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A new brand of Fairtrade coffee for Wales

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A speciality coffee, that’s extra special.

Jenipher’s Coffi is named after Jenipher Wettaka, vice-chair of the cooperative of farmers who work together on the slopes of Mt Elgon in eastern Uganda to produce this beautiful coffee. Grown from fertile volcanic soil, our high-quality, Arabica coffee, is produced organically and to Fairtrade standards.

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From Uganda to Wales

There’s a reason why Jenipher’s on the label. While we’re passionate about producing delicious coffee, we’re also focused on building relationships and creating communities.

Jenipher’s Coffi has emerged from a deep friendship between the people of Wales and the Mt Elgon region of Uganda. For decades, we’ve been exchanging ideas, sharing learning and working hand-in-hand to tackle some of the biggest problems facing both the region and the world.

 Fairness and respect are values that we will never be willing to compromise, so our bags of coffee will always carry the Fairtrade Mark. The coffee is grown organically and our packaging is sustainably procured because these values extend to people and the planet too.

Forever Fairtrade

Jenipher’s Coffi will always carry the Fairtrade Mark because fairness is at the heart of all that we do.

Deliciously smooth

Sweet, with hints of berries and caramel, Jenipher’s Coffi makes for a smooth and delicious cuppa.

Buy coffee, plant trees

The farmers who produce Jenipher’s Coffi aim to plant 25 million trees by 2025.

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Shipped sustainably and fairly

Your order will be delivered by the UK’s most carbon-friendly delivery company, at a fair price and in secure packaging.

Traceable to the farm

We buy our beans directly from the farmers on Fairtrade terms, and they’re brought to us by The Ethical Trading Company.

Planet-friendly packaging

We consider all our packaging carefully, balancing the need to minimise waste and maintain the freshness of the coffee.