Marley Coffee

The Gourmet Coffee Company – Marley Coffee, which was founded by Bob Marley’s son, Rohan has recently launched three premium organic blends of coffee in the UK.

Rohan adopts the ITAL standard, ‘Rastafari’ for all things pure, True and Vital, meaning that all the coffee is ethically produced.

Marley Coffee’s unmistakable taste puts the free spirit back into the coffee drinking experience. It will definitely go down a treat with the UK’s general public.

Marley is releasing three blends of Coffee, ‘Marley Coffee One Love Organic Coffee Blend’ – Medium Roast, which is full of floral notes and revealing hints of blueberry, cocoa and spice. It is a well-rounded coffee and tantalizes the pallet.

‘Marley Coffee Buffalo Soldier Organic Coffee Blend’ – Dark Roast – This earth blend is sultry, smoky and deliciously smooth. The dark chocolate and berry undertones leave a rich, lingering finish.

‘Lively Up! Organic Coffee Blend’ – Espresso Roast – This is an exquisite espresso blend that is a full-bodied and well-balanced coffee offering hints of cocoa, candied fruit and sweet caramel.

The great thing about this coffee is that a portion of all profits will be given to support Licks for Cause, a foundation that aims to build a playable football field and football camps for children of the coffee producing communities around the word, this aims to enrich their lives through sport. The Marley Coffee UK is also a supporter of the One Love Foundation.

Marley Coffee is currently available via – priced at £6.99 (including UK delivery), as well as via UK delis and independents including Selfridges with prices starting at £5.99


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