Finding ways to live more environmentally friendly is a mission for absolutely everyone nowadays. We are all concerned about buying produce which doesn’t just taste amazing, but leaves as little impact on our planet as possible. As you may know, coffee is not grown in the UK but requires a hot climate to grow properly. This means that all the coffee you drink has probably been transported from Central America, South America or Africa. This requires a lot of air miles. Plus, farming standards are slipping all around the world, so sourcing your coffee from reputable, environmentally friendly farms has never been more vital. Buying local means you can ask questions about the farming practices of the coffee farms, where exactly the beans come from, and their environmental impact on our planet.