Another benefit to giving the gift of coffee is that you can choose the flavours to suit an individual’s unique taste and personality. If your gift is for someone eco friendly, get them a tasty selection of Fairtrade coffee products. Coffee beans originate from the seeds of the coffee plant so going organic and buying Fairtrade means you will be supporting the cultivation of crops in poor communities by allowing producers to charge a higher trade price for their sustainable produce. In fact, many top coffee brands have now supply Fairtrade products such as Douwe Egberts coffee, Starbucks, Cafedirect, Percol and Rombouts.
If however, your gift is for someone with more of a sweet tooth than a sentimental side, why not go for something a bit more indulgent like chocolate covered coffee beans. Or better yet, put together a selection of various treats like a Galaxy chocolate complimented by an aromatic selection of different coffee supplies. You can buy coffee beans in a variety of tasty flavours and pair it with some dark coffee blends, or even some Cadburys hot chocolate.
If the gift is for somebody who is more of a home maker and loves to entertain, splash out on a coffee machine that they will be able to enjoy for years to come (and so will you when you go and visit). If they like their espressos in particularly, espresso machines are another good option.
Whatever coffee varieties you decide to add to your gift, you will find them all at Coffeebuyer. As one of the top online suppliers of coffee, Coffeebuyer.co.uk has a wide range of coffee and accessories available for you to buy, as well as a wide range of top brands to choose from such as Kenco and Nescafe. Their discount coffee products also extend to coffee machines as well as other tasty accompaniments such as chocolates, biscuits and cakes.