacados for a great cuppa joe and helping me be a Conscientious Consumer.